Victor Moldoveanu is a borderless creative professional interested in interdisciplinary research and design concerning the future of the built urban environment.
Victor is a registered architect in the UK ARB and Denmark MAA and a registered illustrator in Japan JIA. He holds a graduate degree in architecture with RIBA Part 2 qualifications from Aarhus School of Architecture and prior to his graduation, he participated in multiple challenging and stimulating study ventures in Bucharest, Porto, Brussels, Rotterdam and Aarhus. His extensive travels to South America and North Africa have also had a significant influence over his professional discourse and work, which he does with diligence, dedication and an enthusiastic heart.
Victor is also the recipient of the KRob Award for excellence in digital and hybrid media presented by the Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, the JIA Bronze Award presented by Japan Illustrators' Association, and his work has recently been curated to numerous exhibitions and publications including the permanent collection of Passion to Perform International Art Initiative and the JIA 100 Most Attractive Illustrators in the World. Highly determined, he has engaged in pioneering research activities and innovative design practices with leading urban design thinkers Alejandro Aravena - Elemental in Santiago, CJ Lim - Studio 8 Architects in London, and Foster + Partners in London.
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(2018) 保护天堂 Protecting Paradise
MA Postgraduate Year 5 Thesis Project
(2017) The Ministry of Ocean Wisdom
MA Postgraduate Year 4 Project
(2016) Proyecto fotográfico de América del sur
(2015) The Journal of Creative Works
BSc Undergraduate Studies
(2017) Letters to the Parliament: Denmark Host: Storefront for Art and Architecture New York and Aarhus School of Architecture
(2016) Workfutures: Scrupulous.dk Host: Office for Metropolitan Architecture and Aarhus School of Architecture
(2015) 12 Acts of Demolition Host: Office for Metropolitan Architecture and The Berlage Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design
(2014) Urban Landscapes: from Erasmus to Bruegel Host: Faculté d’architecture La Cambre Horta, Université Libre de Bruxelles
(2013) Porto Academy '13
Host: Indexnewspaper and Faculdade de Arquitectura, Universidade do Porto
(2012) Bunești School Camp
Host: Ana-Maria Goilav and Petre Guran
(2019) KRob Winners' Exhibition Host: College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs at UT Arlington
(2018) Graduate Degree Show
Host: Aarhus City Hall
(2017) CineBucharest: 100 Years of Modernity
Host: Bucharest City Museum
(2017) Architecture Moves
Host: Aarhus 2017 European Capital of Culture
(2016) National Science Fiction Convention
Host: Ion Mincu University of Architecture
(2014, 2018) Romanian Design Week Central Exhibition
Host: Bucharest Palace of Commerce
(2013) Drawing of the Year Shortlist Exhibition
Host: Aarhus School of Architecture
Books, Monographs and Print Collections
(2018) Moldoveanu, V. Protecting Paradise: The Embassy of Environmental Philanthropy. MA Year 5 Graduate Thesis, Design Project and Design Realisation Report, 2017-2018.
Aarhus: self directed publication, 292 pages.
(2017) Moldoveanu, V. The Ministry of Ocean Wisdom. MA Year 4 Design Project and Design Realisation Report, 2016-2017. London: self directed publication, 184 pages.
(2016) Moldoveanu, V. Victor + ELEMENTAL: Logbook.
Santiago de Chile: self directed publication, 92 pages.
(2016) Moldoveanu, V. The South American Photography Project: Chile, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia.
Santiago de Chile: self directed publication, 100 pages.
(2015) Moldoveanu, V. The Journal of Creative Works. My 15 Undergraduate Projects from Ion Mincu, 2008-2015.
Bucharest: self directed publication, 260 pages.
Citations and Images in National and International Magazines, Newspapers and Journals
(2019) Moldoveanu, V. Agenda: Protecting Paradise in Igloo Habitat & Architecture. Bucharest: igloo media, (189, Contemporary Architecture in China), ISBN 1538-7688.
(2019) Iănași, I. Editor's note: China. From Territory to Innovation in Igloo Habitat & Architecture. Bucharest: igloo media, (189, Contemporary Architecture in China), ISBN 1538-7688.
(2017) Baumeister, R. and Petermann, S. Scrupulous.dk at Aarhus School of Architecture: Creative Spaces.
Aarhus: Wemadethat, (VI), pp.16-17.
