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BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//Docomomo International - ECPv4.9.13//NONSGML v1.0//EN CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:Docomomo International X-ORIGINAL-URL:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo X-WR-CALDESC:Events for Docomomo International BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:UTC BEGIN:STANDARD TZOFFSETFROM:+0000 TZOFFSETTO:+0000 TZNAME:UTC DTSTART:20170101T000000 END:STANDARD END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20200910 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20200915 DTSTAMP:20201204T223753 CREATED:20181121T160429Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190913T133727Z UID:5228-1599696000-1600127999@rremedio.eu SUMMARY:16th International Docomomo Conference DESCRIPTION:The candidacy from Docomomo Japan to organize the 16th International Docomomo Conference\, in Tokyo\, was approved in the 15th Docomomo Council Meeting\, last August 30\, 2018\, at Cankarjev Dom. \nThe 16th International Docomomo Conference will take place in Tokyo between the 10th and the 14th September 2020\, under the theme “Inheritable Resilience: Sharing Values of Global Modernities”. \nTheme:\nInheritable Resilience: Sharing Values of Global Modernities\nToday\, not only in Europe\, but in Japan\, South America\, Africa and throughout the world\, the architectural cultural heritage that we call the “Modern Movement” (MoMo) has been exposed to the major force of conscious/unconscious destructions.\nWe can trace the causes to three reasons: \n1.Popular Ignorance regarding  the MoMo\n2.Self-Vulnerability of MoMo\n3.Skepticism towards MoMo ideology \nHence why\, we are embarking on a mission to mitigate these three elements of threat which are endangering the MoMo. We are calling for\, not only\, those experts who are directly and indirectly connected to the movement\, but all the people interested in the protection of the MoMo in a renewed future\, to come together to offer knowledge and experience. There are also three types of knowledge that we must collect from the global community.\nFrom the experts:\n1. Knowledge of relativization and reinterpretation;\n2. Technology\, methodology and policy to revitalize the value and the vitality of the MoMo.\nAnd from the adults gathered around the experts and the children who will carry our world towards the future:\n3. Knowledge of education and enlightenment. \nSubthemes:\n1. Space of Sports\n2. Urban Landscape\n3. Modern Housing\n4. Technological/Material Legacies\n5. Regional Timber Structures\n6. Pedagogies of Docomomo\n7. Documentation and Dissemination\n8. Global / Local Modernitites\n9. Metabolism Reconsidered\n10. Designing Daily Life\n11. Le Corbusier and the Question of Cultural Heritage\n12. Others \nVenue:\nThe conference will be in the Ueno Cultural District\, at\n– Tokyo Cultural Hall designed by Kunio Maekawa;\n– National Museum of Western Art designed by Le Corbusier;\n– Tokyo University of Art and Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties. \nMore info: http://www.docomomo2020.com \n URL:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/event/16th-international-docomomo-conference/ LOCATION:Ueno district\, Tokyo\, Japan\, 5-45 Uenokōen\, Taitō-ku\, Tōkyō-to 110-8716\, Japan\, Tokyo\, 110-8716\, Japan CATEGORIES:Conferences ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/tokyo-conference.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=UTC:20191213T143000 DTEND;TZID=UTC:20191213T163000 DTSTAMP:20201204T223753 CREATED:20191205T101837Z LAST-MODIFIED:20191205T102654Z UID:7124-1576247400-1576254600@rremedio.eu SUMMARY:IST PhD Program in Architecture: PhD Week Comfort and Technique 2019 DESCRIPTION:On December 13th 2019\, the IST PhD Week Comfort and Technique 2019 will take place at Instituto Superior Técnico – University of Lisbon\, with the presentations “Angelo Mangiarotti: la tectonique de l’assemblage” by Professor Franz Graf  (EPFL-École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)\, chair of  Docomomo Switzerland\, and “Interior Comfort in 20th Century Architecture: a Material History” by Professor Giulia Marino (UCLouvain – LOCI). \n13 December\n14h30 – 16h30\nRoom 4.41\nProfessor Franz Graf\n(EPFL-École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)\nAngelo Mangiarotti: la tectonique de l’assemblage \nProfessor Giulia Marino\n(UCLouvain – LOCI)\nInterior Comfort in 20th Century Architecture: a Material History \nWe look forward to have you join us! \n URL:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/event/ist-phd-program-in-architecture-phd-week-comfort-and-technique-2019/ CATEGORIES:Conferences ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/png:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Captura-de-Ecrã-190.png