Colloque “Architecture Education Goes Outside Itself: Crossing Borders, Breaking Barriers” – Intervention de Caroline Maniaque – 08 et 09 février 2013
Ce colloque aura lieu les 08 et 09 février 2013 à l’Université de Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Penndesign.
Mme Caroline Maniaque (Maître-assistante à l’ENSA Paris-Malaquais, Chercheure IPRAUS/UMR AUSser 3329) interviendra le 09 février et sa conférence s’intitulera “French Connections: Learning from Penn”.
Présentation extraite du site : This conference and exhibition will explore the evolution of American architecture education over the last century and a half. Highlighting the dialectic between professional formation and disciplinary innovation, the four sessions of the conference will examine the different models by which the architect’s training became institutionalized within the academic setting of the school, and, at the same time, the way educators and students continuously endeavored to expand the purview of architectural knowledge and open the profession to new ideas and practices. The accompanying exhibition, drawn from Penn’s rich archival collections, will present a selection of student work spanning from the Beaux-Arts to postmodernism.