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23 March – 19 April
Spazio Ex Verniciature Allestimenti Portanuova
Via Adamello 9, Milano


A cura di / curated by
Arnaldo Arnaldi / Audrey Cadonà / Davide Fabio Colaci / Chiara Filios / Marialessandra Luccioli / Rossella Tomassini / Silvia Zauli

con il contributo di / contributors
Chiara Alessi / Angela Rui



Domani sera
Opening Cocktail Party
ore 18:30

Spazio Ex Verniciature Allestimenti Portanuova
Via Adamello 9, Milano



I limiti dell’intervento

L’orizzonte oikologico dell’architettura

International Seminar & Design Workshop


9-19 may, 2015
Universitatea de Arhitectură şi Urbanism Ion Mincu, București (România)


Directors: prof. Marius Marcu Lapadad & prof. Agostino Bossi

Organitation: Oana Diaconescu

Contacts & Info: pierluigi.salvadeo@polimi.it (for Politecnico di Milano students); bossi@unina.it (for other Schools students)


Job / Northumbria University

Positions for Senior Lecturer (x3) and Reader in Architecture

Northumbria University, Newcastle


The Department of Architecture and Built Environment of the Northumbria University is now advertising:





Job / University of Sheffield

Positions for Senior Lecturer in Humanities and Design and Chair in Architecture

University of Sheffield, School of Architecture


The University of Sheffield School of Architecture is now advertising two posts in the Architectural Humanities:



Open Sorce

mobilità, moltiplicazione, inserimenti


17 March – 5 April, 2015
Studio Museo Francesco Messina, Milano



Call for Papers / Journal

IL CAPITALE CULTURALE. Studies on the Value of Cultural Heritage

n. 14 (2016): Museums and exhibitions between WWI and WWII


Abstract deadline: 15th May 2015


The n. 14 (2016) of «IL CAPITALE CULTURALE. Studies on the value of the cultural heritage» calls for papers on the history of museums and exhibitions between the two world wars. The monograph issue aims to deepen the knowledge of educational and social role of museums with attention to the interaction, that animates those years, between art history, popular culture, ethnography. The call is, therefore, for studies and archival research that address the topic of the museums in the 1920s and 1930s in relation to history of culture, art, architecture, conservation, social, political, administrative and economic both in the national contexts and in respect to an international horizon.


Call for Papers / Conference

5th Annual International Conference on Architecture


6-9 July 2015
Athens, Greece


Abstract deadline: 16 March 2015


The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), a world association of academics and researchers, organizes its 5th Annual International Conference on Architecture, 6-9 July 2015, Athens, Greece. Please submit a 300-word abstract before 16 March 2015, by email (atiner@atiner.com), addressed to Dr. Nicholas Patricios, Head, Architecture & Engineering Research Unit, ATINER & Professor and Dean Emeritus, School of Architecture, University of Miami, USA.


Please include with this order:

  • Title of Paper
  • First Name and Family name of all co-authors
  • Current Position of all co-authors
  • Institutional Affiliation (University/Organization) of all co-authors
  • Country of all co-authors
  • an email address of all co-authors
  • at least 3 keywords that best describe the subject of your submission

Decisions will be reached within four weeks of your submission.


Should you wish to participate in the Conference as a chair of a session, evaluate papers which are to be included in the conference proceedings or books, contribute to the editing of a book, or any other contribution, please send an email to Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, President, ATINER & Honorary Professor, University of Stirling, UK (gregory.papanikos@stir.ac.uk).





Call for Papers / Journal

ARTis ON – New scientific digital journal

issue 1: Decorative Arts



Deadline: Apr 30, 2015



ARTIS, Art History Institute at the University of Lisbon will publish during the present year, 2015, the No. 1 of ARTis ON, a new electronic journal devoted to the dissemination of Art History studies, Heritage Science and Art Market.
ARTis ON will be an annual scientific journal, published only in digital format, open to collaboration with all, academics, students, heritage technicians, agents of the art markets, etc., in order to promote emerging studies that stand out for their quality and originality.
Dedicated to the plurality of issues involving the Arts and Heritage, both national and international, ARTis ON will comprise a Thematic Block and a Varia section, aimed at small items such as book reviews, news of recent discoveries, innovations produced by research projects, interviews, etc.
The investment in digital format and in the possibility of publishing articles in several foreign languages (English, Spanish, French and Italian) aims to expand the journal disclosure and allow the publication by foreign authors.


Call for Researchers

ADAPT-r Call for Experienced Researcher

Glasgow School of Arts, Estonian Academy of Arts, RMIT Europe


Deadline: 2 March 2015


ADAPT-r is a €4M FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network offering a new approach to PhD training for creative practitioners and includes 40 Fellowships, 7 training conferences, two research conferences, a major exhibition, five key books, and a website providing public access to research and events. ADAPT-r commenced on 1 January 2013 and will run over four years. ADAPT-r is a network of 7 Partner Institutions and engages with SMEs (architecture, design and art practices).


Experienced Researcher Following contractual EC regulations, an Experienced Researcher within the Marie Curie framework is defined as a researcher who, at the time of recruitment is:

  1. in possession of a doctoral degree, independently of the time taken to acquire it, or has at least four years of full-time equivalent research experience and
  2. has less than five years of full-time equivalent research experience.

Description This is the last of several calls for applications from researchers in architecture, design and art for a total of 7 experienced researcher fellowships. The current 3 specific Experienced Research fellowships concern employment for a period of 12 months at Glasgow School of Arts, 12 months at Estonian Academy of Arts and 16 months at RMIT Europe starting between April 2015 and January 2016.


Call for Articles / Journal


Special Issue (Volume 6 Issue 3 – 2015)



Submission deadline: April 10, 2015


Alice T Friedman (Wellesley College) and Anne Massey (Middlesex University) invite contributions to the journal’s 2015 special issue, Spaces of Faith.

What are the special challenges presented by designing spaces for the purposes of shared religious worship or private reflection? What impact does ritual and rhythm have on these interior spaces? How have private places for spiritual regeneration been incorporated into domestic spaces? How have potential users been incorporated into the design process? Papers could explore the theme of Spaces of Faith from the perspective of one particular faith, or from that of multi-faith interiors. From airports to universities, ocean liners to hospitals, the unique challenges of designing for a variety of faiths, of meeting disparate requirements in one interior have characterised this subject over recent years. What has been provided for shared worship? How have the designers met these challenges? How successful have they been? Alternatively, the theme of changed usage may be explored, with church interiors being converted into cafes and monasteries into hotels.



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