END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=UTC:20191004T100000 DTEND;TZID=UTC:20191004T183000 DTSTAMP:20201204T223753 CREATED:20190919T141951Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190923T160551Z UID:6764-1570183200-1570213800@rremedio.eu SUMMARY:IST PhD Program in Architecture: PhD Week Fall 2019 DESCRIPTION:On 20th September 2019\, the first day of the IST PhD Week Fall 2019 will take place at Instituto Superior Técnico – University of Lisbon\, with the presentation “On critical reception: Latin American Architecture since 1945” by Professor Horacio Torrent (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile\, Santiago)\, chair of Docomomo Chile. \nOn 4th October 2019\, the IST PhD Week Fall 2019 will continue with presentations from PhD researchers and the lecture “The Organic Housing” by Professor Bruno Marchand (EPFL-École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne). \n20 September\n12h00 – 13h00\nRoom 4.41\nProf. Horacio Torrent\n(Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile\, Santiago)\nOn critical reception: Latin American Architecture since 1945 \n4 October\n10h00-13h00\nV1.04\nWorkshop with PhD researchers\nCarolina Chaves (IST)\nYunlong Yu (IST/Tongji-Shanghai)\nArsalan Nezhadfard (IST)\nRicardo Paiva (IST/UFC)\nElisa Pegorin (FAUP) \n17h30-18h30\nAbreu Faro Auditorium\nProf. Bruno Marchand\n(EPFL-École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)\nThe Organic Housing \nSee the photo report here. \n URL:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/event/ist-phd-program-in-architecture-phd-week-fall-2019/2019-10-04/ LOCATION:Instituto Superior Técnico\, Lisbon\, Portugal\, Av. Rovisco Pais 1\, Lisboa\, 1049-001\, Portugal CATEGORIES:Conferences ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/banner-Fall-2019.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=UTC:20190920T120000 DTEND;TZID=UTC:20190920T130000 DTSTAMP:20201204T223753 CREATED:20190919T141951Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190923T160551Z UID:6760-1568980800-1568984400@rremedio.eu SUMMARY:IST PhD Program in Architecture: PhD Week Fall 2019 DESCRIPTION:On 20th September 2019\, the first day of the IST PhD Week Fall 2019 will take place at Instituto Superior Técnico – University of Lisbon\, with the presentation “On critical reception: Latin American Architecture since 1945” by Professor Horacio Torrent (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile\, Santiago)\, chair of Docomomo Chile. \nOn 4th October 2019\, the IST PhD Week Fall 2019 will continue with presentations from PhD researchers and the lecture “The Organic Housing” by Professor Bruno Marchand (EPFL-École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne). \n20 September\n12h00 – 13h00\nRoom 4.41\nProf. Horacio Torrent\n(Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile\, Santiago)\nOn critical reception: Latin American Architecture since 1945 \n4 October\n10h00-13h00\nV1.04\nWorkshop with PhD researchers\nCarolina Chaves (IST)\nYunlong Yu (IST/Tongji-Shanghai)\nArsalan Nezhadfard (IST)\nRicardo Paiva (IST/UFC)\nElisa Pegorin (FAUP) \n17h30-18h30\nAbreu Faro Auditorium\nProf. Bruno Marchand\n(EPFL-École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)\nThe Organic Housing \nSee the photo report here. \n URL:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/event/ist-phd-program-in-architecture-phd-week-fall-2019/2019-09-20/ LOCATION:Instituto Superior Técnico\, Lisbon\, Portugal\, Av. Rovisco Pais 1\, Lisboa\, 1049-001\, Portugal CATEGORIES:Conferences ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/banner-Fall-2019.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=UTC:20190111T110000 DTEND;TZID=UTC:20190111T130000 DTSTAMP:20201204T223753 CREATED:20190108T101953Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190911T103536Z UID:5491-1547204400-1547211600@rremedio.eu SUMMARY:IST PhD Program in Architecture: PhD Week Winter 2019 DESCRIPTION:On 11th January 2019\, the IST PhD Week Winter 2019 will take place at Instituto Superior Técnico – University of Lisbon\, with the presentation “The reconstruction of the Construção Brasileira: Philip L. Goodwin and Brazil Builds phenomena” by Marianna Cardoso (ENSAS\, Strasbourg). \nProgram: \n11h00 – 13h00\nMarianna Cardoso\nThe reconstruction of the Construção Brasileira: Philip L. Goodwin and Brazil Builds phenomena\n(PhD Student École Nationale Supérieur d’Architecture de Strasbourg\, Strasbourg) \nMarianna Cardoso is an architect and Professor at the Federal University of Tocantins\, Brazil. She is a PhD candidate at the University of Strasbourg\, School Humanities and Social Sciences supervised by Professor Anne-Marie Châtelet. She holds a CAPES research grant. She is editor of the Revista Amazônia Moderna in Brazil and researcher at ARCHE – Arts\, civilisation et histoire de l´Europe in France. Her thesis explores the Brazilian architectural historiography with a particular focus on transnational relations and cultural transfers.