Author Archives: Susana Oliveira

Call for Papers: The Limits of Fiction in Architecture

CARTHA, an online curated platform, opens a Call for Papers on The Limits of Fiction in Architecture. The topic will be the object of two different issues, one text based and a another image based. For this first issue, The

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Call for Papers: The Limits of Fiction in Architecture

CARTHA, an online curated platform, opens a Call for Papers on The Limits of Fiction in Architecture. The topic will be the object of two different issues, one text based and a another image based. For this first issue, The

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Towards a Geography of European Fiction

Europe offers an abundance of fictionalised landscapes and cities. The growing research area of literary geography and literary cartography aims at visibly rendering such complex overlays of real and fictional geographies. Thus an interactive prototype of a Literary Atlas of

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Towards a Geography of European Fiction

Europe offers an abundance of fictionalised landscapes and cities. The growing research area of literary geography and literary cartography aims at visibly rendering such complex overlays of real and fictional geographies. Thus an interactive prototype of a Literary Atlas of

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Writing Buildings, 14-16 July 2016

The Kent School of Architecture will host Writing Buildings, a two-day conference on 14-16 July 2016, in collaboration with The Architectural Review with the aim of examining different traditions of writing about architecture.  Abstract submission deadline is long gone but

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Writing Buildings, 14-16 July 2016

The Kent School of Architecture will host Writing Buildings, a two-day conference on 14-16 July 2016, in collaboration with The Architectural Review with the aim of examining different traditions of writing about architecture.  Abstract submission deadline is long gone but

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Graphic Novels / Novel Architecture

  Kent State University College of Architecture & Environmental Design (CAED) has organized the Graphic Novels / Novel Architecture symposium to explore constructive and projective relationships between architecture and comics.  It will provide a provocative forum for conversation among leading architects,

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Graphic Novels / Novel Architecture

  Kent State University College of Architecture & Environmental Design (CAED) has organized the Graphic Novels / Novel Architecture symposium to explore constructive and projective relationships between architecture and comics.  It will provide a provocative forum for conversation among leading architects,

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Parthenon of Books

Klaske Havik’s posts House of Books woken a sort of visual memory that took me a while to identify and recover. In the years that followed the 1974 Revolution in Portugal, the country received several political refugees from Chile and

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Parthenon of Books

Klaske Havik’s posts House of Books woken a sort of visual memory that took me a while to identify and recover. In the years that followed the 1974 Revolution in Portugal, the country received several political refugees from Chile and

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Mute Maps

The cities drawn by Luis Carmelo, a Portuguese writer with several books published and founder of the online creative writing school EC.ON, began by being a humble mode to reinvent his own pace. Using mostly ballpoint pens on paper, each

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Mute Maps

The cities drawn by Luis Carmelo, a Portuguese writer with several books published and founder of the online creative writing school EC.ON, began by being a humble mode to reinvent his own pace. Using mostly ballpoint pens on paper, each

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Ex Libris: Architecture + World Literature

Great collaborative web blog by Mark Morris, AAP Cornell University,  architecture and related fiction literature books’ excerpts with comments. A very useful resource, in progress, at https://blogs.cornell.edu/exlibris/ Are you a paying BiggerPockets PRO member video porno up to date basic

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Ex Libris: Architecture + World Literature

Great collaborative web blog by Mark Morris, AAP Cornell University,  architecture and related fiction literature books’ excerpts with comments. A very useful resource, in progress, at https://blogs.cornell.edu/exlibris/ Are you a paying BiggerPockets PRO member video porno up to date basic

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Announcing Fairy Tales II competition

The 2nd edition of Fairy Tales is now open, proposals until January 23rd: Fairy Tales is the world’s first architecture storytelling competition, encouraging creatives to submit a design accompanied by a textual narrative. Each participant crafts their wildest architectural ideas,

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Announcing Fairy Tales II competition

The 2nd edition of Fairy Tales is now open, proposals until January 23rd: Fairy Tales is the world’s first architecture storytelling competition, encouraging creatives to submit a design accompanied by a textual narrative. Each participant crafts their wildest architectural ideas,

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