International Conference: 'The Early Modern Villa: Senses and Perceptions versus Materiality'

The Conference will be held between 15-17th of October 2014, at the Wilanów Palace Orangery, Warszawa, Poland.
The focus of the conference will be to show The role of the senses and sensual perception in the planning, design, as well as functioning and reception of the villa (c. 1450-1800) – set against the essential materiality of architecture and nature.
Participation requires previous registration. Entrance to Palace Gardens during the Conference is free with a password: ‘Villa Conference’.
Conference is free of charge, with the exception of an optional lunch, which can be purchased at the time of registration.
Since places are limited, kindly respond to this invitation before 10th October, by sending an email to: villaconference2014[at]muzeum-wilanow.pl

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