EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS ASSEMBLY
EASA is a platform for cultural and educational exchange, connecting architecture students and professionals across Europe and the world. The network meets during the summer in a two week assembly.
The yearly EASA event gathers 500 participants. During it, students and professionals form a community which maintains itself – they work, study, rest, cook, eat, clean and live together. There are participants, tutors, organisers, helpers and guests, all coming together during workshops – which fill the majority of time. The program is packed with lectures, strongly relating to the theme of each event, conducted by professionals from divergent spheres of activity. Exhibitions, open discussions, intuitive one-day workshops and spontaneous performances take place, among other activities.
EASA is a non-profit, decentralised structure, organised and led by volunteers.