Conference

cfp: Palladio Lab workshop

The Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura Andrea Palladio is organising a workshop entitled Palladio Lab as part of the Palladio Library project supported by ARCUS SpA. It will focus on the use of digital techniques in the study and appreciation of Andrea Palladio’s work and take place in Vicenza at the Palazzo Barbarano on 6 July 2012.

A space will be provided for contributions by scholars wishing to present original research on Andrea Palladio using digital techniques (data-base, three-dimensional reconstructions of plans never built, elevations etc.). Such contributions, up to a maximum of six, will be selected by a scientific committee, which will examine them anonymously and assess them on the basis of originality, clarity, importance of content, conclusions and results.

The official languages are Italian and English; presentations will be made in one of these. It is intended to publish the proceedings of the workshop.

Timing and information

The material must reach the Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura A. Palladio, Contra’ Porti 11, 36100 Vicenza by 30 April 2012 at 12 noon using the on-line system, which will be active from 13 February atwww.cisapalladio.org/workshop2012/. A confirmation email will be sent to the corresponding author that the paper has been correctly sent to the organisers.

Advice of acceptance of papers submitted: 31 May 2012.
Consignment of definitive papers for publishing of the proceedings: 30 June 2012.

For information

Centro Internazionale di Studi di Architettura A. Palladio, Contra’ Porti, 11 , 36100 Vicenza tel.: 0444 323014, fax: 0444 322869 mail:fototeca@cisapalladio.org

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