\n \nMore details in the PDF [Portuguese and English] \n URL:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/event/ist-phd-program-in-architecture-phd-week-winter-2019/ LOCATION:Room V1.04\, Pavilhão de Engenharia Civil e Arquitectura\, Instituto Superior Técnico\, Lisbon\, Portugal\, Lisbon\, Portugal CATEGORIES:Conferences ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/banner-2019-01.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=UTC:20181217T100000 DTEND;TZID=UTC:20181217T160000 DTSTAMP:20201204T223753 CREATED:20181207T182033Z LAST-MODIFIED:20181207T183001Z UID:5282-1545040800-1545062400@rremedio.eu SUMMARY:IST PhD Program in Architecture: PhD Week Autumn 2018 DESCRIPTION:On 17th December 2018 the IST PhD Week Autumn 2018 will take place at Instituto Superior Técnico – University of Lisbon\, Portugal\, with the opening communication of Prof. Ruth Verde Zein (Mackenzie\, São Paulo)\, “Breuer Back & Forth: some chosen scenarios”. \nProgram: \n10h00-11h00\nProf. Ruth Verde Zein\nBreuer Back & Forth: some chosen scenarios \n11h00 – 13h00\nPhD Students Presentations \n15h00 – 16h00\nProf. Ruth Verde Zein\nArtigas 4×1961 \nRuth Verde Zein\nArchitect\, Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism\, FAU-USP\, University de São Paulo\, Brazil\, 1977. Doctorate (2005) in Theory\, History and Critique\, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul\, PROPAR-UFRGS \, Porto Alegre\, Brazil. Post-doctoral studies at FAU-USP\, 2008. CAPES PRIZE 2006 for the best national doctoral thesis on architecture. Professor of Modern and Contemporary Architecture and Design in Graduated and Post-Graduated Studios at Mackenzie Presbyterian University\, São Paulo\, since 1997.  Member of CICA – International Committee of Architectural Critics\, since 1985. Member of SAH – Society of Architectural Historians. Member of EAHN – European Architectural History Network. Member of the Editorial Board of Architecture Histories Journal. Member of DOCOMOMO Brazil and International since 1998\, former coordinator of Docomomo Brasil/São Paulo’s chapter. Former collaborator\, international editor and senior editor of Projeto (1983-1997. Member of the editorial board and frequent contributor to that and to other Brazilian and Ibero-American magazines. Has participated in several seminars\, debates and given conferences and courses as visiting professor in several countries. Has more than a hundred articles and several books published\, the most recent one being “Leituras Criticas” São Paulo: Editora RomanoGuerra\, 2018). \nYou can find the poster here:  PhD Week Autumn 2018 \n URL:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/event/ist-phd-program-in-architecture-phd-week-autumn-2018/ LOCATION:Room 4.41\, Pavilhão de Engenharia Civil e Arquitectura\, Instituto Superior Técnico\, Av. Rovisco Pais 1\, Lisboa\, 1049-001\, Portugal CATEGORIES:Conferences ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/banner.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20180828 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20180901 DTSTAMP:20201204T223753 CREATED:20180718T082756Z LAST-MODIFIED:20190731T163822Z UID:2168-1535414400-1535759999@rremedio.eu SUMMARY:15th International Docomomo Conference 2018 DESCRIPTION:THEME\nMetamorphosis. The Continuity of Change \nVENUE: Cankarjev Dom\, Ljubljana\, Slovenia\nORGANIZED by: docomomo International and docomomo Slovenia\nLANGUAGE: English \nSCHEDULE \nCall for Papers\n. 2 June – 1 September 2017 – Call for Papers\n. 8 November 2017 – Notification of Acceptance\n. 30 January 2018 – Full paper submission deadline (1st version).\n. 28 February 2018 – Deadline for session chairs to return papers with comments to authors\, with suggested revisions.\n. 30 March 2018 – Full paper submission deadline (final version). \n. 20-28 August 2018 – Workshop\n. 28-31 August 2018 – Conference\n. 26-27 August; 1-3 September 2018 – Docotours \nABOUT\nEvery two years docomomo (the international committee for documentation and conservation of buildings\, sites and neighbourhoods of the Modern Movement) organizes an international conference\, bringing together docomomo members and friends from its 72 national Working Parties\, as an opportunity for in-depth exploration of an important theme or aspect of the Modern Movement. \nThe forthcoming conference is being hosted by docomomo Slovenia and will take place at the Cankarjev Dom\, in Ljubljana\, Slovenia\, from 28 to 31 August 2018\, under the theme Metamorphosis. The Continuity of Change. \nTHEME \nAt the 15th International Conference in Ljubljana\, docomomo will address the history of Modern Movement transformations. This will be done in relation to cultural and natural aspects within the overall continuity of change. Both theory and practice will be considered.