The Ethical Imperative, 106 Annual Meeting ACSA Conference

Dayer, C. (Arrangør)

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How do architects write and theorize about and with their projects? If, as Italian philosopher Giambattista Vico stated, “verum ipsum factum (the true is what is made)”, how do architects navigate from thoughts into projects and from projects into thoughts? Within any process of translation there are certainly detours, unexpected discoveries, and the emergence of new meanings. This special JAE session will focus on presenting various ways in which Design as Scholarship can be understood, expressed, and expanded. The session relates to JAE’s most recent issue which questions what it means ‘to project a project’, what are the tools that play a role in its making, and what are the ideas that a project offers during and after its realization. Design as Scholarship, a foundational category in the journal, attempts to challenge the reflective side of practice, one where the theory of practice and the practice of theory lead to a robust synergy rather than a polar division.
Heather Flood, Woodbury University
Pari Riahi, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Peggy Deamer, Yale University
Kevin Hirth, University of Colorado
Marc Neveu, Arizona State University
Periode17 mar. 2018
PlaceringColorado, Denver, USA
Grad af anerkendelseInternational