Paper Sessions

Wednesday 22 November 201714:00–16:00 hrs

Paper Session 1: Papers and Models
Location: Room K
Session Chair: Jeroen Goudeau | Radboud University

How to Draw the World: From the Architectural Plan to an Architectural Storytelling
Sophia Banou | The University of Edinburgh
Copies, Traces and Transparent Paper in the Workshop of an 18th-Century Swedish Architect
Anna Bortolozzi | Stockholm University
Between the Layers: Transparent Paper as an Architectural Design Environment
Fabio Colonnese | Sapienza University
Architectural Model-making – the Invisible Trade supporting Architecture
Jane Insley | UCL Institute of Education
Shaping architecture. Models in design processes of the 1960s
Ralf Liptau | Technische Universität Wien

Buy Term Paper from trustful Service

Paper Session 2: Mathematics
Location: Room E
Session Chair: Jorge Mejia Hernandez | Delft University of Technology

Pier Luigi Nervi’s Designing Tools: Geometry and Calculation in Structural Analysis
Micaela Antonucci, Sofia Nannini | Polytechnic University of Turin
Graphic Methods for the Design of Complex Curved Surfaces in 20th Century Architecture
Leda Dimitriadi | Ecole nationale supérieure d’architecture Paris-Malaquais
Casting the Net Wider: Complex Forms, Topology and the Conception of Design as a Process
Cornelia Escher | Kunstakademie Düsseldorf
Mathematics Meets Aesthetics: the Experimental Tool of Iannis Xenakis for Philips’ Pavilion (1958)
Elisavet Kiourtsoglou | UMR Lavue (Unité Mixte de Recherche)
Measuring the Universe: The Path from Modulor to Unitor in Justino Serralta Ingrid
Quintana Guerrero | Universidad de los Andes

Paper Session 3: Drawing Instruments
Location: Berlage Room
Session Chair: Eva Röell | Utrecht University

Parallelogrammum Prosopographicum: an Early Modern Instrument for Drawing with Parallel Lines
Gregorio Astengo | University College London
Experimenting with Technical Tools in the Architecture of the Russian Avant-Garde
Ivan Nevzgodin | Delft University of Technology
From Compass and Ruler to Books and Buildings: Claude Perrault’s Transformation of the Architect’s Tools
Sjoerdieke Nicolson-Feenstra | Leiden University
Morality letter and Tablet of Architecture (Zij) from Qajar Period. Belonging to Malek National Library and Museum
Noshad Rokni | Malek National Library and Museum

Wednesday 22 November 2017 |16:30–18:30 hrs

Paper Session 1: Mapping
Location: Room K
Session Chair: Jaap Evert Abrahamse | Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands

Drawing Cities from Triangles: Mapping as a Tool and Technique in Urban Planning
Min Kyung Lee | Bryn Mawr College
Wor(l)d and Image: Saul Steinberg’s Embodied Cartographies
Andreea Mihalache | Clemson University
The Project of Mapping
Martino Tattara | KU Leuven, Faculty of Architecture

Paper Session 2: Digital
Location: Room E
Session Chair: Tino Mager | Delft University of Technology

Digital Design Media in Architects’ practices and impact on Architecture Archives and Museums
Birgitte Sauge | National Museum of Art, Architecture, Design, Norway
Technical Indeterminism: Toward a Sensible Architectural Tool
Tom Shaked, Aaron Sprecher | Technion
The Generative Tools of the Architect
Hanan Kataw
Smart Sketching
Carolin Lange, Thomas Schmitz, Anja Neuefeind | RWTH Aachen University, faculty of architecture
Affective Indices
Pari Riahi | University of Massachusetts Amherst

Paper Session 3: Treatises and manuals
Location: Berlage Room
Session Chair: Merlijn Hurx | Utrecht University

Between Instruction and Implement: Nineteenth-century Architects’ Handbooks as Disciplinary Scripts
Erik Carver | Columbia
Jørn Utzon’s tool for designing the Sydney Opera House (1958-1966): The 1925-edition Yingzao Fashi [Chinese Building Standards]
Chiu Chen-Yu, Meltem Gürel, Helyaneh A. Tabrizi | Bilkent University
A Design Tool for All Seasons: The Construction Manual of the City of Tehran (1933-1968)
Seyed Mohamad Ali Sedighi | Delft University of Technology
Planning Manuals as Tools for Modernization and Nation Building: The circulation of ideas through German-speaking architects and urban planners in Turkey, 1923-1950
Fatma Tanis, Carola Hein, Herman van Bergeijk | Delft University of Technology

