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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The Printed and the Built Exhibition

The Printed and the Built project is proud to announce the opening of The Printed and the Built exhibition at the Architecture Museum in Oslo. Curated and produced by master students from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design under the leadership of

The Printed and the Built Exhibition

The Printed and the Built project is proud to announce the opening of The Printed and the Built exhibition at the Architecture Museum in Oslo. Curated and produced by master students from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design under the leadership of

Architecture Published Roundtable: Past Present Future

As part of the EAHN interest group Building Word Image, Anne Hultzsch (AHO) and Catalina Mejía Moreno (Brighton University / Universidad de los Andes, Colombia) are organising a roundtable at the next Biannual Conference of the European Architectural History Network in

Architecture Published Roundtable: Past Present Future

As part of the EAHN interest group Building Word Image, Anne Hultzsch (AHO) and Catalina Mejía Moreno (Brighton University / Universidad de los Andes, Colombia) are organising a roundtable at the next Biannual Conference of the European Architectural History Network in

The Printed and the Built – THE BOOK

Drumroll please……. we are thrilled to present the cover of our forthcoming book, The Printed and the Built: Architecture, Print Culture, and Public Debate in the Nineteenth Century (Bloomsbury). In it, many of our favourite scholars explore the intricate relationship

The Printed and the Built – THE BOOK

Drumroll please……. we are thrilled to present the cover of our forthcoming book, The Printed and the Built: Architecture, Print Culture, and Public Debate in the Nineteenth Century (Bloomsbury). In it, many of our favourite scholars explore the intricate relationship

Plaster Monuments: Architecture and the Power of Reproduction

Mari Lending’s new book, Plaster Monuments: Architecture and he Power of Reproduction, was launched last month in the most fitting of settings: the cast courts of the Victoria and Albert Museum of London. The Royal Norwegian Embassy in London and the

Plaster Monuments: Architecture and the Power of Reproduction

Mari Lending’s new book, Plaster Monuments: Architecture and he Power of Reproduction, was launched last month in the most fitting of settings: the cast courts of the Victoria and Albert Museum of London. The Royal Norwegian Embassy in London and the

The Architecture of the Architecture Book

Part of a set of two events (Paris, Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian, 21-22 November 2017, and Zürich, gta Institut für Geschichte und Theorie der Architektur, 1 December 2017), this conference brought together scholars and practitioners to discuss the nature of the

The Architecture of the Architecture Book

Part of a set of two events (Paris, Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian, 21-22 November 2017, and Zürich, gta Institut für Geschichte und Theorie der Architektur, 1 December 2017), this conference brought together scholars and practitioners to discuss the nature of the

World Histories of Architecture: the Emergence of a New Genre in the Nineteenth Century

Last November, Mari Hvattum and Anne Hultzsch took part in a very rich workshop on the emergence of a new genre of architectural historiography in the 19th century: the world history, survey, or handbook. Invited by Petra Brouwer, Christopher Drew

World Histories of Architecture: the Emergence of a New Genre in the Nineteenth Century

Last November, Mari Hvattum and Anne Hultzsch took part in a very rich workshop on the emergence of a new genre of architectural historiography in the 19th century: the world history, survey, or handbook. Invited by Petra Brouwer, Christopher Drew

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Opportunity: Postdoctoral Fellow in Architectural Criticism, Rennes University

Rennes University has advertised for a short-term postdoctoral position (18 months) starting from March 2018. The postdoctoral project will be part of the research network Mapping Architectural Criticism. The candidate’s scientific project, covering a period which can range from the beginning

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Opportunity: Postdoctoral Fellow in Architectural Criticism, Rennes University

Rennes University has advertised for a short-term postdoctoral position (18 months) starting from March 2018. The postdoctoral project will be part of the research network Mapping Architectural Criticism. The candidate’s scientific project, covering a period which can range from the beginning