Reformulation

Book of Proceedings

Conference for Artistic and Architectural Research
& Collective Evaluation of Design-driven Doctoral Training Programme

Reformulation:
Book of Proceedings

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture
and Academy of Fine Arts and Design

Ljubljana and online, 24–28 September 2021

01 / Reformulation

The CA²RE / CA²RE+ LJUBLJANA event is a part of the CA²RE+ Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership. It is the 5th of 6 Intensive Study Programmes for Doctoral Candidates with­in the Strategic Partnership run­ning 2019 – 2022. The project is devel­oped as a par­al­lel and a trig­ger to the con­ti­nu­ity of the CA2RE Conferences for Artistic and Architectural REsearch.

The Ljubljana event addressed the top­ic REFORMULATION. The event built on the top­ics: OBSERVATION, SHARING, COMPARISON, and REFLECTION explored at pre­vi­ous CA2RE+ events. It rep­re­sent­ed a first step in build­ing an extend­ed DDr FRAMEWORK.

The event strived to refor­mu­late and refresh the idea of the doc­tor­al eval­u­a­tion train­ing as an event. It trans­lat­ed and expand­ed the DDr STRATEGIES and EVALUATION process­es to increase their rel­e­vance to relat­ed dis­ci­plines that have pre­vi­ous­ly informed DDr. This step rede­fined the expe­ri­en­tial DDr knowl­edge expli­ca­tion through per­for­mances and dis­cus­sions with the broad­est pos­si­ble audi­ence. It aimed to iden­ti­fy the bound­aries of DDr's rel­e­vance: when is the approach spe­cif­ic enough to be engag­ing and gener­ic enough to be applicable?

The event raised the ques­tion of what the CA2RE com­mu­ni­ty needs to refor­mu­late to strength­en DDr: How can we qual­i­fy the dif­fer­ent lev­els of obser­va­tions and reflec­tions on the research to eval­u­ate the qual­i­ty of DDr? How can we address gen­er­al research cri­te­ria of rel­e­vance, rigour and orig­i­nal­i­ty in ways that make them stim­u­lat­ing for researchers and strength­en the inter­sub­jec­tiv­i­ty of DDr? How can we improve our under­stand­ing of the process­es of ongo­ing DDr? How can design ques­tions be direct­ed into research ques­tions and aims, and how do we assess the research rel­e­vance of these ques­tions and aims? How can rela­tion­al and sit­u­a­tion­al design activ­i­ties become rel­e­vant research con­tri­bu­tions out­side their spe­cif­ic con­text, and how does this become rel­e­vant for oth­er research approach­es? How can the indi­vid­ual researchers approach their research to make it acces­si­ble for new pan­el­lists? How can we trans­late the com­mon ground and shared under­stand­ings that are devel­oped through DDr to new audi­ences? To rephrase, redraw, recon­sti­tute, retrans­form, recon­struct, regen­er­ate … are all actions described dur­ing the last CA2RE/CA2RE+ event in Hamburg. What do they refor­mu­late, why, how and when? The CA2RE/CA2RE+ Ljubljana dis­cus­sion will engage in these type of questions.

LJUBLJANA expressed its artis­tic and archi­tec­tur­al research tra­di­tion through this project step with its sen­si­tiv­i­ty to del­i­cate and even vul­ner­a­ble places of our con­tem­po­rary archi­tec­tur­al and urban envi­ron­ments. The archi­tec­tur­al cul­ture in Slovenia reflects the small-scale hybrid land­scapes of set­tle­ments with a very high lev­el of vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty of places, due to both nat­ur­al and cul­tur­al spa­tial dynam­ics. The research cul­ture is thus hybrid and inclu­sive, open and flex­i­ble to a wide vari­ety of DDr research approaches. 