Thursday 23 November 2017 |9:00–11:00 hrs

Paper Session 1: Travels and recording
Location: Room K
Session Chair: Gabri van Tussenbroek | University of Amsterdam

Tools Of Taste & Erudition: Object Culture & Mimetic Praxis Of Architects In Britain, 1700-1780
Elizabeth Deans | George Washington University
Embodied Memories, Retroactive Traces: Le Corbusier’s Travel Sketches in Le Modulor
Panagiotis Farantatos | University of Oslo
E.W. Godwin and the Pocket Sketchbook as Professional Tool and Autobiographical Trace
Richard W. Hayes | Hayes-Roberts
Messbildkunst in Berlin: Albrecht Meydenbauer and the Invention of the Photographic Survey
Emma Letizia Jones | ETH Zürich
Portable ‘laboratory’ or memo-pad? The personal sketchbook of Cornelis Anthonisz (ca. 1500-1558)
Daantje Meuwissen | Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Paper Session 2: Photo and film
Location: Room E
Session Chair: Dirk Van de Vijver | Utrecht University

Photography and the architect: the tool and the gaze
Iñaki Bergera | University of Zaragoza
The Ceaseless, Seamless Real: Cinematic Visualisations in the Neoliberal Age
Hugh Campbell, Igea Troiani | UCD
Architectural photography as tool of aesthetic inquiry
Angelo Maggi | Università Iuav di Venezia
The dynamic semantics and syntax of photomontage: visualizing monumental architecture in Italy
Jennifer Shields | California Polytechnic State University

Paper Session 3: Drawings and Narratives
Location: Berlage Room
Session Chair: Tom Avermaete | Delft University of Technology

Drawing utopia: Manuals, diagrams, and orthogonal projection in early 20th-century Bangkok
Lawrence Chua | Syracuse University
Comics of Everyday life in Housing Research and Design
Dalia Dukanac | University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture
The Narrative Drawing — Explorations Through the Work of NATØ
Claire Jamieson | University of Hertfordshire
Architecture Between the Panels. On the use of Graphic Narrative as a Tool for the Exploration of Architectural Space.
Carlos Machado e Moura, Luis Miguel Lus Arana | Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto

Thursday 23 November 2017 |11:00–13:00 hrs

Paper Session 1: Communication in practice
Location: Room K
Session Chair: Petra Brouwer | University of Amsterdam

Covert Communication Tools: Architectural Design Statements in Mid-20th- Century Portugal
Ricardo Costa Agarez | Évora University
Drawing from afar as instruction, artefact and activity
Lisa Godson | National College of Art and Design
Faxing Architecture
Sebastiano Fabbrini | University of California Los Angeles
Developing innovative multi-scale and multi-disciplinary tools for environmental urban design. The case study of Xiamen Master Plan, China
Morand Lucie | Paris-Est University- Malaquais

Paper Session 2: Social and Collective
Location: Room E
Session Chair: Sofie de Caigny | Architecture Institute Flanders

Tools for the Unknown: Design and Building Practices of the Open City Group, Chile.
Oscar Andrade Castro | Delft University of Technology
The Tools of the ‘Architects’ in Informal Settlements: The Case of the Builders of the Brazilian Favelas*
Ana Rosa Chagas Cavalcanti | Delft University of Technology
Devising Flexibility: Mass Housing, Self-management and Architectural Industry
Tijana Stevanovic | University College London, University for the Creative Arts, Newcastle University
Building the Minimum House: The South African Building Research Institute and the Social Survey, 1947-1952
Rixt Woudstra | Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Participatory Architecture from the Tools Perspective: Constructing a Social Historiography
Dikla Yizhar | Israeli Institute of Technology

Paper Session 3: History
Location: Berlage Room
Session Chair: Koen Ottenheym | Utrecht University

“After-­the-­fact” Measured Drawings: a conduit between architectural historiography and practice.
Lori Gibbs | University of Pennsylvania
The Body as Sensory Tool: Phenomenology and Our Understanding of Space
Allyson McDavid | Parsons School of Design
History, a renewed tool for architectural practice and research? Postmodern France as a case study.
Nina Mansion-Prud’homme | Université Bordeaux Montaigne
Focussing the Past. History as a conceptual tool
Freek Schmidt | Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
The Use of Historical Patterns and Local Knowledge in the Architectural Design Process
Herman Vande Putte | Delft University of Technology

Thursday 23 November 2017 |14:15–16:15 hrs.
(Paper sessions at HNI)

Paper Session 1: Professionalism
Location: Auditorium, HNI
Session Chair: Amy Thomas | Delft University of Technology