\nIn 2018\, docomomo will celebrate 30 years of effort to preserve and adapt the technical\, social and aesthetic goals of the Modern Movement – values which have always been intrinsically intertwined with change. As Badiou put it\, change is the law of the world; the absence of change is death. When we think\, we think change (Introduction to the Philosophical Concept of Change\, 2012).\nToday we are experiencing a huge escalation of change in all areas of life\, even surpassing the radical transformations that characterised the Modern Movement era of the mid-20th century; Kafka’s Metamorphosis (Die Verwandlung\, 1915) is becoming close to reality. Human and social values\, authenticity and identity\, are undergoing fundamental changes in their meaning or relevance. The difference between the original and its copy is waning. The social and aesthetic values of the Modern Movement\, as well as its status as heritage and element of identity\, are very much under attack. So\, what does docomomo stand for in this rapidly changing context? \nSUBTHEMES \n1) Cities\nOur cities are evolving in response to continuously changing forces. These involve many different layers of economics\, politics and science. What can we learn from past experiences of the Modern Movement urban developments? How can we reconcile Modern Movement ideals and built legacy with the digital revolution\, worldwide mobility\, migration and increasing environmental awareness? How can our attraction towards the ever new\, and incessant innovation\, be reconciled with sustainable urban conservation? Which examples of success and failure can be identified? \nKeywords: Neighbourhoods; Megastructures; Complexes; Multifunctionality; Urbanity; Urban planning; Public Space; Lifestyle; Infrastructures; Networks; Transport; Mobility; Density; New towns; Inner city; Suburbia; Civility; Digital technology. \n2) Buildings\nDuring the process of restoration or adaptive reuse\, the paradigmatic challenge is to adapt the buildings concerned to different functions\, users\, lifestyles\, environmental and safety standards. How can we select what must be preserved and what can be changed? How to combine preservation with legal energy efficiency directives? What are the most up-to-date technologies and processes of material selection that can improve the experience of living in modern buildings? How can new technologies and materials´ improvements be assessed? Within the decision-making process\, how can we effectively address authoritative changes? How are interiors\, well-being and atmospheres affected by these changes? Which are the most informative examples of modern architectural heritage restoration or adaptive reuse\, and their successes and failures? \nKeywords: Restoration; Conversion; Renovation; Reuse; Icon; Ordinary; Programme; Functionalism; Prefabrication; Construction; Technologies; Energy efficiency; Seismic Retrofit; Legislative impact; Safety; Interiors; Atmosphere; Furniture; Lighting; Arts. \n3) Identity\nHuman migration plays a fundamental role in all societies today. The forced interaction of people and places is now increasingly central to the development of cities and architecture. In the context of a society substantially shaped by physical and virtual transfers\, how can identity be created\, from the generic to the specific? Which is the role of the architectural heritage? What can we learn from the Modern Movement ideals of equality and progress\, nowadays still perceivable through its built legacy? In the fact of rapid and uncontrolled urbanization and the fragmentation of the urban and social fabric\, how can a sense of community and solidarity survive in our ever more pluralistic societies? In this context\, is it realistically possible to preserve character and memory in conservation and adaptive reuse projects? If so\, is it possible to pinpoint clear cases of success and failure? \nKeywords: Migration; Speed; Society; Culture; Aesthetics; Community; Civil Society; Appropriation; Occupation; Public; Co-presence; Identity; Representation; Collectivity; Authenticity; Ethics; Unity; Integrity; Society; Permanence; Ephemerality; Participation; Planning processes. \n4) Environment\nThe accelerating processes of contemporary development\, coupled with lack of commitment and responsibility\, have created incredibly damage on an ever-vaster scale\, including phenomena such as climate change\, breakdown of traditional cultures\, or hyper-individualization. Also\, the overall context of the economic crisis requires a