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Intended to discuss the specific contributions of individual figures, moments, and sites of exchange, the conference invites studies based on archival research that are also open to questioning the broader historical, cultural, and disciplinary conditions that shaped dialogues between architects and historians in post-war Italy.
The History and Theory group of the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning is hosting a lecture series on “materiality”.
In addition to the historical and social studies developed around these questions, this study day places the architectural, urban and landscape project at the heart of its concerns.
This three-day conference, hosted by the Department of History of Art and Architecture at Trinity College Dublin, will debate the significance and development of urban universities through their architectural and design histories.
By combining the study of cultural heritage and literature within an architectural framework, this issue of Footprint examines how the past, present and future are constantly being made in the now through both literary and design techniques.
The editors are looking for contributions that question whether ruins may still have an expressive, symbolical, functional, or critical value today.
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 Alvar Aalto Researchers’ Network is an international collaboration that serves as a channel for discussion and cooperation between people doing research on Alvar Aalto.
The anthology – marking the 50th anniversary of the seminal treatise Learning from Las Vegas – paints a portrait of Scott Brown as seen through the eyes of leading architectural historians and practitioners.
Organised around four thematic fields, the conference looks at various issues and contexts that were relevant for Corboz – in particular for his contributions to the discourse on cities, territories and urbanised landscapes.
In the 2022/23 winter semester, the “Designed Orders” series will ask, in a total of six evening lectures, how design structures the interactions of various factors and what role the conditions, norms, and tools of design play.
The History of Architectural History. Genesis and development of a scientific discipline between national perspectives and European models
The symposium will analyse the genesis and development of architectural historiography within the panorama of historical sciences, especially in relation to the history of art.