Clients, Architects, and the Contracts that Hold Them Together
Athanasiou Geolas | Cornell University
The Danish Great Optimization (1945-75): Instruments and Tools to organize an Efficient Practice
Angela Gigliotti | Aarhus School of Architecture
The Mediating Instruments of Professionalism
Bryan E. Norwood | Mississippi State University
Designing Jurisdictional Interlock: Prefabricated Steel Houses, Labor, and Automation in Postwar America, 1943–1968
Manuel Shvartzberg Carrió | Columbia University

Paper Session 2: Displaying competence
Location: Room 1, HNI
Session Chair: Marie-Therese van Thoor | Delft University of Technology

Architects on the Verge: Re-tooling for Post-modernism
Janina Gosseye, Don Watson | University of Queensland
Daniel Libeskind’s Three Lessons in Architecture: An Allegory on the Tools of the (Post-)Modern Architect
Ersi Ioannidou | Kingston University London
The Architect-Designed House in Contemporary Japan: A Tool to make Discourse, a Device to intervene in the Urban Context
Cathelijne Nuijsink | Delft University of Technology
Brussels Architects’ Houses as a Tool for the Architect during the Belle Époque: Full-Scale Business Cards to Showcase Expertise
Linsy Raaffels, Inge Bertels, Stephanie Van de Voorde, Barbara Van der Wee | Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Projects as Design Tools: Housing Type Projects in Romania in the 1960s and 1970s
Dana Vais | Technical University of Cluj-Napoca

Paper Session 3: Embodied Values
Location: Vijf Midden, HNI
Session Chair: Heidi Sohn | Delft University of Technology

The Undetermined Hand: Architectural Technicities
Stavros Kousoulas | Delft University of Technology
Cast in Stone
Eireen Schreurs | Delft University of Technology
Values as tools of intervention: architecture’s tacit knowledge engaged
Lara Schrijver, Margitta Buchert | University of Antwerp, Leibniz Universität Hannover
On the Creative Power of Observing Bodies: A Prosthetic Perceptual Apparatus as a Tool for Critique and Subversion, Action and Mediation.
Izabela Wieczorek | University of Reading

Friday 24 November 2017 |9:00–11:00 hrs

Paper Session 1: Surveys
Location: Room K
Session Chair: Isabelle Doucet | University of Manchester

“Knowing in Order to Intervene”. Analyses, Surveys and Reports as Tools for a New Definition of the Italian Architectural Discipline in Second Post-war Era. A Comparison Between Generations (1945-1965)
Patrizia Bonifazio | Politecnico di Milano
Surveying the World: Doxiadis’ City of the Future Research Project, 1959-61
Filippo De Dominicis | Independent Scholar
Urban Surveys: Architectural Education Through Visual Ethnography in the Porto School (1960-1969)
Gonçalo Canto Moniz, Nelson Mota | Delft University of Technology
Tools and Practices of the Architects during the War in the City
Armina Pilav | Delft University of Technology
In the Hand of the Architect: Tools and Early Modern Architectural Survey Drawings
Geoffrey S. Taylor | Savannah College of Art and Design

Paper Session 2: Education
Location: Room E
Session Chair: Willemijn Wilms Floet | Delft University of Technology

Building by Drawing: Bridging the History Gap
Ljiljana Blagojević, independent researcher | Nemanja Zimonjić, ETH Zurich | Milica Lopičić, KMH Köln and RWTH Aachen
Kenneth Frampton’s Pedagogical Tools
Kim Förster | CCA Montreal
Cultivating Rome: The Hortiarchitectural Experiments of Gustavo Giovannoni, 1909-1929
Clelia Pozzi | Princeton University
The Role of Instruments in Geometry Education: Evaluation of Changing in Architectural Design Instruments in Iranian Architecture Schools during the 1960s.
Yahya Sepehri | Shahid Beheshti University

Paper Session 3: Diagrams
Location: Berlage Room
Session Chair: Dirk van den Heuvel | Delft University of Technology / Jaap Bakema Centre HNI

The Diagrams of the IMS: Articulating the Building of Housing in Socialist Yugoslavia
Andjelka Badnjar Gojni´c | RWTH Aachen University
Serial Diagrams: A Mechanistic and Linear Approach to the Design Process
Fehmi Dogan | Izmir Institute of Technology
Sociogram Fever: Study Cases of New Universities in Spain
Débora Domingo-Calabuig | Universitat Politècnica de València
Circulation Diagrams: between Architecture and Political Economy
Dennis Pohl | UdK Berlin
Diagram, the Machine Abstraite of Contemporary Architecture
Xavier Van Rooyen | Faculty of Architecture Liège

