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Calendar - Seminars and Guest lectures

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"Architecture and Architectural Education 

What Now? What Next?"

 

Moderator: Prof. Beni Reuven Levy

 

1st semester

 

           Dates Lecturers
           6-11-2014 Arch. Itzik Elhadif -- Arch. Udi Mendelson
           20-11-2014 Arch. Yehoshua Levi -- Arch. Yoav Lanir
           4-12-2014 Arch. Michael Ronah -- Arch. Nati Rotem
           18-12-2014 Arch. Daniel Azzerad -- Arch. Ron Fleisher
           1-1-2015 Arch. Yael Danieli-Lahav -- Arch. Yoram Ginzburg
           15-1-2015 Dr. Arch. Edna Langenthal -- Prof. Arch. Gilead Duvshani

 

 

 

Fall Semester 2014-15

Guest Lectures Series

Thursday at 14:00
Gate Building, Hall 51.4.55

 

November 13th 2014

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Arch. Arieh Ginzburg
The History and the Stories behind
the Great Renderin - The discovery
of the Scientific Perspective at the
15th century by Brunelleschi and the
way it was first employed by some of
the greatest painters such as Uccello,
Cezanne and Van Gogh, and only
later on by architects. The strong
bond between the architecture
of Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Edwin
Lutyens, Richard Norman Shaw,
Frank Lloyd Wright and others, and
the different nature of the renderings
of their architecture. Science Fiction,
Prophets, dreamers and visionaries,
such as Antonio Sant'Elia and Hugh
Ferris and the way their dreams
looked like Rendering.

November 27th 2014

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Dr. Eli Shukron
Uncovering the Shiloah/Siloam
Pool, and the Pilgrim's Way to the
Temple Mount during the Second
Temple Period - The Shiloah/Siloam
pool, uncovered during the year 2004,
is located at the lower part of the
Tyropoeon Valley on the slope of the
City of David. The Pool was built during
the first century BCE and served as
a meeting point for the pilgrim's of
Jerusalem visiting the Temple Mount.
After bathing, the pilgrim's started to
climb up to the Temple Mount on a
paved road flanked by shops. Under
the road a major drainage channel
was uncovered. Josephus Flavius in
his book "The Jewish War" tells the
story of the rebels who hid in the
tunnel. A roman sword and a golden
bell (perhaps worn by the Higher
Priest) were uncovered, as well as
many other important findings.

 

December 11th 2014

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Prof. Yair Shapiro
Twenty First Century Hospital
Planning and Design - Hospital
is a "manufacturing plant", multidimensional,
when the patient is "raw
material" on the one hand, and on the
other a client. Hospital planning and
design requires maximal comfort
conditions to the patient, and to
his family as well, optimal working
conditions to the medical staff,
while avoiding any "clash" between
the two. All mentioned above was
applied in the design of ASSUTA
Hospital in Ramat Hachayal, Israel's
most modern hospital which was
inaugurated in 2009.

 

December 25th 2014

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Arch. Mordechai Ben Horin
Philosophy versus Practice in
Architecture - Why I am ashamed
to be called an architect? Decline
in ethics, integrity, humanity and
morality, decrease in architect’s
dignity, decline in the quality and
professional thinking, Ignoring
the role of the architect and his
responsibilities and qualities of
professional work, rise of housing
prices and damage to Zionism,
away from social involvement,
architectural extravagantly
syndrome and the scandal Architect
fee. In conclusion: can improvement
be applied in practice? Yes!.... How?
Watch.

 

January 8th 2015

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Dr . Landscape Arch. Benny Shadmy
Selected Projects in China 2004-
2014 - During my 10 years of work
in Beijing (2004-2014) China moved
rapidly and still does. One of the
leading issues in this process is the
issue of urban and infrastructure
change. Due to the urbanization
process millions has been moving
from the country side to the cities,
creating a demographic revolution,
which include a dramatic development
in the infrastructure system, as well
as new challenges for urban planners
and all others involved. As a senior
consultant for the Urban Planning
Institute of Tsinghua University,
and as owner of a private office S.I.C
Architects in Beijing, I was involved in
some of these projects, and I still do
in cooperation with my new MACOM
office in Israel.

 

January 22nd 2015

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Prof. Dr. Siamak G. Shahneshin
From Zurich, Switzerland
SEE[D] CHANGE
For a sustainable future - For
decades now, reminders have come
from many sources about the extreme
difficulties in our societies. We admit it
or not, we have crafted a culture bubble,
and built an environ-mental bubble,
where mind-sets are disciplinary.
Our faculty to deal sustainably with,
due to our thinking in terms of such
complex problems and paradigms [of
unknown], a societal transformation is
needed now [more than ever before].
Thus dealing with these kinds of multidimensional
complexities demand
a deep interconnected collaborative
all-encompassing system — namely
Transdisciplinary Thinking (Design
Approach)emphases Shahneshin. To
successfully meet the complexity of the
21st century, the architecture practice
need to change as; well, as change
in the architecture education that
involves first of all our thinking. Just
as society, the economy is changing. In
this new environment proven theories
even failed. The economy collapses.
Immigration has changed. The
Transportation will have to change. Our
thinking in terms of the future should
be reconsidered. The future is the result
of the choices we make today.

 

עדכון אחרון ב-חמישי, 20 נובמבר 2014 10:41
 

 

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