CONFERENCE: How to Narrate the History of Architecture? Haifa, 7-8 May 2018

CONFERENCE: How to Narrate the History of Architecture? Haifa, 7-8 May 2018

The international conference celebrating the Centenary of Birth of Architectural Historian Bruno Zevi:
How to Narrate the History of Architecture?
organized by the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planing, Technion and the Avie and Sarah Arenson Built Heritage Research Center, will take place at the Technion’s historic building in Hadar – The Madatech, Architecture Hall on 7-8 May 2018.
The programme of the conference can be accessed here.
For registration please contact brunozevi100@gmail.com

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