A two-day international conference on place, pedagogy and play.
Part of the 2016/17 sIREN seminar workshop series.
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Professor Peter Salter joins us this week to talk about his recently completed housing project in Walmer Yard, London
Marc Schoonderbeek joins us from TU Delft to talk about the potential of mapping for architectural production.
For the final Architectural History and Theory seminar of the semester, we are joined by Diane Watters, Buildings Investigator at Historic Environment Scotland, for a discussion of 'Cardross Seminary: Fate, Failure or Tragic Myth?'
Tina di Carlo joins us from Princeton University School of Architecture to talk about the exhibition of architecture.
Andrew Herscher of Stanford University and the University of Michigan will give a public lecture on “Architectural Imagination”
Andrew Herscher, one of this year’s Geddes Visiting Fellows in ESALA, explores the intersection of race, space, and housing in the American city.
In the fourth Architectural History and Theory seminar of the semester, we are joined by Professor Anthony Geraghty, who will discuss 'Architecture about Architecture: Castle Howard and the English Baroque'. Anthony is Professor of the History of Art at the University of York.