ENVIRONMENT AND ARCHITECTUREJust to Remind You on Deadline for Abstract SubmissionABSTRACTS:
One A4 page Abstracts sent per e-mail (on firstname.lastname@example.org) as MS Word file should include
author(s) name with affiliation(s), summary with or without graph/drawing/sketch, 5 keywords and
selected Topic. One Author is allowed to submit maximum 2 contributed works.
Deadline for Abstract Submission extended to 15 February 2015.POSTER SESSION / ORAL PRESENTATION:
Authors may also present their work as a poster without having to write a full paper.
Authors who prefer to present their work as oral presentations have to write full papers.
All accepted Abstracts will be printed in the Book of Abstracts (with ISBN Number).
All contributed papers will be evaluated for publication in the Proceedings (with ISBN Number).Only accepted full papers, which posters/presentations are presented by Authors in person,
T1 State of Affairs and Future Visions, T2 Conceptual and Methodical Concepts,
T3 Holistic Environmental Perceptions, T4 Interactive Structures, T5 Urban Ecology and Climate,
T6 Bioclimatic and Cultural Sensitivity, T7 Materiality OUR PROMINENT KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:Winy Maas – MVRDV The NetherlandsDietmar Eberle – baumschlager eberle Austria
Julien de Smedt – JDS Architects Denmark
Luca Nicoletti – NICOLETTI ASSOCIATI Italy
Idis Turato – IDIS TURATO Croatia
Make your hotel reservation until February 12th and ensure 30% discounted rates!
Special hotel rates at the Maestral Resort are provided for the participants of the S.ARCH-2015 Conference.
To ensure these 30% discounted rates please fill in the Hotel Reservation Form (attached to this e-mail)
and send it to email@example.com latest due February 12th!Discounted rates include buffet breakfast in hotels’ main restaurants, swimming pools, hotels’ beach,
fitness-centre and parking as well.
The location of the S.ARCH-2015 conference is Maestral Resort situated in a romantic rocky bay, just next to a
sandy beach, close to the fishing village of Pržno and between Budva’s Old Town and Sveti Stefan Island City.
Learn more about Maestral Resort
The coastal town Budva has around 18,000 (2011) inhabitants, and it is the centre of Budva Municipality,
which includes also the neighbouring towns Becici and Petrovac. The coastal area around Budva,
called the Budvanska rivijera, is the centre of Montenegro’s tourism, and is well known for its sandy beaches,
diverse nightlife, and examples of Mediterranean architecture.
Budva is 3,500 years old, which makes it one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic Sea coast.
The Old Town in Budva has many different tales and stories of its origin. Scholars and historians believe it to
have originally been an island, which later joined the shore to form a sand isthmus. The Old Town,
along with the city of Budva was said to have been discovered by a Greek sailor by the name of Boutoua.
Budva has a typical Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and mild winters, and 230 sunny days
in a year. It has the typical Mediterranean rainfall pattern, which results in wetter winters and drier summers.
In May the average daily temperature is between 14 and 24 deg C and the mean share of sunhours
during the day exceeds 55%. Budva lies in the Central European Time zone (GMT+1).
Contact: Sebastian Mueller, E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org