The first Round Table discussion of EPUM addresses the educational aspect of urban morphology. It aims at raising and debating issues around how urban morphology is approached and taught across different institutions, starting from how the basic definition of urban morphology varies across different organisations […]
A new seminar offered by TU Wien during the Spring semester 2018, will develop a dialectics between people’s unequal experiences of urban form and the spatial dynamics of constituting, negotiating and mobilising difference, considering systems of class, culture, gender, ethnicity and other. However, it will also reflect on the research practice as a means for curbing or fostering people’s social, cultural and political agency to transform spatial form.
The kick-off event of the international project “Emerging Perspectives on Urban Morphology: Researching and Learning through multiple practices” took place between December 12th-15th, in London, UK.