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     The Laboratory for Architectural Design is a multi disciplinary design practice that encourages, develops and takes part in socially linked projects.

 

Led by Traian Tuță - RIBA part II architect - the laboratory specializes in innovative living qualities, culturally infused architecture and art installations, educational pioneering and nurturing of an architecture that is linked to its context through insightful educational workshops. 

FOUNDER

   Traian Tuta is an English taught, RIBA part II architect with international experience in the fields of architectural design, urban innovation, teaching and critical design thinking.

 

    Traian focuses his practice on the implementation of innovative urban projects including trend forecasting, spatial activations, pop-up installations, public spaces upgrades, urban research, street art and exhibition curation.

   Holding a Master's degree in Architecture from UoB (Brighton, Uk) following RiBA standards, he is also the author of ‘An innate interpretation of the qualities that surround us’; ‘Speculation on architectural design that informs a new vernacular design interpretation ‘; ‘The Extent of Human Perception’ .

PROJECTS

+ research and analysis

+ street art curation, installations

+ pop-up innovation laboratories

+ urban design rethinking

+ storytelling workshops

+ architectural design

+ architectural design teaching for new urban and rural schemes and concepts.

SERVICES

 

+ Research and reports on historical concepts and contemporary development schemes.
 

+ Strategic advisory services for the development of innovative property projects and cultural endeavours.
 

+ Workshops on innovation in the fields of city design, spatial use, materials' qualities.
+ Architectural design on residential schemes, commercial projects, art installations, exhibition design.


+ Advisory services on urban and property trends strategic recommendations for the development of future urban projects

+ Territorial analysis and stakeholder mapping 
 

+ Implementation of pre-development activation plans, including community involvement 
 

+ Support in the implementation of development plans

+ Research and reports on historical concepts and contemporary development schemes.


+ Workshops on innovation in the fields of city design, spatial use, athmospheres, scenarios

+ Architectural design on residential schemes, commercial projects, social performative schemes, cultural installations.