Jana Fečkaninová

09 1st, 2000


Born 1990, in Kosice, Slovakia. She is PhD. Candidate at the Faculty of Architecture, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovakia, and also visiting fellow at the Institute for Architectural Theory and History, Innsbruck University. She is working on the topic about the architecture of the Schools of Architecture. Since 2015, she has been travelling around Europe to investigate about “the expression of the internal system of the school on its physical shape – the building”. She received her architecture degree from Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. Throughout her studies, she has been awarded a Faculty Merit Scholarship for three times. The topic of her master thesis is about the geometry in architectural design in the era of strong marketing strategies and the influence of social media.

She presented her scientific work in conferences: “Architecture in Perspective” in Ostrava in 2016 and 2017, and “CA2RE 2017” in Ljubljana. In the meantime, she also won a research grant “Mlady Vyskumnik (Young Researcher)” and was one of the consultants of the project “Mestske zasahy Kezmarok” 2017 (about Urban interventions Kezmarok 2017). In collaboration with Robert Spacek and Robert Bakyta, she is a contributing editor of the book “Schools of Architecture” presenting students’ design ideas on this topic (forthcoming). Since 2015, she has served as a teaching assistant and also held several teaching courses: Composition I and Design Studio courses.

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