16 June 2024

Book of abstracts/full programme in .pdf is now online:


22 May 2024

Sunday tours registration platform just added:


26 April 2024

Meetings and workshops announcements:

Meetings & Workshops

18 April 2024

Keynote lectures announced:

Keynote Speakers

23 March 2024

Tentative schedule of sessions and round tables announced:

Sessions & Round Tables

26 February 2024

Sessions and Round Tables’ speakers announced:

8 February 2024

Registration is now open:


*Chairs and speakers must register before March 15

7 February 2024

Registration platform will open soon

Registration deadline for chairs and speakers: 15 March 2024

26 January 2024

Session and roundtables papers to be announced soon.

20 March 2023

List of Sessions and Round Tables accepted:

*Detailed descriptions of all sessions and round tables will be published in May, when the Call for Papers is announced.


S01 – Machines for Settling: The Provisional Architectures of Colonialism 

Adrian Anagnost, Tulane University; Jesse Lockard, Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck

S02 – Drawing the Ground

Tulay Atak, Pratt; David Salomon, Ithaca College

S03 – Forging “Crossed Histories” of Twentieth-Century Architecture and Urban Design

Tom Avermaete and Cathelijne Nuijsink, ETH Zurich

S04 – Cultures of Maintenance: Upkeep and Repair

Ruth Baumeister, Carolina Dayer, and Nuria Casais, Aarhus

S05 – The Reception of Northern Architecture South of the Alps, 1400─1600: Disapproval, Indifference, Appreciation?

Gianluca Belli, Università degli Studi di Firenze; Caterina Cardamone, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Università degli Studi di Firenze; Pieter Martens, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

S06 – Toward a Genealogy of Care: Housekeeping and Homemaking

Tara Bissett, University of Waterloo; Amari Peliowski, University of Chile

S07 – Wars outside and wars inside

Will Davis, Princeton;  Alex Seo, University of Technology Sydney 

S08 – Architecture and Anthropocene Air

Didem Ekici, University of Nottingham; Stamatina Kousidi, Politecnico di Milano

S09 – Tourist imaginaries and architecture performativity in Mediterranean coast from a gender perspective

Nadia Fava and Marisa García Vergara, University of Girona, Spain

S10 – Ecologies of Stone

Jonathan Foote, Aarhus 

S11 – Women Making Space in South America, c.1400-1900

Anne Hultzsch and Dr Sol Pérez Martínez, ETH Zurich

S12 – A veranda, a view and a motorway. Revisiting post-war touristic architectures in the Mediterranean

Dimitra Kanellopoulou, ENSA Paris-Malaquais; Marilena Kourniati, ENSA Paris-La Villette

S13 – Architects societies and associations in the 19th and 20th centuries: centralization and networks

Guy Lambert, ENSA Paris-Belleville; Estelle Thibault, ENSA Paris-Belleville

S14 – Democratization and Architecture in the European South: A Comparative Approach

Manuel López Segura, Harvard University 

S15 – On Buildings that No Longer Exist

Savia Palate, University of Cyprus; Linda Stagni, ETH Zurich

S16 – Histories of Data Networks of Urban and Territorial Intelligence

Dimitris Papanikolaou, NTUA

S17 – Architectural Historiography and its Moving Images: Cinema as an Agent of Historical Culture

François Penz, University of Cambridge; Stavros Alifragkis, Hellenic Open University

S18 – Architectural Embodiments of Grain Sovereignty

Petros Phokaides, University of Thessaly; Fatina Abreek-Zubiedat, Tel-Aviv University 

S19 – Youth and Architecture – Spaces and projects for/by an underrepresented group

Sabrina Puddu, University of Cambridge; Francesco Zuddas, Architectural Association 

S20 – Histories of Architecture, Irony and Humour, 1750-present

Michela Rosso, Politecnico di Torino; Katerina Zacharopoulou, The Bartlett School of Architecture

S21 – Provincialized Colonialities

Manuel Sánchez García, Dumbarton Oaks; Juan Luis Burke, University of Maryland

S22 – Civic Centre Revisited: The Politics of an Urban Design Mirage

Horacio Torrent, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Joaquin Medina Warmburg, KIT – Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

S23 – Not so Pure: Modern Interior contaminations

Ana Tostões, IST- University of Lisbon; Marta Peixoto, PROPAR | UFRGS

S24 – The house types and the type of house: the colonial form for indigenous domesticity

Francesca Vita, FAUP; Inês Lima Rodrigues, (DINÂMIA’CET – Iscte 

S25 – Bureaucracy and Architecture in the Nineteenth Century in Europe and its Colonies: A New Paradigm?

Richard Wittman, University of California at Santa Barbara; Laura diZerega, J. Paul Getty Museum


RT01 – Data Narratives of Architectural Modernity

Theodora Vardouli and Eliza Pertigkiozoglou, McGill University

RT02 – Architectural Histories after the Global Turn

Paul Walker and Macarena de la Vega de León, University of Melbourne

RT03 – Urbanophobia 

Christina E. Crawford, Emory University; Richard J. Williams, University of Edinburgh