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  • Petronela Schredlová Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
  • Tereza Haumerová Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague





hands-on, unexpected spatial episodes, social encounters, contextual integration, possibilities of appropriation


To introduce ourselves first, we are a group of human beings working together only because of one hidden school — EASA ( European architecture student assembly).

It works like a perfect filter. Filter for those that are looking for more than general education.

Forming this vision about education was a general effort of 5 of us till the very end. Following text is not just about transdisciplinarity but about educating ourselves in communication, values, equality and daily choices. We´ve learned how to take a creative critique, how to trust each other, but mostly to understand that no one of us would make this alone.

How to Cite

Schredlová, P., & Haumerová, T. (2019). — Trans —. EAAE Annual Conference Proceedings, 240–245. https://doi.org/10.51588/eaaeacp.44



Author Biographies

Petronela Schredlová, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

Studied at the Faculty of Architecture at the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava and member of EASA (European Architecture Students Assembly). Since 2016 attending annual EASA events in Lithuania, Denmark and Croatia and following discussions on future topics for these events in Madrid, Lapland and Sofia. Started to work in architecture offices during second year of studies and found it more educational than theory basis offered on faculty. After the last EASA event, moved to Croatia to Rijeka, impressed by the city and Balkan nation, working with local architects on local projects. Because of this alternative education in the best hidden school in the world obtained a clearer vision and appreciation for creativity, diversity and antidisciplinarity needed in ‘real’ life.

Tereza Haumerová, Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague

Studying architecture at the Academy of Arts Architecture and Design in Prague. Currently completing an internship in an architectural office in Basel. Became a part of the EASA network after first year of architectural studies. EASA National Contact for Slovakia between the years 2015 — 2018 and promoting unconventional education possibilities of EASA among students in Slovakia. In summer 2018, assisted in the organisation process of Never-Never school, a summer school using a narrative scenario making method about utopias in the context of the postsocialist district in Košice. In August 2019 taking part of Retek Art Colony with the theme of ‘Shape Shift’ as a tutor of the workshop Teatro Scenario.


Kees Dorst, Technology innovation management review, Mixing practices to create transdisciplinary innovation : a design based approach, 2018

Exploring the Transdisciplinary Learning, Experiences of Innovation Professionals, Mariana Zafeirakopoulus, Mieke van der Bijl-Brouwer, 2018

Our EASA bidding presentation, Viliam Fedorko, Tereza Haumerová, Michal Kováč, Jana Pajchlová, Petronela Schredlová, October 2018