Victor Moldoveanu is a borderless creative professional interested in interdisciplinary research and design concerning the future of the built urban environment. He holds a graduate degree in architecture 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.

Professional Associations: Royal Institute of British Architects, UK Architects Registration Board, Danish Association of Architects, Romanian Chamber of Architects, Japan Illustrators Association

Employment: Foster + Partners, CJ Lim Studio 8 Architects, Alejandro Aravena Elemental

Publications: Kanie, T. 100 Most Attractive Illustrators of the World. Japan Illustrators Association, 2020. Fletcher, M. Visual Communication for Architects and Designers. Routledge, 2020

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Work

(2018) 保护天堂 Protecting Paradise
MA Postgraduate Year 5 Thesis, Design Project and Design Realisation Report

(2017) The Ministry of Ocean Wisdom

MA Postgraduate Year 4 Design Project and Design Realisation Report

(2016) Proyecto fotográfico de América del sur: Chile, Argentina, Peru, Bolivia

(2016) Victor + Elemental Chile: Logbook.

(2015) The Journal of Creative Works. My 15 Projects from Ion Mincu School of Architecture



Research

(2017) Letters to the Parliament: Denmark
Host: Eva Franch Gilabert, Storefront for Art and Architecture

(2016) Scrupulous.dk: Future of the Workplace Consultancy
Host: Stephan Petermann, OMA

(2015) 12 Acts of Demolition Masterclass
Host: Stephan Petermann and Janna Bystrykh, OMA and Salomon Frausto, The Berlage

(2014) Integrated Planning and Design for Sutainable Urban Peripheries in Europe. Urban Landscapes from Erasmus to Bruegel
Host: 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
Group Exhibitions

(2020) Beta Competition 2020. Host: Timisoara Biennial of Architecture

(2019) Drawing Attention: The Digital Culture of Contemporary Architectural Drawings. Work: Ocean Cleaning by Professor CJ Lim Studio 8 Architects with Research Team Jason Ho and Victor Moldoveanu. Curators: Jeremy Ficca, Amy Kulper and Grace La. Host: Roca London Gallery

(2019) KRob Winners' Exhibition. Host: College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs at UT Arlington

(2018) Aarhus School of Architecture Graduate Show. Curator: Karen Kjaergaard. Host: Aarhus City Hall

(2017) CineBucharest: 100 Years of Modern Cinema. Authors: Mihaela Pelteacu, Daniela Maria Puia. Host: Bucharest City Museum

(2017) Architecture Moves. Host: Aarhus European Capital of Culture

(2014, 2018) Romanian Design Week Central Exhibition. Host: Bucharest Palace of Commerce

(2013) Drawing of the Year Short-list Exhibition. Host: Aarhus School of Architecture
Honours

(2019) Finalist at Architizer One Drawing Challenge

(2019) Bronze Award Presented by Japan Illustrators' Association

(2019) Honourable Mention Presented by London International Creative Competition

(2019) Selection to ‘Passion to Perform’ Permanent Collection and Aquired by Yamana Gold International Art Initiative

(2018) Award for Excellence in Digital and Hybrid Media Presented by AIA Dallas KRob Memorial Delineation Competition

(2017) Juror’s Citation by Steven Quevedo Presented by AIA Dallas KRob Memorial Delineation Competition

(2017) Short-list at The  Architecture Drawing Prize at World Architecture Festival

(2015) Short-list at ISARCH International Student Awards

(2013) Short-list at Drawing of the Year International Student Competition

(2012) Short-list at Inspired Ideas Competition: A Tree House

(2012) Third Prize Presented by CASA The Annual Competition for Architecture Students













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