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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

The Anatomy of the Architectural Book

  Andre Tavares’ The Anatomy of the Architectural Book (CCA/Lars Müller 2016) is a remarkable book. Piecing together architectural thinking and editorial practice, Tavares studies books as vehicles not only for thinking, but for making and building. With examples ranging from Giedion

The Anatomy of the Architectural Book

  Andre Tavares’ The Anatomy of the Architectural Book (CCA/Lars Müller 2016) is a remarkable book. Piecing together architectural thinking and editorial practice, Tavares studies books as vehicles not only for thinking, but for making and building. With examples ranging from Giedion

Building Word Image: Printing Architecture 1800-1950

The study of word-image relationships is one of the most innovative and cross-disciplinary fields to have emerged in the humanities over the last decades. Yet, it is an area rarely discussed as such by architectural historians, a gap which a

Building Word Image: Printing Architecture 1800-1950

The study of word-image relationships is one of the most innovative and cross-disciplinary fields to have emerged in the humanities over the last decades. Yet, it is an area rarely discussed as such by architectural historians, a gap which a

Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014

Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014, by Mari Lending and Mari Hvattum, chronicles the exhibition Model as Ruin at the House of Artists in Oslo, November 1 – December 15, 2013. Together with master students from the Oslo School of Architecture

Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014

Modelling Time: The Permanent Collection 1925–2014, by Mari Lending and Mari Hvattum, chronicles the exhibition Model as Ruin at the House of Artists in Oslo, November 1 – December 15, 2013. Together with master students from the Oslo School of Architecture

Architecture, Travellers and Writers: Constructing Histories of Perception, 1640-1950

Does the way in which buildings are looked at, and made sense of, change over the course of time? How can we find out about this? By looking at a selection of travel writings spanning four centuries, Anne Hultzsch suggests

Architecture, Travellers and Writers: Constructing Histories of Perception, 1640-1950

Does the way in which buildings are looked at, and made sense of, change over the course of time? How can we find out about this? By looking at a selection of travel writings spanning four centuries, Anne Hultzsch suggests

Oslo Phantasmagoria on Lost Playgrounds: Form og Farve, 1924

In this chapter in the 2014 Architecture Yearbook (Pax), Mathilde Simonsen Dahl discusses Carl Wille Schnitler’s involment in the public debate on architecture. Schnitler (1879–1926), a professor in art history at the University of Oslo, published the article “Arkitekturkritikk” in the recently launched journal

Oslo Phantasmagoria on Lost Playgrounds: Form og Farve, 1924

In this chapter in the 2014 Architecture Yearbook (Pax), Mathilde Simonsen Dahl discusses Carl Wille Schnitler’s involment in the public debate on architecture. Schnitler (1879–1926), a professor in art history at the University of Oslo, published the article “Arkitekturkritikk” in the recently launched journal