EASA Summer Events

EASA
Summer Events

EASA takes place each summer in a different country, with the event usually lasting two weeks. It is organised by students of architecture for students of architecture and the concept is operated on a cooperative basis. At each event the participants decide on the location of the following event. Typically 400 to 500 students take part in the event and engage in workshops, exhibitions, lectures and social events loosely based around a specific theme. These events are run by a combination of academics and students and encompass a wide variety of activities with a greater or lesser relationship to architecture. The event is funded through a combination of attendance fees (which vary for each country based upon ability to pay), grants and sponsorship, all arranged by the organising committee for each event.

  • 1981 Liverpool, England: Starting up the EASA Experience
  • 1982 Delft, Niederlande: Architecture of an Uncertain Future
  • 1983 Lissabon, Portugal: Social Spaces
  • 1984 Aarhus, Dänemark: Turning point in Architecture
  • 1985 Athen, Griechenland: Interpretation and Action in the City
  • 1986 Torino, Italien: Architecturi Latenti
  • 1987 Helsinki, Finnland: Architecture and Nature
  • 1988 Berlin, BRD: The Dimension Between
  • 1989 Marseille, Frankreich: Heritage et Creativé
  • 1990 Karlskrona, Schweden: Exploration
  • 1991 Verkotourie und Kolomna, UDSSR: Regeneration (Diese Veranstaltung fand an zwei Orten statt)
  • 1992 Ürgüp, Türkei: Vision 2000 Environment
  • 1993 Sandwick, Schottland: The Isle
  • 1994 Liège, Belgien: Consommer l’Inconsumable
  • 1995 Zamość, Polen: Beyond the Borders
  • 1996 Clermont-l’Hérault, Frankreich: Dream Builders!
  • 1997 The Train, Skandinavien: Advancing Architecture (Diese Veranstaltung fand an Bord eines Zuges statt, der durch Dänemark, Schweden und Norwegen fuhr)
  • 1998 Valletta, Malta: Living on the Edge
  • 1999 Kavala, Griechenland: Osmosis
  • 2000 Antwerpen und Rotterdam, Belgien/Niederlande: Dis-Similarities
  • 2001 Gökceada, Türkei: No Theme
  • 2002 Vis, Kroatien: Senses
  • 2003 Friland, Dänemark: Sustainable Living
  • 2004 Roubaix, Frankreich: Metropolitan – Micropolitain
  • 2005 Bergün, Schweiz: Trans, Transit, Transition
  • 2006 Budapest, Ungarn: Common Place
  • 2007 Elefsina, Griechenland: City Index
  • 2008 Dublin-Letterfrack, Irland: Adaptation
  • 2009 Brescia, Italien: supermARCHet
  • 2010 Manchester, England: Identity
  • 2011 Cádiz, Spanien: deCOASTruction
  • 2012 Helsinki, Finnland: Wastelands
  • 2013 Žužemberk, Slowenien: Reaction
  • 2014 Veliko Tarnowo, Bulgarien: Symbioza
  • 2015 Valletta, Malta: Links
  • 2016 Nida, Litauen: Not Yet Decided
  • 2017 Fredericia, Dänemark: Hospitality