In an effort to bring Bauer’s legacies together in conversation, Penner and housing historian Matthew Lasner aim to convene a panel at the Nineteenth National Conference on Planning History, sponsored by the Society for American City and Regional Planning History.
A key objective of the symposium will be to connect architectural research with wider political concerns around democracy, protest and populism and we are particularly attentive to processes of public engagement and empowerment, social stratification and elitism.
The Symposium Under the Landscape aims for a critical reevaluation of the very term and notion of the ‘landscape’ and its potential value as a meeting ground for strategic collaborations.
rita_ is an indexed journal of academic texts that publishes articles, essays and critical reviews, related to the project, theory and practice of architecture from its widest spectrum of action and thought.
The Saturated Space Research Cluster at the Architectural Association School of Architecture is looking for exciting new articles about architecture, urbanism and space in which colour is the central protagonist.
Para-colonial – Colonial – Post-colonial: Influences and Transactions in the Architecture of Oceania (1840–1990)
Extended Deadline: 10 January 2022. Knowledge on colonial architecture in the South Pacific is still sparse. Connections with pre-colonial settings and the post-colonial afterlife of this built legacy are often missing.
In identifying the potential of the Oeuvre of Erich Mendelsohn (1887-1953) for a transnational serial nomination as UNESCO World Heritage, organizers invite papers that offer new perspectives on his life, his architecture, and their influence, and on strategies for such a nomination
This symposium explores the history of the idea of ‘zero degree’ of architectural writing, as it moved across the globe in various media and theatres of debate, and its resonance in the present.
With long-shared disciplinary interests in the design of cities and urban areas, architects and planners have an intersecting (crossing) lineage through numerous historical figures, movements and events.
The undeniable strength of digital tools resides in how, and by what means, they might contribute to a more environmentally, politically and socially responsible architectural practice.
The symposium is dedicated to the medium of exhibition, the phenomenon of exhibiting visual arts, architecture, and design, and questions regarding the art system in Slovenia in the context of the broader Central-European framework from the 19th century until today.
The conference will celebrate and interrogate architecture’s many, multi-faceted narratives.