MateriART: Architectural Design, Research and Technology
The ever-increasing changes in design and construction technologies have totally altered the way we think, design and build. Accordingly, in the field of architecture, theory, design, practise, actors, materials, and research have been transforming. We define materiality as an umbrella concept that embraces all the fragments of the whole materialization process starting from architectural imagination, conceptualization, and design to the act of construction.
MateriART symposium aims to discuss materiality under three main themes as Architectural Design, Research and Technology. Within this scope, the potential discussions could be around but not limited to the topics as follows:
Architectural Design - Research - Technology
Architectural Design Education
Heritage and Conservation
R&D in Architectural Materiality
Media and Immersive Visualization
Materiality as a Process
Methods of Computational Design and Materiality
This is the second symposium of MateriART: The Art and Science of Materiality in Architectural Design Education, Erasmus + funded KA 203 project, whose partners are TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Department of Architecture, Turkey,
The University of Lisbon, Faculty of Architecture, Portugal, The University of Thessaly, Department of Architecture, Greece, Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Built Environment, The Netherlands, İstanbul Technical University, Department of Architecture, Turkey, Sapienza University of Rome, Department of Architecture, Italy.
The first symposium of MateriART is hosted by FAUL, Lisbon under the theme of ‘Materiality as a process’ in April 2019. The outputs of the symposium are published as a book entitled as ‘Materiality as a Process’, which is accessible via https://www.materiart.org/publications
The second symposium targets to populate the ideas of the materialization within the scope of new technologies, practice and research. All accepted manuscripts are to be published as a book chapter (3000-5000 words) by Caleidoscopio.*
*Caleidoscopio is an internationally known and accredited academic press. The book that is published within the scope of the first MateriART Symposium entitled as Materiality as a Process is also published by Caleidoscopio.
The deadline for the submission of extended abstracts has been extended to the 30th of December, 2019!
Extended Abstract Submission
Notification of Abstracts
Full Paper Submission
Notification of Accepted Full Papers
Final Submission of Full Papers
December 30th, 2019
January 10th, 2019
February 5th, 2020
February 17th, 2020
March 2nd, 2020