The 2-day event questions the role of architecture and the up-to-dateness of narrative in architectural design through performative talks, visionary presentations and impromptu dialogues.
Images© Moniek Wegdam
Our particular interest with this symposium is to investigate and open up a debate on the importance of narrative design not only in the 60s-90s, but today – and for future terms.
Is narrative architecture still relevant to the current condition? How is it being used and adapted in theory and practice today? And how does it differ from other, more traditional methods of architecture? Has it changed from then to now? And if so, how?… These and other questions are addressed in this special two-day symposium, with:
* Naja & DeOstos, London
The symposium is organised by Bureau Europa in collaboration with the department and institute for housing and design at the RWTH Aachen.