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The School of Architecture of Nantes will host the 14th European Architectural Envisioning Conference EAEA14

RST Ambiances.net - News par International Ambiances Network le 12/09/2018 à 14:33:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Dates: The Conference will take place from the 3rd to 6thseptember 2019.

Topic: Envisioning ambiances: representing (past, present and future) atmospheres for architecture and the built environment.

https://eaea14.sciencesconf.org/

Call for papers

The concept of “ambiance” has been formed over the years by questioning the interactions between three attractors: architecture and the city, climatic and sound phenomena, uses and perception. Studied in pairs, each of these attractors refers to very different disciplinary fields, architecture and phenomena concern the physics of the city, architecture and uses interest sociology and uses and phenomena are rather turned to comfort. Studies concerning ambiances are therefore highly interdisciplinary and open to many questions: living spaces, urban renewal and heritage, urban prospective and the city as a stage. For this, many conceptual and technical tools are mobilized: digital tools for simulation and immersion, investigation, surveys and storytelling, prototyping, field action. What may be new in the field of academic studies is the awareness of artistic creation as a resource for the use of digital tools, storytelling and the representation of complexity through original means. Subjects may be, but not limited to:
 

  • Visualization of the ambiance-related knowledge;
  • A cultural approach to climatic, light and sound phenomena;
  • Methods of communicating the ambiance issues to the society;
  • Enhancing and stimulating sensitive approaches to the built environment in education;
  • Envisioning all aspects of ambiance perception.
  • The EAEA14 Conference welcomes submissions of research papers, which will be organized in three tracks, namely:
  • Ambiance, storytelling and immersion (representation and communication of medium including analog, digital and immersive environment)
  • Keywords: analog digital media, immersive devices, representation
  • Ambiance and education (tools, techniques, and strategy of design teaching)
  • Keywords: parametric design, conceptual studies, digital world
  • Ambiance and Design (process, analysis, observation and execution of design for objects, space, built-form and urban environment)
  • Keywords: conceptual design, perceptual design, analytical design, performative design, visual design, parametric design, simulation design

The “call” is for extended abstracts of between 1,000 to 1,200 words with a maximum of two illustrations. Those whose abstracts are accepted will be invited to submit a (max) 8-page paper. The full paper will be specified in a later version of the website. Decisions on acceptance will be based on the response of an international review committee. Its decision will be final.

Two Workshops are also being arranged, to take place prior to the Conference.

 
IMPORTANT DATES: Abstracts submission deadline: 2018.09.30

 


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Article⎜« Namazu : Les dessous de Cipango / Dans les profondeurs du Japon »

RST JAPARCHI - Réseau de chercheurs f… par Yola Gloaguen le 10/09/2018 à 11:11:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Auteur : Philippe Bonnin Namazu : Les dessous de Cipango / Dans les profondeurs du japon, in Les carnets du paysage n°34, « Sous l’horizon », Septembre 2018, Coédition Ecole nationale supérieure de paysage / actes sud, 2018. ISBN 978-2-330-10918-9 Lien vers le site de l’éditeur Si l’on en croit sa définition classique, le paysage appartient à […]
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Article⎜“京都のへりにて” (À la lisière de Kyoto)

RST JAPARCHI - Réseau de chercheurs f… par Yola Gloaguen le 10/09/2018 à 10:58:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Auteur : Philippe Bonnin, Jacques Pezeu-Massabuau Source : Nichibunken 日文研 , International research center for japanese studies, n°59, 5 月2017年, pp.150-155. Traduction abrégée de « Esthétiques et façons d’habiter au Japon, Maisons, villes et seuils », Philippe Bonnin et Jacques Pezeu-Massabuau, ed. du CNRS, 2017. Traduction : Hosokawa Shūhei 細川周平(International Research center for Japanese Studies) Télécharger l’article
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Chapitre d’ouvrage⎜« References to Traditions in Contemporary Architecture in Japan »

RST JAPARCHI - Réseau de chercheurs f… par Yola Gloaguen le 10/09/2018 à 10:33:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Auteur : Philippe Bonnin Source : « Encounters and Positions of Architecture in Japan », (Hubertus Adam, Director of Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel, Susanne Kohte, Visiting Professor and Daniel Hubert, University of Applied Sciences Cologne / now TH Köln Eds), ed. Birkhäuser, Basel, Switzerland, Août 2016 , pp. 258-265. Référence électronique Abstract : Now as before, […]
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A World of Architectural History London 2018-Nov-2-4

ARENA - Architectural Research Network par arenadmin le 09/09/2018 à 02:46:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

International Conference to be held at the Bartlett School of Architecture, Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London, UK Friday 2nd – Sunday...
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Ouvrage ⎜Fascination du Japon (3e édition, revue et augmentée)

RST JAPARCHI - Réseau de chercheurs f… par Yola Gloaguen le 07/09/2018 à 16:15:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Philippe Pelletier Le Cavalier Bleu Éditions Paris, 2018 304 p. 20 € Depuis Marco Polo évoquant le lointain Cipango, le Japon fascine les Occidentaux. Et il intrigue aussi ses voisins Chinois. L’argumentaire sur la singularité des Japonais, vus comme impénétrables, spéciaux sinon bizarres, nourrit depuis des siècles une avalanche d’idées reçues que le passage dans […]
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EAUH 2018 - Urban renewal and resilience cities in comparative perspective

Réseau LIEU - Logiques Identités Espaces Urbanités par Bonomo, Bruno, Sotgia, Alice le 05/09/2018 à 12:22:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Dans le cadre du XIVe Colloque International d'Histoire Urbaine, le réseau LIEU - en collaboration avec la Sapienza Université de Rome - organise une session intitulée « Demolishing Mass Housing in Contemporary European Cities », cordonnée par Bruno Bonomo et Alice Sotgia
Demolishing Mass Housing in Contemporary European Cities
Demolition has always been an integral part of urban renewal throughout history. In the late 20th and early 21st centuries, demolition of mass housing became a recurrent (...)

