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Application deadline 14 July 2014

Leeds Beckett university, LEEDS, UK

July 14 2014 - July 14 2014

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TWO Doctoral Bursaries in Architecture  [ UK/EU fees only ]

 School of Art, Architecture and Design

The Faculty of Arts, Environment and Technology

Leeds Beckett University United Kingdom

for entry in October 2014.

School of Art, Architecture and Design is interested in receiving applications in the field ofarchitectural research addressing the relationship between architecture theory and the design process in the urban environment, and the influence on the specifically architectural of other spatial and critical practices.

In particular, we welcome research proposals that aim to explore the state of theory in architecture, through critical reconsiderations and current practices.

Closing date for bursary applications: Monday July 14th 2014.

To apply:

PhD in Architecture information:


For further information and to discuss the research bursary scheme contact:

Dr Rebekka Kill, Head of the School, Art, Architecture and Design at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  


Professor Teresa Stoppani  MArch PhD
Head, The Leeds School of Architecture
School of Art Architecture and Design
Leeds Beckett University
Email:   .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) 


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Autonomy Reconsidered: Ethics in Architecture, Urbanism and Landscape

ISPA 2014 Conference

Delft, Netherlands

July 09 2014 - July 11 2014

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Contemporary philosophy and architecture discourse alike marginalize the ethical dimension of architecture.  Yet, it seems that the ethical dimension in both architecture and philosophy has been compromised because both disciplines have not established a clear interdisciplinary understanding of autonomy. Together, and in service to both fields of study, we must reconsider what autonomy means for both architecture and philosophy, or rather, for architecture philosophy.

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Riverine: Architecture and Water

University of Kent, Canterbury, UK

June 26 2014 - June 28 2014

Human settlements may be divided broadly between inland ones often located on high ground, such as the hill towns of Urbino and Jerusalem, or those of inland plains such as Brasilia and Novosibirsk, and those located on waterways, on rivers close to the sea. We are interested in the latter, and seek to tease out and explore architectural, planning, artistic and literary backgrounds to cities as diverse as London, Rotterdam, New York, Venice and Alexandria; in other words, we are interested in human settlements whose origins depend upon rivers.


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University of Copenhagen, Denmark

June 12 2014 - June 13 2014

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For a decade, the World in Denmark conferences have brought prominent interna- tional designers and planners to Copenhagen.

This 10th conference investigates the role of Denmark – or more broadly the Nordic countries – in the world.

Scholars and practitioners are invited to submit abstracts that discuss cultural encounters in open space design and planning.

International key note speakers from landscape architec- ture, urban design and urbanism will reflect on recent interventions in the urban landscape.



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Re-Use of the Modernist Project in the City

Call for Participation

Venice Biennale

June 07 2014

To participate, one must submit a short abstract in English to : .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Please see attached poster for full details.

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A Call for Participation- The Venice Biennale Sessions 2014

Use-ReUse- Adaptive Modernism Workshop

Venice Biennale 2014

June 07 2014

As part of the Venice Biennale University Program, the Design School at the College of Management Academic Studies in Rishon LeZion, Israel, will lead a workshop on the opening day of the Biennale (June 7th).


The purpose of the workshop is to rethink the current value and role of the modernist buildings in their evolving and divergent urban settings.


The workshop will consist of brief presentations in various media surrounding research, conceptual projection, art, video, photography, virtual poster and architectural planning.


To participate, please submit a short abstract (250-300 words) in English, focusing on adaptive re-use for modernist architecture.


Submission deadline: 31 March 2014

Notifications: 30 April 2014

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