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ROBERTH COMAN&BOGDAN DOCHIA

Who's who / 08 Mai 2015 / RDW team
  • ROBERTH COMAN&BOGDAN DOCHIA
  • ROBERTH COMAN&BOGDAN DOCHIA
  • ROBERTH COMAN&BOGDAN DOCHIA
  • ROBERTH COMAN&BOGDAN DOCHIA
  • ROBERTH COMAN&BOGDAN DOCHIA
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HISTORY
Roberth was born on a sunny June day in Târgu-Mureș. As he soon discovers in his early school years, science classes where not his thing so he choose to focus on foreign languages. 
During his last high-school year he discovered the field of urban planning and after three years he started studying in South Korea. While preparing his presentation panels, graphic design became his second field of interest.
Today, urban and graphic design are the focus of his daily work.

Bogdan was born in 1990, in Campina, a small and nice town on the Prahova Valley. In his early school he liked sciences and building things. He continued his passions during high school where he followed a scientific profile.
One of his passions is history, a thing that made him pursue a degree in urban development, sus-tainability and conservation 
Today, urban environment and the sustainable principles are the main interests for him. Building with nature, not against it is a priority in his approach.
 
 ROMANIAN DESIGN WEEK APPEARANCE

2015 // Assan Eco-Mill
“Assan Eco-Mill” started as a school project called "RECYCLING". The main focus was on recycling an abandoned area (brownfield) which included a national monument called "Moara lui Assan" (first steam mill in Romania).
Taking into consideration the main historical activity and role of Assan Mill the team choose to continue the legacy of the mill in a modern way by creating a sustainable urban farming community called “Assan Eco-Mill”.
Assan Eco-Mill is designed as a demonstration of sustainable development to balance the urban lifestyle with nature’s benefits. The Eco-Mill is intended as an example of a self-sustaining agrarian community at first, but also to provide an alternative way to purchase fresh products in urban areas.
The concept is based on three focus areas: public space, social program and urban agriculture, all of them playing an equally important role.