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Artifacts Introduction Speech

Artifacts Introduction Speech ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Katarina Bonnevier ArkDes (Swedish Center for Architecture and Design), Stockholm, Sweden MYCKET (Katarina Bonnevier, Thérèse katarina@mycket.org Thérèse Kristiansson Kristiansson and Mariana Alves Silva) ArkDes (Swedish Center for Architecture and Design), Stockholm, Sweden It is Friday morning, November 18, 2016, the second day of the conference therese@mycket.org Architecture and Feminisms at the School of Architecture, KTH, in Stockholm, Mariana Alves Silva  Sweden. About forty people fill the oval seminar room A124 where the ArkDes (Swedish Center for Artifacts session is about to take place. It is a lofty space with paneled walls Architecture and Design), Stockholm, Sweden of unvarnished pine. Through the high placed windows the sky of dawn can mariana@mycket.org  be seen. The group MYCKET, which is chairing the session, has arranged the space with the assistance of the participants of the session and volunteers at the conference. On tables along the walls various objects are displayed: fanzines, architectural drawings, photo albums, coffee cups, an embroidered tablecloth, a tambourine, and workshop materials (feathers, strings, beads, Volume 5/Issue 3 clay). At the center of the space stands an equilateral triangular table with November 2017 three office chairs. The striped table top is pieced together using spill wood pp http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

Artifacts Introduction Speech

Artifacts Introduction Speech

Architecture and Culture , Volume 5 (3): 8 – Sep 2, 2017

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ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Katarina Bonnevier ArkDes (Swedish Center for Architecture and Design), Stockholm, Sweden MYCKET (Katarina Bonnevier, Thérèse katarina@mycket.org Thérèse Kristiansson Kristiansson and Mariana Alves Silva) ArkDes (Swedish Center for Architecture and Design), Stockholm, Sweden It is Friday morning, November 18, 2016, the second day of the conference therese@mycket.org Architecture and Feminisms at the School of Architecture, KTH, in Stockholm, Mariana Alves Silva  Sweden. About forty people fill the oval seminar room A124 where the ArkDes (Swedish Center for Artifacts session is about to take place. It is a lofty space with paneled walls Architecture and Design), Stockholm, Sweden of unvarnished pine. Through the high placed windows the sky of dawn can mariana@mycket.org  be seen. The group MYCKET, which is chairing the session, has arranged the space with the assistance of the participants of the session and volunteers at the conference. On tables along the walls various objects are displayed: fanzines, architectural drawings, photo albums, coffee cups, an embroidered tablecloth, a tambourine, and workshop materials (feathers, strings, beads, Volume 5/Issue 3 clay). At the center of the space stands an equilateral triangular table with November 2017 three office chairs. The striped table top is pieced together using spill wood pp

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group
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2050-7836
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2050-7828
DOI
10.1080/20507828.2017.1371956
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ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Katarina Bonnevier ArkDes (Swedish Center for Architecture and Design), Stockholm, Sweden MYCKET (Katarina Bonnevier, Thérèse katarina@mycket.org Thérèse Kristiansson Kristiansson and Mariana Alves Silva) ArkDes (Swedish Center for Architecture and Design), Stockholm, Sweden It is Friday morning, November 18, 2016, the second day of the conference therese@mycket.org Architecture and Feminisms at the School of Architecture, KTH, in Stockholm, Mariana Alves Silva  Sweden. About forty people fill the oval seminar room A124 where the ArkDes (Swedish Center for Artifacts session is about to take place. It is a lofty space with paneled walls Architecture and Design), Stockholm, Sweden of unvarnished pine. Through the high placed windows the sky of dawn can mariana@mycket.org  be seen. The group MYCKET, which is chairing the session, has arranged the space with the assistance of the participants of the session and volunteers at the conference. On tables along the walls various objects are displayed: fanzines, architectural drawings, photo albums, coffee cups, an embroidered tablecloth, a tambourine, and workshop materials (feathers, strings, beads, Volume 5/Issue 3 clay). At the center of the space stands an equilateral triangular table with November 2017 three office chairs. The striped table top is pieced together using spill wood pp

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