Accounts: Lectures, Discussions, Interviews

Cameron McEwan (Editor), Samuel Penn (Editor)

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Abstract

Accounts is a record of an extended conversation that took place among the members and invited guests of the AE Foundation in the first five years of its activity. It includes lectures, discussions and interviews with prominent figures, emerging architects and educators. Beginning with discussions on themes including Doubt, Authorship, Architecture, City, Buildings, History and Resistance, the conversation continued to explore the many and varied schools of thought that occupy the discipline. This book is the result of the spontaneous enthusiasm that erupts when sincere individuals meet to discuss their favourite subject seriously.

Contributors: Pier Vittorio Aureli, Micha Bandini, Mario Carpo, Francois Charbonnet, Beat Consoni, Irina Davidovici, Mike Davies, Andrea Deplazes, Angela Deuber, Sérgio Fernandez, Jorge Figueira, Pascal Flammer, Adrian Forty, Christoph Gantenbein, Neil Gillespie, John Haldane, Rolf Jenni and Tom Weiss, Jan Kinsbergen, David Kohn, Penny Lewis, Oliver Lütjens and Thomas Padmanabhan, Rowan Mackinnon-Pryde, Peter Märkli, Gabriele Mastrigli, Cameron McEwan, Marcel Meili, Samuel Penn, Emmanuel Petit, Kester Rattenbury, Daniel Serafimovski, Jonathan Sergison, Bruno Silvestre, Álvaro Siza, Luigi Snozzi, Laurent Stalder, Martino Tattara, Dirk van den Heuvel, Marie-José Van Hee, Adrien Verschuere, Sven-Olov Wallenstein, Andrea Zanderigo, Raphael Zuber

The following is an edited documentation of the book, published as an AE Foundation project. The Foundation for Architecture and Education (AE Foundation) began in 2011 to examine the challenges facing architectural education and contemporary practice.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBucharest
PublisherPelinu
Number of pages248
ISBN (Print)9789730297874
Publication statusPublished - 8 Nov 2019
Externally publishedYes

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