13th International Docomomo Conference | Seoul 24-27.9.2014

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Title The 13th International Docomomo Conference Seoul 2014
Theme Expansion and Conflict
Date September 24~27, 2014
Venue National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul
Hosted by Docomomo International
Organized by International Docomomo Conference Seoul 2014 Organizing Committee
Language English and Korean (Simultaneous interpretation will be provided.)

Program 2014:

Overview

Speakers

Doco Tours

Selected Abstracts for Presentation

1
Alex Dill
State Theatre Darmstadt – Updating a House and a City
Conservation and Re-use
2
Ana Carolina Pellegrini
Pluperfect architectures: falsely old and falsely new
Conservation and Re-use
3
Andrea Canziani
Maria Paola Borgarino
Conserving the participation in the modermism: Giancarlo De Carlo’s Dormitories in Urbino
Conservation and Re-use
4
Antonio di Campli
The Destructive Character. Isozaki’s Estranged Modernity
Asian Modernity
5
AriefSetiawan
Modernity as an attitude: the case of Geoffrey Bawa
Asian Modernity
6
AvnerAmiri
The 1951 Israel Master Plan- Survival of Late Modernist housing plans in Israeli periphery towns.
Urbanism and Landscape
7
Carolina Quiroga
María Ines Lapadula
Redesign Education and Modern Heritage: Conflicts and Challenges of Emerging Contemporary Scenarios
Education and Theory
8
Caroline Engel
The Conservation and Adaptive-Reuse of Modern Movement Office Blocks in London and New York: Challenges and Realities
Education and Theory
9
CaterinaFranchini
News from Asia – Pioneering knowledge of the early Asian Modern Movement through European specialized magazines.
Asian Modernity
10
Cheng Yang
Yuanshun Wang
A Guided Expansion or a Forced Conflict” — The 1986 National Interim Provisions on Cooperative Designing and its Influence on Architecture Design in Xi’an
Urbanism and Landscape
11
ChitrarekhaKabre
UtaPottgiesser
A Review of Influences of Modern Movement Architecture on today’s Façade Design in tropical Climate of India
Technology
12
Claudia Costa Cabral
Streets in the air. Anatomy of an architectural idea
Urbanism and Landscape
13
Cristina Meneguello
Modern industrial heritage: a farewell to Brazilian modernist factories
Conservation and Re-use
14
Dirk Van den Heuvel
Between Team 10 and Team Japan: Conceptual Reciprocities in a Post-War World
Asian Modernity
15
DjamilBenghida
The urban identity recovery in Seoul: The case of the outdoor markets
Urbanism and Landscape
16
Edite Rosa
Joaquim Almeida
Time Lessons: heritage and tectonics, contamination of Eastern culture in Portuguese architecture.
Conservation and Re-use
17
Eduardo Costa
Heritage, modernism and typology.
Education and Theory
18
Elizabeth Martin-Malikian
Hedonistic Urbanism: The Beirut Post-war Experience
Urbanism and Landscape
19
Emilio Ozaeta
Cultural Intersections in the Modernist Standard Philippine Architectural Curriculum
Education and Theory
20
Esther da Costa Meyer
“Beyond the shell: colonial modernism in post-colonial times”
Conservation and Re-use
21
Eunice Seng
The City in the Building, c.1956-
Urbanism and Landscape
22
Farhan Karim
Dreaming of a Nation: Modern architecture in postcolonial Pakistan, 1947-71
Asian Modernity
23
Fernando Diniz Moreira
Fernanda Herbster Pinto
Rehabilitating Sports Arenas: The Rrecent Brazilian Cases
Technology
24
Fernando Diniz Moreira
The Rebuilding of the Center of Rio De Janeiro During Vargas Period (1930-1945)
Urbanism and Landscape
25
Hannah Lewi
Andrew Saniga
