Metamorphosis. The Continuity of Change
15th Docomomo International Conference
Cankarjev Dom, Ljubljana, Slovenia
28 to 31 August 2018
Next week Deborah Saunt and Roberta Marcaccio from DSDHA will present two papers at the 15th International Docomomo Conference in Ljubljana. Deborah will be speaking about our recent work at the Smithsons' Economist Plaza (now renamed Smithson Plaza), while Roberta will report on our research on cycling and mobility in London.
Every two years Docomomo (the international committee for documentation and conservation of buildings, sites and neighbourhoods of the Modern Movement) organises an international conference, bringing together members and friends from its 72 national Working Parties, as an opportunity for in-depth exploration of an important theme or aspect of the Modern Movement.
The 15th International Conference addresses the history of Modern Movement transformations, both in relation to cultural and natural aspects within the overall continuity of change.
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Cycopaths: The Future of Urban MobilityRoyal College of Art
Monday 31 Oct to Friday 4 NovAs recipients of the 2016 Fellowship in the Built Environment awarded by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 – DSDHA's Ellen, Tom, Astrid and Roberta will be running a workshop at the RCA to map the beautiful everyday journeys across London.Taking the bicycle as a primary vehicle for investigation, their workshop will consider alternatives to the narrative of ‘speed/efficiency’ that is currently regulating London’s transport system, and deeply investigate how the way we move affects our experience of space. To this end, with the students, they will map the visual, psychological and sensorial experience of London’s cyclists, analysing their movement in relationship with notions of ‘beauty’ and ‘pleasure’.The research methodology will draw inspiration from previous experiments carried out in the 70s, which analysed the impact of the altered perception of space allowed by the car on the perception and production of architecture.Share:
Ellen Hadden speaking at the National Urban Design Conference 2016Thursday 6 and Friday 7 OctoberVSC Conference Centre63-79 Seymour StreetLondon W2 2HFSpeaking at 'Learning From London' – the second session of this year's Urban Design Conference – Senior Associate Ellen Hadden will present the most recent developments of our study on cycling in London.As recipients of the 2016 Fellowship in the Built Environment, awarded by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, DSDHA are currently exploring the notion of 'The Beautiful Everyday Journey’, with the aim to make cycling in our city a more pleasurable, exciting and accessible mode of transport.
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