Simposio de Arquitectura “Tabula Rasa”. Abierto el período de recepción de abstracts.

2014_ BLOG MDANAVARRA_ SOBRE LA VIDA EN LA ESCUELA_SINOPSIO TABULA RASA_01

THE SYMPOSIUM

The School of Architecture of the University of Navarra in collaboration with the European Architectural History Network (EAHN) calls for proposals by PhD candidates in architecture and other fields related to it to participate in its 1st Student Research Symposium, which will be hosted by the University of Navarra, in Pamplona, February from 19th to 20th 2015. The topic of the symposium will be Tabula Rasa.

Saint Thomas Aquinas, following Aristotle, claimed that we were born tanquam tabula rasa, in qua nihil est depictum (like tabula rasa, in which nothing is written). This fact seems very unlikely when addressing the way a project is born, always related to other circumstances as history, site, styles, clientele, budget, and all those conditions that determine the work, and to which it seems very useful to look at what has been done before. However, there were moments in time when ‘doing Tabula Rasa’ seemed the only way of solving a specific architectural problem, some of the urbanism proposed by the modern movement is a good example of this approach.

The deadline of abstracts reception is September 30th. Candidates will be notified in early October 2014. Final drafts of successful papers will be required in the middle of December. Any questions pertaining to eligibility or procedure can be addressed to Elena Lacilla at phdsymposium@unav.es.

Para más información dirigirse a http://phdsymposiumetsaun.wordpress.com/university-of-navarra/

 

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