Welcome To Our Architectural And Design Students Assembly


The European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA) is a platform for an exchange of ideas and knowledge for European students of architecture. This is achieved primarily by the EASA – Summer Assembly and also by the SESAM – Small European Students of Architecture Meeting, and the INCM – Intermediate National Contact Meeting. Easa is not an established organization but a non-political and non-profit network aimed at bringing people together. The essence of the easa, since its beginning in Liverpool in 1981, is maintained by the ‘easa spirit’ – easy to feel but difficult to describe. In the UK, it’s represented by, through UK National Contacts.


Easa is a practical network for communication, meeting, and exchange. Here architecture students can discuss their ideas, work together and exchange their experiences concerning architecture, education or life in general. By holding assemblies in different countries we have the chance to discover their cultural, historical, and environmental backgrounds. By exploring new dimensions of communication, reflection and presentation we can achieve a new perspective of dealing with the architectural profession. The aim of the easa is for those who participate to have an extraordinary experience.


Each easa – summer assembly has a theme. It is the starting point for our common adventure. An adventure that gathers different cultures and ideas of architecture. It has to be strong, powerful and generating the project.


EASA was established in 1981 when students of architecture from Liverpool invited their fellow students from Europe to come and help them solve problems in their city. About 300 students gathered to work on the theme ‘starting up the EASA experience’. Since then there have been assemblies in different countries with 400 to 500 participants each year [year, place, theme]:

1981 LIVERPOOL, England Starting up the EASA Experience 1982 DELFT, Netherlands Architecture of an Uncertain Future 1983 LISBOA, Portugal Social Spaces 1984 AARHUS, Denmark Turning point in Architecture 1985 ATHENS, Greece Interpretation and Action in the City 1986 TORINO, Italy Architecture Latenti 1987 HELSINKI, Finland Architecture and Nature 1988 BERLIN, Germany The Dimension Between 1989 MARSEILLE, France Heritage et Creativé 1990 KARLSKRONA, Sweden Exploration 1991 KOLOMNA, USSR Regeneration 1992 ÜRGÜP, Turkiye Vision 2000 Environment 1993 SANDWICK, Scotland The Isle 1994 LIÈGE, Belgium Consommer inconsumable 1995 ZAMOSC, Poland Beyond the Borders 1996 CLERMONT L’HERAULT, France Dream Builders! 1997 THE TRAIN, Scandinavia Advancing Architecture 1998 VALETTA, Malta, Living on the Edge 1999 KAVALA, Greece, Osmosis 2000 ANTWERP/ROTTERDAM,Belgium/Netherlands Dis-Similarities 2001 GÖKÇEADA, Turkiye No Theme 2002 VIS, Croatia Senses 2003 FRILAND, Denmark Sustainable Living 2004 ROUBAIX, France Metropolitain-Micropolitain, 2005 BERGUEN, Switzerland Trans, Transit, Transition.

To come: 2006 BUDAPEST, Hungary CommonPlaces

Architecture overview

Architecture overview

In relation to architecture, you will discover that it is a science and even art. It would be best to remember that designing and planning is simply half of the surprise in relation to putting a town together or engaged with the native surroundings.

There are some individuals who specialize in a simple structure and that is named being an architect. Architecture has performed a key part of the history of our total world. For wherever there have been buildings or buildings that were protected for inhabiting, there was some sort of architecture.

When it comes to structuring, you can find that it all begins with imagination and then it’s created to be purposeful, academic, helpful, and even fun. From the smallest 1-bed room residence to the grandest palace or greatest cathedral, each construction is predicated on some type of architecture.

Additional time structure tends to vary with time and design. You can find that there are lots of eras of architectural design as well. Each era has its own fashion of structure, from Baroque, Greco-Roman, Artwork Deco, Victorian to American Colonial, Prairie, and Bauhaus. Lines, materials, construction, and symbolism all contribute to the totally different styles of architecture.

Architecture styles could be anyplace from delicate to design and supplies differ from lumber to limestone. In relation to the sooner designs, you will discover that they’re produced from local and natural materials and they’re also materials which might be bountiful.

In Greece, limestone occurred to be bountiful and it was the fabric that almost all structures were created from. And since marble was not only uncommon but for a number of choose islands, but very tough to move, it was used sparingly and often only for ornamentation.

In terms of early America, you will discover that the saltbox homes the place comprised of wood, which was available and it was easy to construct, so it took practically no cash at all to build one in all these homes. You can see that the joints may have been put along with nails, however, they had been very expensive, so they were usually put along with wood joints.