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Open lecture/seminar Crafting History: Archiving and the Quest for Architectural Legacy with professor Albena Yaneva Thursday 13 September at 09.15-11.00, 2018, in room A:5012 (A-huset / LTH / Lund).

 

Albena Yaneva is Professor of Architectural Theory at University of Manchester and is currently holder of Lise Meitner chair at LTH, LU. As a researcher she is primarily known for her ethnographic methods in the studies of architecture, including on-site observation, interviews with decisive agents, and long-term studies of architectural projects and how media covers them.

 

 

PhD course at Malmö University in Urban Studies with start in October 2018. Apply before 15 September. More info (pdf).

 

 

Transdisciplinary PhD course 25-28 September 2018 organized by the research platform SLU Urban Futures, in collaboration with UPC Polytechnic University of Catalonia. More info (pdf)

 

PhD course at KTH. Decision Theory & Decision Analysis, Dec 2017-May 2018. The course provides an introduction to decision analysis as it is currently practiced within the critical social sciences. More info (pdf)

 

 

Making Effect Symposium and Exhibition 14-16 September 2017: More info (link)

 

Urban Futures Öppna Forskarskola - PhD Courses 2017 & 2018. Co-producing knowledge in transdisciplinary research – From practice to theory. More info (link)

 

 

5th International Summer School in Ethnography - Department of Sociology and Social Research - University of Trento - September 10-15 2017. The Summer School builds on the collaborative working environment established in the previous editions. The School’s core mission is to provide participants with an inside view on the practice and the skills of ethnography. More info (pdf)

 

 

From May 22-26, 2017 the Department of Architecture, “Federico II” University of Napoli offers a PhD workshop on Assemblage Methodology, RE—CONNECTING THE MATERIAL CITY: Representing urban architecture for what it does. The aim of the workshop is to experiment with alternative modes of representing the built environment inspired by the idea of buildings as ‘indeterminate and contestable’ objects. More info (pdf).

 

 

PhD course: Ethnography of Space and Place. This course sketches some of the methodological and theoretical implications of the ethnographic study of the contemporary city using anthropological tools of participant observation, field notes, behavioral mapping, and theories of space and place to illuminate spaces in modern/post-modern cities and their transformations. More info (pdf).

 

 

PhD course: Exploring Fieldwork - A critical consideration of empirical methods and

habits-of-mind in design research. The course addresses the ‘field’ or site of ‘method’ in design-led research. Broadly, we are interested in exploring the back-and-forth interaction of research intentions and practices as these shape research outcomes. Registration date: Februari 15, 2017 More info (pdf).

 

 

Five PhD positions announced through The European Joint Doctorate Programme urbanHIST. Research fields: "Historiography of European urbanism", "Urbanism, political and development strategies" and "Urbanism, architecture and building of national identity". More info at urbanHIST.

 

 

Who defines the city's identity? Which stories are considered essential, and what makes them so? The conference Creating the city: Identity, memory and participation is organized by the Institute for Studies in Malmö's history, 9-10 February 2017. More info at MAH.

 

 

 

 

Publications

 

Eschewing the slick, the finished and the true in favour of the tangential, the speculative and the fuzzy, LO-RES publishes essays on architecture that resonate at lower resolutions.

http://www.lo-res.se

 

 

The abstract collection Facts and Fictions (pdf), published at the 10th Annual AHRA Research Student Symposium, is dedicated to a critical and constructive discussion on trans-disciplinary approaches to the fictive-factual duality of architecture.

 

The abstract collection Co-laborations - Sharing authorship and space in architectural and urban research (pdf) addresses the motivations and mechanisms of co-creation, co-making and co-writing, and how they form part of participatory practices.

Swedish Research School in Architecture

Activities

Ongoing course: Communications - Staging the Message. The Architecture of Communication

 

The ResArc Communication course intends to offer participants in-depth theoretical and practical tools for communication and media production.

 

Module I: November 21-23 2018,

Module II: February 20-22 2019,

Module III: March 2019,

 

For more information, course material, assignment, public lecturers, tours, and forum discussion see under Courses and the course description (pdf).

 

Application to the course due by 31st of October 2018. Apply by sending a statement of interest to resarc@arkitektur.lth.se.

