Architecture

PhD Projects

PhD student

Project

Oscar Andrade Castro Architectural techniques in an open work 
 
Robert Alexander Gorny 
 
Flat Theory ⁄ A Genealogy of Apartments 
 

Mark Pimlott

 

The very large, extensive interior-the core of Montréal’s ville intérieure

 

Gökçe Önal 
 
Translation of the built environment through networks of flux: disclosing the spatial, perceptual and representational complexities of urban daily movement and the emergent city image
 
Dorina Pllumbi Processes of Production of Common-Places. The role of architecture in these processes
Wenwen Sun
 
Chinese Notion of Public Space:
Towards Another Urban Design Practice in Northern Chinese Capitals

 
Anteneh Tesfaye Tola 
 
The Making of Places of Coexistence – Addis Ababa 
 
 
Xialu Wang
 

Redevelopment of Railway Station Areas in China - Towards Spatial Integration Strategy

 

Gül Aktürk

 

Impact of Climate Change on Urban-Rural Built Heritage in the Eastern Black Sea Region: The case studies of Rize and Artvin
 

 

John Hanna
 

Registering conflicts: spatial production under traumatic conditions

 

Stephan Hauser
 

Post-Carbon spatial planning in port cities

 

Elmira Jafari
 

Transnational Planning Practices of the Cold War: Envisioning Tehran’s urban Future (1960-1980)

 

Paolo De Martino
 

Port-city development in Rotterdam and Naples: Entanglements in port and city decision-making processes 

 

Rose Sarkhosh 
 

History of shaping urban imageries in Tehran projected by Iranian political powers, in the light of the existence of oil in Iran

 

Fatma Tanis

 

Port city culture of Izmir as a cross-cultural construct – Narratives of Izmir’s Border Crossing Practices since 16th Century

 

 

The Architectural Project and its Foundations

The research programme ‘Architectural project’ focuses explicitly on architecture as métier, or ‘craft’ in the broadest sense of the word; a field in which making and thinking are inextricably linked. The programme regards the ‘architectural project’ as the cornerstone of architectural practice and reflection.
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