From October 24 through 28, a five-day LabLitArch workshop for writing and architecture students will be held at Dubai Design Week 2016, organized in partnership with the Emirates Literature Foundation.
In May 2016, LabLitArch launches a new monthly Literary Architecture series with projects designed and written by Matteo Pericoli (in collaboration with Giuseppe Franco) in both the Paris Review Daily and the Italian national newspaper La Stampa. As of February 2017, the Italian series appears in the weekly Pagina99.
Some images from the incredible and intense, 5-day-long May 2016 edition of the LabLitArch in Jerusalem, held in collaboration with The Hebrew University‘s Department of Comparative Literature, the Bezalel Academy‘s Department of Architecture, and Da’at HaMakom (The Center for the Study of Cultures of Place in Jewish Modernity).
Work in progress:
In May, the Laboratory of Literary Architecture will be heading to Jerusalem where we will hold a full, 6-day workshop organized by the Hebrew University’s Graduate Program in Cultural Studies, Department of Comparative Literature, in collaboration with the Department of Architecture at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design and “Da’at HaMakom“, The Center for the Study of Cultures of Place in Jewish Modernity.