How to mix the punk with responsibility in architecture? How to keep the towns and their communities vibrant? What is the role of the cultural organizations in 21st Century? Presentation discusses the revival of the cultural centre Stanica Žilina-Záriečie. The centre has occupied the old station building of the still operational Zilina-Zariecie train station since 2003, combining the roles of independent venue, artistic laboratory and activists’ collective. For the last 6 years, with the friends, Robert Blasko has also been renovating Nová synagóga Žilina, a modern-architecture masterpiece by Peter Behrens.
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