Research Interests: Contemporary Theories of Adaptive Reuse, Historic Preservation, and Architectural Revivals
Ciprian Buzilă completed a Master’s in Sacred Space and Vernacular Architecture (2011, Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism/UAUIM) after obtaining two Bachelor degrees: one in Art History (2003, National University of Arts in Bucharest) and another one in Furniture and Interior Design (2010, UAUIM). He worked as referent at the National Institute for Historic Monuments and as a scientific researcher at UAUIM in Bucharest. He was awarded a “Vasile Pârvan” scholarship (2012-2014) at the Romanian Academy in Rome and a Fulbright Junior Award (2014-2015) at University of Cincinnati. He is interested in history and theory of Historic Preservation, in general, and in the phenomenon of conversion of old buildings, in particular.