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Changing landscapes / Changing the landscapes of terror and threat: materialities, bodies, ambiances, elements

RST Ambiances.net - News par International Ambiances Network le 24/08/2018 à 10:40:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)


A session+roundtable on atmospheres at the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2018


Convenors:
  • Sara Fregonese (University of Birmingham)
  • Suncana Laketa (University of St. Gallen)
  • Damien Masson (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)

Sponsored by the Political Geography Research Group (PolGRG)

We are witnessing an upsurge of deadly acts of terrorism. In Western Europe, for example, the number of incidents has remained stable, but deadly attacks have increased, from 2.7% in 2012 to 7.2% in 2015 and 11.2% in 2016 (Source: Global Terrorism Database). The landscapes of terror and terror threat are complexly interwoven with those of conflict, radicalization, grievance and displacement in and from the Middle East and the so called Islamic State. While IR and terrorism studies struggle to analyze, index and measure the increasingly elusive structures of Jihadi terrorism, and critical security scholars assess the deployment and effectiveness of counter-terrorism measures, the contemporary impact of jihadi terror and terror threat on the everyday landscapes are understudied.

The session addresses this gap, by bringing attention to new spacings of terror and terror threat that go beyond the representational, state-centred, and territorial framings of national security, risk and resilience, geopolitics and identity studies. Katz’s work on security, performativity and the everyday urban environment (Katz 2007) is updated here and the research question and analysis pushed further into the everyday visceral materialities, bodily experiences, elemental aspects and ambiances/atmospheres that compose the changing landscapes of terror and terror threat.

Conversely, terror and terror threat as research objects might provoke epistemic shifts within the paradigms underlying the ‘atmospheric turn’, notably by shifting their phenomenological focus towards a critical and (geo)political one. If so, in what ways can affective and atmospheric sensitivities be reconciled with social and cultural understandings and engagements with terror and terror threat?

We invite papers that address the above points within themes including:
  • Living with to terror and terror threat
  • Responding, reacting, coping, absorbing: extraordinary violence and ordinary experiences
  • Governing/regulating public experiences of and responses to terror
  • Studying terror within the atmospheric turn
  • More-than-human landscapes of terror and terror threat
  • Performances of terror/security in public space?
  • Elemental geographies of terrorism and terror threat
  • Atmospheric/material/elemental/bodily histories of urban terror and terror threat
  • Representing, visualizing and/or mapping the everyday, embodied, elemental and ambient geographies of terror fear and threat
  • Collecting, grasping, and other sensory methodologies to understand the mundane feelings/affects/intensities of terror and terror threat




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The Anxious City Festival - Rotterdam 08/31-09/02

RST Ambiances.net - News par International Ambiances Network le 24/08/2018 à 10:14:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

Noise, pollution, overstimulation, hostile architecture, crowd; are our minds and bodies trapped in this ‘concrete jungle’? As an increasing part of urban populations is suffering from stress and anxiety disorders, one may wonder in which ways urban environments influence emotions and mental health.

The Anxious City brings together experts and city lovers to look at the notion of body architecture and how disciplines such as neuroscience, psychology, behavioral design, art and technology can help bridging the gap between architecture and experiences.

Through talks, workshops and artistic interventions, we are investigating how space design can be used as a therapeutic tool.


For more information and tickets: http://healingplaces.nl/the-anxious-city


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Call for Papers - "Bring back my neighbourhood!"

RST Ambiances.net - News par International Ambiances Network le 24/08/2018 à 10:09:00 - Favoriser ||  (Lu/Non lu)

SIEF2019 14th Congress
Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 14-17 April 2019


PANEL: "Bring back my neighbourhood!": Heritage, Expressive Cultures and the Production of Urban Ambiances for Tourist Consumption in the Contemporary City.

Convenors
  • Inigo Sanchez (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
  • Daniel Malet Calvo (ISCTE-IUL. University Institute of Lisbon)
  • Salwa Branco (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)


Panel description

The interplay of tourism and heritage is a powerful medium affecting cultural change in urban historical centers. The loss of local population, along with traditional modes of social behavior and vernacular cultural practices, or the transformation of historic neighborhoods into thematic parks for tourism consumption are some of the negative consequences of tourism, that, as some authors have noted, are often expressed in the public discourse making reference to the loss of the "authenticity" and "real feel" of urban places (Zukin 2010).

This panel seeks to analyze the impact of tourism on the urban environment, focusing on the concept of "ambiance" as a tool to explore the physical regeneration and sensory transformation of contemporary touristic places. How does heritage participates in creating particular urban ambiances and places for tourist consumption? How tourism and city development affect the lived ambiances in the urban context? What is the role of heritage and expressive practices in relation to the physical regeneration and marketing of contemporary touristic places?


We are inviting scholars from various academic fields to discuss these and other questions, theoretical frameworks and empirical findings on issues related to the relationship between heritage, expressive cultures and the production of urban ambiances for tourist consumption in contemporary cities.


More information: https://nomadit.co.uk/sief/sief2019/conferencesuite.php/panels/7222