better management of natural resources. How can the modern built environment help foster a sustainable environment? How can we combine sustainability and modernity? Is it possible to identify exemplary cases (as less successful examples) of reuse projects set within different traditions\, social and physical environments\, and employing sustainable architecture and urban design to reflect local requirements? \nKeywords: Nature; Earth; Ecology; Natural versus Artificial; Sustainability; Energy efficiency; Seismic Retrofit; Natural resources; Local resources; Climate change; Environmental damage; Tradition; Modernity. \nKEYNOTE SPEAKERS \nAlexander Tzonis\nClaes Caldenby\nDamjan Prelovšek\nHubert-Jan Henket\nLiane Lefaivre\nVladimir Šlapeta\nŠpela Videčnik\nRok Oman \nEXECUTIVE COMMITTEE\nAna Tostões\nHubert-Jan Henket\nZara Ferreira\nLouise Noelle\nNatasa Koselj \nSCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE\nAna Tostões (Portugal)\nAndrea Canziani (Italy)\nBárbara Coutinho (Portugal)\nClaes Caldenby (Sweden)\nEui-Sung Yi (Korea)\nFranz Graf (Switzerland)\nHenrieta Moravcikova (Slovakia)\nHoracio Torrent (Chile)\nJoão Belo Rodeia (Portugal)\nJudi Loach (UK)\nLouise Noelle (Mexico)\nMiles Glendinning (Scotland)\nNatasa Koselj (Slovenia)\nOla Wedebrunn (Denmark)\nRuth Verde Zein (Brazil)\nUta Pottgiesser (Germany)\nYoshiyuki Yamana (Japan)\nZara Ferreira (Portugal) \nSESSIONS AND SELECTED PAPERS \nSession 01_City Growth: Change\, Transformation\n(Session Chair: Horacio Torrent\, Chile) \n01 Recreating the Public Through Transformation\n(Ronnen Ben-Arie\, Fatina Abreek-Zubieadt\, Gaby Schwartz\, Israel)\n02 The Life of Modern Architecture in Kosovo\n(Flaka Xerxa Beqiri\, Vlora Navakazi\, Kosovo)\n03 The Brazilian Amazon and its Modernities: Modern Architecture\n(Hugo Segawa\, Marcos Cereto\, Marianna Cardoso\, Brazil)\n04 The Plaza as the Locus of Continuous Modernity\n(Maximiano Atria\, Chile) \nSession 02_Tactical Urbanism\n01 Metamorphosis of Cultural Memory and the Opportunity to Safeguard the Modern Movement Heritage in Bulgaria\n(Ljubinka Stoilova\, Bulgaria)\n02 Carbonia Project: The Reinvention of the Urban Landscape\n(Paolo Sanjust\, Antonello Sanna\, Italy)\n03 Modern Heritage and the Challenges of Urban Conservation: Between Singular buildings and a metamorphosis of Urban Fabric\n(Horacio Torrent\, Chile)\n04 Dirty Realism Reloaded: How Can reality of a Contemporary City Rooted in (Post-War) Modernist City Planning Resist Against a Speculative Appropriation Nowdays?\n(Elena Markus\, Germany) \nSession 03_European Housing Strategies\n(Session Chair: Miles Glendinning\, Scotland) \n01 Modern Neighbourhoods in Ljubljana – The Splendour and Misery of Their Existence and Development\n(Kaja Lipnik Vehovar\, Slovenia)\n02 Portuguese State-Subsidized Multifamily Housing Projects. Emergent Modernity During the 20th Century\n(Gisela Lameira\, Luciana Rocha\, Portugal)\n03 Up-To-Date Interventions and Changing Indentity: Housing Estate Imanta in Riga\n(Sandra Treija\, Ugis Bratuškins\, Alisa Korojova\, Latvia)\n04 Effects of Security-Based Contemporary Urban Development on European Modern Mass Housing Landscape\n(Melinda Benko\, Hungary) \nSession 04_ Housing Transformation\n(Session Chair: Ana Tostões\, Potugal) \n01 (Un-)Sustainability of the Concrete Mega-Blocks in New Belgrade: Potentials of Prefabricated Modern Structures for Transformation\n(Anica Dragutinović\, Uta Pottgiesser and Els De Vos\, Serbia\, Germany and Belgium)\n02 The Multiple Lives of the »Unite d‘Habitation« (1945-1967-2017). Repetition of Their Iconic Value and Differences in the Construction Systems\, From their Development to their Case Histories.\n(Franz Graf\, Switzerland)\n03 What is the Legacy of the Architectures of Change?\n(Richard Klein\, France)\n04 The Afterlives of Social Housing: The Adaptive Reuse of Three Moderist Estates\n(Cecilia Chu\, Hong Kong) \nSession 05_Habitat_Between Local&Global\n(Session Chair: Zara Ferreira\, Portugal) \n01 Challenging the Modern Movement Heritage in Africa\n(Ola Uduku\, Ilze Wolff\, Ghana\, South Africa)\n02 The Formative Years of Suzana and Dimitris Antonakakis: A Transcultural Genealogy of Critical Regionalism\n(Stylanos Giamarelos\, Greece\, UK)\n03 Hotel Resorts in The Canary Islands: Creating a Vernacular City on the Insular Landscape. Heritage Distortion\, Aesthetical Fiction of Atlanticity or Tourist Attraction?\n(David Martín López\, Spain)\n04 Modernism and Agrarian Utopia.\n(Maria Helena Maia\, Portugal) \nSession 06_Doubts on Authenticity\n(Session Chair: Henrieta Moravcikova\, Slovak Republic) \n01 Metamorphosis and Ambiguities: Some Remarks on Modern Heritage Preservation\n(Ana Carolina Pellegrini\, Ruth Verde Zein\, Brazil)\n02 Metamorphosis as Ordinary Process of Change. Identity\, Authenticity and Surviving Materials in the Case Study of Giuseppe Terragni‘s Novocomum.