Ursula Lavrencic (1974) received her architectural degree from the Faculty of Architecture in Ljubljana, Slovenia and her master of arts from the Design Academy Eindhoven, The Netherlands. In the beginning of 2003, she founded Megla, a design studio positioned in the field of architecture and communication design. She works both independently and in collaboration with a steady set of other studios. Projects range from food retail concepts for dutch governmental organization, proposals for reuse of technological waste to full service communication solutions. Ursula Lavrencic uses her very diverse set of skills to offer out of the box thinking. She strives for socially and environmentally responsible design.
Auke Touwslager (1972) received his design degree from the Design Academy in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. In 2001 he co-founded Anderemedia, a Dutch design studio dedicated to designing innovative concepts, web applications and information mapping tools. In the same year he became a principal affiliate of Govcom.org, an Amsterdam-based foundation devoted to creating and hosting political tools on the Web. In 2004, Auke Touwslager founded Informationlab. Initially meant as reflection of his personal interests, now a international network for research, collaboration, exchange of knowledge and concept development. It's main goal is to create new ways of interfacing the diversity of information flows and the public space and its constructions as architecture.
In de expositie "Gonnabeez" geven negen geselecteerde bureaus een reactie op een aantal vragen of stellingen die centraal staan en die ook ter sprake kwamen bij een eerder gehouden besloten debat. Daarnaast toont elke exposant een beknopte bureau presentatie.
Groot Heiligland 47
2011 EP Haarlem
30 augustus t/m 16 oktober 2005
IOC Zapolje III/12