The Printed and the Built

The Printed and the Built. Architecture and Public Debate in Modern Europe is a multidisciplinary research project situated at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design / the Oslo Centre for Critical Architectural Studies (OCCAS), in collaboration with the University of Oslo,

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The Printed and the Built

The Printed and the Built. Architecture and Public Debate in Modern Europe is a multidisciplinary research project situated at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design / the Oslo Centre for Critical Architectural Studies (OCCAS), in collaboration with the University of Oslo,

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Liverpool: Architecture and Society in the Age of Reform (1760-1840)

The new AHRC-funded international research network on Architecture and Society in an Age of Reform aims to establish a dynamic, long-lasting, multi- and interdisciplinary research forum to investigate the relationship between architecture and society in the period 1760-1840. On 19-20 September

Liverpool: Architecture and Society in the Age of Reform (1760-1840)

The new AHRC-funded international research network on Architecture and Society in an Age of Reform aims to establish a dynamic, long-lasting, multi- and interdisciplinary research forum to investigate the relationship between architecture and society in the period 1760-1840. On 19-20 September

Launching the Architectural Magazine: The Formation of a Genre

It is now a few years that one of the UK’s leading weekly architectural magazines, Building Design, seized its print production and moved all its contents online and yet, at the point of its potential disappearance, we know little about

Launching the Architectural Magazine: The Formation of a Genre

It is now a few years that one of the UK’s leading weekly architectural magazines, Building Design, seized its print production and moved all its contents online and yet, at the point of its potential disappearance, we know little about

Coming Back to Haunt You

Mari Hvattum hosts the session ‘Coming Back to Haunt You: The History of Rejecting History in Architecture’ at the European Architectural History Network’s biennial conference in Tallin, 14-16 June 2018. http://eahn2018conference.ee/  The call for papers are open until 30 September and abstracts

Coming Back to Haunt You

Mari Hvattum hosts the session ‘Coming Back to Haunt You: The History of Rejecting History in Architecture’ at the European Architectural History Network’s biennial conference in Tallin, 14-16 June 2018. http://eahn2018conference.ee/  The call for papers are open until 30 September and abstracts

CfP: Architectural Criticism and Public Debate, CLARA Architecture/Recherche

Special Issue in: CLARA Architecture / Recherche Journal Guest Editors: Hélène Jannière and Paolo Scrivano Deadline: 15 October 2017   Emerging from the work of the international research program Mapping Architectural Criticism. A cartography of architectural criticism, XXth-XXIst centuries, papers are

CfP: Architectural Criticism and Public Debate, CLARA Architecture/Recherche

Special Issue in: CLARA Architecture / Recherche Journal Guest Editors: Hélène Jannière and Paolo Scrivano Deadline: 15 October 2017   Emerging from the work of the international research program Mapping Architectural Criticism. A cartography of architectural criticism, XXth-XXIst centuries, papers are

Blaker’s Print World

The Printed & Built + PriArc project team visited Guttorm Guttormsgaard and his legendary collection at Blaker in May 2017, gearing up to the OCCAS/PriArc Blaker elective course, taking place in the autumn of 2017. Guttormsgaard’s collection contains extraordinary print culture

Blaker’s Print World

The Printed & Built + PriArc project team visited Guttorm Guttormsgaard and his legendary collection at Blaker in May 2017, gearing up to the OCCAS/PriArc Blaker elective course, taking place in the autumn of 2017. Guttormsgaard’s collection contains extraordinary print culture

Norwegian publication history seminar

Printed & Built PhD Iver Tangen Stensrud spoke on Norwegian illustrated magazines at the seminar “Norwegian print culture 1800-1850”, organized by the National Library of Norway, 1 June 2017. With a keynote by the well-known book historian James Raven and

Norwegian publication history seminar

Printed & Built PhD Iver Tangen Stensrud spoke on Norwegian illustrated magazines at the seminar “Norwegian print culture 1800-1850”, organized by the National Library of Norway, 1 June 2017. With a keynote by the well-known book historian James Raven and

Future Passé, a PriArc Conference

The Victoria & Albert Museum, along with the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, is convening the full-day conference, Future Passé, on Friday 2 June 2017, 10-5:30pm. Main speakers: Historian of Technology David Edgerton, Architectural Historian Barbara Penner, Geographer Gillian Rose, Architect Liam

Future Passé, a PriArc Conference

The Victoria & Albert Museum, along with the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, is convening the full-day conference, Future Passé, on Friday 2 June 2017, 10-5:30pm. Main speakers: Historian of Technology David Edgerton, Architectural Historian Barbara Penner, Geographer Gillian Rose, Architect Liam