(2017) Pelteacu, M. and Puia, D. CineBucharest: 100 Years of Modernity: the Birth and Rise of Modern Cinema Halls in Bucharest. Bucharest: Pro Cultura Publishing and Pro Cultura Association for a History of the World's Civilizations, pp.82-89, ISBN 978-606-94265-1-7.
(2016) Ștefan, D. My Modernism: Self-denouncement.
Bucharest: Paideia, ISBN 978-606-7481-0-75.
(2014) Faurest, K., Fetzer, E., Kinga, J. and Pascariu, G. Integrated Planning and Design for Sutainable Urban Peripheries in Europe. Bucharest: Ion Mincu University Press, pp.60-61, ISBN 978-606-638-101-7.
(2012) Igloo student: CIAISIA 2012 Winners in Igloo Habitat & Architecture.
Bucharest: igloo media, (127-128), ISBN 1538-7688.
Citations and Images in Online Articles
(2019) JIA Illustration Bronze Award
(online) Accessible at: Japan Illustrators’ Association and Award Page (Acessed August 2019).
(2019) London International Creative Competition: Honourable Mention in Illustration and Graphic Design. (online) Accessible at: London International Creative Competition (Acessed June 2019).
(2019) The Archiologist Interviews. 310_Victor Moldoveanu: Protecting Paradise. (online) Accessible at: The Archiologist (Accessed May 10 2019).
(2019) The Archiologist Interviews. 309_Victor Moldoveanu: The Ministry of Ocean Wisdom. (online) Accessible at: The Archiologist (Accessed May 10 2019).
(2018) AIA Dallas KRob: Young, M., Tolla, A. and Alam, M. Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition Awards Event.
(video) Accessible at: Facebook (Accessed April 4 2019).
(2018) The Institute - Romanian Design Week. Who's Who: Victor Moldoveanu.
(online) Accessible at: The Institute (Accessed April 4 2019).
(2017) AIA Dallas KRob: Lai, J., Quevedo, S. and Kempf, P. Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition Awards Event.
(video) Accessible at: Facebook (Accessed April 4 2019).
(2017) Lynch, P. Stellar Drawings Selected as Winners of World Architecture Festival Inaugural Architecture Drawing Prize.
(online) Accessible at: ArchDaily (Accessed April 4 2019).
(2017) KoZA/rch Platform. Victor Moldoveanu, Interview.
(2017) Storefront for Art and Architecture. Letters to the Parliament: Denmark.
(online) Accessible at: Storefront for Art and Architecture (Accessed April 4 2019).
(2015) SUPER//ARCHITECTS Platform. Victor Moldoveanu, Online Feature.
(2015) VSCO with Honor. Victor Moldoveanu, Online Feature
(2015) Lapardelli, I., Bystrykh, J., Petermann, S., Culek, J., Zhang, J., Kholid, M., Gerasimova, A., Mazzocca, P., Chayasombat, P., Efklidou, N., Lubell, C. and deHartog, B. Concrete, Inevitably. (online) 12 Acts of Demolition. Accessible at: 12 Acts of Demolotion (Accessed April 4 2015).
(2014) Architecture Models. Victor Moldoveanu, Urban Hotel in Bucharest, 1/500 Model. (online) Architecture Models. Accessible at: Facebook (Accessed April 4 2015).
(2013) Araújo, F., Brás, M., Correira, T., Despretz, A., Flammer, P., Gwizdala, A., Halici, S., Jamaer, S., Martinazzo, F., Martins, J., Massagué, J., Matos, J., Micheli, L., Milerova, L., Moldoveanu, V., Monteiro, J., Oliveira, I., Ramon-Solans, L., Rebelo, M., Rocha, J., Sattin, L., Soler, A., Tanigaki, H., Tarara, A. and Zuliani, G. Poetics of Intellectual Freedom.
(ebook) Porto: Porto Academy Editorial Design Workshop, pp.44-45. Accessible at: Porto Academy (Acessed April 4 2015).
(2013) Moldoveanu, V., Nakanishi, G. H. and Serghe, O. From public program to urban context. (online) "Ion Mincu" School of Architecture Student Gallery. Accessible at: Ion Mincu (Accessed April 4 2015).
(2012) Moldoveanu, V. and Nakanishi, G. H. Public Space - Charles deGaulle Herăstrău Park Entrance.(online) "Ion Mincu" School of Architecture Student Gallery. Accessible at: Ion Mincu (Accessed April 4 2015).
Updated August 2019