Journeys and translation

How do ideas and material things related to architecture change during their journeys and how do these changes affect our environment? By looking at the transfer of knowledge from one place to another and the physical reconfiguration of communities over time, it’s possible to uncover the process of translation that takes place during the global movement of architectural issues.

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Learning from… Saadiyat

A lecture by Rachel Keeton

Rachel Keeton is a researcher at the International New Town Institute. This lecture is part of our Learning from… series, which takes its title from Learning From Las Vegas (1972), Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown and Steven Izenour’s influential publication, and in this spirit brings together experts to explore specific urban conditions and their relevance to the future development of cities.