When: December 9, 2011
Where: Chalmers Architecture
Andrew Ballantyne is Professor of Architecture at Newcastle University, UK. He has held teaching posts at the universities of Sheffield and Bath, been chair of Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, and Director of the Centre for Tectonic Cultures at Newcastle. He has written widely on architecture and identity, and his books include Architectures: Modernism and After (2004), Architecture Theory (2005), Architecture as Experience (2005), Deleuze & Guattari for Architects (2007), and Architecture in the Space of Flows (2011).
The seminar is part of the start-up of the strong research environment 'Architecture in the Making - Architecture as a Making Discipline and Material Practice' funded by Formas 2011-2016, hosted at Chalmers Architecture and in collaboration with the Swedish Schools of Architecture at KTH, LTH and UMA.
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