‘There is no building without regulations and good architecture doesn’t always follow the rules’ it says on the cover of the 12thedition of the Dutch architecture journal Hunch published by
‘There is no building without regulations and good architecture doesn’t always follow the rules’ it says on the cover of the 12thedition of the Dutch architecture journal Hunch published by Rotterdam’s Berlage Institute in 2009. Today, the regulatory landscape expands increasingly, especially in response to the urgent call for sustainable development of the built environment. But do the current development and forms of regulations suffice in supporting sustainable development in architectural practice? With this seminar, we wish to cultivate a critical and creative entrance to the regulatory landscape, possibly provoking alternative forms of regulations and standards through activation of our field specific knowledge across architecture and engineering.
Steffen Petersen, Professor at the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering at Aarhus University
Mads Møller, Architect and Founder at Arcgency
Hanne Tine Ring Hansen, Intrapreneur and Technical Director at Søren Jensen
The seminar is a two-part event with external guest lecturers and studio workshop. The presentations by our external guests are open to the public at 13:00 – 14:30.
Graphics: Prompted image that came out from DALL-E ‘navigating the regulatory landscape’
(Wednesday) 13:00 - 16:00
Didakteket, Arkitektskolen Aarhus, Exners Plads, 8000 Aarhus C