2022

SAH 2022 Annual International Conference

The Society of Architectural Historians looks forward to hosting our 75th Annual International Conference in person in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 27–May 1, 2022. SAH members from around the world will convene at the Westin Pittsburgh to share new research on the history of the built environment. The program will include 37 paper sessions, keynote talks, social receptions, a city seminar, and architecture tours in Pittsburgh and nearby areas. The conference will also include a series of roundtables that will be presented online throughout the month of May.


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The Society of Architectural Historians looks forward to hosting our 75th Annual International Conference in person in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 27–May 1, 2022. SAH members from around the world will convene at the Westin Pittsburgh to share new research on the history of the built environment. The program will include 37 paper sessions, keynote talks, social receptions, a city seminar, and architecture tours in Pittsburgh and nearby areas. The conference will also include a series of roundtables that will be presented online throughout the month of May.


More information & Registration

 

The Future of Work and Urban Planning

With the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, significant changes within existing city structures (like urban spaces) have become even more noticeable, therefore reinforcing the demand for novel visions as well as (system) innovations for metropolitan areas. The Plenary Table “The Future of Work and Urban Planning: Designing Innovative Interventions” will pursue the answers to the questions: How can new concepts, as well as interventions for sustainable and resilient urban structures, be created? What will these solutions look like? The discussion will explore and further evaluate the potential of these transformative approaches regarding: the public sphere, social inclusion, community involvement in urban planning, governance, mobility and other aspects of public infrastructure.

Presented by: Falling Walls Foundation, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Leopoldina Akademie der Wissenschaften

With following Speakers: Jutta Allmendinger, Doris Kleilein, Magdalena Skipper, Edgar Pieterse, Klaus Klaas Loenhart

To find out more about the Falling Walls Science Summit and Falling Walls Circle, go to www.falling-walls.com


 

With the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic, significant changes within existing city structures (like urban spaces) have become even more noticeable, therefore reinforcing the demand for novel visions as well as (system) innovations for metropolitan areas. The Plenary Table “The Future of Work and Urban Planning: Designing Innovative Interventions” will pursue the answers to the questions: How can new concepts, as well as interventions for sustainable and resilient urban structures, be created? What will these solutions look like? The discussion will explore and further evaluate the potential of these transformative approaches regarding: the public sphere, social inclusion, community involvement in urban planning, governance, mobility and other aspects of public infrastructure.

Presented by: Falling Walls Foundation, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Leopoldina Akademie der Wissenschaften

With following Speakers: Jutta Allmendinger, Doris Kleilein, Magdalena Skipper, Edgar Pieterse, Klaus Klaas Loenhart

To find out more about the Falling Walls Science Summit and Falling Walls Circle, go to www.falling-walls.com