LJUBLJANA also built on the expe­ri­ence as the orga­niz­er of the sec­ond in the CA²RE con­fer­ence series in Autumn 2017. If that event was ori­ent­ed to the supradis­ci­pli­nary field or the arts and archi­tec­ture, the CA²RE+ in Autumn 2021 looked to the wider con­text of human­i­ties and social sci­ences. It took the advan­tage of the estab­lished research ties between the Faculty of Architecture, the Academy of Fine Arts and Design, and also the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Social Sciences. It brought envi­ron­men­tal psy­chol­o­gists, philoso­phers, anthro­pol­o­gists, urban soci­ol­o­gists, geo­g­ra­phers, experts in cul­tur­al stud­ies, experts in human resource man­age­ment, and oth­er relat­ed experts into the discussion.

02 / Position Statements, Keynotes, Workshops

03 / Artefacts, Extended Abstracts, Papers

04 / Program

Program is accessible on the program page.

05 / Conference organizers and partners

Conference hosts

CA²RE in association

CA²RE+ Partners

06 / Scientific Committee

Anders Kruse Aagaard
Dr., Aarhus School of Architecture

Naime Esra Akin
Assoc. Prof., PhD., Aarhus School of Architecture, EAAE

Joaquim Almeida
Prof. Dr., Departamento de Arquitectura, Universidade de Coimbra

Oya Atalay Franck
Prof. Dr., Director of the ZHAW School of Architecture, Design and Civil Engineering; EAAE, ARENA

Alper Alkan
Senior Lecturer, Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft

Matthias Ballestrem
Prof. Dr., HafenCity University Hamburg; EAAE

Fabrizia Berlingieri
Assistant Prof., Department of Architecture and Urban Design, Politecnico di Milano

Anđelka Bnin-Bninski
Dr., Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade; ARENA

Manuel Bogalheiro
Prof. Dr., Departamento de Arte dos Media, University Lusófona of Porto

Ignacio Borrego
Prof. Dr., Institute of Architecture, TU Berlin

Boštjan Botas Kenda
Prof., Academy of Fine Arts and Design, University of Ljubljana

Andrea Braidt
Mag. Dr., Academy of Fine Arts Vienna; ELIA

Roberto Cavallo
Prof. Dr., Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft; EAAE, ARENA

Graça Correia
Prof. Dr., Departamento de Arquitectura, University Lusófona of Porto

Johan De Walsche
Prof. Dr., Faculty of Design Sciences, University of Antwerp; EAAE, ARENA

Débora Domingo Calabuig
Prof. Dr., Universitat Politècnica de València; EAAE

Riet Eeckhout
Dr., Faculty of Architecture, KU Leuven

J. Kent Fitzsimons
Assoc. Prof. Dr., École nationale supérieure d’architecture et de paysage de Bordeaux, France; EAAE

Lidia Gasperoni
Dr., Institute of Architecture, TU Berlin

Andrea Gritti
Assoc. Prof. Dr., Department of Architecture and Urban Design, Politecnico di Milano

Anke Haarmann
Prof. Dr., HAW Hamburg, Department Design, Zentrum für Designforschung

Christoph Heinemann
Prof., HafenCity University Hamburg

Karin Helms
Prof., PhD, Arkitektur- og design­høgskolen i Oslo (AHO)

Matevž Juvančič
Assistant Prof. Dr., Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana

Bernd Kniess
Prof., HafenCity University Hamburg

Thierry Lagrange
Prof. Dr., Faculty of Architecture, KU Leuven

Jacopo Leveratto
Assistant Prof., Politecnico di Milano

Mona Mahall
Prof. Dr., HafenCity University Hamburg

Michael McGarry
Prof., Queen’s University Belfast

Elena Montanari
Assistant Prof. Dr., Politecnico di Milano

Ralf Pasel
Prof., Institute of Architecture, TU Berlin

Claus Peder Pedersen
Prof. Dr., Aarhus School of Architecture; EAAE, ELIA

Mark Pimlott
Assistant Prof., Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft

Gennaro Postiglione
Prof. Dr., Politecnico di Milano

Paul O Robinson
Assistant Prof., Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana

Alessandro Rocca
Prof. Dr., Department of Architecture and Urban Design, Politecnico di Milano

