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Situating Architecture


The 2015 symposium, titled Situating Architecture, featured keynote speakers Prof Adrian Forty (UCL) and Dr Hélène Frichot (KTH, Stockholm). It celebrated the Architectural History MA 2015 cohort in a series of panels and presentations on exhibiting, writing and publishing architectural histories and theories.

Programme 10am - 6pm


Gráinne Hebeler and Tom Keeley


Adrian Forty

Situation 1:

Subjectivity/building histories (part 1): Shahd Omar, Emmanuelle Khoo Fong Yi, Andy Knott (Chair: Nick Beech, School of History, Queen Mary University of London)

Situation 2:  

Exhibiting architectural histories - Tom Keeley, Jon Polo, Duarte Lobo Antunes and Hélène Frichot (Chair: Ben Campkin)

Situation 3:

Subjectivity/building histories (part 2): Rebecca Spaven and Helen Ikla (Chair: Tania Sengupta)

Situation 4:

Publishing architectural histories - Gráinne Hebeler, Jon Astbury, Iain Borden and Robin Wilson (Chair: Barbara Penner)


Hélène Frichot (KTH Stockholm)

Closing discussion.

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