CFP: SAHGB Symposium – The Tercentenary of Vitruvius Britannicus: Architectural Books in Eighteenth Century Britain (16 May 2015)

Submission deadline: 31 October 2014 The 2015 SAHGB annual symposium will mark the Tercentenary of the publication of volume I of Vitruvius Britannicus: a formative text in the history of British Architecture which went on to inspire authors and architects at home and abroad for many years. Although Colen Campbell...

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CFP: Architektur als Streitsache / Architecture as Matter of Contention (Aachen, 29-31 Jan 15)

Faculty of Architecture, RWTH Aachen, January 29-31, 2015  Organized by the Department of Architectural Theory, Prof. Axel Sowa und Lutz Robbers, Ph.D., RWTH Aachen University, in cooperation with Candide. Journal for Architectural Knowledge Deadline: September 20, 2014 Vom 29. bis 31.Januar 2015 findet an der RWTH-Aachen die zweite...

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CFP: TABULA RASA Graduate Research Symposium 2015 in Pamplona

The School of Architecture of the University of Navarra in collaboration with the European Architectural History Network (EAHN) and the support of Museum University of Navarra calls for proposals by PhD candidates in architecture and other fields related to it to participate in its 1st Graduate Research Symposium, which...

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CfP: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 2015: River Cities: Historical and Contemporary

The dynamic relationships between cities and their rivers, a landscape of potentially critical adaptability and resilience, is the focus of the 2015 Garden and Landscape Studies Symposium at Dumbarton Oaks. Building on the emergence of urban humanities and urban landscape history, we propose to consider the urban river as...

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CFP: Dramatic Architectures. Places of Drama – Drama for Places

CFP: International Conference: Dramatic Architectures. Places of Drama – Drama for Places Escola Superior Artística do Porto, November 3-4, 2014 Architecture and theatre have had a close connection throughout time, but this connection, and the ways these two art forms intertwine through multiple dimensions is still an undeveloped field...

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Call for contributions – Display Architecture: Department Stores and Modern Retail

Display Architecture: Department Stores and Modern Retail The opening in the mid-nineteenth century of the first “cathedrals of consumption” that were the department stores gave birth to an array of strategies meant to enhance the presentation of merchandise. From innovative use of materials (glass and iron) and new lighting...

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Call for Proposals: Cities Methodologies October 2014, London

Call for Proposals: Cities Methodologies October 2014 Call closes: 20 June 2014, 5pm Exhibition dates: 28 – 31 October 2014 Cities Methodologies, organised by UCL Urban Laboratory, is a pan-UCL initiative to showcase innovative methods in urban research, drawing together work from undergraduate programmes, through to PhD studies,...

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CfP: Aalto Beyond Finland. Architecture and Design, 16-18 February 2015

AALTO BEYOND FINLAND. ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN 2nd Alvar Aalto Researchers Network Seminar Rovaniemi, Finland 16-18 February 2015 Call for papers The 2nd Alvar Aalto Researchers Network Seminar, “Aalto beyond Finland. Architecture and Design” aims to create a network of researchers interested in the work of the Finnish architect Alvar...

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CfP Ordinary Beauty: The Photography of Edwin Smith (RIBA, London)

The RIBA invites papers from photographers, researchers, academics, curators and students in conjunction with the first major retrospective of the work of the British architectural photographer Edwin Smith (1912-1971) – Ordinary Beauty: The Photography of Edwin Smith. Interested participants are invited to submit a 300-word abstract, brief biography and...

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CfP RSA Berlin: EAHN-sponsored session Territories & Networks in Early Modern Cities,

61st Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America, Berlin, 26-28 March 2015 Session sponsored by the European Architectural History Network Early modern cities are characterized by the development of complex social, political, economic, and cultural relationships that found expression at a variety of scales in the built environment. Buildings...

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