Lecture series 'Designing Urbanization'

(20-10-2020)

Lezingenreeks 'Designing Urbanization'This year, the lecture series 'Designing Urbanization', organized within the framework of the course 'Urban Analysis' by Prof. Michiel Dehaene, focuses on interpretative approaches to the city and urbanism. In four different sessions (interpretations of development modalities, interpretations of the urbanizing village, interpretations of the urban metabolism and interpretations of use and appropriation) two speakers will each give their lecture on the city and urbanization.

The series will be organized online at ZOOM. Those wanting to attend a lecture but who are not following the course can send an e-mail to


Wednesday NOVEMBER 4th - 20h00
INTERPRETING MODALITIES OF DEVELOPMENT
Géry Leloutre. Louise ULB (Interpreting BXL: 3 figures)
Lauren Dierickx. LDSRa, UGent (Ghent: the architecture of densification)


Wednesday NOVEMBER 18th - 20h00
INTERPRETING THE URBANIZING VILLAGE
Maarten Gheysen. Leiedal, KULeuven (Villages of the valleys of the Lyse and Scheldt)
Ward Verbakel. Plus Office, KULeuven (Urbanisms of the village)


Wednesday NOVEMBER 25th - 20h00
INTERPRETING THE URBAN METABOLISM
Julie Marin. KULeuven (Interpreting circularity)
Chiara Cavalieri. UCLouvain (The language of water)


Wednesday DECEMBER - 20h00
INTERPRETATIONS OF USE AND APPROPRIATION
Anne Kockelkorn. ETH Zürich (Interpreting housing)
Tim Devos. Endeavour, UGent (Muide Meulestede, Ghent)