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Why ISPLORA?

ISPLORA, by means of cinematic-quality films, offers an innovative tool for continuing education based on the narration of the most important works of architecture. A direct experience of the building design and construction process, a journey into the recesses and complexities of some of the most important projects.

An innovative tool for continuing education

ISPLORA is an innovative tool for the continuing education and professional development of architects, which offers the possibility of receiving credits through the vision of engaging, immersive films and the participation to live-streamed events where you can interact with the architecture firms and the protagonists of the movies themselves.
ISPLORA is also a magazine, a place to find information useful for your profession, a look at the territory and innovation, a reference for all events connected to architecture.

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There is always a story to know

The Narrative Learning method allows to identify completely with the buildings’ construction process, simply learning with a story and dealing directly with the design practice of the most interesting architecture firms.

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A narration, a lesson on inclusive design through the practice of Mijic Architects, an international firm based in Rimini, Darmstadt and Belgrade. A European vision of the project and of “making architecture happen” applied to the concept phase of the work, as well as to its execution, thanks to intersecting cultures and geographies that reverberate across the work carried out by the firm, from professional practice to research. After collaborating with the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Genoa, an experience which resulted in Eduard Mijic following the project of the Church of Padre Pio in San Giovanni Rotondo, in Germany with Von Gerkan, Marg und Partner in Hamburg and Herzog Architekten in Munich, Mijic Architects was born in Rimini, architectural firm then joined in 2014 by engineer Orietta Villa and, in 2020, by engineer Mirko Boccalini. Between multidisciplinarity and internationalization, the project is intended as an articulate process of synthesis and understanding, a relationship and mixture of disciplines, between different souls and skills, translating into research on the complexity of places, territories, economies and, simultaneously, of architecture. A practice that develops out of the different experiences of the members of the firm, capable of interpreting and measuring every single intervention on its place of belonging.

Mijic Architects

Mijic Architects

The Mijic Architects team includes different personalities with different backgrounds, who rather than following trends that are often self-referential pursue a single goal, to create places where people can feed on beauty. Their way of designing develops through cognitive analysis, which includes all the design phases, from investment analysis to Construction Management. Each project is developed by a team of architects and engineers, all with unique skills but who work together finding common ground in search of the best solution. Always looking for new challenges, projects represent an important opportunity to prove our creativity. New spatial forms, contextualization of the building within an existing reality, investigation and experimentation on technological and material choices are the pillars of our creative work

ARCH. EDUARD MIJIC

ARCH. EDUARD MIJIC

Eduard Mijic was born in Offenbach (Germany) and graduated in 1997 in Architecture from the University of Darmstadt (Germany); he worked for the “Renzo Piano Building Workshop” in Genoa (Italy) and collaborates with “Von Gerkan, Marg und Partner”, Hamburg (Germany) and Prof. Thomas Herzog, Munich (Germany) on projects in Italy. He is a member of the Chamber of Architects both in Italy and Germany. In 2005 he founded an architectural firm with a colleague and in 2008 the firm Mijic Architects.

A narrative journey through the practice of Mijic Architects, an international studio based in Rimini, Darmstadt and Belgrade

Mauro Olivieri as a free designer, as a critical and visionary "design worker". The narration of a synthetic project.

The lesson explores the design process through the key concepts that guide the integrated methodology of Progetto CMR.

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