Cloister to Carpark: the Modern University Campus in Australia
Conservation and Re-use
26
Hannia Gómez
Jungle Gardenia: Resistance and Triumph of Italian Modernism in Caracas
Conservation and Re-use
27
Hideo Tomita
A Survey of Korean Settlements by Konrad Püschel, a Graduate of the Bauhaus
Asian Modernity
28
HielkjeZijlstra
The WEHAVE KIT®MIT project: Worldwide Education on Heritage by Architectural Visions on Environment initiated in Japan and The Netherlands.
Education and Theory
29
Horacio Torrent
Expansion and conflictin: the reconstruction of the city, modern architecture and its current interpretation as heritage.
Urbanism and Landscape
30
Irina Cheredina
PolinaZueva
The Modern Movement in the Soviet Asian Republics
Urbanism and Landscape
31
IvetaCerna
Beyond the glass room: Re – restoring of Villa Tugendhat in Brno
Technology
32
Jadwiga Urbanik
Grażyna; GrażynaHryncewicz-Lamber; Adamczyk-Ar
Top–Down and Bottom–up Momo Advocacy Strategies in the City of Wrocław
Education and Theory
33
James Ashby
Landscapes Overhead: Artificial ground, Canadian cities, and conservation challenges
Urbanism and Landscape
34
Jan Haenraets
The role of recent past landscapes rehabilitation in enhancing the lifestyle quality of Asian cities
Urbanism and Landscape
35
Jieheerah Yun
Designing Civic Space: Preservation and Development in Seoul’s Old and New City Hall
Conservation and Re-use
36
Joana GouveiaAlves
Cinema-theatres: from “Jesus Christ Superstar” to “Jesus Christ is the Lord”
Conservation and Re-use
37
João Paulo Delgado
Paulo Tormenta Pinto
Matosinhos and Mimesis: from “Béton Brut” to white concrete in the work of Álvaro Siza
Technology
38
Jon Buono
Color at Mid-Century
Technology
39
Jonghun Kim
On the Process of Modernity in Korean Architecture with the Historical Context from 1876
Asian Modernity
40
Jose Galbinski
Problems of Urban Design in Brasilia : Streets or Roads and a Fight Against Topography
Conservation and Re-use
41
José Huapaya
Márcia Reis
Japanese Architectural Experience in Brazil: Disclosure, Repercussions and Reviews, 1950-1970
Asian Modernity
42
KaisaBroner-Bauer
Considerations on the Concept of Space-Time in Western Modern Architecture. Influences and Similarities between East and West
Education and Theory
43
Katty Law
Conserving Modern Architecture in Hong Kong – Problems and Challenges
Conservation and Re-use
44
Keyang Tang
Exhibiting the Ongoing History: A Perspective of Gardens
Urbanism and Landscape
45
Kiran Joshi
Building Attitudes for Conserving the Modern Heritage of India: Filling the Gaps in Understanding the ‘Indian Modern’
Education and Theory
46
Leena Makkonen
Renovation of Stora Enso Headquarters (Alvar Aalto 1961)
Conservation and Re-use
47
Lone Jensen
Vera Noldus
Hans Munk Hansen, a Danish modernist in Asia
Asian Modernity
48
Lucas Van Zuijlen
FransHooijkaas
Inter[venster] Re-re-use early modern intervention: winning awareness for rehabilitation.
Conservation and Re-use
49
Lucia Santa Ana
Perla Santa Ana
Functionalism in Mexican Educational Architecture, 1930-1950
Technology
50
Luisa Durán Rocca
The new becomes old
Education and Theory
51
Marc Dubois
Technology & Absorbing Modernism / work of Gaston Eysselinck between 1928 / 1931
Technology
52
Marcos Cereto
SeverianoMário Porto: Modern regional?
Conservation and Re-use
53
Maria Luiza de Freitas
Oh Brutus! The tectonic culture of reinforced concrete in Brazil
Technology
54
Marieke Kuipers
Conservation as a Counter-Act of Innovation
Conservation and Re-use
55
Maris Mändel
Approaching the Ordinary – Everyday Building Materials Deserve a Closer Look
