Andrew Ballantyne – “Bassae and the Fled Gods” | 27 de Janeiro, 14h30

Universidade Lusófona ( @ulusofona ) do Porto e Lisboa em articulação com  Manchester School of Architecture – @manchester_architecture – e Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade de Liubliana – @univerza_v_ljubljani, organizam um Ciclo Internacional de Conferências online – *Architecture: Design and Research International Seminar* – , dedicado às doutorandas e aos doutorandos das três instituições e aberto a todas e todos os interessados, acessível via zoom! 


Lusofona University – @ulusofona of Porto and Lisbon together with the Manchester School of Architecture – @manchester_architecture – and University of Ljubljana Faculty of Architecture – @univerza_v_ljubljani, organise an online International Conference Cycle – *Architecture: Design and Research International Seminar* – , dedicated to doctoral students and open to all interested! Join us via Zoom!

Organização / Organisation:

@ananeivaa, @mariaritapais, Carlos Guimarães, Dana Arnold, @hugonazarethfernandes, @monochrome_architects, Tadeja Zupancic

Architecture Research: Theory, History and Practice

The seminars are a new research collaboration between the Manchester School of Architecture, Liubliana University and Lusófona University (Porto and Lisbon). The online sessions comprising talks about ongoing research followed by questions and discussion are open access. The seminars aim to encourage academic exchange between researchers and postgraduate students working in cognate areas. The intention of the project is to build an international network of shared interest across the architectural sector, to think critically and philosophically about architecture, design and research to foster new forms of research enquiry.

Andrew Ballantyne – “Bassae and the Fled Gods” | 27 de Janeiro, 14h30

Andrew Ballantyne will reflect on how we have a tendency to see Greek temples through the lens of the Picturesque.

Andrew Ballantyne practised as an architect and has been a researcher in architecture, architectural theory and architectural history. He was appointed Professor of Architecture at Newcastle University in 2000 and has supervised PhDs and assessed architecture submissions to the Research Excellence Framework. His research works include Tudoresque: In Pursuit of the Ideal Home (with Andrew Law, 2011) and Architecture, Landscape and Liberty: Richard Payne Knight and the Picturesque (1997). He is best known for Architecture: A Very Short Introduction (2002). He would like you to know about his new book, Classical Architecture (2023).

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