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Writingplace 2. Inscription: Tracing Place | Klaske Havik, Susana Oliveira, Jacob Voorthuis, Noortje Weenink | nai010 | 9789462084766

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Writingplace. Journal 2. Inscription: Tracing place

History and Memory in Architectural and Literary Practice

Auteur:Kaske Havik, Susana Oliveira, Jacob Voorthuis, Noortje Weenink

Uitgever:nai010

ISBN: 978-94-6208-476-6

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 144 pagina's
  • 24 sep. 2019

Writingplace Journal for Architecture and Literature is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal focusing on architecture and literature.

This journal is a vehicle for the Writingplace platform to continue its exploration of the relationship between architecture and literature, which has already resulted in the publication of Writingplace: Investigations in Architecture and Literature in 2016. Each issue of the journal will focus on themes central to the fruitful relationship between architecture and literature. The journal’s content will range from pedagogy, spatial analysis, and critical theory to artistic practices, individual buildings, landscape and urban design. It will therefore be of interest to architects, teachers and architecture students as well as the more general reader with an interest in both spatial design and literature. This first issue explores the literary methods in architectural education in an international context.

Writingplace Journal for Architecture and Literature is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal focusing on architecture and literature.

This journal is a vehicle for the Writingplace platform to continue its exploration of the relationship between architecture and literature, which has already resulted in the publication of Writingplace: Investigations in Architecture and Literature in 2016. Each issue of the journal will focus on themes central to the fruitful relationship between architecture and literature. The journal’s content will range from pedagogy, spatial analysis, and critical theory to artistic practices, individual buildings, landscape and urban design. It will therefore be of interest to architects, teachers and architecture students as well as the more general reader with an interest in both spatial design and literature. This first issue explores the literary methods in architectural education in an international context.

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