Xenakis Studies is increasingly in dialogue with fields such as new media art, sound studies, performance studies, politics, ecology, parametric design in architecture, or sound art.
The 8th Forum of Architectural Science will examine the power of sources in thematic aspects of Agency and Politics, Canon and Episteme, Materiality and Mediality, and Reception and Production.
How ‘Byzantine’ was the Eighteenth century? New insights on the Christian Orthodox art and architecture of the late Ottoman Empire
This session seeks papers that investigate the evolution of the artistic and architectural expression of Eastern Orthodoxy in the long eighteenth century.
Even prior to the 1980s, which witnessed a rapid acceleration in processes of financialization under the regimes of neoliberalism, the built environment has always enjoyed an intimate relationship with finance.
The aim of the workshop is to reflect upon the multitude and diversity of current research practices. This event also marks the beginning of a doctoral course on research practices.
Within the scope of this symposium, the relationship between water and design will be discussed in the process from hunting societies to Society 5.0. As designers and engineers of the “climate change generation” it is our responsibility to contribute to the design field by looking at the past, present and future through the relationship of water and life.
The ISIE is a global interdisciplinary network of researchers interested in the design, promotion, reception, and consequence of the world’s fairs and expositions held since 1851.
The Routledge Critical Companion to Race and Architecture will address how architecture has intersected with the construct of race from the premodern era to the present, and across multiple regions including Australia, East and South Asia, Europe, Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean, the Middle East and North Africa, as well as North America.
Panel at the 110th Annual CAA Conference
The editors of Dialectic X welcome proposals for personal essays, academic articles, interviews, film, audio, or mixed media submissions that consider how contemporary architects and scholars of architecture are using their tools and training to pursue climate equity and environmental justice.
For those working on dynastic or hereditary issues in architectural history that either belong to the Victorian period, or clearly converge with it
Research and commentary and critical reflection on the state of play relating to the context and content of architectural education, as well as present personal narratives relating to race and space.