Expertise

Table of contents of the scientific programme

Speakers – TEACHING TEAM

Prof. Éric MONIN, Government Certified Architect, Professor in architectural history and culture, ENSAPL (coordinator of the scientific programme)
Dr. Caroline BAUER, Government Certified Architect, Associate Professor in architectural history and culture, ENSAPL
Dr. Melinda BENKŐ, Architect & Urban Designer, Associate Professor, Head of Department of Urban Planning and Design, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Dr. Catherine BLAIN, Architect, Associate Professor in architectural history and culture, ENSAPL
Ms. Sabrina CHENAFI, PhD student and Teacher in architecture, ENSAPL
Mr. Teva COLONNEAU, PhD student and Teacher in architecture, ENSAPL
Prof. Denis DELBAERE, Landscape Architect, Full Professor in landscape architecture, ENSAPL
Mr. Benjamin DELAUNAY, PhD student and Teacher in architecture, ENSAPL
Ms. Noémie DEVAUX, PhD student and Teacher in architecture, ENSAPL
Prof. Richard KLEIN, Government Certified Architect, Full Professor in architectural history and culture, ENSAPL, Chair of docomomo France
Prof. Antonella MASTRORILLI, Government Certified Architect, Full Professor in sciences and techniques of architecture, ENSAPL
Dr. Gilles MAURY, Architect, Associate Professor in architectural history and culture, ENSAPL
Ms. Anne-Sophie WALLART, Architect, specialised in 20ᵗʰ century buildings rehabilitation

Collaboration for a top-tier programme

The LACTH research laboratory is associated with 2 doctoral schools: EDSHS (Science of Humanities and Society, University of Lille — Human and Social Sciences) and EDSESAM (Economics, Social studies, Planning and Management, University of Lille). It brings together professors, researchers and research fellows as well as associate researchers that focus on architecture, city and landscape within their own fields.

Architects, landscape architects, historians, geographers, urban planners, sociologists and designers, confer a multidisciplinary vocation to the laboratory. The LACTH research laboratory focuses on the complexity of objects, forms and discourse that underlie architecture, town planning and contemporary landscapes.

This exploration is approached through four specific research fields:

  • Design: relations between experience and environment, discourse and representation, language and knowledge.
  • Spatial planning: the ever-growing complexity of the urban reality and its models of comprehension of the last 30 years.
  • History: the close combination of material history and cultural history to apprehend various situations.
  • Materiality: the articulation between constructive theoretical and practical knowledge with regard to build structures.

These projects and experiences will benefit the Archi 2022 Summer School.

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