Premio Tesi Laurea Magistrale

Premio “Ezio De Felice” per gli Studi di Museografia e Museologia

Seconda edizione – Anno 2016


La Fondazione Culturale Ezio De Felice, allo scopo di promuovere e valorizzare ricerche svolte da giovani studiosi nel settore della Museografia (ICAR 16) e della Museologia (L-ART 04), bandisce per l’anno 2016 la II edizione del “Premio Ezio De Felice” per gli Studi di Museografia e di Museologia.

Il Premio verrà assegnato alla Tesi di Laurea Magistrale che presenti particolari qualità analitiche e metodologiche e costituisca un contributo originale nel campo degli studi di Museografia e Museologia. Saranno privilegiate le Tesi di Laurea Magistrali condotte con specifica metodologia che consenta di mettere in luce i moderni indirizzi internazionali di Museografia e di Museologia.

Possono concorrere al Premio autori che abbiano conseguito la Laurea Magistrale nel periodo compreso tra il 1 gennaio 2013 e il 31 dicembre 2015, e che alla data del conseguimento della Laurea non abbiano superato i 30 anni di età.


Maggiori informazioni nel bando




2 April – 12 September 2016
Palazzo della Triennale, Italy


Tutti abitiamo dentro alle case, e dentro a quegli spazi la nostra vita si svolge per buona parte. Lì ci riposiamo, ci rigeneriamo, leggiamo, pensiamo, studiamo, mangiamo, dormiamo, viviamo insieme alla nostra famiglia, accogliamo gli amici.

In occasione della XXI Esposizione Internazionale, la Triennale di Milano e il Salone del Mobile presentano la mostra STANZE. Altre filosofie dell’abitare.


Job / Victoria University of Wellington

Lecturer or Senior Lecturer – Interior Architecture

Faculty of Architecture & Design – Wellington, New Zealand


Applications close Tuesday, 31 May 2016


The School of Architecture seeks to appoint a full time lecturer or senior lecturer in Interior Architecture.

Candidates should exhibit evidence of a high level of research and scholarly production, along with a record of excellence in teaching and show strong promise of making significant contributions to the advancement of interior architecture as an academic discipline.

The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to integrate a robust understanding of interior architecture theory and the principles of sustainable design for interiors with innovative design studio teaching.


Victoria University of Wellington is an EEO employer and actively seeks to meet its obligations under the Treaty of Waitangi.

Call for Papers / Journal


Building Interventions and Adaptive Reuse


Abstract deadline: July 15, 2016


Established in 2009 as the first American academic publication focusing on Design and Adaptive Reuse, the Int|AR Journal explores this inherently sustainable practice through multi-faceted investigations and paradigmatic examples. Encompassing issues of preservation, conservation, alteration and interventions, each peer-reviewed issue offers broad but distinct viewpoints on a single topic.

From Scarpa’s poetic use of water in the redesign for the Foundation Querini Stampalia in Venice and Luis Barragán’s reflecting pools to Kraanspoor, the reuse of waterfront infrastructure in the Amsterdam docks, the Moses Bridge’s provision of access to a restored 17th century waterline, the reuse of torpedo stations in the Baltic Sea, lifted foundations and floating communities designed for rising sea levels, water has served as an inspiration, a material, a force, an auditory experience, a catalyst for architecture and design.

In Volume 08 of the Int|AR Journal of Interventions and Adaptive Reuse, we contemplate water in all of its many different manifestations.

We invite scholarly proposals of ideas, built or unbuilt projects and critical explorations that investigate the relationship of water in design and building reuse from historical, theoretical, environmental, cultural and social points of view.


Salone del Mobile

space & interiors


April 12th, 2016 – h. 17.30
The Mall, Milano


Intervengono Ico Migliore e Mara Servetto, progettisti della mostra-evento



Call for Papers / Journal of Interior Design

Elocutions, Elaborations and Expositions of Interior Design Creative Scholarship | Special Journal Issue

Sponsored by the Journal of Interior Design
Under the auspices of Interior Design Educators Council


Abstract deadline: July 1st, 2016

Download the Call for Papers 


“Stiffened from long sleep in the background of scholarly life, the scholar’s body yearns to exercise its muscles. Sleepy from long inactivity, it aches to restore its sensibilities.” (Paul Stroller, Sensuous Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997, p. 21)

Whether one adheres to the terminology of creative scholarship, research-creation, practice-based research, practice-led research or artistic research, qualititative research in art, design and the creative arts in general, has shifted in recent decades to embrace a wide range of practices, approaches and expressions that acknowledge the generation of new knowledge through creative modes of inquiry. In this paradigm, creative works such as durational performances, architectural projects, interactive media installations, films, and interior designs, have the capacity as affective spatial experiences and/or materially constructed environments to generate, in and of themselves, new understanding.

If we take this potential seriously, as Natalie S. Loveless suggests, it will give artists and designers the opportunity “to marshall new methods that allow us to tell new stories, stories that demand new research literacies and outputs”; “to revision and re-craft—to re-story—our disciplinary practices.” (RACAR: revue d’art canadienne / Canadian Art Review, Vol. 40, No. 1 (2015), pp. 53)



Interni Milanesi

Architetture domestiche di Vico Magistretti


24/03/2016 – 18/02/2017
Milano, Italy


FVM Interni milanesi – invito

Job / Université Libre de Bruxelles

Architectural Engineering and Digital Design

Brussels School of Engineering / Ecole Polytechnique de Bruxelles
BATir Department – Building, Architecture & Town Planning


Deadline: March 15th, 2016


Required Qualifications: PhD Degree (with doctoral thesis) in Engineering Sciences or Architecture
Required Skills:
The chair is opened in the domain of Architectural Engineering, with special focus on digital design.


Call for Papers / Conference

“Ideal” homes? A history of the home


6th May 2016, 10:00-16:30
London Metropolitan Archives (40 Northampton Road)
London, United Kingdom


Abstract deadline: 1st April 2016


Inspired by material from the Ideal Home Show found in the recently deposited Earls Court and Olympia Collection, this day of talks and document viewings will explore how the ideal and reality of the home has changed over the centuries.


Papers are invited from across the heritage, cultural and academic sectors. Our aim is to generate a dialogue between these groups through a programme of presentations, shorts talks and document viewings.

Topics may include but are not limited to:

  • Collections – How can the collections of archives, museums, libraries, galleries and other cultural organisations inform our understanding of the home and domesticity throughout history?
  • “Ideal” homes?  – What were people’s aspirations for their homes and domestic spaces, what influenced these aspirations, and how have they changed?
  • Real Homes – What were people’s homes really like in the past?  How and why did they change over time, and what influence did social standing and wealth have on the home?


We invite short abstracts of between 50 and 200 words for informal 10 minute presentations that share work-in- progress or provide an introduction to new projects or research that address these topics.

Abstracts to:



Job / University of Antwerp

Tenured academic staff area of interior architecture


The Faculty of Design Sciences is seeking to fill the following full-time vacancy: tenured academic staff in the area of interior architecture


Job description

  • You will be assigned different lecturing duties at bachelor and master level in the area of interior design, and you will supervise master students in Master Dissertation (24 ECTS).
  • You will expand the scientific research in the area of interior architecture.
  • You will acquire and manage external funding (national and international.
  • You will supervise doctoral students.
  • You will be involved in internal policy making.
  • You will offer scientific services: among others you will contribute to the further development of the international academic network in the field of interior design.



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