Posts Tagged: illustrated press

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

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

The Visual and the Verbal Symposium, University of Brighton

‘It is not the voice that commands the story but the ear.’ – With this quote from Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities, Emma Cheatle and Catalina Mejia Moreno introduced their symposium The Visual & the Verbal at the University of Brighton

The Visual and the Verbal Symposium, University of Brighton

‘It is not the voice that commands the story but the ear.’ – With this quote from Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities, Emma Cheatle and Catalina Mejia Moreno introduced their symposium The Visual & the Verbal at the University of Brighton

illustration, n.

In the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), the noun ‘illustration’ makes for some interesting reading. Broadly, current usage of the term is divided into an action and a material object – the image. For the former, two senses are given: ‘The

illustration, n.

In the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), the noun ‘illustration’ makes for some interesting reading. Broadly, current usage of the term is divided into an action and a material object – the image. For the former, two senses are given: ‘The

NORDIK 2015: mapping unchartered territories

The annual art history conference NORDIK has chosen the topic “mapping unchartered territories” for its 2015 conference in Iceland. The Printed & Built project runs a double session in NORDIK 2015, studying the mediation of modern architecture in genres as different

NORDIK 2015: mapping unchartered territories

The annual art history conference NORDIK has chosen the topic “mapping unchartered territories” for its 2015 conference in Iceland. The Printed & Built project runs a double session in NORDIK 2015, studying the mediation of modern architecture in genres as different

SAH 2015 in Chicago: A Short Review of all Things Printed & Built

The 68th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians in Chicago this April featured a truly breath-taking array of papers on all sorts of topics concerned, in some way or another, with architectural history. Within the 36 paper sessions,

SAH 2015 in Chicago: A Short Review of all Things Printed & Built

The 68th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians in Chicago this April featured a truly breath-taking array of papers on all sorts of topics concerned, in some way or another, with architectural history. Within the 36 paper sessions,