Conference 1 – 3 November
Exhibition 1 – 21 November
The conference and exhibition invites scholars and practitioners to investigate and discuss contemporary architectural drawing and, in particular, the drawn plan.
We will consider various types of drawing ranging from the sketch to the working drawing as an epistemic and/or generative device, and look at the role of drawing in relation to 3D techniques and drawing in the spectrum between representation and simulation. What types of contemporary plan drawing practices do we know exist today – or should be developed – in relation to architectural education, as well as to design work and actual building practices situated in professional offices?
Penelope Haralambidou, The Bartlett School of Architecture
Martino Tattara, Dogma / KU Leuven
Wednesday 1 November
17.15-18.45: Keynote lecture by Martino Tattara
18.45-20.00: Exhibition vernissage
Thursday 2 November
9.00-17.00: Conference incl. paper sessions
Friday 3 November
9.00-14.00: Conference incl. paper sessions
14.00-15.30: Keynote lecture by Penelope Haralambidou
15.30-17.30: Conference incl. paper sessions
The programme may be subject to changes.
The exhibition and keynotes lectures are public, free of charge and do not require registration.