Symposia at Kent State University in Florence allow students to engage in theoretical discourse on architecture. Research in architectural practice is interrogated and challenged by invited architects, scholars and critics.
November 20, 2017 - Palazzo Vettori, Via Cavour 26, Florence
On Wednesday November 20, 2017 a symposium, co-produced with Syracuse University and California State University, Florence programs, will take place at Palazzo Vettori. The symposium, titled “Mixing Metabolisms: Old Cities and New Residents”, is curated by prof. Lawrence Davis, Undergraduate Chair at Syracuse University School of Architecture. It develops a discussion around transformations in the […]
November 29, 2016 - Palazzo Vettori, Via Cavour 26, Florence
On Tuesday November 29, 2016 the project Savage Architecture -an exhibition first hosted at Architectural Association in London and a book published by Black Square, both curated by Davide Sacconi- will be presented in a symposium at Kent State University in Florence. The project recounts the research at the intersection between architecture and anthropology developed […]