Technology
56
Mark Alan Hinchman
The Career of Y. T. Lee, Kuala Lumpur, 1953-1970
Asian Modernity
57
Marta SilveiraPeixoto
Exhibition and conflict: the MASP case
Conservation and Re-use
58
Maximiano Atria
One hand to design them all. The SociedadConstructora de EstablecimientosEducacionales in Chile, 1937-1987.
Conservation and Re-use
59
Miguel Jaime
BUILDING BY DOING: THE REFLEXIVE NATURE OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE AND EDUCATION
Education and Theory
60
MyengsooSeo
Cultural Conflicts and Transmission in Korean Early Modern Architecture
Asian Modernity
61
Nader Meddeb
France Vanlaethem
Asian modernity at Expo 67: the case of the Korean Pavilion
Asian Modernity
62
Nishant Upadhyay
Le Corbusier’s response to the merchants and climate of Ahmedabad – Millowners’ Association Building
Asian Modernity
63
NiyatiJigyasu
Deepika Gandhi
Chandigarh- Adapting to the legacy of modernity
Asian Modernity
64
Nobuo Aoki
GUODONG CHEN
Colonial Circulations and Contested Collages of Urban Space in Modern Tianjin: a Case Study on Urban Planning and Construction of British Concession in Tianjin, 1860-1945
Urbanism and Landscape
65
Parmeet Singh Bhatt
The Modern Urban Landscape, Chandigarh. – Exploring the resilience.
Urbanism and Landscape
66
Peter McKenzie
PETER HARTOG
Conservation of Precast Concrete Facades
Technology
67
Pieter Brosens
MerveBedir
The Culture of Rupture Within Modernity: Modernism vs. Neoliberalism in Turkey
Asian Modernity
68
PiroozHanachi
HadiNaderi
Reviewing the Developments of Iranian Modern Architecture and Cultural Heritage Legislations in Iran
Education and Theory
69
PoulSverrild
Renewal, Listing and Democracy
Education and Theory
70
Rajiv Wanasundera
Monsoon Modernism: The work of Edwards Reid and Begg in Sri Lanka, 1950 – 1970
Asian Modernity
71
Rémi Wei-Chou Wang
An adapted modern – a look on the conservation and rehabilitation of modern architecture in Taiwan
Conservation and Re-use
72
Roberta Grignolo
Densification of 20th Century Residential Settlements. Conservation, Recladding, Refurbishment
Conservation and Re-use
73
SangeetaBagga
The Significance of Chandigarh – An Exemplar of Asian Modernity
Asian Modernity
74
Subin XU
Nobuo AOKI
Thinking on the Selection Criteria of Industrial Heritage of China
Conservation and Re-use
75
TheodorosDounas
Asian Utopias
Asian Modernity
76
Wessel de Jonge
Something concrete! / The 1956 First Technical School in Amsterdam restored
Technology
77
Xavi Llobet
Mies, Hilberseimer& Caldwell: The Metropolis as a Garden City. Metamorphosis of the large cities
Urbanism and Landscape
78
Yael Allweil
Geddes’ Asian Modern Urbanism: The Urban Planning of Tel Aviv and Indore as Disruptions of the European Dichotomy Between Top-Down Planners-Ideologues and Bottom-Up Urban Citizens
Asian Modernity
79
Yeol Park
Min Cheol Park
A Study on the Value of Conservation and Regeneration in Eulji-ro’s Urban Block in Terms of Modern Historical Environment
Urbanism and Landscape
80
Yeonkyung Lee
Between Modernization and Colonization: Mixed Urban Environment of Japanese Settlement in Seoul from 1885 to 1910
Asian Modernity
81
Yoshiyuki Yamana
The National Museum of Western Art as a Prototype for a Museum of Unlimited Growth
Asian Modernity
82
Yuk Hong Ian Tan
Bridges to Our Heritage – 19th and 20th Century Bridges over Singapore River as Heritage Markers or Utilitarian Structures
Technology
83
Zhao Pei
Hidden Clue of Modern Architecture into China
Urbanism and Landscape

 

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