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Experimental Preservation round table no. 5: PRESERVATION AND PEDAGOGY

In recent years a new preservation discourse has surfaced at architecture schools all over the world, signifying a growing interest in the historical and sustainable aspects of our discipline, but more importantly: it marks a new attitude towards preservation. Academia is the appropriate place to conduct experiments, and preservation is currently undergoing critical examination, possibly resulting in new teaching methods, terminology, working techniques and modes of representation. This round table investigates how this turn will influence preservation in general and how it affects the architecture schools in particular. Rather than focusing on “what”, we want to focus on “how” pedagogy currently is conducted within different teaching environment around the world. As a beginning, we have invited representatives from a number of architecture schools in Scandinavia to share their experiences and partake in the discussion.  
 
13.30: Erik Langdalen, AHO, Introduction
13.45: Christoffer Harlang, KADK, Copenhagen
14.00: Mogens Morgen, Aarhus School of Architecture (to be confirmed)
14.15: Jon Ivar Nordsteien, NTNU, Trondheim
Discussion and short break
15.15: Alessandro Petti, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm
15.30: Bryony Roberts, Columbia University GSAPP/AHO (via skype)
15.45: Thordis Arrhenius, Linköping University  
Discussion and short break
16.35: Amandine Kastler and Erlend Skjeseth, AHO, Oslo
16.50: Joakim Skajaa, Bergen School of Architecture
17.05: Morten Birk Jørgensen, KADK, Copenhagen
17.20: Jorge Otero-Pailos, Columbia University GSAPP/AHO
Discussion and summing up
 
Jorge Otero-Pailos and Erik Fenstad Langdalen 
Columbia University GSAPP and Oslo School of Architecture and Design
 
 
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Date: 14. March, 2018
Time: 1:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Venue: Oslo School of Architecture and Design in the A1-auditorium ground floor
Address: Maridalsveien 29

Contact: Erik Langdalen