DOCONF2023 Proceedings have been published. The bi-annual DOCONF series, organised by the Department of Urban Planning and Design, Faculty of Architecture, Budapest University of Technology and Economics and the Foundation for Urban Design, Budapest, provides a comparative overview of current doctoral research in architecture, urban design, urban planning, and landscape architecture focusing on the urban challenges related… Continue reading DOCONF2023 Proceedings
Architects’ Journeys #1: Stanislas Jasinski Authors: Véronique Boone (vice chair Docomomo Belgium), Maurizio Cohen, Benoît MoritzPublisher: Mercatorfonds Brussels (2023) Architects’ Journeys is a collection of monographs on architects who left their mark on the built landscape of Brussels after the First World War. The collection focuses on the output of architects whose work is less well known,… Continue reading Architects’ Journeys #1: Stanislas Jasinski
Middle Class Mass Housing The first DOCOMOMO Journal of 2023 is available online: #68 on Middle Class Housing in Europe. Together with #69 the printed version of this issue will we sent to all DOCOMOMO International members before the end of the year. Enjoy the online version via https://doi.org/10.52200/docomomo.68 This special issue of the Docomomo… Continue reading DOCOMOMO Journal #68 – 2023/1
Ambitions / the architecture of the eighties The authors of this book set out to explain some of the key processes behind the Czech architecture of the 1980s – such as the growing efforts to engage in internal, critical self-reflection, the realistic assessments of what the Czech building industry was capable of and attempts to… Continue reading New Publication – Ambitions/the architecture of the eighties
Proceedings 17th International Docomomo Conference Modern Design: Social Commitment and Quality of Life EditorsCARMEN JORDÁ SUCHMAITE PALOMARES FIGUERESANA TOSTÕESUTA POTTGIESSER 17th International Docomomo Conference6-9 September 2022Universitat Politècnica de València, València · Spain Publishersdocomomo internationaltirant lo blanch Download the proceedings in pdf. Printed copies available via tirant lo blanch.
DOCOMOMO Journals 66 and 67 DOCOMOMO International is pleased to present the DOCOMOMO Journal issues No. 66 and No. 67, digitally available online. Physical copies will soon be shipped to our Members worldwide. DOCOMOMO Journal 66 – Modern Plastic Heritage combines the spirit of the multi-facetted technology dossiers into a fully-fledged journal bridging documentation and… Continue reading DOCOMOMO Journals 66 and 67
Álvaro Siza’s Lordelo do Ouro Cooperative Building: Preliminary Studies towards the Conservation of a Masterpiece in Need of Recognition
Territories of Faith. Religion, Urban Planning and Demographic Change in Post-War Europe A novel and interdisciplinary perspective on post-war church building. DOCOMOMO International would like to draw your attention to a new book publication entitled Territories of Faith. Religion, Urban Planning and Demographic Change in Post-War Europe. Sterken, Sven and Weyns, Eva (eds.), Leuven University… Continue reading Territories of Faith. Religion, Urban Planning and Demographic Change in Post-War Europe
Designing Modernity: Architecture in the Arab World 1945-1973 DOCOMOMO International would like to draw your attention to a new book launch and symposium – Designing Modernity: Architecture in the Arab World 1945-1973, George Arbid – Philipp Oswalt (ed.). Please see the press release below: Since 2019, the Goethe-Institut Palestinian territories, together with international experts, has… Continue reading Designing Modernity: Architecture in the Arab World 1945-1973
Revaluing Modern Architecture. Changing Conservation Culture. DOCOMOMO International would like to draw your attention to the new book of John Allan: Revaluing Modern Architecture. Changing Conservation Culture. The conservation of our Modern architectural heritage is a subject of vehement debate. When do buildings become old or significant enough to warrant special heritage status and protection?… Continue reading Revaluing Modern Architecture. Changing Conservation Culture.