The webinars will feature short design videos prepared by the shortlisted teams that include design professionals, architecture students, and healthcare practitioners.
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The aim of the conference series is to compare the uses, practices and techniques applied in the gardens of Europe and East Asia. With the fourth edition of the conference series we extend the discourse to the Islamic cultural sphere. Alongside a certain form of universality in the function of the garden (pleasure, display of power, ceremonial, reclusion but also production), the scholars are questioning, from one continent to another, the extraordinary diversity of the elements that make up a garden, of the forms and devices that implement it and of the representations that express its nature.
A special online panel organized around the discussion of editorial politics and Open Access as ways for scholarly publications to perform as agents of activism.
This visit allows you to (re)discover Art Nouveau, its multiple forms and different media on which it was used until it became a form of art.
This workshop gives participants the opportunity to examine and discuss the architectural drawings of Leonardo da Vinci and his contemporaries using facsimiles.
A series of talks and discussions showcasing new research and approaches to thinking about buildings, cities, and landscapes in Britain and elsewhere.
Marianna Charitonidou explores how the mutations of the means of representation in architecture and urban planning relate to the significance of city’s inhabitants.
The aim of this symposium is to investigate emerging themes, identifying those figures, exhibitions, editorial
projects and paradigmatic constructions that support, or that have driven, particular critical approaches.
A lecture series on post-war exchanges on educational policy and school building.
The Wild West meets Rome: Roman Architecture at The Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition, Omaha (1898)
The Institute for the Study of International Expositions (ISIE) presents “New Perspectives on National Pavilions at World Fairs.” This is the second lecture in the series.
Professor Tim Benton, a widely-cited expert on the work of Le Corbusier and Eileen Gray, will present a fascinating exploration of Badovici’s approach to his work on the modest Vézelay buildings.
This Talk Series brings together renowned academics and scholars of Japanese architecture and urbanism with the intent to present an overview of representative examples of buildings and designers which prompted a radical phase of change in the construction of larger cities and new modern buildings and infrastructures in Japan from the Meiji Era to the contemporary period.