“Living/Working: How to live together” by Pier Vittorio Aureli

As part of “ESARQ Forums: A Matter of Things” Pier Vittorio Aureli, co-founder of DOGMA, gave a lecture on the relationship between architecture and the city.

 

Field of Walls, Dogma, 2012 © DOGMA

Field of Walls, Dogma, 2012 © DOGMA

 

Pier Vittorio Aureli, one of the most important European architects of the current scene, visited  ESARQ School of Architecture under ESARQ Forums last Monday, the 9th of March. An architect and theorist, Pier Vittorio Aureli is responsible for the PhD Program “City as a Project” at the Berlage Institute, where he also obtained a PhD in Architecture. His projects, researches, writings, and teaching focus on the relationship between architectural form, political theory, and urban history. He is the author of publications including “The Possibility of an Absolute Architecture” (2011) and “The Project of Autonomy: Politics and Architecture Within and Against Capitalism ” (2008) and “Less is Enough: On Architecture and Asceticism” (2013).

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