Tackling gaps and mismatches in the field of higher education for architecture and urban planning while exploring and addressing discontinuities along the national borders in-between Romania, Hungary and Serbia

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Between 27-29th of October the UAUIM team (Alexandru Belenyi, Irina Tulbure, Ilinca Păun-Constantinescu, Irina Băncescu, Cristian Borcan, Cristian Bădescu) organized and presented at The National Museum of the Romanian Peasant the closing exhibition of the Triplex Confinium project, which ended with a public debate concerning different aspects of education.

Faber Community hosted our final Multiplier event during which The Think Brick! competition was exhibited for the first time in Timisoara. Together with our invited guests, we debated the competition format and its future in the context of euro-regional developement programs.

On the 14th of April, the compound of the Terra Studio in Kikinda hosted the second multiplier event and closing exhibition of the two summer schools organized as learning teaching training experiences within the Triplex Confinium strategic Erasmus partnership. For the second multiplier the emphasis was placed on local communities and their reception of the Think Brick submissions as well

Before organising the multiplier event, it was important to choose a location where we could reach the most architecture students independents from participating universities. This is why we decided to organise the event in Győr, not in Debrecen, in the Architect Atelier, which is the home of the school of architecture of Győr, as part of the students's professional day.