\n(Carolina Di Biase\, Alessia Facchi\, Anna Greppi\, Camilla Casonato\, Italy)\n03 Modern Heritage or Not. A Legacy of Post-War Restorations and Modern Movement\n(Miia Perkkiö\, Finland)\n04 Preserving by Using. MUDE Museum as a Case Study.\n(Bárbara Coutinho\, Portugal) \nSession 07_Authenticity and Reuse\n(Session Chair: Louise Noelle Gras\, Mexico) \n01 Patterns of Conversion in Obsolete Cinema Theatres\n(Joana Gouveia Alves\, Portugal)\n02 The Legacies of the Agricultural Production Cooperatives (LPGs) From the Former German Democratic Republic. Surviving as Monuments Without a Function?\n(Vittoria Capresi\, Italy\, Germany)\n03 Continuity Through Change: the Renovation of the Maison des Sciences de l‘Homme Building in Paris\n(Vanessa Fernandez\, Catherine Blain\, France)\n04 Mutatis mutandis: North American Architects in Caracas in the Twentieth Century\n(Hannia Gomez\, Venezuela) \nSession 08_Visions for Living\n(Session Chair: Eui-Sung Yi\, South Korea\, USA) \n01 From Icon to the Ordinary and Back? Questions for the Forthcoming Restoration of Adolf Reding‘s Turmhaus in Wroclaw‘s WUWA Estate of 1929.\n(Jadwiga Urbanik\, Grazyna Hryncewicz-Lamber\, Poland)\n02 Midcentury Modern Domestic Architecture: A Continuum of Livability\n(Kevin Yoder\, Amanda Weko\, USA)\n03 Kaneji Domoto: Versioning Japanese-American Modernism\n(Lynnette Widder\, USA)\n04 Telluric Landscape: Lina Bo Bardi and Suburbia\n(Claudia Costa Cabral\, Brazil) \nSession 09_Shifting Identities\n(Session Chair: Nataša Koselj\, Slovenia) \n01 The Cathedral of Freedom: Shifting Political Identities of an Unbuilt Architectural Project\n(Miloš Kosec\, Slovenia\, UK)\n02 Conservation of Modern Architecture in Portugal: The Lesson of Alvaro Siza\n(Teresa Cunha Ferreira\, Portugal)\n03 Tangible Metamorphosis\, Intangible Changes. The War Memorial Dedicated to the Victims of the Nazi Concentration Camps in the Monumental Cemetery in Milan\n(Giulia Favaretto\, Italy)\n04 Identity and Change in the Reuse of Masieri Memorial by Carlo Scarpa in Venice\n(Sara Di Resta\, Roberta Bartolone\, Italy) \nSession 10_Reinventing Public Institutions\n(Session Chair: Claes Caldenby\, Sweden) \n01 Livio Vacchini‘s Saleggi Primary School in Locarno. Conservation and Regulatory Compliance of 1970s Interiors\n(Roberta Grignolo\, Switzerland)\n02 Renovation of Modern Secondary School Buildings: Two Case Studies in the City of Lisbon\n(Ana Fernandes\, Patricia Lourenco\, Alexandra Alegre\, Maria Bacharel\, Portugal)\n03 Vancouver Experiment: Reinventinga Modern University Campus\n(Susan Ross\, Canada)\n04 Modern Healthcare Buildings in Portugal. From Anamnesis to Institutional and Public Awarness.\n(Daniela Arnaut\, Portugal) \nSession 11_Downtown Reloaded\n(Session Chair: Ruth Verde Zein\, Brazil) \n01 The SESC Project. Going Modern as a Contemporary Urban Strategy\n(Carlos Eduardo Comas\, Marta Peixoto\, Brazil)\n02 The SESC Project. Going Modern as a Contemporary Urban Strategy\n(Allan Shulman\, USA)\n03 The Insertion of Modern\n(Fernando Diniz Moreira\, Patricia Ataide\, Brazil)\n04 Before the Bilbao Effects: A Case Study of Hans Hollein‘s Museum Abteiberg in Mönchengladbach\n(Eva Branscome\, UK) \nSession 12_Updating Materials and Technology\n(Session Chair: Uta Pottgeisser\, Germany\, Belgium) \n01 White\, Everything White? Josef Frank‘s Beer House (1930) in Vienna and its Materiality.\n(Ivo Hammer\, Germany\, Robert Linke\, Austria)\n02 Restoring Jean Prouve. The »Buvette« at Evian and Other Technical Objects\n(Giulia Marino\, Switzerland)\n03 Salk Institute for Biological Studies. Teak Window Wall Conservation Project.\n(Kyle Normandin\, Sara Lardinois\, USA)\n04 Yamanashi Communication Center as Modern Living Heritage. From Metabolic to Composite Conservation.\n(Kenji Watanabe\, Japan) \nSession 13_Energy Efficiency and Environmental Impact\n(Session Chair: Franz Graf\, Switzerland) \n01 Energy Conservation vs. Heritage Conservation: Evaluating Thermal Rehabilitation Scenarios by the Case Study of Terrassenhaussiedlung in Graz.\n(Alexander Eberl\, Austria)\n02 Assessing Strategically Historic Places of the Mid-20th Century in Scotland for Climate Change Impacts.\n(Carsten Hermann\, Scotland)\n03 New Ways in Retrofitting Post War Dutch Tenement Apartment Buildings: CO2-neutral\, Readability and Users Preferences\n(Leo Oorschot\, The Netherlands)\n04 Tales From a Modernist Gallery: Incorporating Dwelling Experience in the 1956’s Porto Public Housing Programme.