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.

Jimbolia is a settlement in the Banat region, whose town-planning characteristics, still visible today, were established in the 18th century. The Habsburg Empire discovered the rich resources of the area, and radical human intervention in the region began. In order to serve the production, a town was built into the existing natural dimension, with a four-grid structural street system of

Over the past half year, several of the Think Brick Delivered projects have been transformed into final dissertation or diploma projects in the partner schools of the Triplex Confinium partnership. Four such diploma’s were delivered in the Debrecen Faculty of Architecture and two in the Timisoara Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning. Between the lines, the winning solution of the