ORGANISERS


LATVIAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS

The Latvian Association of Architects is the only association representing professional architects in Latvia with the aim to promote architecture and its development, raise awareness about the industry and address related issues in the society.

The association is a member of the Baltic Architects Union Association, the International Union of Architects, and the Architects’ Council of EuropeThe Latvian Association of Architects maintains a network of practitioners and has a voice when it comes to discussing matters related to architecture and the built environment.

ORGANISERS


LATVIAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS

Latvian Association of Architects is the only association representing professional architects in Latvia with the aim to develop and promote architecture and its development, raise awareness about the industry and field related questions in the society.

The association is a member of Baltic Architects Union Association, the International Union of Architects, and Architects’ Council of Europe. The Latvian Association of Architects maintains a network of practitioners and has a voice when it comes to discussing matters related to architecture and the built environment.

ORGANISERS


LATVIAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS

Latvian Association of Architects is the only association representing professional architects in Latvia with the aim to develop and promote architecture and its development, raise awareness about the industry and field related questions in the society.

The association is a member of Baltic Architects Union Association, the International Union of Architects, and Architects’ Council of EuropeThe Latvian Association of Architects maintains a network of practitioners and has a voice when it comes to discussing matters related to architecture and the built environment.

ORGANISERS

LATVIAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS

Latvian Association of Architects is the only association representing professional architects in Latvia with the aim to develop and promote architecture and its development, raise awareness about the industry and field related questions in the society.

The association is a member of Baltic Architects Union Association, the International Union of Architects, and Architects’ Council of Europe. The Latvian Association of Architects maintains a network of practitioners and has a voice when it comes to discussing matters related to architecture and the built environment.

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“The conference and UIA meetings will be a unique event organised in the Baltics for the first time, with the aim to position the Baltic Sea Region at the intersection of the current concern related to flows of people, the transit of goods, mobility and links across Europe.”

JURIS POGA
Commissioner, President of the Latvian Association of Architects

“The conference and UIA meetings will be a unique event organised in the Baltics for the first time, with the aim to position the Baltic Sea Region at the intersection of the current concern related to flows of people, the transit of goods, mobility and links across Europe.”

JURIS POGA
Commissioner, President of the Latvian Association of Architects

“The conference and UIA meetings will be a unique event organised in the Baltics for the first time, with the aim to position the Baltic Sea Region at the intersection of the current concern related to flows of people, the transit of goods, mobility and links across Europe.”

JURIS POGA
Commissioner, President of the Latvian Association of Architects

“The conference and UIA meetings will be a unique event organised in the Baltics for the first time, with the aim to position the Baltic Sea Region at the intersection of the current concern related to flows of people, the transit of goods, mobility and links across Europe.”

JURIS POGA
Commissioner, President of the Latvian Association of Architects

“The conference and UIA meetings will be a unique event organised in the Baltics for the first time, with the aim to position the Baltic Sea Region at the intersection of the current concern related to flows of people, the transit of goods, mobility and links across Europe.”

JURIS POGA
Commissioner, President of the Latvian Association of Architects

ABOUT UIA

The International Union of Architects (Union International des Architectes, UIA) was founded in Lausanne, Switzerland on June 28, 1948 to unite the architects of the world through a federation of their national organisations. From the 27 delegations present at the founding assembly, the UIA has grown to encompass the key professional organisations and architects in 115 countries and territories worldwide.

The UIA is a non-governmental organisation recognised by UNESCO as the only architectural union operating at an international level. Through various events and activities, the UIA acts as a platform for knowledge sharing, helping craft innovative and collaborative solutions for architectural advancement, with a particular focus on the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

The professional structure protecting the interests of the majority of architects in a country or territory can become a Member Section of the UIA. Through these Member Sections, the UIA is represented in the countries and territories geographically grouped into 5 regions. The Latvian Association of Architects is represented in the International Union of Architects as a member of the Baltic Architects Union Association (BAUA).

UIA international events take place regularly in the different countries and are important for promoting an exchange of views and debate on professional issues in architecture, urban planning and related fields

ABOUT UIA

The International Union of Architects (Union International des Architectes, UIA) was founded in Lausanne, Switzerland on June 28, 1948 to unite the architects of the world through a federation of their national organisations. From the 27 delegations present at the founding assembly, the UIA has grown to encompass the key professional organisations and architects in 115 countries and territories worldwide.

The UIA is a non-governmental organisation recognised by UNESCO as the only architectural union operating at an international level. Through various events and activities, the UIA acts as a platform for knowledge sharing, helping craft innovative and collaborative solutions for architectural advancement, with a particular focus on the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

The professional structure protecting the interests of the majority of architects in a country or territory can become a Member Section of the UIA. Through these Member Sections, the UIA is represented in the countries and territories geographically grouped into 5 regions. The Latvian Association of Architects is represented in the International Union of Architects as a member of the Baltic Architects Union Association (BAUA).

UIA international events take place regularly in the different countries and are important for promoting the exchange of views and debate on professional issues in architecture, urban planning and related fields

ABOUT UIA

The International Union of Architects (Union International des Architectes, UIA) was founded in Lausanne, Switzerland on June 28, 1948 to unite the architects of the world through a federation of their national organisations. From the 27 delegations present at the founding assembly, the UIA has grown to encompass the key professional organisations and architects in 115 countries and territories worldwide.

The UIA is a non-governmental organisation recognised by UNESCO as the only architectural union operating at an international level. Through various events and activities, the UIA acts as a platform for knowledge sharing, helping craft innovative and collaborative solutions for architectural advancement, with a particular focus on the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

The professional structure protecting the interests of the majority of architects in a country or territory can become a Member Section of the UIA. Through these Member Sections, the UIA is represented in the countries and territories geographically grouped into 5 regions. The Latvian Association of Architects is represented in the International Union of Architects as a member of the Baltic Architects Union Association (BAUA).

UIA international events take place regularly in the different countries and are important for promoting an exchange of views and debate on professional issues in architecture, urban planning and related fields

ABOUT UIA

The International Union of Architects (Union International des Architectes, UIA) was founded in Lausanne, Switzerland on June 28, 1948 to unite the architects of the world through a federation of their national organisations. From the 27 delegations present at the founding assembly, the UIA has grown to encompass the key professional organisations and architects in 115 countries and territories worldwide.

The UIA is a non-governmental organisation recognised by UNESCO as the only architectural union operating at an international level. Through various events and activities, the UIA acts as a platform for knowledge sharing, helping craft innovative and collaborative solutions for architectural advancement, with a particular focus on the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

The professional structure protecting the interests of the majority of architects in a country or territory can become a Member Section of the UIA. Through these Member Sections, the UIA is represented in the countries and territories geographically grouped into 5 regions. The Latvian Association of Architects is represented in the International Union of Architects as a member of the Baltic Architects Union Association (BAUA).

UIA international events take place regularly in the different countries and are important for promoting an exchange of views and debate on professional issues in architecture, urban planning and related fields

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Latvian Association of Architects
Address: 11 Torņa Street, Riga, Latvia
www.latarh.lv

Latvian Association of Architects
Address: 11 Torņa Street, Riga, Latvia
www.latarh.lv

Administration

Māra Vaivode
E-mail: mara.vaivode@latarh.lv
Phone: +371 26393136

Project management
and communication

Laila Ratmane, Helve
E-mail: laila@helve.eu
Phone: +371 28684272

Project management
and communication

Laila Ratmane, Helve
E-mail: laila@helve.eu
Phone: +371 28684272

Project management
and communication

Laila Ratmane, Helve
E-mail: laila@helve.eu
Phone: +371 28684272

Technical production
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