Amphithéâtre Neumann - Local 2117
Jeudi 13 octobre 2016, 17h30
Grand Hall du Musée de la civilisation
L’École d’architecture de l’Université Laval reçoit les professeurs-chercheurs Lisbet Harboe et Peter Hemmersam de l’Institute of Urbanism and landscape at the Oslo School of Architecture and design le jeudi 13 octobre 2016 à 17h30 au Musée de la civilisation dans le cadre des Instantanés d’architecture.
PLACE-SPECIFIC ARCTIC URBANISM
Associate Professor, Institute of Urbanism and Landscape at the Oslo school of Architecture and design. Lisbet has years of experience from architectural practice. In 2012 she recieved her PhD at AHO with the dissertation titled: “Social Concerns in Contemporary Architecture: Three European Practices and Their Works”. She currently conducts research on ‘bottom-up’ approaches in architecture and is also involved in research on Arctic Urbanism. Lisbet coordinates the Master in Urbanism programme, and teaches in the Urban Design Studio. Recent publications include:
Associate Professor at the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape at the Oslo school of Architecture and design. Peter is trained as an architect at the Aarhus School of Architecture where he also received his PhD with the project « Fra shoppingcenter til by – en undersøgelse af det integrerede shoppingcenter ». He is a former partner in the architectural practice Transform. His main research interest lies in the theory and practice of urban design. He was part of the research projects YOUrban (looking into the relations between social media, design and urbanism) and he is currently undertaking research on circumpolar landscapes in the project Future North. He directs the Centre for Urban and Landscape Studies at AHO and heads the Research Committee at the same institution. He is a research fellow at the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art. Recent publications include:
Détails à venir
Une présentation de l’École d’architecture de l’Université Laval, en collaboration avec les Musées de la civilisation, TREMCO, la Ville de Québec, et Kollectif.