 

Responsible and contact Meike Schalk (meike.schalk@arch.kth.se), Roemer van Toorn (roemer.vantoorn@arch.umu.se).

 

 

Earlier activities

Final seminar

 

ResArc PhD student Pawel Lech Szychalski will discuss his draft : PLATEAU GEHRY_CONNECTIVES

 

Time: Monday 26th November, at 13:15

Place: Room 5012, A-building, Sölvegatan 24, Lund, LTH

 

Reader: Hélène Frichot, Professor, KTH

 

Main Supervisor: Lars-Henrik Ståhl, Professor, LTH

 

The seminar will be in English.

 

Please contact Lars-Henrik Ståhl, if you want to attend for a copy of the seminar text,

lars-henrik.stahl@arkitektur.lth.se

 

Welcome!

Start seminar

 

ResArc PhD student Johan Wirdelöv will discuss his draft Sociomateriality and urban everyday life: Studies of things, times and uses in public spaces of the Öresund region

 

Time: Monday 26th November, at 13:00-15:00

Place: Lilla sessionssalen, The Castle, Alnarp (Slottsvägen 5), SLU

 

Reader: Gunilla Lindholm, senior lecturer in landscape architecture Dep. of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, SLU

 

Main Supervisor: Lisa Diedrich, professor of landscape architecture Dep. of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management, SLU

 

Please contact Johan Wirdelöv for an outline of the project, johan.wirdelov@slu.se

 

Welcome!

 

Final seminar

 

ResArc PhD student Muna Mohammad Alibrahim will discuss her draft PhD thesis:

Effects of art and design on users’ orientation in a hospital environment - A study of newcomers’ wayfinding in a Swedish hospital setting

 

Time: Friday 26th October, at 10:00.

Place: Room 5057, A-building

 

Reader: Anders Warell, Professor, Department of Design Sciences, LTH

 

Main Supervisor: Lars-Henrik Ståhl, Professor, Architecture and built environment, LTH

Co-Supervisors: Gunnar Sandin, Docent; Anna Petersson, Senior lecturer, Architecture and built environment, LTH

 

Dissertation: Architectures of the Unbuilt Environment: An Anthology

 

 

ResArc student Helen Runting will publicly defend her doctoral thesis Architectures of the Unbuilt Environment: An Anthology More info

 

Friday 18 May 2018, 14.00 - 16.30, Kollegiesalen, Brinellvägen 8, KTH

 

Opponent: Dr. Douglas Spencer, Architectural Association London, UK

 

Main supervisor: Docent Hélène Frichot

 

 

 

 

 

Dissertation: Influential Moments in City Planning Meetings: A Study of Decision Making Situations in a Jordanian Municipality

 

ResArc student Marwa Al Khalidi will publicly defend her thesis Influential Moments in City Planning Meetings: A Study of Decision Making Situations in a Jordanian Municipality

Abstract (pdf)

 

Friday 12 October 2018, 13.15, A:C, A-huset, LTH, Sölvegatan 24, Lund

 

Opponent: Docent Jonathan Metzger, KTH, Stockholm

 

Main supervisor: Gunnar Sandin

 

Co-supervisor: Emma Nilsson, Catharina Sternudd and Marwa Dabaieh

 

Dissertation: Interruption: Writing a Dissident Architecture

 

 

ResArc student Sepideh Karami will publicly defend her doctoral thesis Interruption: Writing a Dissident Architecture. Abstract (pdf)

 

Friday 20 April 2018, at 13.30 at A108 at KTH School of Architecture, Osquars Backe 5, Stockholm

 

Opponent: Professor Dorita Hannah, University of Tasmania and Aalto University

 

Main Supervisor: Associate Professor, docent Hélène Frichot

 

Co-supervisor: Professor Katja Grillner

 

 

 

 

 

Disseration: Rhythm architecture

 

 

ResArc student Paulina Prieto De La Fuente will publicly defend her doctoral thesis Rhythm architecture – on sequential aspects of materialities in urban space.

 

Friday 23 March, at 10 am at Fullskalelabbet, School of Architecture, A-huset, Sölvegatan 24, Lund.

