Claudia Faraone is an architect (2004, IUAV Venezia), has a PhD in territorial policies and local projects (2011, RomaTre, LAA|Paris Villette), and holds an EMU/ European Postgraduate Master in Urbanism (2007, UPC Barcellona, Delft University of Technology and KU Leuven). Since 2004 she has participated in and organised several workshops, research projects, exhibitions and audio-visual productions, exploring cultures of production and practices of urban space. She was involved in the development of ‘descriptions’ and design proposals for urban landscape transformations in territories after natural and human disasters (Skopje, L’Aquila, Karst region) and affected by socioeconomic transformations (Veneto region and Rome). Since 2005, she has been teaching at the IUAV Venice School of Architecture, at the Architecture Department at Roma 3 University, and the Advanced Course of visual arts at the Fondazione Ratti in Como (2006). She is a founding member of the multidisciplinary research group ETICity-Exploring Territories, Imagining the City.
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Thursday 15 December 2016, Tobias Armborst (Interborro Partners) and Bert Gellynck (1010 architecture urbanism) will give a double lecture. The lecture is followed by a discussion with the (guest)editors of OASE 96, Michiel Dehaene, Els Vervloesem en Marleen Goethals. Joachim Declerck (AWB) will moderate the discussion.
On 12 December 2016 the editors of OASE #97 will talk about action and reaction in architecture with Xaveer De Geyter (XDGA) and Willem Jan Neutelings (Neutelings Riedijk Architects). This event is sold out, registration is no longer possible.
Exhibition “Recent Work” about OASE’s graphic designer Karel Martens presented at P!, a gallery in New York from 11 September – 30 October 2016.
OASE #96 examines the remarkable revival of architectural practices that focus on reuse and appropriation of buildings, environments and materials. To what extent can and will designers engage in this process, and what is the possible positive or negative social impact of these interventions? This issue focuses on case studies, practical experience, critical refl ection and ideas that show how architects and urban planners proactively deploy reuse in view of future user opportunities and/or applications.
The aim of
this issue of OASE is to understand
the historical foundations of the concept of narrativity in reading and
designing the (urban) landscape, and to uncover the relevance of narrativity for
Please send your abstract (maximum 500 words) before 15 July 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org.