NORDIC ACADEMIC PRESS OF ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH
Nordic Academic Press of Architectural Research was founded on 6 December 2016. It is the publishing house of the Nordic Association of Architectural Research (NAAR). Members of the NAAR Board make controlling decisions about which books will bear the imprint of the publishing house.
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Proceedings Series 2016-1
Aesthetics - The Uneasy Dimension in Architecture
This anthology is the proceedings publication from the 2013 NAF Symposium "Aesthetics, the Uneasy Dimension in Architecture".
Suggesting that critical discussion on aesthetics in architecture and architectural discourse has become marginalized or almost non-existent at many universities and schools of architecture, the symposium wished to address this matter and what it means to architecture and our notion of it. In a self-reflexive manner, it also wished to explore how this influences architectural research and the way architectural research is carried out in different research contexts.
Anne Elisabeth Toft and Magnus Rönn
Jonas E. Andersson, Minna Chudoba, Hege Charlotte Faber, Ćvar Hardarson, Iida Kalakoski, Magnus Rönn, Anne Elisabeth Toft and Leif Östman