Current Call November 18, 2016

Inflection Vol. 4 Call for Papers: Permanence


[Image: Ise Jingū, Yoshio Watanabe, 1953]

How does an understanding of architecture as occupying a point on a journey between existence and extinction shift our approach to the practices of conceiving and making space? A thorough examination of permanence in architecture will reflect upon past, present and future modes of practice; it considers the ruin and the monument, the pavilion and the ‘pop-up,’ the owner and the tenant, the creator and the context.

Inflection Vol. 4 invites students, academics and professionals to explore and unpack the complex inter-relationship between permanence and impermanence in architectural discourse. We welcome both academic and practice-oriented written pieces, visual essays, interviews and fictional works that engage with the issue in relation to architecture, design and related fields.

Please submit abstracts of maximum 300 words to by Monday 19 December 2016.