Friday 24 November 2017 |11:15–13:15 hrs

Paper Session 1: Words and Narratives
Location: Room K
Session Chair: Klaske Havik | Delft University of Technology

The written Word discloses the architectural Idea: the writing Process as essential Tool of Bruno Taut
Paola Ardizzola | Antalya International University
Oral History and Architecture. How can Personal, Participative, and Individual Narratives become a Tool to Rethink Architecture?
Vittoria Capresi | Technische Universität Berlin
The Architectural Treatise as a New Tool? The Case of Antonio Averulino’s Libro architettonico
Caterina Cardamone | Independent scholar
The Scenario Method: a tool for conceptualizing plausible architectural and urban futures
Annie Pedret | Seoul National University
How to Build Things with Words: Cedric Price’s Generator and Architecture’s Performative Linguistics
Johanna Sluiter | The Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Paper Session 2: Drawing techniques and conventions I
Location: Room E
Session Chair: Pieter Vlaardingerbroek | Utrecht University/M&A Amsterdam

The Tool between Tools: the Analogical Process in John Hejduk’s Work
Luca Cardani | Iuav – University of Architecture of Venice
The Development of Ambiguity and Michelangelo’s Drawings for the Porta Pia
Jordan Kauffman | Brandeis University
30-60-90, 45-45-90: Axonometric Projection with and without Set Squares
Luca Di Lorenzo | University IUAV of Venice
Seeing through Cross-Sections
Andrea Oldani | Politecnico di Milano

Paper Session 3: Science
Location: Berlage Room
Session Chair: Anthony Gerbino | University of Manchester

Artificial Intelligence as a Game-changing Tool of Analysis
Carola Hein, Beate Loeffler, Tino Mager | Delft University of Technology
Revealing the Invisible. The Scientification of Architectural Forms in Postwar Italy
Lukas Ingold, Ilaria Giannetti | ETH Zürich
The Foucault Device: Forty Years On
Andrew Leach, Luka Skansi | University of Sydney
Anatomy as a Tool in Early Modern Architecture: Anatomical Observation as a Way of Life in the case of Claude Perrault
Katerina Lolou | NTUA  (National Technical University of Athens)
Bernard Bijvoet and Jan Duiker: ‘Architecture must become a Science!’
Jan Molema | STAG

Friday 24 November 2017 |15:00–17:00 hrs

Paper Session 1: Theories and concepts
Location: Room K
Session Chair: Hans Teerds | Delft University of Technology

The Tool of Plasticity: Framing the Processual in Post-Industrial Adaptive Reuse
Steffen Bösenberg | Leibniz Universität Hannover
“Against Formalism”: Michel Roux-Spitz’s Useful Organism and the Politics of Équipement
Michael Faciejew | Princeton University
Framework for Tectonic Thinking, a Conceptual Tool of the Architect
Udo Garritzmann | Aarhus School of Architecture
An Analogue – the Logos of the Universal Tools of Architects and Chefs
Anna Marie Fisker | Center for Food Science, Design & Experience
Tools from Nowhere: Logical Positivism in Greek Architectural Magazines
Kostas Tsiambaos | National Technical University of Athens

Paper Session 2: Nature and Climate
Location: Room E
Session Chair: Christoph Grafe | Bergische Universität Wuppertal

‘Binding Power Lines’—Notes on Herman Sörgel’s World Project
Hollyamber Kennedy | Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, NY
The Analytical Tool of the Element: Re-reading the Post-War Social Housing Estate Albertslund Syd
Lærke Sophie Keil | University of Copenhagen
From the Trombe Wall to the Greenhouse. Architectural Inquiry about European Housing for a Circular Economy after 1973.
Piero Medici | Delft University of Technology
Finding Form: Tools for Mediating Sunlight and Shadow in the Work of Mid-century Modern Architects
Elizabeth Musgrave | School of Architecture
The Modernist Shell Collection (c.1950-1970)
Freya Wigzell | UCL

Paper Session 3: Drawing techniques and conventions II
Location: Berlage Room
Session Chair: Fredie Floré | KU Leuven

The Grid and Anti-Hierarchy. The Limits of the Collaborative Design Practices of Atelier 66
Stylianos Giamarelos | University College London
Interior Design Presentation Tools of the Antwerp Interwar Architects
Marieke Jaenen | University Antwerp
Fragmenting la Grille. Rise and Decline of CIAM’s tool.
Leonardo Zuccaro Marchi | Delft University of Technology
Drawing Notations: The case of Franco Purini’s ‘Programma di fondazione grammaticale del linguaggio architettonico’ [Programme for a grammatical foundation of architectural language] (1968)
Stefano Milani | Delft University of Technology