Edite Rosa
Prof. Dr., Departamento de Arquitectura, Faculty of Architecture, University Lusófona of Porto

Mia Roth-Čeri­na
Assoc. Prof. Dr., Faculty of Architecture, University of Zagreb; EAAE

Sofia Salema
Assistant Prof. Dr., Departamento de Arquitectura, University of Évora

Markus Schwai
Prof. Dr., Department of Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Architecture and Design, NTNU Trondheim

Sally Stewart
Prof., Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow School of Art, UK, EAAE

Eli Støa
Prof. Dr., Department of Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Architecture and Design, NTNU Trondheim

Pier Paolo Tamburelli
Assistant Prof., Politecnico di Milano

Ana Telles
Assoc. Prof., School of the Arts, University of Évora, Portugal; ELIA

Maria Topolčanská
PhD., Akademie výt­varných umění v Praze, Czech Republic, ELIA

Manuela Triggianese
Assistant Prof. Dr., Department of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft

Johan Van Den Berghe
Prof. Dr., Faculty of Architecture, KU Leuven

Esther Venrooij
Prof. Dr., LUCA School of Arts, Ghent

Boštjan Vuga
Associate Prof., Sadar+Vuga; AA School of Architecture, London

Jürgen Weidinger
Prof., Institute of Landscape Architecture, TU Berlin

Tadeja Zupančič
Prof. Dr., Faculty of Architecture, University of Ljubljana

07 / Panelists

A

Anders Kruse Aagard

Aarhus School of Architecture

dig­i­tal fab­ri­ca­tion, mate­ri­als, wood con­struc­tions, con­crete, experiments

Naime Esra Akin

Aarhus School of Architecture

sus­tain­able archi­tec­ture, social sus­tain­abil­i­ty, urban/public spaces, archi­tec­tur­al pedagogies

Alper Semih Alkan

TU Delft

media the­o­ry, rep­re­sen­ta­tion, visu­al­i­ty, hybrid mediality/materiality, tech­ni­cal images, dis­eg­no, drawing

B

Matthias Ballestrem

HCU Hamburg

space per­cep­tion, archi­tec­ture psy­chol­o­gy, typol­o­gy, pub­lic inte­ri­ors, design teach­ing, design build

Fabrizia Berlingieri

Politecnico di Milano

urban archi­tec­tures; design for tran­si­tions; infra­struc­ture and urban form; con­tem­po­rary archi­tec­tur­al design theories

Marcel Bleuler

Zurich University of the Arts

I explore research in terms of a nego­ti­a­tion of the rela­tions between artis­tic pro­duc­tion, knowl­edge pro­duc­tion, social com­mu­ni­ties as well as soci­ety at large.

Anđelka Bnin-Bninski

University of Belgrade

archi­tect engi­neer with spe­cial­iza­tions in the­o­ry of arts and media and archi­tec­tur­al philosophy

edu­ca­tor, cura­tor and inter­dis­ci­pli­nary researcher

prac­tic­ing architect

cur­rent research focus on crit­i­cal strate­gies and activist tac­tics of archi­tec­tur­al draw­ing research in practice

Manuel Bogalheiro

Universidade Lusófona do Porto

phi­los­o­phy of tech­nics, mate­ri­al­i­ties of media, the­o­ry of cul­ture, ecology

Ignacio Borrego Gómez-Pallete

TU Berlin

Practicing archi­tect with focus on indus­tri­al and con­tem­po­rary fab­ri­ca­tion systems. 

Boštjan Botas Kenda

University of Ljubljana

my research areas are visu­al com­mu­ni­ca­tions in pub­lic space in rela­tion to pub­lish­ing products

Marco Bovati

Politecnico di Milano

rela­tion between Urban and Architectural Design and the aim of sustainability

strate­gies for sus­tain­able archi­tec­ture and urban regen­er­a­tion, with par­tic­u­lar atten­tion to the inter­me­di­ate scale (block, district)

role of envi­ron­men­tal fea­tures in defin­ing the guide­lines of the interventions

reuse and recy­cling of aban­doned soils, build­ings and urban tissues

Margitta Buchert

Leibniz University Hannover

The pri­ma­ry fields of research are 'Reflexive Design‘, 'Urban Architecture' along with the aes­thet­ics and con­tex­tu­al­i­ty of archi­tec­ture, arts, cities, and nature.

