co-workers:
Mihai Batranu, eng. (programming) | Alina Domocos, arch, Geneva (design, cad) | Remo Gavaz, dr.arch, Vienna/Bologna (dtp) | Diana Marian (translations German-English, dtp) | Aranca Munteanu, Viena (editor) | Ioana Panaitescu, graphics | Mihai Petrica (rendering) | Dan Popovici, arch. (cad, design)| Radu Soimulescu, graphics (book and advertising graphics, rendering, dtp) | Bogdan Vitec (animation, rendering, cad) | Jens Klimaschewski (design) | Vanda Marasan (graphic design)
 

Horia Marinescu, mag.arch., Vienna/Bucharest

horia@utanet.at

born 1967 in Bucharest

1986 - graduated the German High School in Bucharest

1988 - 1991- courses at the "Ion Mincu" Architecture Institute, Bucharest, class of prof. Ghenciulescu

1997 - magister architecturae, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, prof. Timo Penttilä and Massimiliano Fuksas

since 1992 - freelancer, than liberal studio, collaborations with Massimiliano Fuksas, Feichtinger Architectes (Paris), Johann Georg Gsteu, Walter Kral, prof. Wolfdietrich Ziesel, Erich Amon, Herbert Scheiner, Michael Ivancsics (partnership project), Luca Nanni - Venezia Mestre, Brigitte Hollegha -Vienna/Madrid (planning), Peter Pawlik - Vienna/Philadelphia (scenery for opera)

2005 - workshop "Collage Bucharest - Postmodernism or the Paris of the East" (by Bitter/Weber Vienna, University of Architecture, Bucharest)

2006-2007: consulting & project management for OMV/Petrom and Quickborner Team

2006-2008: conference center, hotel in Mauerbach next to Vienna (architectural design), in partnership with ing. Gemeinhardt (technical planning and project management), and landscape concept for the 50.000m² park surrounding the center

2008-2009: architecture consulting & site inspection for Arad, Romania (commisioned by Hammerer Aluminium Industries, Austria)

Member of the Romanian Architects Union OAR

articles published in architektur.aktuell (Vienna), Arhitectura, Secolul 21, Dilema,Arhitext Design, Igloo, Observator Cultural (Bucharest), Kontakt - Magazine for Arts and Civil Society in Central Europe (Erste Bank, Vienna) Wiener Blätter (Vienna).

current projects