20 abril 2011

Colóquio internacio​nal em Marselha, França: 4-6 Maio 2011

No âmbito do projecto de investigação europeu Terra (In)cognita - Arquitectura de Terra na Europa (http://culture-terra-incognita.org/), co-organizado pela Escola Superior Gallaecia, segue informação sobre o colóquio internacional que se realizará em Marselha, França, dos dias 4 a 6 de Maio 2011. Informação disponível em Francês e Inglês.
No dia 6 de Maio de 2011, inicia-se a rede Europeia de arquitectura de terra, que contará com a presença de representantes, de pelo menos 15 países Europeus.
A organização convida todos os interessados a participar.

Para mais informações sobre este colóquio internacional, consultem o website do TERRA (IN)COGNITA


It is organised by the Ecole d'Avignon (France), in partnership with the Escola Superior Gallaecia (Portugal), the University of Valencia (Spain), the University of Florence (Italy) and the Adviser in Architecture, Urban planning and environment (CAUE) of Vaucluse (France), in the framework of the European project Terra Incognita. Earthen architecture in Europe (Culture Programme 2007-2013), and by ICOMOS France, in the framework of its international technical conferences.

It receives the assistance of the Research Laboratory of Historical Monuments (LRMH) and the collaboration of the Confederation of artisans and small companies in the building trade (CAPEB).

The steering committee of this symposium was created within the workgroup "Trades people/Earth construction" of Icomos France.

The first day (May 4th) will be dedicated to the results of the Terra Incognita project: European cartography of the earthen architecture and identified European professionals involved in the field. It will be the occasion for these persons to testify of their reflection, their researches and their realizations in the field of earthen construction and earthen heritage preservation. Twelve countries of the European Union will be represented in a homogeneous way. They cover the Scandinavian territories, Central and Eastern Europe, Western Europe and the Mediterranean area.

The second day (May 5th) will be dedicated to the preservation of the earthen architectural heritage in France: techniques, innovative technologies, fields of research, know-how and professionals involved in the field. It will also show international initiatives which feed debates and reflections on the practices and the national approaches. It will be introduced by John Hurd, President of the International Scientific Committee "Earthen Architectural Heritage" of ICOMOS. It will gather nearly 20 French professionals concerned by the preservation of the earthen architectural heritage: from the researcher to the practitioner.

The third day (May 6th) will be dedicated to the launch of an European network of professionals and institutions involved in the earthen construction field; define the status, the objectives, the means, the missions (on registration, within the limits of the available places).


.Wednesday, May 4th, late pm (6.00 – 7.30) : inaugural evening chaired by John Hurd, ISCEAH/ICOMOS

.Presentation and delivery of the Label 2011 "Outstanding earthen architecture in Europe".

.Presentation of the final publication of the project Terra Incognita.

.Presentation of the didactic exhibition « TERRA EUROPA. Earthen architecture in the European Union ».

.Presentation of the photographic exhibition « Terre en vues. Le regard d'un photographe sur l'architecture de terre » (Pierre Buch, photographer).



Registration fees are supported by the organizers.

The contribution to costs of meal (60 € VAT included) is compulsory and will validate your registration to the symposium.

Deadline for registration: 22 April 2011

Programme of the symposium

Registration form

List of accommodations near the Hotel of Region

Access to the Hotel of the Region

We suggest you acquiring the publications which will be presented within the framework of the symposium by downloading the order form here

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