C

Roberto Cavallo

TU Delft

archi­tec­ture, urban design, inter­dis­ci­pli­nary & mul­ti­scale approach, design-dri­ven research, infra­struc­tures & built envi­ron­ment, cir­cu­lar­i­ty, cross-domain per­spec­tive, exper­i­men­tal ped­a­go­gies, par­tic­i­pa­to­ry process­es, prac­tice-ori­ent­ed research

D

Johan De Walsche

University of Antwerp

design research method­ol­o­gy and design education

design as a tool for antic­i­pat­ing fast transitions

Florian Dombois

Zurich University of the Arts

sound art, per­for­mance, art & archi­tec­ture, artis­tic research; stud­ies on time, labil­i­ties, wind and tec­ton­ic activity

Who is addressed by the research, who can take it fur­ther, trans­form it into a new state of rela­tion? What if artists, archi­tects, design­ers are the recip­i­ents, the peo­ple who gain from research directly?

Débora Domingo-Calabuig

Universitat Politècnica de València

Her inter­ests include the meth­ods, means, and impact of archi­tec­tur­al research. Her research focus­es on the open design process­es of the 60s and 70s archi­tec­ture and urban design. 

Daniel Dubowitz

Manchester School of Architecture

urban­ism prac­tice and research – col­lab­o­ra­tive urban­ism: regen­er­a­tion of post-indus­tri­al cities across the UK, new meth­ods for mak­ing tomorrow’s cities, mean­ing­ful engagege­ment of cit­i­zens in their transformation

ped­a­gogy research: stu­dent inves­ti­ga­tion how archi­tec­ture can be on the move and acti­vate a state of change

E

Riet Eeckhout

KU Leuven

Riet Eeckhout’s research focus­es on the agency of draw­ing with­in the dis­ci­pline of archi­tec­ture, more specif­i­cal­ly the gen­er­a­tive capac­i­ty of archi­tec­tur­al draw­ing sur­pass­ing its rep­re­sen­ta­tion­al nature. She exhibits, lecture’s and writes about her draw­ing prac­tice from with­in the dis­ci­pline of archi­tec­ture. The research is dri­ven by projects in col­lab­o­ra­tion with an inter­na­tion­al net­work of archi­tects and the­o­rists to build knowl­edge on arte­fac­tu­al agency in process­es and results.

F

Kent Fitzsimons

Ecole nationale supérieure d'architecture et de paysage de Bordeaux

My research adopts a crit­i­cal approach to the­o­ries regard­ing the rela­tion­ship between social forms and mate­r­i­al forms. This has brought me to study how archi­tec­ture and archi­tec­tur­al thought con­struct ideas about the body (gen­der, hand­i­cap, age­ing), the inten­tions and effects of sus­tain­able urban mobil­i­ty projects (modal shift, active modes, social mix­i­ty), and the con­trasts between politi­ciz­ing archi­tec­ture as form and politi­ciz­ing archi­tec­ture as process.

Domen Fras

University of Ljubljana

Typography and type­face design are two fields of my prac­tice and research. I par­tic­i­pat­ed in numer­ous pub­lic and cul­tur­al projects in var­i­ous media link­ing archi­tec­tur­al, graph­ic and typo­graph­ic design with strong focus on a rela­tion­ship between the infor­ma­tion con­veyed by typog­ra­phy and its visu­al form.

