Last 17 and 18 December 2018 the kick-off meeting of the InnovaRoom project took place. For two days, representatives from each participating country (Romania, Cyprus, Italy, Denmark and Spain) shared different sessions to develop the agenda proposed by the hosts. Those aspects that needed to be specified and decided for the proper development of the project that will last 18 months were also discussed.
There were two intense days of meetings that began with a presentation from each of the project’s partner institutions, as well as a brief explanation of the project, mainly emphasizing the aims of the project, expected results and road map.
The explanation of the budget assigned to each of the countries was also very important, as well as the study of the cooperation agreement between the partners.
After the meal, three architects from the Polytechnic University of Valencia attended the meeting. They made a presentation about their work, related to innovation in educational spaces. Some
students from our high school also attended the presentation.
Examples of good practices and discussion by:
Sentieri Omarrementeria, Carla
Profesora Titular del Departamento de proyectos arquitectónicos de la Escuela de Arquitectura de la UPV
Mejía Vallejo, Clara Elena
Profesora Contratada Doctora del Departamento de proyectos arquitectónicos de la Escuela de Arquitectura de la UPV
Cardells Mosteiro, Paula
Técnico Superior de Programas de Intercambio
Internacional de la Escuela de Arquitectura de la UPV
On December 18 the InnovaRoom team was received by the Mayor of Moncada at the City Hall, there, she welcomed us and was updated on the project and its proposed objectives.
After that, a working session was held to continue dealing with the more formal aspects of the project, such as communication activities and impact, quality plan and risk management, definition of last project roles…
To finish, the different countries presented some possible logos for the project and it was agreed to carry out a vote via google drive to choose who would represent our project. In the case of our IES, the logos presented were designed by a group of our secondary school students.