Since the emergence of architecture as a more or less autonomous discipline, writing and thinking about architecture, as well as designing and building, has been defined by action and reaction – in the thought processes of designers, but also through the interplay between architects, historians and critics in the public domain. Anyone committed to architecture will study its history, endeavour to make a critical distinction between different practices, and assume – whether consciously or not – a position that is relative to a desirable architecture (practice).
In collaboration with OASE Journal for Architecture this month ARGUS organises its 5th event around the topic of architectural discourse through a series of debates.
Moderator: Tom Avermaete
Participants: Michiel Riedijk, Daniel Rosbottom & two more to be shortly announced.