G

Lidia Gasperoni

TU Berlin

phi­los­o­phy of archi­tec­ture, aes­thet­ics, media, anthro­pocene, fieldwork

archi­tec­tur­al the­o­ry and phi­los­o­phy with a focus on media phi­los­o­phy anthro­pocene the­o­ries, and aesthetics

Pieterjan Ginckels

KU Leuven

As a future-ori­ent­ed researcher, ped­a­gogue, archi­tect, and visu­al artist, Pieterjan Ginckels sets up col­lec­tive exper­i­ments, deal­ing with visu­al archi­tec­tur­al cul­tures and the (post-)millennial and super­fi­cial sen­si­bil­i­ties of the per­son­ae that are part of it — stu­dents, artists, archi­tects, thinkers, and pol­i­cy makers. 

#mis­an­thro­pocene #post­mil­len­ni­al­stu­dio #rad­i­cal­sat­u­ra­tion #speedtrip #per­for­mance

Pedro Guilherme

Universidade de Èvora

archi­tec­tur­al competitions

research by design

draw­ing research

architecture's inter­na­tion­al­iza­tion

Álvaro Siza Vieira draw­ings and research method

H

Anke Haarmann

HCU Hamburg

As a philoso­pher and artist, I am inter­est­ed in the aes­thet­ic for­mu­la­tions of prac­tice-based research. I have worked on artis­tic research for more than 10 years, pub­lished philo­soph­i­cal books on the top­ic and curat­ed exhibitions.

Christoph Heinemann

HCU Hamburg

Based on my prop­er approach on design expe­ri­enced in our archi­tec­tur­al prac­tice ifau as well as on the design meth­ods we devel­op and teach in our design stu­dio at HCU in Hamburg, I am espe­cial­ly inter­est­ed in a pro­jec­tive approach on archi­tec­ture based on sit­u­a­tive devel­op­ment strate­gies and rela­tion­al prac­tices, allow­ing to com­bine and process spe­cif­ic expe­ri­en­tial knowl­edge and over­ar­ch­ing soci­etal issues.

Marjan Hočevar

University of Ljubljana

epis­temic cul­tures, cog­ni­tive styles, reflex­iv­i­ty, soci­etal changes, inte­gra­tion / autonomy

J

Matevž Juvančič

University of Ljubljana

edu­ca­tion of gen­er­al pub­lic on the top­ics of sus­tain­abil­i­ty, pub­lic par­tic­i­pa­tion, visu­al­iza­tions and visu­al com­mu­ni­ca­tion process­es, gener­ic urban ele­ments, sus­tain­abil­i­ty of urban neigh­bour­hoods, notions of spa­tial char­ac­ter, spa­tial seman­tics and spa­tial identity

L

Thierry Lagrange

KU Leuven

design-dri­ven research methods 

act of drawing

act of looking

the draw­ing in rela­tion to new spatialities

Jacopo Leveratto

Politecnico di Milano

crit­i­cal spa­tial prac­tices (prac­tices of inhab­i­ta­tion and strate­gies of placemaking); 

pub­lic space design (tac­ti­cal inter­ven­tions and re-acti­va­tion projects); 

post-human archi­tec­ture (design for inter­species cohabitation)

Jo Liekens

KU Leuven

archi­tec­ture as a prac­tice of ago­nis­tic stag­ing, dis­sensus and pol­i­tics; con­gre­ga­tion­al agency, vibrant mat­ters and more-than-human per­spec­tives in architecture

M

Mona Mahall

HCU Hamburg

Mona Mahall works at the inter­sec­tion of art and archi­tec­ture, across spa­tial, image, sound, and text practices.

Michael McGarry

Queen’s University Belfast

design prac­tice research, rep­re­sen­ta­tion, artis­tic prac­tices, spa­tial­i­ty in the visu­al arts 

Nela Milić

University of the Arts, London

Elena Montanari

Politecnico di Milano

inte­ri­or archi­tec­ture; muse­um and exhi­bi­tion design; built her­itage; museo­graph­ic heritage

Elena Montanari’s research work revolves around the inter­play among inte­ri­or archi­tec­ture, museo­graph­ic cul­ture and her­itage val­oriza­tion, with a par­tic­u­lar focus on the lat­est trends in the design of muse­um archi­tec­ture, on the adap­ta­tion of his­tor­i­cal build­ings into exhi­bi­tion spaces, on the devel­op­ment of inno­v­a­tive memo­r­i­al forms in her­itage cities and in places of mem­o­ry, on the muse­al­iza­tion of dif­fi­cult built her­itage”, and on the raise of inno­v­a­tive the­o­ries and prac­tices con­cern­ing exhi­bi­tion design his­to­ry and museo­graph­ic heritage. 

