Category Archives: conference

P&B Finale!

  The Printed and the Built project came to an end in June 2018, after nearly four years of in-depth studies, heated debates, and generous scholarly exchange. To celebrate the end of the project we invited professor Alina Payne from

P&B Finale!

  The Printed and the Built project came to an end in June 2018, after nearly four years of in-depth studies, heated debates, and generous scholarly exchange. To celebrate the end of the project we invited professor Alina Payne from

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 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

Architecture, Festival and the City: the P&B team at AHRA, Birmingham

Several members of the Printed and the Built team last week attended the 14th Architectural Humanities Research Association Conference at the School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City University. Mari Hvattum gave the keynote ‘On Festival  and Failure’, while Iver Tangen

Architecture, Festival and the City: the P&B team at AHRA, Birmingham

Several members of the Printed and the Built team last week attended the 14th Architectural Humanities Research Association Conference at the School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City University. Mari Hvattum gave the keynote ‘On Festival  and Failure’, while Iver Tangen

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

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