International contest of solutions
On Tuesday, the 25th of April 2017, at Reduta Hall of the Transylvanian Ethnographic Museum Cluj-Napoca, took place the official announcement of the reusults for the ETHNO PARK CLUJ international competition.
The three winning projects are as follows:
First Prize (31.500 RON) – SC ALICE FLOREAN ARHITECTURĂ SRL associated with Progir Structural SRL, ing. Georgiana Tirt
Main author: SC ALICE FLOREAN ARHITECTURA SRL / reprezentant legal arh. Alice Maria Florean
Architecture collaborators: Maria Loșonți, Ivona Virag, Adrian Băban, Iulia Miclea
Architectural vizualisation: Sergiu Nasta
Structural Engineers: Progir Structural S.R.L., ing. Georgiana Tirt
HVAC Engineers: DAS Engineering S.R.L., ing. Alexandra Stoica
Landscape architect: peisag. Alex Cotoz
Second Prize (22.500 RON) – SC Atelier FKM SRL
Main author: Ioana Aleseei, Sebastian Bota, Bogdan-Raul Fodor, Gagyi Zsófia, Kiss Cristian, Kozma Zsolt, Mihai Lupșe, Nagy András, Sorana Oprișa
Third Prize (18.000 RON) – Studio Kim Bucșa Diaconu SRL associated with BIA Șerban Daniel Lucian
Main author: Tiberiu Bucșa, Gal Orsolya, Daniel Șerban, Marina Melenti
Contributing authors: Oana Matei, Cezar Câmpan, Radu Arieșan
The Documentation and / or subsequent clarifications regarding the international contest of solutions for the expansion of “Romulus Vuia” National Ethnographic Park can be downloaded by visiting the link below
Cluj County Council is the beneficiary of the “Conservation – Restoration and Upgrading of wooden churches of Petrindu and Cizer “ financed by the EEA Financial Mechanism 2009-2014 and registered with the Project Management Unit no. PA16 / RO12-LP-163 of April 8th 2014.
The overall objective of the project is upgrading the historical monuments of the Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania – outdoor section, namely the restoration and preservation of the wooden churches of Petrindu and Cizer in order to increase tourism attraction in Cluj and in Transylvania.
On October 7th 2016, the parties signed the Addendum no. 3 to the Financing Contract no. PA16 / RO12-LP7 of December 18th 2014 for the approval of the extension by seven months of the project “Conservation – restoration and upgrading of the wooden churches of Petrindu and Cizer”, respectively to finance some additional activities intended to contribute to the achievement of project objectives. The total budget approved is lei 4,701,343.
By the aforementioned addendum, the financing of a new activity – organizing an international contest of solutions for the development and expansion of “Romulus Vuia” National Ethnographic Park was approved in order to enhance the value of the cultural patrimony of the Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania.
The contest of solutions is intended to encourage creativity, to promote new ideas in town planning, which should be personalized and consistent with the cultural spirit, with the spirituality of the place and with contemporary functions.
This new activity is intended to find the best solution for the arrangement of the Ethnographic Park. By integrating an administrative centre, a centre for promoting the heritage of the Romanian village and an outdoor stage where cultural and private events will be held, these heritage assets of great value will be upgraded, especially the wooden churches of Petrindu and Cizer and restored by means of this project.
Project team members were present at International workshop regarding the sustainability of projects financed under the EEA Grants. The event took place between October 24th and 25th 2017 in Cluj Napoca. The workshop gathered representatives of the Programme partner, the Directorate for Cultural Heritage in Norway, representatives of Programme Operators from the Czech Republic, Lithuania and Poland, along with projects partners from the Donor States and project promoters. On the first day of the event the participants visited the wooden churches Cizer and Petrindu. The director of the museum, Mr. Tudor Sălăgean presented the history of the two churches as well as the works of restoration that have been realized within the framework of the project "Preservation – Restoration and valorisation of wooden churches Petrindu and Cizer".
May 31st, 2018
May 31st, 2018
Conditions and assessment criteria of the international contest of solutions to extend "Romulus Vuia" Ethnographic Park
March 7th, 2017