contact / network


About

1989, in the year when the Iron Curtain felt, I worked in Budapest in the state own architecture office. During my travels in Hungary and other former communist countries, I discovered outstanding architecture, which was not known in the West. Since then I document these, threatened by decay architecture, since 2006 here on ostarchitektur.com.

Peter Sägesser, dipl. Architekt ETH, Berne, Switzerland


All photos and content unless otherwise noted: Peter Sägesser, Switzerland, © www.ostarchitektur.com

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Network

Bosnien und Herzegowina:

Days of architecture, Dani arhitekture

Filter architecture Architecture office

LIFT NGO for spatial initiatives

University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Architecture

Deutschland:

Das Neue Dresden, Dresdner Bauten aus dem 20. und 21. Jahrhundert

machmaplazda, Grosswohnsiedlungen in (Ost-)Deutschland, Beispiele zu Plattenbausiedlungen in Ostdeutschland

Kroatien:

radionica arhitekture Architecture office

Studio UP Architecture office

University of Zagreb, Faculty of architecture

Mazedonien:

Arhitektri Architecture office

University Cyril and Methodius Skopje, Faculty of architecture

Rumänien:

Andreescu and Gaivoronschi Associated Architects Architecture office

Fabrica de Pensule, Cluj, Artist Centre

FOR Architecture office

Made in Romania Socialist architecture blog

Parasite Studio Architecture office

Planwerk Architecture office

planT Studio, Tövissi Zsolt, Architect, Csíkpálfalva

Vitamin A Architecture office

Zeppelin Romanian architecture magazine

Serbien:

CAB Centar za arhitekturu Beograd Center for architecture, Belgrade

360beograd Guiding architects

Ungarn:

KÉK, Hungarian contemporary architecture Centre

MOME, Moholy-Nagy University of art and design, Budapest

sporaarchitects Architecture office

t2a, Turányi & Turányi architects Architecture office

3h architects Architecture office

International:

Osteuropa Netzwerk

Shera Society of historians of Eastern European, Eurasian and Russian Art and Architecture


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