\n(Paulo Providencia\, Portugal) \nSession 14_The Impact of Mobility\n(Session Chair: Andrea Canziani\, Italy) \n01 Architecture in the Service of Socialist Motoring\n(Peter Vorlik\, Czech Republic)\n02 The Beautiful Everyday Journey\n(Roberta Marcaccio\, UK)\n03 The Adaptive Reuse of Obsolete Inner-City Car Parking Structures of Urban Farming and Local Food Production: 3 UK Case Studies\n(Monika Szopinska-Mularz\, Poland\, Steffen Lehmann\, Germany\, Australia)\n04 Assessing Authenticity: Valuing Use\, Setting and Materiality\n(Catherine Croft\, UK) \nSession 15_ Modernity and Political Upheaval\n(Session Chair: Yoshiyuki Yamana\, Japan) \n01 Permanent Recreation – The Former Spa Sanatoriums Transformation Into Permanent Shelter of Internally Displaced Persons in The Republic of Georgia\n(Martin Zaiček\, Slovenia\, Andrea Kalinova\, Slovakia\, Nano Zazanashvili\, Georgia)\n02 John Harris and Dubai. Political Insights\, Urban Planning and Architectural Landmarks.\n(Tiziano Aglieri Rinella\, Italy\, Dubai\, Ruben Garcia Rubio\, Spain\, Dubai)\n03 The Place of Modernism – architecture\, politics and society in Johannesburg\n(Brendan Hart\, South Africa)\n04 New Approaches to Expanding Niemeyer‘s CTA Design\n(Marcos J. Carilho\, Brazil) \nSession 16_Educating for Preservation and Reuse\n(Session Chair: Wessel de Jonge\, The Netherlands) \n01 How Modern Was Jože Plečnik and What Can We Learn From Him Today? His Famous Buildings in Vienna Then and Now\n(Wolfgang H. Salcher\, Austria)\n02 Contributions of Academic Workshops to the Discussion of Re-Use of Modernist Buildings\n(Michael Melenhorst\, Germany\, Francisco Teixeira Bastos\, Portugal)\n03 Learning to Reuse Modernity: The Educational Challenge\n(Goncalo Canto Moniz\, Portugal\, Andrea Canziani\, Italy\, Carolina Quiroga\, Argentina)\n04 Dissolving »Urban Time Bubbles« Integrating Modern Military Heritage Within the Contemporary City\n(Iris Kashman\, Oren Ben Avraham\, Israel) \n17_ Identity and Nation-Building\n(Session Chair: Bárbara Coutinho\, Portugal) \n01 Concrete Garden City: Trans(planting) the Nation\, From 1950s to Present\n(Eunice Seng\, Singapore\, Hong Kong)\n02 The Clash of Nationalisms: Making Post-Socialist Identity on the Modern Heritage Bettlefield\n(Aneta Vasileva\, Bulgaria)\n03 Modernist Architecture in Gdynia as a Factor of Social Unity and Integration\n(Marek Stepa\, Poland)\n04 Survival of Modernist Identity During Early Socialism in Hungary\n(Daniel Laczo\, Hungary) \nSession 18_ About Team 10_ Continuity and Change\n(Session Chair: Hubert-Jan Henket\, The Netherlands) \n01 Re-thinking the Architecture of Appropriate human Habitat: The Example of Shushtar-e Nou\, Iran (1975-85)\n(Mohamad Sedighi\, Iran\, The Netherlands)\n02 Myth and Metamorphosis: Aldo van Eyck‘s Orphanage (1960) in Amsterdam Restored\n(Wessel de Jonge\, The Netherlands)\n03 The Economist Plaza. How to Create Sustainable Worksplace and Preserve Public Amenity?\n(Deborah Saunt\, UK)\n04 In the Path of the »In-Between« From Buber to van Eyck and from Amsterdam to Sao Paulo\n(Anat Falbel\, Brazil) \n19 Special Session \n– Publishing Identity: The Modern Australia book project\n(Hannah Lewis\, Australia) \n– Developing an Historic Thematic Framework as a Catalyst for Conserving and Managing Twentieth Century Heritage Sites and Places\n(Sheridan Burke\, Australia & Chandler McCoy\, USA) \n– Launching of Books \nPOSTERS \n01 Urban Transformation & Shifting in Production Modes\n(Shaden Awad\, Manal Al-Bishawi\, Palestine)\n02 Modern Residential Architecture in Aleppo City. Transformations and Potentials for the Reconstruction of Old-Aleppo.\n(Christine Kousa\, Uta Pottgiesser\, Els De \, Syria\, Germany\, Belgium)\n03 Identity and Conservation of Modern Architecture in Thailand Case Study: »Sala Phra Kiew« Student Union Building\, Chulalongkorn University\, Bangkok\n(Suphawadee Ratanamart\, Noppawan Ratanamart\, Thailand)\n04 From Controversial Design to Heritage Icon: Seidler‘s Shell House\n(Cristina Garduno Freeman\, Giorgio Marfella\, Gareth Wilson\, Australia)\n05 Keeping Modernism Alive in Australia: Harry Seidler‘s Renovation of His 1950‘s Houses\n(Mariana Martin\, Australia)\n06 Concrete Industrial Architecture in Italy 1950-1980: Documentation of a Changing Modern Heritage\n(Maria Vittoria Santi\, Anna Frangipane\, Italy)\n07 Guatemala Civic Center – Modern Heritage in Danger\n(Sonia M. Fuentes\, Guatemala)\n08 Brasilia‘s Banking Sector as Incomplete Work\, 1957-\n(Helena Bender\, Brazil\, Switzerland)\n09 Metamorphosis of the Hradecky Bridge\n(Lara Slivnik\, Slovenia)\n10 Unintentional Continuity: Development Parallels of Early Modern Urban Planning (Cases: Bratislava\, Slovak Republic and Novi Sad\, Republic of Serbia)\n(Henrieta Moravčikova\, Laura Pastorekova\, Eva Lovra\, Slovak Republic)\n11 Beyond the Growth Paradigm The Future of Transportation‘s Vertical Segregation Ruins Slovak Radio Building Bratislava\n(Pater Szalay\, Slovak Republic)\n12 The Ferantov Vrt Project Students‘ Contribution to the Process of Preserving Modern Heritage\n(Sonja Ifko\, Slovenia)\n13 