Recruitment for the summer workshop in Croatia

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Re: Recruitment for the summer workshop in Croatia

Postby SedamBisera » Thu Jul 05, 2012 7:18 pm

Day 4th - 4th of July

The day of 04.07 has been a very eventful one for our team.
It begun with a most thought-provoking presentation by the locally born mr. Ivan Drazic. The ideas he proposed to improve connectivity within the Bay and enhance life of local people as well as improving access for tourists were taken on board by our team and have resulted in a heated discussion that was a perfect starting point for the project work.
In the afternoon we headed to Kastela City Hall in order to be formally introduced to the local city board and county prefect. It was a great honour to meet the political and financial supporters of our project and to personally promise that our time here will result in a true product that would be of cultural, social and economic value to the Kastela Bay.
Our evening was marked by a cultural event of a different kind, when we familiarized ourselves with the traditional drink of Rakija.
All the recent events have prepared us to start to tackle the design challenge ahead and we are eager to start the process.
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