O

Dorotea Ottaviani

University of Johannesburg

cre­ative prac­tice research, adap­tive reuse, pub­lic space, archi­tec­tur­al pedagogy

P

Maria Rita Pais

Universidade Lusófona

Claus Peder Pedersen

Aarhus School of Architecture

Claus Peder Pedersen’s research focus­es on archi­tec­tur­al design method­olo­gies and cre­ative process­es with inter­est in rep­re­sen­ta­tion and dig­i­tal design tools. He is active in pro­mot­ing prac­tice- and design-dri­ven research.

Mark Pimlott

TU Delft

pub­lic inte­ri­or, rep­re­sen­ta­tion, sub­jec­tiv­i­ties, ter­ri­to­ry and inte­ri­or, con­tin­u­ous interior

Mark Pimlott's research is pri­mar­i­ly con­cerned with the pub­lic inte­ri­or, as a prod­uct of, on the one hand, ide­olo­gies and their imprint on ter­ri­to­ry, the city, its insti­tu­tions and sub­jec­tiv­i­ties, and on the oth­er, sys­tems of rep­re­sen­ta­tion con­scious­ly or uncon­scious­ly attached to those ideologies. 

Gennaro Postiglione

Politecnico di Milano

inte­ri­or architecture

inte­ri­ors; archi­tec­tur­al ethnog­ra­phy; adap­tive reuse; re-housing

His research field is inte­ri­ors cul­ture, at the inter­sec­tion between peo­ple, places, and prac­tices, cross­ing archi­tec­ture, ethnog­ra­phy, and mate­r­i­al cul­ture. The same the­o­ret­i­cal back­ground nour­ish­es also his research by design activ­i­ty focused on adap­tive reuse of minor and neglect­ed heritage.

R

Paul O Robinson

University of Ljubljana

Paul O Robinson is a visu­al artist, archi­tect, edu­ca­tor and mak­er of objects and spaces that ques­tion the hege­mo­ny of insti­tu­tion­al­ized prac­tice. His mul­ti­form work and instal­la­tions emerge through the arti­fice and lay­ered entan­gle­ments between sur­face and nar­ra­tive content.

Alessandro Rocca

Politecnico di Milano

archi­tec­tur­al and urban design

design-dri­ven research

urban and rur­al wilderness

archi­tec­tur­al the­o­ries, types and techniques

Edite Rosa

Universidade Lusófona do Porto

design project, hous­ing and pub­lic equipment’s, urban and pub­lic space, social sustainability

The research inter­ests are cen­tred in the area of Architecture, in par­tic­u­lar in the stud­ies of mod­ern archi­tec­ture and prac­tice of con­tem­po­rary architecture.

Mia Roth-Čerina

University of Zagreb

pro­fes­sion­al, teach­ing and research prac­tices are archi­tec­tur­al edu­ca­tion and edu­ca­tion­al spaces, as well as the pub­lic space they inter­act with

S

Sofia Salema

Universidade de Èvora

archi­tec­tur­al research; teach­ing and research prac­tices in archi­tec­tur­al edu­ca­tion; Álvaro Siza Vieira draw­ings and research method; her­itage and research prac­tices in restoration/conservation works; research prac­tices in recog­ni­tion of her­itage values

Markus Schwai

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

urban design, spa­tial plan­ning, small scale urban changes (intend­ed to change behav­ior), par­tic­i­pa­tion — co-design, design dri­ven research

