Guidelines for submitting the 2019/2020 Homework
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Dear Docomomo Chapters, Due to the exceptional circumstances of COVID-19, we are extending the deadline of June 1st to August 15th, 2020. A plan for new documentation homework has been approved in the last Council Meeting, August 30th, 2018 (Ljubljana, Slovenia), proposed by the ISC/Registers. With the aim of moving forward to the documentation of conservation good practices, Docomomo Working Parties (WP) have to submit: Working Parties that already have submitted 30 Documentation Fiches and uploaded 50 sites to MOMOVE: (a) 1 fiche for 2019 and 1 fiche for 2020, on an example of Good Conservation Practice. Download the template here: link, and here: link. (b) A bibliography with 5-10 publications (books or articles) on Modern Movement…

Modernism at the Glasgow Doors Open Days
10th - 16th September 2018, Anderston Kelvingrove Parish Church, Glasgow

As part of the Glasgow Doors Open Days from 10 to 16 September 2018, the 1967 Anderston Kelvingrove Parish Church, designed by Honeyman Jack & Robertson and now Category B listed, became a Festival Pop-Up Hub, at which, over several days, a series of fantastic talks on 20th-century architecture and urbanism were held. It all started, on Monday, 10 September 2018, with Raw Concrete: Brutalism, Architecture and Energy and Glasgow Unbuilt ‘Cultural Centre’, two talks by the architectural historians Barnabas Calder and Alistair Fair respectively. On Tuesday, the architect Mark Baines discussed in his talk, titled In Search of Light: The Architecture of Gillespie, Kidd &…

Talks: Ten Buildings That Made Postwar Britain
15th - 16th April 2015, Edinburgh and Glasgow, Scotland

John Grindrod, author of the highly acclaimed book Concretopia, published in 2013, will present his personal selection of Britain´s ten most important buildings of the postwar era. In Concretopia, Grindrod set out A Journey to the Rebuilding of Postwar Britain. Edinburgh, Wednesday, 15 April, 6:00 to 7:30pm 50 George Square, University of Edinburgh Glasgow, Thursday, 16 April, 6:00 to 7:30pm The Lighthouse, Mitchell Lane £4 Docomomo members Spaces are limited! Please book using Eventbrite: Edinburgh Glasgow More details: website Download PDF