Conferences

THE ARCHITECTURES OF CATALOGS | THE CATALOGS OF ARCHITECTURES

THE ARCHITECTURES OF CATALOGS | THE CATALOGS OF ARCHITECTURES 4th Candide Conference organized by the RWTH Aachen University Faculty of Architecture, Department of Architectural Theory Sponsored by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) Scientific committee: Prof. Axel Sowa, Dr. -Ing. Andrea Alberto Dutto, Ibai Rigby Conference venue: Gästehaus der RWTH Aachen Melatener

Sustainable Euregio – 1st ARCHIREG Symposium

"Sustainable Euregio - Care, Ecology, Recycling" is the programmatic title of the first ARCHIREG symposium. ARCHIREG, a federative network of the architecture schools of Aachen, Hasselt, Liège, Maastricht and the Academy of the Chamber of Crafts Aachen, unites teachers and students of the Rhine-Meuse region

Photography as visual Urbanism

3rd Candide Conference 31.01.2019-01.02.2019   In recent years, visual urbanism has emerged as a new research field. Being aware of the photography’s potentials and constraints in practice (such as photographic objectification) and being critical of street photography, researchers using critical visual methodologies in anthropology (Banks 2001; Pink 2007), cultural studies (Lister

Architecture as a matter of dispute

2. Candide Conference 29 - 31 January 2015 Aachen, Germany   The complex relationship between architecture and conflict will be discussed at the conference "Architecture as a Matter of Dispute". By considering architecture as a matter of dispute, it is possible for us to gain new knowledge about architectural

Constructing Knowledge

Conference, Aachen, 5-6 November 2009 There are repeated calls at university level for architects to excel in research as well. This is something that does not come easily to the discipline, which is attuned between practice and teaching. The "Constructing Knowledge / Das Wissen der Architektur" conference

HörMal!

Sound worlds and sound bodies from man to city Interdisciplinary & International Conference, RWTH Aachen University, 9-10 July 2009 There is neither silent architecture nor is there a silent city. Even if no one would dispute this assertion, architects and planners hardly ever consider the sonic dimension