 

Faculty opponent: Dr Isabelle Doucet, The University of Manchester, UK

 

Supervisor: Professor Mattias Kärrholm

 

Half time seminar

 

ResArc PhD student Sahar Al-Rabadi's

Thursday January 25 at 13.15-16.00

LTH, Sölvegatan 24, Room 4011

 

Working title: Urban Design and the Crowdability of Space, a Socio-material Analysis of Clustering and Declustering Rhythms of Pedestrian Groups in Public Spaces

 

Invited reader: Ebba Högström, Senior lecturer, Blekinge Institute of Technology.

 

Supervisors: Mattias Kärrholm and Emma Nilsson

Dissertation: Wild Poethics:

Exploring relational and embodied practices in urban-making

 

 

ResArc student Anna Maria Orry from Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Chalmers, will publicly defend her doctoral thesis Wild Poethics: Exploring relational and embodied practices in urban-making. Abstract

 

Thursday 7 December, at 9.15 in SB-H5 salen (SB-building), Sven Hultins gata 6, Chalmers, Gothenburg.

 

 

 

Dissertation: Architecture’s Red Tape: Government Building Construction in Sweden, 1963-1973. The example of the National Board of Public Building, KBS (Kungl. Byggnadsstyrelsen)

 

ResArc student Erik Sigge will publicly defend his doctoral thesis Architectures's Red Tape Friday 22 September, at 2 pm at Kollegoesalen, Brienellvägen 8, KTH, Stockholm.

 

Faculty opponent: Professor Reinhold Martin, Columbia University, USA

 

Supervisor: Associate professor Helena Mattsson

 

 

 

 

Making Effect Symposium and Exhibition

 

14–16 September 2017, at ArkDes, The Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design and KTH School of Architecture. How does research in architecture relate to architectural practice, to politics, and to the larger societal context? Making Effect – Architecture + Research + Society will address this question in a three-day event and an exhibition, with the aim of concluding and making public five-years of research in architecture in Sweden. Making Effect is organised by Architecture in Effect, Architecture in the Making and ResArc, and produced in collaboration with ArkDes and Design and KTH School of Architecture. More info (link)

 

 

Dissertation: Utopology – A Re-Interrogation of the Utopian in Architecture

 

ResArc student Fredrik Torisson will publicly defend his doctoral thesis Utopology – A Re-Interrogation of the Utopian in Architecture

Abstract

 

Friday June 2, at 13:15. at the Skissernas Museum/Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art, Finngatan 2, 223 62 Lund.

 

 

 

Faculty Opponent: Director Mark Cousins, The AA School of Architecture, London

 

Supervisor: Professor Lars-Henrik Ståhl, LTH, Lund University, Lund

 

Assistant Supervisor: PhD Catharina Sternudd, LTH, Lund University, Lund

 

Dissertation: Att göra en klassiker

 

ResArc student Anna Wahlöö will publicly defend her doctoral thesis Att göra en klassiker: En studie av fenomenet moderna möbelklassiker i en samtida svensk kontext Abstract

 

17 March 2017 10.15 at room A:B, A-huset, Sölvegatan 24, Lund.

 

 

Opponent appointed by the faculty is Professor Christina Zetterlund, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm

 

 

 

 

Dissertation: Mixed Substrate Computation

 

Public defense of the doctoral thesis Mixed Substrate Computation - Sensor Based Artificial Cognition for Architectural Design and Modification by ResArc student Stig Anton Nielsen.

 

27 January, 2017, 13:00 at Eko lecture hall, 1st floor, Chalmers Architecture, Eklandagatan 86, Gothenburg.

 

Supervisor: Monica Billger, Professor, Chalmers University of Technology

Examiner: Fredrik Nilsson, Professor, Chalmers University of Technology

 

Opponent: Phil Ayres, Associate Professor, CITA, Centre for Information Technology and Architecture, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

More info and abstract at Chalmers Architecture.

 

 

 

 

Dissertation: How to think about a place not yet

 

Public defense of the doctoral thesis How to think about a place not yet - Studies of Affordance and Site-Based Methods for the Exploration of Design Professionals' Expectations in Urban Development Processes by Sandra Kopljar will take place at 13.15, Monday, December 19, 2016..

 

Opponent appointed by the Faculty is Dr Lina Olsson, Department of Urban Studies, Malmö University.

 

The dissertation is held in Fullskalelabbet, Department of Architecture and Built Environment, A-building, Sölvegatan 24, Lund.