T

Ana Telles

Universidade de Èvora

active pianist

music his­to­ry and analy­sis (20th and 21st cen­turies), piano music, piano per­for­mance practices

Maria Topolčanska

Academy of Fine Arts Prague

ped­a­gogy and research on archi­tec­ture, city, art, urban pol­i­tics, urban com­mons, prop­er­ty, land, mass hous­ing, hous­ing and work, typol­o­gy, urban design, urban­iza­tion his­to­ry, post-state social­ist urban­i­ty, edu­ca­tion of archi­tects, study vs. pro­duc­tion of knowl­edge in archi­tec­ture, archi­tec­tur­al think­ing in research, the­o­ry of con­tem­po­rary prac­tices of archi­tec­ture, archi­tec­ture relat­ed cura­to­r­i­al and edi­to­r­i­al practices

Manuela Triggianese

TU Delft

In her research, she explores the role of design in large scale inter­ven­tions among mul­ti­ple actors and she links her research to edu­ca­tion by engag­ing them in all activities.

V

Ilaria Valente

Politecnico di Milano

Design meth­ods and tools for archi­tec­tur­al and urban regen­er­a­tion in mar­gin­al fab­rics and frag­ile territories.

Jo Van Den Berghe

KU Leuven

exper­i­men­tal archi­tec­tur­al design 

Techné and Poiesis in mak­ing archi­tec­ture (the poet­ics of making)

inno­v­a­tive ver­sions of the archi­tec­tur­al draw­ing as an indis­pens­able locus between Techné and Poiesis

design-dri­ven research and reflec­tive archi­tec­tur­al practice

Esther Venrooij

KU Leuven

With a sharp focus, both in her stud­ies and cre­ative impuls­es on audio topog­ra­phy, she explores the way sound and move­ments inhab­its space.

Boštjan Vuga

University of Ljubljana

archi­tec­ture, research, education

pub­lic! porous! placed!

i am very much inter­est­ed how bound­aries could be employed to place a porous archi­tec­tur­al struc­ture onto a spe­cif­ic place in order to gen­er­ate or enhance publicness!

W

Jürgen Weidinger

TU Berlin

land­scape achitecture

design­ing and imple­ment­ing land­scape archi­tec­ture projects

reflec­tions on aes­thet­i­cal per­cep­tion and expe­ri­ence in land­scape archi­tec­tur­al design

crit­i­cal reflec­tion on the rela­tion of prac­tice and aca­d­e­m­ic the­o­ries con­cern­ing the design disciplines

Steffen Wellinger

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

pub­lic build­ing, pub­lic space, live projects, archi­tec­ture as a strate­gic tool, didactics

Katrina Wiberg

Aarhus School of Architecture

land­scape archi­tec­ture and urban landscapes

cli­mate adap­ta­tion and resilience with regard to water (ris­ing sea lev­els, cloud burst, e.g.), research through design­ing, land­scape analy­sis and sce­nar­ios empha­siz­ing values‑, scale and time perspectives

Z

Tadeja Zupančič

University of Ljubljana

archi­tec­ture, urban design, dig­i­tal design;

research in archi­tec­ture, research by design, cre­ative prac­tice research;

spa­tial iden­ti­ty, vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty, sen­si­tive designer;

archi­tec­tur­al edu­ca­tion, life­long learn­ing in archi­tec­ture, dig­i­tal sup­port to archi­tec­tur­al design/research/education

08 / Colophon

Publishers and copyright: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture
and Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Ljubljana, 2022

ISBN: 978-961-7032-41-3 (HTML)
ISBN: 978-961-7032-42-0 (PDF)

Editors: Tadeja Zupančič, Marko Damiš

Design concept, layout and typesetting: Marko Damiš

Organizing Team and Scientific Committee: Tadeja Zupančič and Boštjan Botas Kenda (chairs), Matevž Juvančič, Špela Verovšek, Marko Damiš, Ana Belčič, Emilija Meserko, Lucija Sttrojan, Matevž Bedič, Nika Grošelj, Stanka Duša

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