Author Archives: Klaske Havik

Writingplace journal #1

We are proud to announce that the first issue of the Writingplace journal for Architecture and Literature has been published! The Writingplace journal is an open-access e-journal, published by nai010 publishers and TUDelft Open. Launched in 2018, it is the

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Writingplace journal #1

We are proud to announce that the first issue of the Writingplace journal for Architecture and Literature has been published! The Writingplace journal is an open-access e-journal, published by nai010 publishers and TUDelft Open. Launched in 2018, it is the

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Call for Papers: The City: Myth and Materiality

we received the following call for papers: The City: Myth and Materiality  Cities have always been driven by the dynamics between myths and materialities, oscillations between founding myths (from Rome to St Petersburg), to the material conditions of city sites

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Call for Papers: The City: Myth and Materiality

we received the following call for papers: The City: Myth and Materiality  Cities have always been driven by the dynamics between myths and materialities, oscillations between founding myths (from Rome to St Petersburg), to the material conditions of city sites

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Call for Abstracts: Writingplace journal #2

  Inscription: Tracing Place The journal issue Inscription: Tracing Place focuses on the role of history and memory in literary and architectural practice.

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Call for Abstracts: Writingplace journal #2

  Inscription: Tracing Place The journal issue Inscription: Tracing Place focuses on the role of history and memory in literary and architectural practice.

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Readings: Aalto and Salmona

New article published in the Montreal Architectural Review: Acts of Symbiosis: A Literary Analysis of the Work of Rogelio Salmona and Alvar Aalto Presenting a double reading of architectural spaces, this article aims to bring together works of the architects

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Readings: Aalto and Salmona

New article published in the Montreal Architectural Review: Acts of Symbiosis: A Literary Analysis of the Work of Rogelio Salmona and Alvar Aalto Presenting a double reading of architectural spaces, this article aims to bring together works of the architects

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the poet and the architect

is the poet closer to understanding place than the architect? can the poet see the light as life as moving time the white patches on this wall as reflections of the sea?

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the poet and the architect

is the poet closer to understanding place than the architect? can the poet see the light as life as moving time the white patches on this wall as reflections of the sea?

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Ciudad Abierta _ in that it speaks…

I in that it speaks it tells of time of its founding fathers of the builders, with words and stones who rest now on this silent land that they have brought to life.   II in that it speaks to

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Ciudad Abierta _ in that it speaks…

I in that it speaks it tells of time of its founding fathers of the builders, with words and stones who rest now on this silent land that they have brought to life.   II in that it speaks to

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Ciudad Abierta, Valparaiso

I there are hardly any streets – paved, with houses on each side – there is sand there are paths there are objects constructs in the hills poles in the grass with colour.   II there are houses that bend

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Ciudad Abierta, Valparaiso

I there are hardly any streets – paved, with houses on each side – there is sand there are paths there are objects constructs in the hills poles in the grass with colour.   II there are houses that bend

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call for papers Writing | Architecture

Writing | Architecture deadline for submissions: February 15, 2018 Special Issue of TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses Editors: Professor Eleni Bastéa and Dr Patrick West The long, entangled and fascinating association of architecture with writing has always been

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call for papers Writing | Architecture

Writing | Architecture deadline for submissions: February 15, 2018 Special Issue of TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses Editors: Professor Eleni Bastéa and Dr Patrick West The long, entangled and fascinating association of architecture with writing has always been

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Presentation OASE#98 narrating urban landscapes

19 oktober 2017 / 19 October 2017 KU Leuven, Faculteit Architectuur, Campus Sint-Lucas Gent, Hoogstraat 51, Ghent, Belgium PROGRAM 7:30 p.m. OASE and content #98 by OASE editors Véronique Patteeuw (ENSAP Lille), Klaske Havik (TUDelft), Bruno Notteboom (KULeuven) 7:50 p.m.

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Presentation OASE#98 narrating urban landscapes

19 oktober 2017 / 19 October 2017 KU Leuven, Faculteit Architectuur, Campus Sint-Lucas Gent, Hoogstraat 51, Ghent, Belgium PROGRAM 7:30 p.m. OASE and content #98 by OASE editors Véronique Patteeuw (ENSAP Lille), Klaske Havik (TUDelft), Bruno Notteboom (KULeuven) 7:50 p.m.

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Event: the Dutch landscape in literature

The Dutch literary magazine de Gids celebrates its 180 year’s existence with two evenings discussing the Dutch (literary) landscape in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Wednesday Oct 11th in Amsterdam, with writers  Piet Gerbrandy, Iduna Paalman, P.F. Thomése, Marcel Möring, Tommy Wieringa Thursday

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Event: the Dutch landscape in literature

The Dutch literary magazine de Gids celebrates its 180 year’s existence with two evenings discussing the Dutch (literary) landscape in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Wednesday Oct 11th in Amsterdam, with writers  Piet Gerbrandy, Iduna Paalman, P.F. Thomése, Marcel Möring, Tommy Wieringa Thursday

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