This session proposes to study the material culture of magnificence in early modern cities as a specific topic.
Metode invites artists, designers, and architects to unite with researchers from the humanities to explore creative and risky ways of assembling new knowledge about surfaces through words and works.
Vast amounts of data of the built environment are continuously generated, stored, retrieved, updated, edited, and resaved – a seemingly endless cycle of coding and recoding of the past and the present, and of possible futures.
A special issue of Architectural Theory Review (vol. 27, no. 1), edited by Sven Sterken (KU Leuven)
and Dennis Pohl (TU Delft/Karlsruhe Institute of Technology).
This third issue will explore the implications of technologies on humans and ecologies in the era of climate catastrophes and increasing instability.
Environmental awareness has grown steadily over the past decades, shaping public conduct and everyday practices at nearly all levels of society.
GAM.19 is interested in the tensions arising between these poles of the architectural
profession and asks about different manifestations of architecture as a professional practice.
Through its framework and biannually varying thematic foci, the conference encourages contributions that critically engage with the existing frameworks and convictions that shape architectural discourse, practices, and constructs.
By bringing a strong critical background to its proposal, the EC shuns the revival of the Bauhaus as a mere brand and transforms it into a productive engine to address the problems of the 21st century.
Humanities Bulletin is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed Journal which features original studies and reviews in the various branches of Humanities, including History, Literature, Philosophy, Arts.
The workshop focuses on the hospital as both object and hyper-object of architecture and design, in the light of its historical and contemporary transformations, from the scale of the bed to the scale of the city.
Reconceiving urban planning strategies and cities after the big oil crisis of the 1970s: New challenges and the new mobility and ecology turn
The “new mobility turn” goes hand in hand with the intention to explore urban planning strategies that aim to contribute to a significant reduction in the use of individual car, and to an increase of the use of public transportation in our everyday life.