DARE (Danish Network for Architecture & Urbanism Research) invites you to the research symposium: The Very First House was a Wind Palisade.
‘A building’ is a thing, while ‘to build’ is an action. To build a sustainable future, we must address both. At this second DARE symposium, ‘The very first house was a wind palisade…’, we bring together researchers and practitioners from across the Danish research and practice environments of architecture and urban studies, to discuss sustainable building practices, including aspects of material scarcity, growth and degrowth, forms of dwelling and forms of living with and through the non-human.
The aim is to deepen our understanding of the composite nature and temporal interrelation of buildings, the act of building, and the flows of materials, energy, capital, etc., that continuously situates circumscribes, and (re-)produce both. Through keynotes and discussions, the symposium unpacks the perspectives of both sustainable construction and the diverse activity of building and inhabitation – presently and historically.
This is the second symposium out of three exploratory forums for contemporary research in architecture, urban design, and landscape planning. It follows the first symposium, ‘Entangled Scales: Urban and Rural Interaction’. The third symposium, ‘The Power of Knowledge. Rights to Define Futures’ is planned for the autumn of 2024.
COFFEE & REGISTRATION
WELCOME / Thomas Bo Jensen and Maja de Neergaard
PLENUM DISCUSSION / Moderated by Nicolaj Tofte Brenniche, Chief of Research Administration, The Royal Academy
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