Preserving the Integrity of Andre Brothers‘ Museums Despite the Evolution of Uses and Conditions of Conservation\n(Caroline Bauer\, France)\n14 Post-Industrial Investigation of Xi‘an Abandoned Industry\n(Chao Wu\, Kecheng Liu\, China)\n15 Esma Pavilion by Roger Bastin and Jacques Dupuis A Modern Heritage to Preserve in Belgium\n(Chiara Fucelli\, Michael Pregardien\, Laurent Debailleux\, Belgium)\n16 Modernist Architecture as a Means of Building the National Identity in the Polish People‘s Republic in the Years 1956-1980\n(Blazej Ciarkowski\, Poland)\n17 The Change in the Tangible and the Intangible Heritage of Eskisehir Sugar Factory Residential Campus\n(Figen Kivilcim Corakbas\, Ayse Deniz Yesiltepe\, Turkey)\n18 Mihelič´s Building in the Urbanistic Context of MišÄević´s »Block Centar« in Osijek\, Republic of Croatia\n(Ines Ambruš\, Denis Ambruš\, Croatia)\n19 Brutal and Fragile: Case Study of New Belgrade‘s »Concrete Baroque«\n(Jelica Jovanović\, Serbia)\n20 The Ongoing History of Restaurant Savoy by Aino and Alvar Aalto\n(Jonas Malmberg\, Finland)\n21 Metamorphosis of the Parliament in Prague: Building the Czechoslovak National Identity Through Archtectural Ideas and Urban Context\n(Klara Bruhova\, Czech Republic)\n22 Mapping Individually Designed Soviet Housing in Riga\, Latvia\n(Liva Garkaje\, Latvia)\n23 Modernism at Extreme Altitudes. Examples of Leisure-Pursuit Buildings Constructed in the Second Republic of Poland (1918-1939)\n(Maciej Motak\, Poland)\n24 Corridor-Free School Buildings by Emil Navinšek\n(Mitja Zorc\, Slovenia)\n25 Curicica Sanatorium: Modern Architecture for Health at Risk\n(Ana M. G. Albano Amora\, Renato da Gama Rosa Costa\, Brazil\, Team: Leonardo Silvestre\, Thaysa Malaquias\, Michael Morouco.)\n26 Building a Modern House in Northern Lebanon: 2 Siblings\, 2 Houses\n(Roula El Khoury Fayad\, Lebanon)\n27 Changes and Continuity: How to Trace Jul de Roover‘s Interior in His Transforming Modernist Oeuvre?\n(Selin Geerinckx\, Els De Vos\, Belgium)\n28 Architectural Concepts of Classical Antiquity In the Project of the French Embassy of Le Corbusier\n(Silvia Raquel Chiarelli\, Brazil)\n29 The Appropiation of the Center of the Cultural Coexistence in Campinas »The Heart of the City«\n(Taiana Car Vidotto\, Ana M. R. G. Monteiro\, Fernando Shigueo Nakandakare\, Brazil)\n30 A Pursue for the Destiny of the Arcade in the Twentieth Century: The Cases of Two Modernist Galleries in Brussels.\n(Tine Poot\, Els De Vos\, Maarten Van Acker\, Belgium)\n31 From Vernacular to Modern – Dutch Natural Stone Out of the Context\n(Wido J. Quist\, The Netherlands)\n32 Sustaining the Social History and Communal Spirit Through an Architectural Heritage Adaptive Reuse Project – Case Study of Revitalising the Oldest Modernist Social Housing »Mei Ho House« in Hong Kong\n(Anna Waiyu Yau\, Hong Kong)\n33 Architecture for the Community: School Building by Franc Novak in Murska Sobota\n(Meta Kutin\, Slovenia) \n URL:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/event/15th-international-docomomo-conference-2018/ LOCATION:Cankarjev Dom\, Prešernova cesta 10\, 1000 Ljubljana\, Slovenia\, Ljubljana\, Slovenia CATEGORIES:Conferences ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/banner-metamorphosis-1-001.jpg END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20171129 DTEND;VALUE=DATE:20171130 DTSTAMP:20201204T223753 CREATED:20180718T083924Z LAST-MODIFIED:20180718T084834Z UID:2174-1511913600-1511999999@rremedio.eu SUMMARY:Conference: “Siza & Pallasmaa. Dialogues North-South” DESCRIPTION:In the framework of the commemorations of the centenary of Finland\, the Embassy of Finland in Lisbon and Docomomo International\, with the support of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation\, held a special conference-dialogue between Álvaro Siza and Juhani Pallasmaa\, with the moderation of Ana Tostões. The session was focused on the architectural exchanges established between North and South\, in the second half of 20th century\, with a focus on the finish architect Alvar Aalto (1898-1976) legacy. \nThe conference “Siza & Pallasmaa. Dialogues North-South” took place in the Auditório 2 of the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian\, 29th November. \nWatch the full conference at Docomomo International Youtube Channel.\nPhotographic report: Docomomo International Facebook Page. \n URL:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/event/conference-siza-pallasmaa-dialogues-north-south/ LOCATION:Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian\, Av. de Berna 45A\, Lisbon\, 1067-001\, Portugal CATEGORIES:Conferences ATTACH;FMTTYPE=image/jpeg:http://rremedio.eu/docomomo/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/SizaPallasmaa_invitation.jpg END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR