Virginie LaSalle

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Virginie LaSalle is on the faculty of the School of Design since 2016 and she is teaching in the Bachelor of Interior Design program since 2007. Trained as an interior designer, she practiced in specialized and multidisciplinary firms before embarking on a specialized master’s degree in history and theory at the M.Sc.A. aménagement, followed by doctoral studies.

Thomas Bernard Kenniff

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Thomas-Bernard Kenniff is a professor of environmental design at the École de design de l’Université du Québec à Montréal since 2015.

His research and design work focuses on the formalization of social arrangements and their spaces, municipal architectural devices, the theory and design of urban public spaces, and related issues of identity and politics. He is also interested in design processes, including inter- and transdisciplinary methods, collaborative practices, the process of subjectivation, and the application of the concepts of dialogue, ambivalence and indeterminacy to the processes and pedagogy of the design project. His research has been funded by SSHRC, FRQSC, Canada Council for the Arts, UCL and UQAM.

His doctoral thesis on dialogue, ambivalence and the design of public space, defended in 2013, is nominated by University College London (UCL) for a research award from the Royal Institute of British Architects.

He is co-founder, with Professor Carole Lévesque (École de design, UQAM), of the Bureau d’étude de pratiques indisciplinées (www.be-pi.ca), a researcher member of the Villes-Régions-Monde (VRM) inter-university network, and an associate researcher at the Canada Chair on Small and Medium-sized Cities (Hiên Pham, ESG, UQAM).

Ipek Türeli

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Ipek Türeli is Assistant Professor in the Peter Guo-hua Fu School of Architecture at McGill, where she holds the Canada Research Chair in Architectures of Spatial Justice. Her research explores the role of architecture in the articulation, mediation, and negotiation of political selves, and recognizes not only the agency of the built environment but also of architects. She is interested in how architects can use their professional knowledge to advocate for justice, a topic that has received relatively little attention. Professor Türeli’s current research spans the full range of social engagement in the profession, from the longer history of humanitarian architecture, such as that of religious missionaries, to more recent efforts by contemporary designers to contribute to social movements. Her work supports a new generation of architects interested in social justice by building on the profession’s history in this realm, as well as the discipline’s record of urban advocacy. Her publications include Istanbul Open City (Routledge, 2017), and her teaching at McGill has explored challenges faced in refugee communities.

Bechara Helal

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Bechara Helal is a Doctor of Architecture from the University of Montreal. His research, under the direction of Jean-Pierre Chupin, focuses on the model of the scientific research laboratory in contemporary architectural practices. He holds a degree in structural engineering from the École Polytechnique de Montréal and a professional master’s degree in Architectural Design from the Université de Montréal. He has had the opportunity to participate in the practice setting in the design of several projects in competition situations, in particular with the Saucier + Perrotte Architectes agency.

Louise Pelletier

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Biography

Louise Pelletier was trained as an architect. She has been Professor at the School of Design of the Université du Québec à Montréal since 2006 where she was Director of the Undergraduate Program in Environmental Design from 2008 to 2012 and Director of the School of Design from 2014 to 2017. She is currently Director of the Design Centre at UQAM. 

She graduated from the School of Architecture at Laval University. She also holds a post-professional master’s degree and a Ph.D. in architecture from McGill University. Before being employed by UQAM, she worked in private practice for about ten years. She has been a curator and has designed several exhibitions in Montreal, Japan, Brazil and Norway. She taught at the School of Architecture at McGill University from 1997 to 2006 and was a Visiting Professor at the School of Architecture at the Université de Montréal and the School of Architecture at the University of Oslo.

Louise Pelletier is the author of several books on the history and theory of architecture including Architecture in Words; Theatre, Language and the Sensuous Space of Architecture (Routledge 2006), and co-author of Architectural Representation and the Hinge Perspective (MIT Press, 1997) and Theatrical Space as a Model for Architecture (McGill Libraries, 2003). Her articles have appeared in architecture and design journals in Canada, the United States and Europe. Her most recent book, Downfall: The Architecture of Excess (RightAngle International, 2014), is a novel that reflects on issues of contemporary architectural practice. Her current research focuses on exhibition design.

Publications

Books

  • Downfall, The Architecture of Excess – a novel (Montréal : RightAngle International Publishing, 2014).
  • Marcher Montréal avec un artiste : Le Vieux-Montréal (Montréal on Foot with an Artist : Old Montreal), édition bilingue (Montreal : Sgräff, 2013).
  • Architecture in Words : Theatre, Language and the Sensuous Space of Architecture (London : Routledge, 2006).
  • Architectural Representation and the Perspective Hinge, (Cambridge, MA.: The MIT Press, 1997), en collaboration avec A. Pérez-Gómez.
  • Anamorphosis, an Annotated Bibliography with Special References to Architectural Representation, Fontanus Monograph Series (Montreal: McGill University Libraries, 1996), en collaboration avec A. Pérez-Gómez.
  • Architecture, éthique et technologie, (Montréal & Kingston: McGill & Queen’s University Press, 1994), textes réunis par L. Pelletier et A. Pérez-Gómez.

Chapters

  • « The Function of Fiction in Fabrication: Giovanni Niccolò Servandoni, the Italian confabulator » dans Confabulations, Storytelling in Architecture, textes réunis par Paul Emmons, Marcia Feurstein, and Carolina Dayer, Routledge 2017, 193-198.
  • « L’exposition d’architecture en mutation : le cas du Centre canadien d’architecture » dans L’Objet de l’exposition : l’architecture exposée, textes réunis par Stéphane Doré et Frédéric Herbin, publié par InTRu – Université François-Rabelais de Tours, 2015.
  • « On Water and Other Fluids: A Bloody Account of Urban Circulation », dans Architecture’s Appeal, édité par Marc Neveu et Negin Djavaherian, publié par Routledge, 2015, pp. 94-105.
  • « Performing Architecture : From Medieval Festival to Modern-Day Carnival » dans Architecture as a Performing Art, édité par Marcia Feuerstein et Gray Read, publié par Ashgate Press, 2013, pp.131-146.
  • « The Space of Fiction : On the Cultural Relevance of Architecture » dans The Cultural Role of Architecture, édité par Paul Emmons, John Hendrix, Jane Lomholt, publié par Routledge, 2012, pp.58-67.
  • « Prière de garder le silence! » dans Architectures du spectacle, textes réunis par Jacques Plante, préface de Robert Lepage, Avril 2011.
  • «Ogrody namietnosci w XVIII wieku » (traduction de “Garden of Desire in the 18th Century”) in Przestrzeń ogrodu, przestrzeń kultury, Grzegorz Gazda et Mariusz Gołąb éditeurs (Cracovie: TAiWPN “Universitas”, 2009).
  • « Garden of Desire in the 18th Century », publié dans Space of a Garden, Space of Culture, (Londres: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008).
  • « Genius, Fiction and the Author in Architecture », dans Architecture and Authorship: Studies in Disciplinary Remediation, (Londres : Black Dog Publishing, 2007).
  • « La perspective comme géométral au 18e siècle », dans Cahiers de la recherche architecturale et urbaine, no.17, publié par le Centre d’études supérieures de la Renaissance (Tour, 2005).

Peered reviewed papers

  • « Modeling the Void : Mathias Goeritz and the Architecture of Emotions » publié dans JAE (Journal of Architectural Education) 62, no.2, (Novembre 2008).
  • « Architecture of Events : Reconfiguring the City », dans Threshold 31, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, (Boston, 2006).
  • « Johann Henrich Lambert’s Natural Perspective », publié dans Toward a Disciplinary Identity of the Making Professions, The Oslo Millennium Reader, Research Magazine no.4 (Oslo : Oslo School of Architecture, 2001).
  • « Tu m’harcèles » publié dans Scroope 9 (Cambridge, 1995), en collaboration avec A. Pérez-Gómez.
  • « Tower of Babel: the Building of a Horizon», publié dans Chora, Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture (Montreal: McGill & Queen’s University Press, 1994).
  • « A Place for Healing the Earth and the Body », publié dans Oz Journal of the College of Architecture and Design, vol .16 (Kansas City: Kansas State University Press, 1994), en collaboration avec A. Pérez-Gómez.
  • « Architectural Representation beyond Perspectivism », publié dans Perspecta 27 (New York: The Yale Architectural Journal, and Rizzoli International Publications, 1993), en collaboration avec A. Pérez-Gómez.

to be published

  • “Taking the Measure of the Incommensurable: Architectural Representation of the Improbable”, dans The Routledge Research Companion on Architecture, Literature and the City, textes réunis par Jonathan Charley (à paraître chez Ashgate en septembre 2018).
  • « Ceilings as a Place of Dis/Appearance in the Eignteenth Century », dans Ceilings and Dreams: the Architecture of Levity, textes réunis par Jodi La Coe, Paul Emmons et Federica Goffi (à paraître chez Routledge en 2019).
  • “Power, Patronage, and Politics: The Reception of Neoclassicism in France”, dans Routledge Handbook of the Reception of Classical Architecture, textes réunis par Nicholas Temple, Andrzej Piotrowski et Juan Heredia (à paraître chez Routledge en 2019).
  • « Silence Please! A Brief History of Silence at the Theatre », dans The Place of Silence, textes réunis par Mark Dorian et Christos Kakalis (considéré pour publication par Bloomsbury Publishing, date de parution à determiner).
  • « L’analogie de l’architecture avec nos sensations », dans Le corps sensoriel au sein des loisirs et divertissements, textes réunis par Isabelle Pichet, Laurent Turcot et Marc-André Bernier (considéré pour publication, maison d’édition et date de parution à déterminer).

Published lectures

  • « Du didactisme en architecture – quelques réflexions sur le langage architectural », 2018
  • « L’analogie de l’architecture avec nos sensations », 2018
  • « Exposer l’architecture : une discipline en mutation », 2018
  • « Beyond Ephemeral: the Architecture of Festivals as a Tool for change », 2017
  • « Ceilings as a Place of Dis/Appearance in the Eignteenth Century », 2017
  • Power and Politics : Ephemeral Architecture as a Tool for Change”, 2016
  • « Le pavillon de design, un bâtiment actif », 2016
  • « Silence Please! A Brief History of Silence at the Theatre », 2016
  • Architecture and its Mediated Image”, 2015
  • « Champ Libre: The Rehabilitation of a Resilient City », 2015
  • « Design éphémère et pérennité culturelle », 2015
  • « A Conversation around The Genius of Architecture : The World of Nicolas Le Camus de Mézières », 2014
  • « Exposer l’architecture : la place du corps dans la scénographie expérientielle », 2014
  • « In Search of Narrative: Architecture Representation in a Digital World », 2013
  • « Montréal : l’exposition d’architecture en mutation », 2013
  • « Mapping the city through circulation : A bloody account of Modernity! », 2012
  • « The Space of Fiction: On the Cultural relevance of Architecture », 2010
  • « The Space of Fiction: An Architectural Seduction », 2010
  • « Genius, Fiction and the Author in Architecture », 2008
  • « Ephemeral Architecture and Urban Theatre », 2017
  • « The Space of Fiction: An Architectural Seduction », 2007
  • « Drawing in Time: Mathias Goeritz and the development of an architecture of events”, 2007

Mediation and Research Creation

Exhibitions / Installations

  • Annuel de design 2017: Coordination de l’exposition des projets des étudiants finissants en design à L’UQAM, 2017.
  • Annuel de design 2016: Coordination de l’exposition des projets des étudiants finissants en design à L’UQAM, 2016.
  • Edition spéciale 2015: Coordination de l’exposition des projets des étudiants finissants en design à L’UQAM, 2015.
  • Exemplaire 2010 : Co-commissaire avec Angela Grauerholz, 2010.
  • Corpo Tangível: Installation produite dans le cadre de la Semaine internationale des arts numériques et alternatifs (SIANA), Palácio das Artes, Belo Horizonte au Brésil. Conception générale et production en collaboration avec José Cabral Filho, directeur du LAGEAR (Laboratório Gráfico para a Experiência da Arquitetura), école d’architecture de l’UFMG, juillet 2009.
  • Polyphilo Revisitado : Installation produite dans le cadre du 39e Festival de Inverno, Diamantina au Brésil, Instituto Casa da Glória/IGC-UFMG. Conception générale et production en collaboration avec Alberto Pérez-Gómez et José Cabral Filho, juillet 2007.
  • Polia’s dance : Installation produite dans le cadre des célébrations en l’honneur du centième anniversaire de l’architecte brésilien, Oscar Neimeyer, à la Casa do Baile. Conception générale et production en collaboration avec José Cabral Filho, Ana Paula Baltazar, et Alberto Pérez-Gómez, juillet 2007.
  • 70 architectes : Centre de design de l’UQAM. Commissaire de l’exposition; design et réalisation en collaboration avec George Labrecque, octobre 2007.
  • Piero en Tête : Exposition de l’œuvre du sculpteur Geoffrey Smedley, Centre Canadien de l’Architecture, 2001.
  • Theshold : Une exposition multi-média basée sur Polyphilo or the Dark Forest Revisited, ROM Gallerie for Arkitektur d’Oslo en Norvège, 2000.
  • Osaka Quarry Competition. Exposition de dessins et maquettes, Osaka, Japon, 1994.

Catalogues

  • Exemplaire 2014, (Montréal : École de design UQAM, 2014), textes et projets réunis par L. Pelletier et A. Colizzi.
  • Exemplaire 2012, (Montréal : École de design UQAM, 2012), textes et projets réunis par L. Pelletier et A. Colizzi.
  • Exemplaire 2011, (Montréal : École de design UQAM, 2011), textes et projets réunis par L. Pelletier et J. Poirier.
  • Exemplaire 2010, (Montréal : École de design UQAM, 2010), textes et projets réunis par L. Pelletier et J. Poirier.
  • Introduction à Threshold, Passages, and Other Crossings, McGill University School of Architecture, History and theory graduate studio (Montréal, 2005).
  • Introduction à Ritual Cycles : Mapping the Labyrinth, McGill University School of Architecture, History and theory graduate studio (Montréal, 2003).
  • « Project Review”, dans The PR Book, Exhibition Catalogue, McGill University, History and theory of architecture (Montréal, 2002).
  • « L’architecture et la constellation de nombres », publié dans Piero en Tête, catalogue de l’exposition sur l’œuvre de Geoffrey Smedley au CCA de mai à septembre 2001 (Montréal : Centre Canadien d’architecture, 2001), en collaboration avec A. Pérez-Gómez.

Louis Martin

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Ph.D. Architecture – Princeton University, Princeton, USA

Louis Martin teaches the history of architecture in the programmes of the Art History Department at UQAM, where he is Professor since 2004.

After graduating in architecture at the Université de Montréal (B.Arch., 1983), he pursued his studies in the history, theory and criticism programmes at MIT (S.M.Arch.S. 1988) and Princeton University (Ph.D. 2002). Using a comparative method, he studies the points of the intersection linking architectural theory and other disciplines.

He is currently working on a critical edition of the writings of Melvin Charney entitled On Architecture. Melvin Charney: A Critical Anthology which will be published by McGill-Queen’s University Press in 2013. His most recent publications includes “Fredric Jameson and Critical Architecture“, The Political Unconscious of Architecture: Re-opening Jameson’s Narrative. Nadir Lahiji, ed. Ashgate Studies in Architecture, London: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2011; “History, Theory, Criticism: The Evolution of an Intellectual Discourse“, Architecture School: 250 Years of Architectural Education in North America. Joan Ockman and Rebecca Williamson, eds. Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, 2012; “Paul Rudolph and the Anglo-American Axis“, Cynthia Davidson, ed. Yale University Press, (to be published).

He has published essays in Log,  Assemblage, Casabella, JSAH, Les cahiers de la recherche architecturale et urbaine, Critique d’art, and ARQ, among others.

Fields of specialization:

Histoire, théorie et critique de l’architecture

Mouvement moderne en architecture

Architecture nord-américaine et québécoise

Research groups:

Laboratoire d’étude de l’architecture potentielle (LEAP), Université de Montréal

Institut de recherche en histoire de l’architecture

 

Research grants:

« Une anthologie critique des écrits de Melvin Charney, architecte et artiste » – En collaboration avec Réjean Legault, professeur, École de Design, UQAM

(FQRSC-LEAP), Université de Montréal, 2008-2009

« Paroles d’architectes : enquête sur la culture architecturale au Québec de 1960 à nos jours. » – Recherche individuelle

Subvention du Programme d’aide financière à la recherche et à la création

(PAFARC), UQAM, 2005-2007

Academic background:

2002 : Ph.D. in  Architecture (Princeton University)

1991 : Master of Arts (Princeton University)

1988 : Master of Science in Architecture Studies (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

1983 : Baccalauréat en architecture (Université de Montréal)

Professional background:

2004- : Professeur d’histoire de l’architecture à l’Université du Québec à Montréal

2003-2004 : Chargé de formation pratique, École d’architecture, Université de Montréal

1997-2002 : Conservateur adjoint, Centre Canadien d’Architecture

1994-1996: Chargé de cours : University of Toronto, McGill University

1988-1989 : Professeur invité, École d’architecture, Université de Montréal

Doctorate thesis

MARTIN, Louis. The Search for a Theory in Architecture : Anglo-American Debates, 1957-1976, Princeton University, novembre 2002.

Masters thesis

Architectural Theory after 1968: A Comparative Study of the Theory and Work of Rem Koolhaas and Bernard Tschumi, M.I.T., août 1988.

 

  • Books
  • Chapters
  • Peer-reviewed articles
  • Conference papers and magazines
  • Exhibitions and research creation
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2013Martin, LouisOn Architecture. Melvin Charney: A Critical Anthology. Introduction by George Baird with essays by Georges Adamczyk, Réjean Legault and Louis Martin, McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montréal, 2013
ISBN 9780773541825
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2018Martin, LouisPour une définition de l’architecture au Québec et autres essais de Melvin Charney, Potential Architecture Books, Montréal, 2018
2018Martin, Louis
Lachance, Jonathan
Du potentiel de l’hétéronomie et de l’autonomie en architecture / On the Potential of Heteronomy and Autonomy in Architecture, Potential Architecture Books, Montréal, 2018
ISBN 978-1-988962-01-6
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2020Bilodeau, Denis
Martin, Louis
La critique à l’œuvre (à paraître), Éditions La Villette, Paris, 2020
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2008Martin, LouisNotes on the Origins of Oppositions in Alexis Sornin, Helene Janniere, France Vanlaethem (ed) Architectural Periodicals in the 1960s and 1970s: Towards a Factual, Intellectual and Material History / Revues d'architecture dans les années 1960 et 1970: Fragments d'une histoire événementielle, intellectuelle et matérielle, Institut de Recherche en Histoire de l'Architecture, 2008, pp. 146-169link
2011Martin, LouisFredric Jameson and Critical Architecture in Lahiji, Nadir (ed) The Political Unconscious of Architecture: Re-opening Jameson’s Narrative, Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2011link
2012Martin, LouisHistory, Theory, Criticism: The Evolution of an Intellectual Discourse in Ockman, Joan, Williamson, Rebecca (ed) Architecture School: 250 Years of Architectural Education, MIT Press, 2012, pp. 336-346
2017Martin, LouisPaul Rudolph and the Anglo-American Axis in Rohan, Timothy M. (ed) Reassessing Rudolph, Yale University, 2017, pp.138-153link
2017Martin, LouisCrise de la monumentalité, monuments en crise in Chupin, Jean-Pierre, Abenia, Tiphaine (ed) Du potentiel des grandes structures urbaines abandonnées / On the Potential of Abandonned Large Urban Structures, Potential Architecture Books, 2017, pp.26-31link
2018Martin, LouisMelvin Charney and Photography in Langford, Martha, Sloan, Johanne (ed) Photogenic Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2018
2018Martin, LouisThinking Architecture, its Theory and History, A Case Study : Melvin Charney in The Figure of Knowledge : Conditioning Architectural Theory, 196X-199X Sebastiaan Loosen, Yves Schoonjans, Rajesh Heynickx & Hilde Heynen, KU Leuven University Press, 2018
2018Martin, Louis
Lachance, Jonathan
Du potentiel de la tension entre hétéronomie et autonomie en architecture / On the Potential of the Tension between Heteronomy and Autonomy in Architecture in Du potentiel de l’hétéronomie et de l’autonomie en architecture /On the Potential of Heteronomy and Autonomy in Architecture, Potential Architecture Books, 2018, pp.10-17link
2018Martin, LouisBlanc et rouge, ou l’hétéronomie théorique de l’autonomie formelle in Du potentiel de l’hétéronomie et de l’autonomie en architecture /On the Potential of Heteronomy and Autonomy in Architecture, Potential Architecture Books, 2018, pp.28-35link
2019Martin, LouisLa bibliothèque Marc-Favreau : intentions et déchiffrement in Du potentiel du didactisme en architecture / On the Potential of Didacticism, Potential Architecture Books, 2019, pp.60-67
2020Martin, LouisThinking Architecture, its Theory and History, A Case Study : Melvin Charney (à paraître) in The Figure of Knowledge : Conditioning Architectural Theory, KU Leuven University Press, 2020
2020Martin, LouisMelvin Charney and Photography (à paraître) in Photogenic Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2020
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2007Martin, LouisRecension de: Team 10, 1953-1981- In Search of a Utopia of the Present, edited by Max Risselada and Dirk van den Heuvel, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, no. 1, 2007
2007Martin, LouisÉlévateurs : une leçon aux architectes », texte d’introduction à Melvin Charney, “Les silos à grains revisités”, traduction de l’anglais par Sophie Jacotot relue par Louis Martin, Les cahiers de la recherche architecturale et urbaine, no. 22/23, 2007
2009Martin, LouisAgainst Architecture, Log, No. 16, 2009, 153-167
2009Martin, LouisVincent Ligteljin, Francis Strauven, Aldo van Eyck, Writings, Les cahiers de la recherche architecturale et urbaine, No. 24/25, 2009, p.223-225
2010Martin, LouisLa critique en temps et lieu, Critique d'art, no. 35, 2010, p. 66
2012Martin, LouisPenser l’architecture et son histoire, publication du Département d’histoire de l’art éditée par Thérèse St-Gelais., 2012
2014Martin, LouisLuc Laporte : les rêves de l’architecte, Vie des Arts, No. 236, 2014, pp.24-27
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2008Martin, LouisRecension de : Ligtelijn, Vincent & Strauven, Francis, eds. Aldo van Eyck: Writings, Les cahiers de la recherche architecturale et urbaine, 2008, 980 pages
2012Martin, LouisRecension de: Lüthi, Dave. La construction de l’architecte. Histoire d’une profession en Suisse Romande 1800-1940, Revue d’histoire urbaine/ Urban History Review, 2012, pp. 48-49
2014Roquet, NicholasRecension de l’ouvrage «Les quatre vies de Melvin Charney. On Architecture. Melvin Charney : a Critical Anthology, sous la direction de Louis Martin», ARQ : Architecture-Québec, No. 167, 2014, pp.38-39
2016Martin, LouisEntrevue avec Gustave Maeder, concepteur de l’aménagement intérieur du Pavillon du Québec à l’Expo 67, ARQ : Architecture-Québec, Novembre 2016, no. 177, 2016, pp.28-31
2016Martin, LouisConversation entre Luc Laporte et Louis Martin, ARQ : Architecture-Québec, Mai 2016, No. 175, 2016, pp.20-25
2016Martin, LouisLa preuve par l’architecture, Captures : figures, théories et pratiques de l'imaginaire, 2016link
2018Martin, LouisOnaner, Can. Aldo Rossi, Schweizweit : Recent Architecture in Switzerland, Critique d'art, No. 48, 2018, p.174link
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Cynthia Hammond

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Cynthia Hammond, PhD, is professor at the Department of Art History at Concordia University.

Her doctorate thesis, obtained in the interdisciplinary doctorate program at Concordia University in 2002, and which focused on the conservation of public spaces and on the double question of space and genre, was awarded the Governor General’s Gold Medal. She completed a post-doctorate stage at McGill from 2003-2005. Her pedagogy focuses on interdisciplinary practices, on history of architecture, and on feminist and post-humanist theories. Her research focuses on artistic activities and her most recent exhibitions in 2014 (http://cynthiahammond.org) took place in the Montreal FOFA and Studio XX galleries. Between 2014-2016, she received several prizes for her innovative teaching methods.

Carmela Cucuzzella

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Carmela Cucuzzella is an Associate Professor at Concordia University in the Department of Design and Computation Arts in the Faculty of Fine Arts. She completed her doctorate at the Université de Montréal in April 2011. Her research interests lie within the domain of design for sustainability, eco-design, evaluation and judgement of design projects in a context of sustainability, theory of artistic judgement, theory of risk assessment, the precautionary principle, life cycle analysis (for social and environmental), and LEED.  Her directors of research for her doctorate work were Pr. Pierre De Coninck, an expert in design theory and complex systems and Pr. Daniel Pearl, an expert in environmental design and construction in architecture.

She obtained her first degree, a bachelor in Computer Science, focusing on Computer Architecture, in 1989.  She was immediately employed by Bell Northern Research (which later became a division of Nortel Networks), and worked there for 11 years designing and developing software for the telecommunications industry.  She has had various positions there, starting from software programming and development, to software analysis and design, to the architectural development of software platforms. Her last position held at Nortel was a technical team lead on an application for a 411 service using voice recognition technology for the wire-line network.

After her employment at Nortel Networks, she completed a second undergraduate degree at Concordia University, in the Faculty of Fine Arts (Design Art), where she graduated as outstanding student in 2005.  Her interest in understanding sustainability and design’s complex implications on the environment, society and culture developed during her education there. This degree, coupled with her previous background has given Carmela a broad cross-disciplinary perspective of the design discipline – from the design of virtual tools for communication systems (at Nortel) to the design of functional and exploratory artefacts on various dimensions – 2D, 3D and multi-media projects (at Concordia). 

In 2005, Carmela entered the Faculté de l’aménagement at the Université de Montréal, where she would complete (in 2007 with a mention of excellence), a Master of Applied Science degree, in the School of Industrial Design, in the program called Design et Complexité. Her masters thesis focused on the issues related to sustainability assessment for product design, specifically on the limits of current assessment tools for understanding the complex repercussions of social, cultural and environmental impacts and the need to introduce the precautionary principle into the design process as a way to address the uncertainty and ambiguity of these consequences.  Her masters research was conducted within the framework of Centre de Recherche en Éthique de l’Université de Montréal  (CREUM), a multi-disciplinary research centre focusing on fundamental and applied ethics research,  and the Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche sur l’Analyse, l’Interprétation et la Gestion du cycle de vie des produits, procédés et services (CIRAIG), a research group focusing on life cycle thinking and assessment methods. Entering the Ph.D. program at the Université de Montréal in the Faculté de l’aménagment program in September 2007, she will complete the doctoral thesis by December 2010. The research focuses on repercussions to design projects when the rating system LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is adopted, and in turn, how these same projects are ultimately judged within the context of an architectural competition. The theoretical foundation of the precautionary principle continues to be the basis of reflections regarding the tensions between the strict adherence to environmental rating systems or assessment diagnostic tools and the creative exploration during conceptualization. This research was done within the framework of a large architectural research lab, Laboratoire d’études de l’architecture potentielle (L.E.A.P); a lab of 9 professors and 12 assistants that focuses on the theory and practices of contemporary architecture within an interdisciplinary perspective.  At L.E.A.P she was actively involved in a collective research project since 2008, called Greening the Architecture Curriculum in Canada, a project co-founded by her research director, Pr. Daniel Pearl. This is a project that involves 11 architecture schools across Canada and is essentially a forum for sharing ideas, resources and expertise for integrating sustainability into the curriculum. Since, 2009, she has collaborated with Pr. Jean-Pierre Chupin, Pr. Georges Adamczyk and Pr. Pierre Boudon, all L.E.A.P researchers, in their project that focuses on the conflicts of analogical interpretation and architectural judgments in competitions, where her focus has been on the conflicts of interpretation and judgment for the issues related to sustainability.

This interdisciplinary background has allowed her to be invited to many lectures in various pedagogical contexts. She has taught in a studio course at the Université de Montréal, has tutored several students in their final year projects in the Industrial Design Department of the Université de Montréal, has presented many seminars to undergraduate and graduate students at a number of universities: Concordia University, Université de Québec à Montréal, Université Laval, McGill, École Polytechnique, and Université de Montréal. She has and continues to work in collaboration with Université de Québec à Montréal, in the department of École des sciences de la gestion, planning a seminar course at the graduate level focusing in environmental management with specific focus on Lide Cycle Methods.

Carmela Cucuzzella now is a confirmed scholar who has obtained the maximum funding possible for a doctorate student from a federal, provincial, university and faculty level. She received bursaries from both the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and from the Fonds de recherche sur la société et de la culture (FQRSC) for her doctorate research. Since 2007, Carmela has presented over 20 communications across the world (in 3 continents). Counting all accepted communications, that would total over 30 communications across 5 continents, but budget constraints have limited her attendance. She has published in books and in international journals on various topics related to her research, particularly on environmental, social and cultural issues related to assessment and judgment for design projects in a context of sustainability. A contributing author to the UNEP-SETAC Life Cycle Initiative (LCI) project, she was one of 21 international experts in life cycle approaches. In 2009 the Guidelines for Social Life Cycle Assessment of Products was published, a first addressing the integration of social aspects into the life cycle assessment framework.

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2009Cucuzzella, CarmelaGuidelines for Social Life Cycle Assessment of Products, UNEP/SETAC Life Cycle Initiative, Paris, France, 2009link
2015Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Helal, Bechara
Architecture Competitions and The Production of Culture, Quality and Knowledge : An International Inquiry, Potential Architecture Books, Montréal, 2015
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2015Cucuzzella, CarmelaMuséologies: special edition on “Curatorial Challenges of Research-Creation”, Association Québécoise de Promotion des Recherches Étudiantes en Muséologie (AQPREM), 2015link
2019Cucuzzella, Carmela
Hammond, Cynthia
Lalonde, Chanelle
Cahiers de recherche LEAP: On the Potential of Didacticism in Architecture / Du potentiel du didactisme en architecture, Potential Architecture Books, Montréal, 2019
2020Cucuzzella, Carmela
Goubran, Sherif
Sustainable Architecture Between Measurement and Meaning, Vernon Publisher (in print), 2020
2020Cucuzzella, CarmelaAnalyzing Eco-architecture Beyond Performance, JFD Editions, Montréal, 2020link
2020Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Rondia, Emmanuel
Goubran, Sherif
Reimagining Waiting for the Bus: Design Principles for Spaces Surrounding Bus Shelters, Potential Architecture Book (in print), 2020
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2008Cucuzzella, Carmela
De Coninck, Pierre
Towards Sustainable Lifestyles: a Participatory Approach Within a Context of Uncertainty in Production et consommation durables : de la gouvernance au consommateur-citoyen, Éditions Yvon Blais, 2008, pp.21-44link
2010Cucuzzella, Carmela
De Blois, Michel
A New Evaluation and Innovation Framework for Sustainable Design: Addressing the Limits of Current Sustainability Assessment Methods in Chow, Rosan, Jonas, Wolfgang, Joost, Gesche (ed) Questions, Hypotheses and Conjectures: Discussions on Projects by Early Stage and Senior Design Researchers, IUniverse, 2010, p.219-240
2010Cucuzzella, Carmela
De Blois, Michel
The Cohering Project in the Built Environment Modeling Intentions and Actors Dynamic: an approach by Design in Chow, Rosan, Jonas, Wolfgang, Joost, Gesche (ed) Questions, Hypotheses and Conjectures: Discussions on Projects by Early Stage and Senior Design Researchers, IUniverse, 2010, p.132-151
2011Cucuzzella, CarmelaWhat Does Complexity Have to do with Sustainable Design? in Graham, Lisa (ed) Sustainability Research by Designers: an Anthology, The University Press, a division of Common Ground Publishing, 2011link
2013Cucuzzella, CarmelaWhen The Narrative Of Environmental Certifications Replaces The Debate On Quality in Laurent Matthey, Christophe Mager, David Gaillard, Hélène Gallezot (ed) Faire des histoires? Du récit d’urbanisme a l’urbanisme fonctionnel: Faire la ville a l’heure de la société du spectacle, Fondation Braillard Architectes, 2013, pp. 43-47
2014Cucuzzella, Carmela
Crossman, Camille
Re-Thinking the University of Manitoba’s Campus: Visionary (re)Generation International Competition in Collyer, Stanley (ed) 2013 Competitions Annual, The Competitions Project, 2014
2015Cucuzzella, CarmelaJudging in a World of Expertise : When the Sum of the Parts is less than the Whole in Architecture Competitions and the Production of Culture, Quality and Knowledge An International Inquiry, Potential Architecture Books, 2015, pp.144-161link
2015Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Helal, Bechara
A World of Potentialities: Competitions as Producers of Culture, Quality and Knowledge in Chupin, Jean-Pierre, Cucuzzella, Carmela, Helal, Bechara (ed) Architecture Competitions and the Production of Culture, Quality and Knowledge (An International Inquiry), Potential Architecture Books, 2015, pp.8-23
2016Cucuzzella, CarmelaLe nouveau Planétarium de Montréal : étoiles en sous-sol in Chupin, Jean-Pierre (ed) Concourir à l'excellence en architecture : éditoriaux du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens (2006-2016), Potential Architecture Books, 2016link
2016Cucuzzella, CarmelaVirage urbain dans la banlieue de Surrey in Chupin, Jean-Pierre (ed) Concourir à l'excellence en architecture : éditoriaux du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens (2006-2016), Potential Architecture Books, 2016link
2016Cucuzzella, CarmelaBibliothèque Saint-Laurent : quand LEED devient synonyme de “prix concours” in Chupin, Jean-Pierre (ed) Concourir à l'excellence en architecture : éditoriaux du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens (2006-2016), Potential Architecture Books, 2016link
2016Cucuzzella, Carmela
Gladu, Cheryl
Attendre le bus en méditant sur les changements climatiques in Chupin, Jean-Pierre (ed) Concourir à l'excellence en architecture : éditoriaux du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens (2006-2016), Potential Architecture Books, 2016link
2016Cucuzzella, CarmelaAgrandissement de la bibliothèque de Pierrefonds : un connecteur urbain in Chupin, Jean-Pierre (ed) Concourir à l'excellence en architecture : éditoriaux du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens (2006-2016), Potential Architecture Books, 2016link
2016Cucuzzella, Carmela
Crossman, Camille
Université du Manitoba, 2012 : un ambitieux projet de campus universitaire placé sous haute organisation in Chupin, Jean-Pierre (ed) Concourir à l'excellence en architecture : éditoriaux du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens (2006-2016), Potential Architecture Books, 2016link
2016Cucuzzella, CarmelaTensions between Expert Evaluations and Qualitative Judgement in Canadian Architectural Competitions in Anderson, Jonas A., Bloxham Zettersten, Gerd, Ronn, Magnus (ed) Architectural Competition as Institution and Process, Royal Institute of Technology of Stockholm, 2016, pp.117-138link
2016Cucuzzella, CarmelaChapitre 10 : Formuler – et reformuler – la question de recherche in Noreau, Pierre, Bernheim, Emmanuelle (ed) La Thèse : un guide pour y entrer... et s'en sortir, Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal, 2016link
2017Cucuzzella, CarmelaPackard Plant, Detroit : Imaginaries of a City Within a City in Chupin, Jean-Pierre, Abenia, Tiphaine (ed) Du potentiel des grandes structures urbaines abandonnées / On the Potential of Abandonned Large Urban Structures, Potential Architecture Books, 2017, pp.70-75link
2018Cucuzzella, CarmelaA Discreetly Bold Environmental Architecture in Chevalier, Morales, Morales, Stephan (ed) Chevalier Morales Architects : Références Croisées, Potential Architecture Books, 2018, pp.25-28
2018Cucuzzella, CarmelaThe (Im)Possibility of an Autonomous Environmental Architecture in Martin, Louis, Lachance, Jonathan (ed) Du potentiel de l’hétéronomie et de l’autonomie en architecture /On the Potential of Heteronomy and Autonomy in Architecture, Potential Architecture Books, 2018, pp.62-69link
2019Cucuzzella, Carmela
Hammond, Cynthia
On Didacticism in Architecture: Politics, Poetics, Paradoxes/ Du didactisme en architecture: politique, poétique, paradoxes in Cucuzzella, Carmela, Hammond, Cynthia, Goubran, Sherif, Lalonde, Chanelle (ed) On the Potential of Didacticism in Architecture/Du potentiel du didactisme en architecture, Potential Architecture Books, 2019
2019Cucuzzella, CarmelaThe Eco-Didactic Turn in Architecture and Art for the Public Realm in Cucuzzella, Carmela, Hammond, Cynthia, Goubran, Sherif, Lalonde, Chanelle (ed) On the Potential of Didacticism in Architecture/Du potentiel du didactisme en architecture, Potential Architecture Books, 2019
2020Cucuzzella, Carmela
Owen, Jordan
Economic Risks from Policy Pressures in Montreal Real Estate in Emerging Risks in Finance: Challenges and Opportunities for Investors, Institutions and Regulators, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, 203-224link
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2008Parent, Julie
Cucuzzella, Carmela
La consommation durable par le design durable, Le Panoptique, Environnement, no.36, 2008link
2008De Coninck, Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
An Overview of Existing Development Processes for New Products within the Furniture Sector based on a Networked Framework, 2008, 84 pages
2008Cucuzzella, Carmela
Colby, Charles
Comparative Screening Life Cycle Assessment of Children’s Markers Repurposed into a Modern Wall Clock and an Industrial-made Modern Wall Clock,, 2008, 28 pages
2009Cucuzzella, CarmelaWhat does Complexity have to do with Sustainable Design?, Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal, no.3, 2009, pp.277-290
2009Cucuzzella, Carmela
Martenat, Céline-Coralie
Pearl, Daniel
Question 2 : What educational transformation is required to engage the academic world into adopting a transdisciplinary process for developing sustainable projects? Editorial Committee of the School of Architecture of the Université de Montréal., 2009, 7 pageslink
2009Cucuzzella, CarmelaThe Limits of Life Cycle Analysis in a Context of Sustainable Design: Prudence as a New Framework, International Journal of Design Engineering, no.3, 2009, pp.243-261
2010Cucuzzella, Carmela
Martenat, Céline-Coralie
Pearl, Daniel
Between design and engineering – the necessity for a critical perspective. Synthetic response of the Université de Montréal editorial committee, 2010, 7 pageslink
2010Cucuzzella, Carmela
Martenat, Céline-Coralie
Pearl, Daniel
Question 2 : Final Synthesis. Editorial Committee of the School of Architecture of the Université de Montréal, 2010, 7 pageslink
2011Cucuzzella, CarmelaWhy is Fourth Generation Evaluation Essential for Sustainable Design?, Design Principles and Practice: An International Journal, no.1, 2011, pp.239-252
2011Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Environmental standards and judgment processes in competitions for public buildings, Geographica Helvetica, Swiss Journal of Geography, special issue on competitions, Forms, places, and processes: tracing geographies of architecture through design competitions, no.1, 2011, p.13-23
2012Cucuzzella, Carmela
Revéret, Jean-Pierre
Parent, Julie
Revisiting the role of LCA and SLCA in the transition towards sustainable production and consumption, The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 2012, pp.1-11link
2012Cucuzzella, Carmela
Revéret, Jean-Pierre
Parent, Julie
Impact Assessment in SLCA: Sorting the sLCIA Methods According to their Outcomes, The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 2012, pp.164-171link
2013Cucuzzella, CarmelaConfronting Contemporary Sustainability Norms with the Durbaility of Historical Buildings, Proceedings for the XI Forum Internationale di Studi: La Vie dei Mercanti: Heritage, Architecture, LanDesign. Focus on Conservation, Regeneration, Innovation., 2013, pp.1115-1122
2013Cucuzzella, CarmelaLes experts sont-ils à leur place dans les concours?, d'a (D'architectures), Dossier Que savons-nous des concours? Avril 2013, 2013, pp. 62-65
2013Cucuzzella, Carmela
Pearl, Daniel
Mertenat, Céline-Coralie
Verdir le diplôme d’architecture au Canada : un forum académique national, une question de transdisciplinarité, VertigO - la revue électronique en sciences de l'environnement, (Janvier 2013) Éducation et développement durable dans les universités et les cégeps : une nécessaire integration, 2013link
2013Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
The “global warming” of the judgment process in competitions for public buildings in Canada, The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice, n°1, 2013, pp. 53-67
2013Cucuzzella, CarmelaA Theoretical Model For Design For Sustainability: The Impact Of Data Intensive Evaluation Approaches On Design Thinking, International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice, n°1, 2013, pp. 95-108
2014Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Experts, Expertise and Qualitative Judgment in Canadian Architectural Competitions, 5th STS Italia conference, A Matter of Deisgn: Making Society through Science and Technology, 2014, pp.781-796
2014Cucuzzella, CarmelaCanadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) Awards 2014 Jury Process: Observations and Recommendations, 2014, 8 pages
2014Cucuzzella, CarmelaIs Sustainability the Impetus for a New Aesthetic Paradigm in Canadian Design Competition ?, RACAR/Revue d'Art Canadienne-Canadian Art Review, 2014
2014Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Designing the Body of Architecture Through Biological Analogies, Politecnico de Milano, 5th STS Italia conference, A Matter of Design: Making Society through Science and Technology, 2014, p.311-327
2015Cucuzzella, CarmelaResearch-creation as a Curatorial Challenge: An Interview with John Zeppetelli, Muséologies, 2015
2015Cucuzzella, CarmelaIs Sustainability Reorienting the Visual Expression of Architecture?, RACAR: Design Studies in Canada (and beyond): the State of the Field, 2015
2016Cucuzzella, CarmelaCreativity, Sustainable Design, and Risk Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, 1, 2016, 1548-1558link
2017Shrivastava, Paul
Cucuzzella, Carmela
The Art of Regenerative Regional Development, Culture and Dialogue, special issue on Japanese Culture, 2017, 62-97link
2019Cucuzzella, Carmela
Goubran, Sherif
Infrastructure as Deeply Integrated Sustainable Urban Project, J Sustainability Research, 2019link
2019Cucuzzella, CarmelaThe Normative Turn in Environmental Architecture, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2019, 552-565link
2019Cucuzzella, CarmelaEco-Didactic Design in the Public Realm, Ecology and the Environment: The Sustainable City XIII, 2019, 283-290link
2019Goubran, Sherif
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Integrating the Sustainable Development Goals in Building Projects, Journal of Sustainability Research, for the special issue, The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Underpinning and Contributing to Sustainability Research, 2019, 43link
2020 (upcoming)Cucuzzella, Carmela
Brown, Lori
Burns, Karen
Teresa Coady (Encyclopedia entry), 2020 (upcoming)link
2020Cucuzzella, CarmelaCompetition Juries as Intercultural Spaces: Between Evaluation, Experience, and Judgement, Footprint Journal Special Issues on The Architecture Competition as Contact Zone: Towards a Historiography of Cross-Cultural Exchanges, 1, 2020, 39-62link
2020Hazbei, Morteza
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Coherence of Interior and Exterior Formal Qualities in Parametric Designed Buildings, International Journal of Design Engineering, 2020
2020Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Hammond, Cynthia
Eco-Didacticism in Art and Architecture: Raising Awareness by Design, Cities, July 2020, 102728, 2020link
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2007Cucuzzella, Carmela
De Coninck, Pierre
The Contribution of the Precautionary Principle for Decision Making in Situations of Uncertainty for Product and Service Development, 2007, 13 pages, CD-ROM
2007Cucuzzella, Carmela
De Coninck, Pierre
Implementing the Precautionary Principle through Stakeholder Engagement for Product and Service Development, Les ateliers de l’éthique, édition printemps, 2007, p.95-107
2008Cucuzzella, CarmelaThe Precautionary Principle as a Framework for Sustainable Design: Attempts to Counter the Rebound Effects of Production and Consumption, 2008link
2008Cucuzzella, Carmela
De Coninck, Pierre
Towards Sustainable Design: An Approach Based on the Precautionary Principle, 2008, 16 pages, CD-ROM
2008Cucuzzella, Carmela
De Coninck, Pierre
In Pursuit of Sustainable Consumption: The Limits of Adopting a Strategy of Efficiency, 2008, p.277-280
2008Cucuzzella, Carmela
De Coninck, Pierre
Establishing and Assessing Sustainable Solutions: Opportunities and Limits of a Life Cycle Approach, 2008, p.51-60
2009Cucuzzella, CarmelaAn Evaluation and Innovation Framework for Responsible Design based on Prudence, 2009link
2009Cucuzzella, CarmelaFourth Generation Evaluation: Expanding the Evaluation Framework for Sustainable Design Projects, 2009, p.1639-1648
2009Colby, Charles
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Lalande, Philippe
Racine, Martin
Assessing a New Model for Production and Consumption: Environmental Implications of Direct Digital Manufacturing, 2009, pp.32-42
2009Cucuzzella, Carmela
De Coninck, Pierre
Pearl, Daniel
Expanding the Evaluation Framework in Design Projects when Seeking Transformational Sustainable Innovation, 2009, pp.49-55
2010Cucuzzella, CarmelaThe New Montreal Planetarium: Stars of the Underground, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2010link
2010Cucuzzella, CarmelaCollaborative Design in a Context of Sustainability: The Epistemological and Practical Implications of the Precautionary Principle for Design, 2010link
2011Cucuzzella, CarmelaUrban shifting Suburban Surrey, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2011link
2011Cucuzzella, CarmelaDes limites de la norme LEED, ARQ /Architecture-Québec / Le concours : une affaire du jugement, no.154, 2011, pp.22-25
2012Cucuzzella, CarmelaSaint-Laurent Library – When LEED Becomes the Competition Prize, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2012link
2013Cucuzzella, CarmelaLower Don Lands, Toronto 2007: From Winning Project to Public Controversy, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2013link
2014Cucuzzella, Carmela
Crossman, Camille
University of Manitoba, 2012: An ambitious university campus project under high organization, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2014link
2014Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Designing the Body of Architecture Through Biological Analogies, 2014, pp. 311-327
2014Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Expert, Expertise and Qualitative Judgement in Canadian Architecture Competitions, 2014, pp. 781-796
2014Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Design for Sustainability as an Emerging Aesthetic Paradigm in Canadian Design Competitions, 2014
2015Cucuzzella, CarmelaIs Sustainability Reorienting the Visual Expression of Architecture ?, Revue d'art canadienne / Canadian Art Review (RACAR) : Design Studies in Canada (and beyond), No. 2, 2015, pp.86-100
2015Cucuzzella, CarmelaIntroduction : Curatorial Challenges, Muséologies, special edition on Curatorial Challenges of Research-Creation, No. 1, 2015, pp.11-31
2015Cucuzzella, CarmelaResearch-creation as a Curatorial Challenge : An interview with John Zeppetelli, Muséologies, special edition on Curatorial Challenges of Research-Creation, No. 1, 2015, pp.129-141
2016Cucuzzella, Carmela
Gladu, Cheryl
June 2016 : Solar Powered Bus Shelter : Waiting For The Bus While Reflecting On Climate Change, Canadian Competitions Catalogue, 2016link
2016Cucuzzella, Carmela
Coulon, A.
Environmentalism in Architecture Competitions : From Experimentation to Normativity and Back, 2016
2016Cucuzzella, CarmelaCreativity, Sustainable Design, and Risk Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016, pp.1548-1558link
2016Cucuzzella, CarmelaOpinion des défis pour le Québec : Sortir du fétichisme technologique, La Presse, 2016link
2017Cucuzzella, Carmela
Goubran, Sherif
CoLLaboratoire Montreal : Living Experiments for Climate Change Awareness, ARQ : Architecture-Québec / Grands projets, petits projets, September 2017, No. 180, 2017, pp.20-23
2017Cucuzzella, CarmelaCoLLaboratoire Montreal : Living Experiments for Climate Change Awareness, 2017
2017Cucuzzella, Carmela
Goubran, Sherif
Emond, Gilbert
Understanding Regional Sustainability in the Built Environment, 2017
2017Cucuzzella, CarmelaCoLLaboratoire : Urban Design Experiments for Sustainability and Climate Change Awareness, 2017
2017Cucuzzella, Carmela
Shrivastava, Paul
The Art of Regenerative Regional Development, Culture and Dialogue, special issue on Japanese Culture, 2017, pp.62-97
2017Cucuzzella, Carmela
Goubran, Sherif
Maha S., Kamel
More than waiting for the bus : Rethinking Site Surrounding Bus Stops, 2017
2017Cucuzzella, CarmelaToronto and Montreal, The Gazette, 2017link
2017Cucuzzella, CarmelaToronto vu de Montreal, La Presse, 2017link
2020Cucuzzella, Carmela« Éco-didactisme » : Les « prix verts » forcent-ils la visibilité des dispositifs écologiques ?, ARQ, La revue d'architecture, 191 (numéro spécial dirigé par J.-P. Chupin), 2020, pp.22-23
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2019Cucuzzella, Carmela
Athienitis, Andreas
CoLLaboratoire Solar Shelter Design Challenge Exhibit, 2019link
2019Cucuzzella, Carmela
Ouf, Mohammad
Control your Comfort: What is Eco-nudging?, 2019link
2019Civilitti,
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Tomorrow’s Green Corridors, 2019link

Anne Cormier

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Anne Cormier is an architect and full professor at the School of Architecture of the Université de Montréal.

She directed the School of Architecture of the Université de Montréal from 2007 to 2015.  She is also a founding member of Atelier Big City. Since its inception, this workshop has worked to develop innovative intervention strategies and to speculate on the potential of the public domain. Atelier Big City’s work on architecture and the city has been carried out through competitions, calls for ideas, exploratory studies and direct commissions. With Atelier Big City, Anne Cormier has won several distinctions, including the Prix de Rome from the Canada Council for the Arts and the Grand Prix d’excellence from the Ordre des Architectes du Québec. She has presented and exhibited her work in Quebec and abroad. Anne Cormier is an architect and graduate of McGill University. She also studied urban architecture under the direction of Jean-Louis Cohen at the Unité Pédagogique d’Architecture Paris-Villemin (France). With Atelier Big City, she has been invited to teach architecture at various institutions including Cornell University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, University of Toronto and University of Calgary. She was a member of the Bureau of the Ordre des Architectes du Quebec (1993-1995), the editorial committee of the magazine “ARQ” (1993-…) and the editorial committee of the magazine “Trames” (1990-95). She is currently a member of the OAQ Competitions Committee (since 2009) and a member of the Advisory Committee on Planning, Design and Realty of the National Capital Commission (Ottawa) (since 2008).

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2016Cormier, AnneAu sujet de l’architecture, du paysage et de l’interprétation in Plante, Jacques, Roquet, Nicholas (ed) Architectures d’exposition au Québec, Les publications du Québec, 2016, pp.44-49link
2017Cormier, AnneEmprunter l’autoroute et rester en ville: l’Atelier Big City sur l’autoroute Ville-Marie in Chupin, Jean-Pierre, Abenia, Tiphaine (ed) Du potentiel des grandes structures urbaines abandonnées / On the Potential of Abandonned Large Urban Structures, Potential Architecture Books, 2017, pp.62-67link
2018Cormier, AnneLe concours d’idée entre déterminisme et autonomie : Le cas des écoles in Martin, Louis, Lachance, Jonathan (ed) Du potentiel de l’hétéronomie et de l’autonomie en architecture /On the Potential of Heteronomy and Autonomy in Architecture, Potential Architecture Books, 2018, pp.52-57link
2019Cormier, AnneAu sujet de ceci et de cela in Cucuzzella, Carmela, Hammond, Cynthia (ed) Du potentiel du didactisme en architecture / On the potential of didacticism in architecture, Potential Architecture Books, 2019, pp.80-85
2020Cormier, Anne
Paré, Alexandra
Aldo Van Eyck : Jouer sur les lieux de la catastrophe (à paraître) in Chupin, Jean-Pierre (ed) Lieux et rituels de l’utopie et de la dystopie, Potential Architecture Books, 2020
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2004Cormier, Anne
Pearl, Daniel
Au sujet du projet d’architecture, de la construction, du développement durable et de la maîtrise d’œuvre, Trames, Revue de l'aménagement, 2004, p.96-106
2006Cormier, Anne
Cohen, Randy
Davies, H.
Head In The Clouds, Journal or Architectural Education, Vol. 59, 2006, p.31-35
2007Cormier, AnnePrésentation publique d’un mémoire, sous le thème «Enrichir la qualité culturelle du cadre de vie», 2007
2009Cormier, AnneDépôt à l’Office de Consultation Publique de Montréal d’un mémoire au sujet du Quadrilatère Saint-Laurent, 2009
2016Cormier, AnneUn environnement total, ARQ : Architecture-Québec, 177, 2016, pp.8-10
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2002Cormier, AnneSous la bonne terre de Terrebonne : le nouveau théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne, ARQ : Architecture Québec, No. 120, 2002, pp.10-11
2002Cormier, AnnePlace des Arts : concours d’architecture et de design pour l’identification extérieure, ARQ : Architecture-Québec, No. 119, 2002, pp.8-9
2002Cormier, Anne«Pourquoi construire moche?», La Presse, 2002
2004Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cormier, Anne
Bilodeau, Denis
Adamczyk, Georges
Lachapelle, Jacques
Concours d’architecture, pratiques réflexives et transferts analogiques, 2004, 66 pages
2004Adamczyk, Georges
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Bilodeau, Denis
Cormier, Anne
Architectural competitions and new reflexive practices, 2004, 9 pages
2006Cormier, AnneVivre en centre-ville, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2006link
2006Cormier, AnneEntrevue pour une émission de télévision avec Piero Facchin, 2006
2007Cormier, AnneRecréer le logement social (2e concours du L.E.A.P), Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2007link
2010Cormier, AnneLes jardins du « Y » des femmes, ARQ : Architecture Québec / Le logement collectif deuxième partie, No. 150, 2010, pp.8-9
2010Cormier, AnneLe logement social: espace de création, d’innovation et de critique dans les centres-villes canadiens, ARQ : Architecture-Québec / Le logement collectif deuxième partie, No. 150, 2010, pp.31-35
2016Cormier, AnnePerfect Seven, Bordercrossing / Art + Architecture, No.2, 2016, p.129
2016Cormier, AnneUn environnement total, ARQ, La revue d'architecture / Expo 67, No. 177, 2016, pp.8-10
2016Cormier, AnneBright Lights Big City: Rio Tinto Planetarium Competition, 2008, Bordercrossing / Art + Architecture, No. 2, 2016, pp.70-72
2016Cormier, AnneD’identité et d’ailleurs – une relecture pour le relais, ARQ : Architecture-Québec, No. 174, 2016, pp.23-25
2017Cormier, AnneUne table-ronde: Où va Montréal, ARQ : Architecture-Québec / Grands projets - Petits projets, No. 180, 2017, pp.30-35
2017Cormier, AnneUn fabuleux territoire de 268 hectares, ARQ : Architecture-Québec / De Terres des hommes au Parc Jean-Drapeau, No. 178, 2017, p.5
2017Cormier, AnneConcevoir sur les îles, deux entrevues, ARQ : Architecture-Québec / De Terres des hommes au Parc Jean-Drapeau, No. 178, 2017, pp.19-23
2019Cormier, AnneLe projet : décliner la ville au futur antérieur, ARQ, architecture et design Québec, 2019, pp.9-11
2019Cormier, AnneEn amont et en aval, la part du dessin dans le dessein, ARQ, architecture et design Québec, 2019, pp.8-9
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2002Cormier, AnneMonopoly, 2002
2002Cormier, AnneGarden Party, 2002
2002Cormier, Anne
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Sous la bonne terre de Terrebonne : le nouveau théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne, 2002
2002Cormier, AnneEchangeur, 2002
2003Cormier, AnneJ’cours les concours – L’architecture en concours au Québec 2000-2002, 2003
2004Cormier, AnneIdentification du Quartier des Spectacles, 2004
2004Cormier, AnneLa tête dans les nuages, 2004
2006Cormier, Anne“Exte”, œuvre produite dans le cadre de l’exposition Archi-Fictions, 2006
2006Cormier, AnneBibliothèque de Charlevoix, 2006
2008Cormier, AnneProjets exposés à la Biennale de Venise, “41º to 66º : Architecture in Canada – Region, Culture, Tectonics”, 2008
2009Cormier, AnneParticipation à l’exposition « Penser tout haut faire l’architecture », 2009
2015/01/16Cormier, AnneExposition monographique des travaux de l’Atelier Big City, Musée de la civilisation, Québec, 2015/01/16
2015/10/23Cormier, AnneOeuvres choisies, exposition de groupe “Montréal Jamais construit 1990-2015”, Maison de l’architecture du Québec, Montréal, 2015/10/23
2016Cormier, AnneU: Projet de Logements, Montréal, 2016
2016Cormier, AnneBrin d’Elles: Projet de logement social, Montréal, 2016
2016Cormier, AnneProjet du Centre culturel Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montréal, 2016
2017Cormier, AnneÉquipe finaliste à la 2e étape du concours pour la transformation du Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, 2017
2017Cormier, AnneÉquipe finaliste à la 2e étape du concours pour l’agrandissement et la rénovation de la bibliothèque l’Octogone, Montréal, 2017
2017Cormier, AnneMaison des gens de lettres: Projet institutionnel, Montréal, 2017
2018Cormier, AnneÉquipe lauréate à la 2e étape du concours pour Lieu de diffusion spécialisée danse, théâtre pour l’enfance et la jeunesse de Sherbrooke, 2018
2019Cormier, AnneÉquipe finaliste à la 2e étape du concours pour l’agrandissement de la Bibliothèque de Rivière-du-Loup, 2019

Jean-Pierre Chupin

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Université de Montréal, Faculté de l’aménagement, École d’architecture,
CP 6128, succursale Centre-ville,
Montréal, (Québec) H3C 3J7, Canada.

Jean-Pierre Chupin is professor at the University of Montreal School of Architecture, where is holds the Chaire de recherche sur les concours et les pratiques contemporaines en architecture (www.crc.umontreal.ca ) and co-directs of the Laboratoire d’étude de l’architecture potentielle (www.leap-architecture.org).

Trained as an architect in Europe (France and Great Brittain), he has been registered in Québec (Canada) since 1993 and was selected to represent young architecture in Canada, along with 9 other teams, at the Venice Biennal of 1995 (held in 1996). Jean-Pierre is an architecture graduate from both Nantes School of Architecture (France) and Portsmouth Polytechic School of Architecture (UK). He holds a Masters in History and Theory of Architecture from McGill University (1990) and a PhD in Environmental Design from University of Montreal (1998). He has taught at Université du Québec in Montreal (Uqam), at École Nationale Supérieure d’architecture in Toulouse and at École Nationale Supérieure d’architecture in Lyon before joining the University of Montreal School of Architecture in 2001.

At Université de Montréal, he is responsible for theory courses, graduate seminars and studios, and doctoral studies.  The work of his MArch students (Explorations in architectural design) has been regularly exhibited and is presented on the site OUPROPO (OUvroir de PROjets POtentiels) (www.oupropo.umontreal.ca).

Chupin started is academic career as scientific translator of Alberto Perez-Gomez’s seminal Architecture and the Crisis of Modern Science (The MIT Press, 1983) published in French in 1988. Architectural theoretician, he has been working for more than two decades on the role of analogical thinking in architecture from various vantage points (historical, theoretical, pedagogical and cognitive). He has conducted close examination on the role of analogy in writings by Philibert de l’Orme, Le Corbusier and Aldo Rossi. In 2003-2004 he was researcher in residence at the Canadian Center for Architecture Study Center and worked on the Città Analoga by architect Aldo Rossi. The first volume of his research on the Analogie et théorie en architecture (De la vie, de la ville et de la conception, même) was first published by Swiss Infolio, in the series « Projet et Théorie », in 2010 and was republished in 2013 in a revised and augmented edition.

Jean-Pierre Chupin conducts collaborative research on architectural theory, design thinking, analogical imagination, and has become a renowned expert on architectural and urban design competitions. Both at L.E.A.P since 2002, and at the Research Chair on Competitions and Contemporary Practices in Architecture since 2012, he has developed a particular approach to scientific leadership through an understanding of the specificities of research and theoretical discourse in architecture. The L.E.A.P lab gathers 9 scholars from 3 universities (Université de Montréal, Concordia University and Université du Québec à Montréal) and the research axis revolves around issues as diverse as: architectural theory, the history of Canadian architecture, innovation in heritage contexts, social housing, design for sustainability and its challenges, but also semiotics and generally speaking research on competitions. At L.E.A.P lab, and since 2003, he has been coordinating the design and update of the projects databse of competitions organised in Canada since 1942 (www.ccc.umontreal.ca). He directed the production of another database for the EUROPAN organization, the biggest organiser of competitions in Europe (www.arclab.umontreal.ca/EUROPAN-EN). Now considered a major scientific and cultural resource, the CCC received specific funding in 2012 from Innovation Canada as a major Canadian resource in the fields of architecture, urbanism and landscape architecture. The Assemblée universitaire de l’Université de Montréal appointed him for two mandates between 2006 and 2012 as a member of the Comité de la Recherche de l’Université de Montréal.

Jean-Pierre Chupin has published 7 books, conceived two majors databases of projects, published more than 100 papers, presented 5 governmental reports and has already given more than 100 lectures, mostly as guest or keynote speaker in various international contexts in Europe, North-American but also South-American and Asian universities.

Jean-Pierre Chupin has organized major international conferences. He was the initiator of the first symposium of the Grands Ateliers de l’Isle d’Abeau (France, 2001) on constructive thinking and tectonics, based on the work of Professor Kenneth Frampton (Columbia University). Since then, he has organized interdisciplinary conferences on cultural mediations and knowledge transfers in the field of project theories and practices, on the relationships between architecture, imagination and philosophy, on architectural judgement and on the role of international competitions on architectural quality in the planetary age. As director of the new Research Chair on competitions, he organised, in 2012, the first conference on the role of competitions in the production of culture, quality and Knowledge (International Competitions and Architectural Quality in the Planetary Age» – Université de Montréal). In 2013, he launched the first edition of IDEA@UofM (International Doctoral Encounters in Architecture at Université de Montréal), selecting PhD Students from the best doctoral programs in both Americas and in Europe to reflect on the complex theme of ornament, algorithms and analogies (between cognitive and technological operations in architecture).

Jean-Pierre Chupin received one of 3 Awards for Excellence in Teaching granted by Université de Montréal in 2008 (category: Associate professors).

Jean-Pierre Chupin is the scientific director and principal editor of the Canadian Competitions Catalogue a documentary database and  research engine, intended for archival, analysis and the history of contemporary architecture in Canada.  Bilingual, this research tool and its diffusion constitutes for historians and researchers, for students, for elected and administrative public, the experts and professional consultants, whether they are architects, engineers, members of the jury, promoters, or the general public, an important source of documentation. Since its publication on line in spring of 2006, the C.C.C. has recieved over 3000 visits per month.

 

  • Books
  • Chapters
  • Peer-reviewed articles
  • Conference papers and magazines
  • Exhibitions and research creation
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1988Chupin, Jean-PierreTraduction française de l’ouvrage du professeur Alberto Perez-Gomez (Université McGill) : “L’architecture et la crise de la science modern”, Éditions Mardaga (Collection Architecture + Recherches n° 30), Bruxelles, 1988
1998Chupin, Jean-PierreLa notion de projet dans les disciplines de l’aménagement (vol. 1 : Le projet en architecture), Faculté de l'aménagement (collection des Notes de recherche), Montréal, 1998
2005Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Simonnet, Cyrille
Le projet tectonique, Infolio, Genève, 2005
ISBN 9782884745413
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2009Chupin, Jean-PierreTectoniques architectes. Explicit, Les presses du réel, Dijon, 2009
ISBN 9782840663133
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2010Chupin, Jean-PierreAnalogie et théorie en architecture – De la vie, de la ville et de la conception, même, Infolio, Collection Projet et Théorie, Genève (Golion), 2010
ISBN 9782884745758
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2013Chupin, Jean-PierreAnalogie et théorie en architecture – De la vie, de la ville et de la conception, même (Seconde édition revue et corrigée avec une bibliographie augmentée), Infolio, Collection Projet et Théorie, Genève (Golion), 2013link
2015Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Helal, Bechara
Architecture Competitions and The Production of Culture, Quality and Knowledge : An International Inquiry, Potential Architecture Books, Montréal, 2015
ISBN 9780992131708
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2016Chupin, Jean-PierreConcourir à l’excellence en architecture – Éditoriaux du CCC (2006-2016), Potential Architecture Books, Montréal, 2016
ISBN 978-0-9921317-4-6
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2017Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Abenia, Tiphaine
Du potentiel des grandes structures urbaines abandonnées / On the Potential of Abandoned Large Urban Structures, Potential Architecture Books, Montréal, 2017
ISBN 9780992131791
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2017Chupin, Jean-PierreCompeting for Excellence in Architecture (editorials from the Canadian Competitions Catalogue, 2006 – 2016), Potential Architecture Books, Montreal, 2017
ISBN 9780992131753
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2017Chupin, Jean-PierreMontreal Archimap, 1992-2017 : 25 années d’architecture en 25 cartes (catalogue en ligne), 2017link
2019Chupin, Jean-PierreAtlas de l’Excellence en Architecture / AEA / Atlas of Excellence in Architecture, Université de Montréal, 2019link
2020Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Collyer, G. Stanley
Young Architects in Competitions (When Competitions and a New Generation of Ideas Elevate Architectural Quality), Potential Architecture Books, Montréal, 2020
ISBN 9781988962047 (PDF)
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2020Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Rondia, Emmanuel
Goubran, Sherif
Reimagining Waiting for the Bus: Design Principles for Spaces Surrounding Bus Shelters, Potential Architecture Book (in print), 2020
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2001Chupin, Jean-PierreL’architecture comme discipline de la réciprocité analogique in Louguet, Philippe, Vermandel, Frank (ed) Discipline et visée disciplinaire, Éditions de l'École d'architecture de Lille, 2001, p.26-42link
2002Chupin, Jean-PierreLa mariée mise à nu… (à propos de l’enseignabilité des modèles de la conception) in Borillo, Mario, Goulette, Jean-Pierre (ed) Cognition et création : explorations cognitives des processus de conception, Mardaga, 2002, pp.65-95link
2003Chupin, Jean-PierreLes trois logiques analogiques du projet en architecture : De l’impulsion monumentale à la nécessité de la recherche en passant par l’incontournable enseignabilité in Fernando Lara e Sônia Marques Desafios e conquistas da pesquisa e do ensino de projeto, 2003, p.11-31
2003Chupin, Jean-PierreAs Três Lógicas Analógicas do Projeto em Arquitetura: do impulso monumental à necessidade de pesquissa passando pela inevitàvel questão da «ensinabilidade» da arquitetura in Fernando Lara e Sônia Marques Desafios e conquistas da pesquisa e do ensino de projeto, 2003, p.11-31
2004Chupin, Jean-PierreThe Tectonic Bug (The Fall of The Body in Cyberspace) in O sentido e o universal digital (Meaning and The digital Universe), VIII congresso ibero-americano. Unisinos, 2004, p.493-500
2005Chupin, Jean-PierreLe bogue tectonique (La loi de la chute du corps dans l’espace architectural) in Le projet tectonique, 2005, p.183-200link
2005Chupin, Jean-PierreUne intuition théorique – L’état de légende: la Città Analoga d’Aldo Rossi in Louguet, Philippe, Vermandel, Frank (ed) Fiction théorique, Jean Michel Place, 2005, p.78-97link
2006Chupin, Jean-PierreUn casting de rêve : habitants, touristes et figurants de l’architecture potentielle in Bilodeau, D. (ed) Concours d'architecture et imaginaire territorial: les projets culturels au Québec, 1991-2005 / Architectural Competitions and Territorial Imagination: Cultural Projects in Quebec, 1991-2005, L.E.A.P. - Centre de design de l'UQAM, 2006
2007Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Gomes, Lino José
Goorts, Jason
Le ciel des idées, l’horizon des connaissances in Europan France, Innover dialoguer réaliser : 1998-2007, Jean-Michel Place, 2007
2008Chupin, Jean-PierreDocumenter les concours, concourir à la recherche, archiver l’évènement in Peyceré, David, Wierre, Florence (ed) Architecture et archives numériques (L'architecture à l'ère numérique : un enjeu de mémoire), Infolio, 2008, pp.523-544link
2008Mavrikakis, Catherine
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Anfractuosités in Gironnay, Sophie (ed) Les Archifictions de Montréal II (Frontières émouvantes), Éditions Monopoli, 2008, p.64-77
2008Chupin, Jean-PierreDocumenting Competitions, Contributing to Research, Archiving Events in Peyceré, Advid, Wierre, Florence (ed) Architecture et archives numériques (L'architecture à l'ère numérique : un enjeu de mémoire), Infolio, 2008, pp.523-544
2011Chupin, Jean-PierreBarriga vazia não tem ouvidos in Lassance, Guilherme, Rocha-Peixoto, Gustavo, Bronstein, Laís, Santos de Oliveira, Beatriz (ed) Leituras, em teoria da arquitetura 2, Viana & Mosley Editora, 2011, pp.164-191link
2012Chupin, Jean-PierreArchivage numérique des concours canadiens et re-connaissance de l’architecture in Archives : Pour une (re) connaissance de l’architecture (Livre blanc des archives de l’architecture en fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles) sous la direction de Chantal Dassonville, Cellule architecture de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, 2012, pp. 92-103link
2012Helal, Bechara
Crossman, Camille
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Training Architects Through Reflexive Research (Exploration, Experimentation and Judgment in the Analogical Pedagogy of The Ouvroir de Projets Potentiels (OUPROPO) in Theory by Design (Architectural research made explicit in the design teaching studio) sous la direction de Vols, Walsche, Michels and Verbruggen, 2012, pp. 363-372
2012Chupin, Jean-PierreLa Città Analoga d’Aldo Rossi était-elle une hyperurbanité prémonitoire? in HyperUrbain 3 : Villes hybrides et enjeux de l’aménagement des urbanités numériques (sous la direction de Khaldoun Zreik), Éditions Europia, 2012, pp.121-139link
2013Chupin, Jean-PierreConcourir à la qualité de l’architecture scolaire in Dassonville, Chantal, Cohen, Maurizio (ed) L'Athénée royal Riva Bella Braine-l'Alleud, 2013, 36-43
2013Chupin, Jean-PierreÉléments d’une mythologie de l’inversion dans la Città Analoga d’Aldo Rossi in Faire des histoires? Du récit d’urbanisme à l’urbanisme fictionnel (sous la direction de Matthey Laurent, Mager Christophe, Gaillard David et Hélène Gallezot), Fondation Braillard Architectes, 2013, pp. 25-32link
2014Chupin, Jean-PierreDans l’univers des thèses, un compas théorique in Les Cahiers de la Recherche Architecturale et Urbaine, Les Éditions du Patrimoine, 2014, pp. 23-40link
2014Chupin, Jean-PierreQuando julgar é conceber um projeto in Qualidade e Sustentabilidade do Ambiente Construido (Legislaçao, Gestao Publica et Projetos) (sous la direction de Fabiano José Arcadio Sobreira, Roseli Senna Ganem, Suely Mara Vaz Guimaraes de Araujo), Mesa Da Camara dos Deputados, 2014, pp. 209-221
2015Chupin, Jean-PierreShould Competitions Always Be International ? Political Reasons in a Multipolar World (1988-2012) in Chupin, Jean-Pierre, Cucuzzella, Carmela, Helal, Bechara (ed) Architecture Competitions and the Production of Culture, Quality and Knowledge : An International Inquiry, Potential Architecture Books, 2015, pp.110-131
2015Chupin, Jean-PierreThe Canadian Competitions Catalogue : Digital Libraries of Projects as Collective Legacy in Chupin, Jean-Pierre, Cucuzzella, Carmela, Helal, Bechara (ed) Architecture Competitions and the Production of Culture, Quality and Knowledge : An International Inquiry, Potential Architecture Books, 2015, pp.232-253
2015Chupin, Jean-PierreVertiges et prodiges du contresens (Le projet comme traduction) in Pescador, Flora, Mirallave, Vicente (ed) Recherche par le projet / Research by design, ENSA Lyon + ULPGC, 2015, pp.28-36
2015Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Helal, Bechara
A World of Potentialities: Competitions as Producers of Culture, Quality and Knowledge in Chupin, Jean-Pierre, Cucuzzella, Carmela, Helal, Bechara (ed) Architecture Competitions and the Production of Culture, Quality and Knowledge (An International Inquiry), Potential Architecture Books, 2015, pp.8-23
2015Chupin, Jean-PierreThe Canadian Competitions Catalogue. Digital Libraries of Project as Collective Legacy in Architecture Competitions and the Production of Culture, Quality and Knowledge (An International Inquiry),, Potential Architecture Books, 2015, 232-253
2016Chupin, Jean-PierreConcours culturels et ouverture au monde : mythes et réalités in Plante, Jacques, Roquet, Nicholas (ed) Architectures d’exposition au Québec, Les publications du Québec, 2016, pp.56-60link
2016Chupin, Jean-PierreConcourir à l’excellence en architecture : 5 points d’un manifeste potentiel in Chupin, Jean-Pierre (ed) Concourir à l’excellence en architecture (éditoriaux du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens 2006 – 2016), Potential Architecture Books, 2016, pp.28-49link
2017Chupin, Jean-PierreForeword / Préface in Crédoz, Guillaume (ed) Efficient Fictions (43 Design Strategies illustrated), Omar El Salhani, 2017, pp.18-23link
2017Chupin, Jean-PierreDe l’architecture abandonnée à l’architecture potentielle : abandon à la puissance n in Chupin, Jean-Pierre, Abenia, Tiphaine (ed) Du potentiel des grandes structures urbaines abandonnées / On the Potential of Abandonned Large Urban Structures, Potential Architecture Books, 2017, pp.18-23link
2017Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Abenia, Tiphaine
Architecture | Abandon | Potentiel: trois termes d’une équation fertile / Architecture | Abandonment | Potential: Three Terms for a Fertile Equation in Chupin, Jean-Pierre, Abenia, Tiphaine (ed) Du potentiel des grandes structures urbaines abandonnées / On the Potential of Abandonned Large Urban Structures, Potential Architecture Books, 2017, pp.10-15link
2018Chupin, Jean-PierreUn compas des théories dans l’océan doctoral en architecture in Cohen, Jean-Louis (ed) L’architecture entre pratique et connaissance scientifique, Éditions du Patrimoine, 2018, pp.36-51link
2018Chupin, Jean-PierreClaustra : analogie concrète de l’architecture in Martin, Louis, Lachance, Jonathan (ed) Du potentiel de l’hétéronomie et de l’autonomie en architecture /On the Potential of Heteronomy and Autonomy in Architecture, Potential Architecture Books, 2018, pp.70-75link
2019Chupin, Jean-PierreCe que l’architecture des écoles nous apprend de la critique in Du potentiel du didactisme en architecture // On the potential of didacticism in architecture, Cahiers de recherche du LEAP Research Notebooks #3, Potential Architecture Books, 2019, p.72-79
2020Chupin, Jean-PierreDu potentiel critique de l’analogie négative en architecture (à paraître) in La critique architecturale à l’œuvre, Potential Architecture Books, 2020
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2001Chupin, Jean-PierrePour une ” analogique ” du projet en situation pédagogique, Trames, Revue de l'aménagement, 2001, p.91-110
2002Chupin, Jean-PierreProcès et enjeux épistémologiques de la connaissance par analogie en architecture, in Stéphane Hanrot et al. Recherche et Architecture, 2002, p.83-100
2004Chupin, Jean-PierreLes 40 prochaines années: le doctorat en architecture – la charnière des enjeux disciplinaires et professionnels, Trames, Revue de l'aménagement, 2004, pp.121-144
2004Chupin, Jean-PierreRegards croisés sur les Grands Ateliers de l’Isle D’Abeau, 2004, p.44
2004Chupin, Jean-PierreRapport du jury, Place Eugène-Lapierre, 2004
2006Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Adamczyk, Georges
Beaudet, Gérard
Tischer, Stefan
Europan 8 (FR) vu du Canada : Analyses interdisciplinaires des projets présélectionnés de la session française, 2006
2006Chupin, Jean-PierrePrésentation du Laboratoire d’étude de l’architecture potentielle, ARQ/Architecture-Québec, No. 137, 2006, p.16-17
2009Chupin, Jean-PierreProactive, rétrospective, rétroactive (De l’anticipation critique en architecture), ETC Montréal, revue de l’art actuel, 2009, p.25-30
2009Chupin, Jean-PierreLe concours d’architecture pour le nouveau pavillon du Musée National des Beaux-arts du Québec et la politique cadre sur la gouvernance des grands projets d’infrastructure publique, 2009
2010Chupin, Jean-PierreQu’est-ce que l’analogie? Ombres et lumières sur un concept, Faces, numéro spécial sur l’analogie en architecture, Genève, 68, 2010, 4-13
2010Chupin, Jean-PierreVirer analogue : ceci augmentera cela (Architecture rewired), ETC Montréal, revue de l’art actuel, 2010, p.30-35
2011Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Environmental standards and judgment processes in competitions for public buildings, Geographica Helvetica, Swiss Journal of Geography, special issue on competitions, Forms, places, and processes: tracing geographies of architecture through design competitions, no.1, 2011, p.13-23
2011Chupin, Jean-PierreJUDGEMENT BY DESIGN: Towards a model for studying and improving the competition process in architecture and urban design, The Scandinavian Journal of Management, special topic forum on “Architectural Competitions”, Elsevier / Stockholm, 1, 2011, 173-184
2012Chupin, Jean-PierreZum Thema Internationale Wettbewerbe und Architekturqualität im Zeitalter der globalisierung, WA, Wettbewerbe Aktuell, 2012, p. 1
2013Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
The “global warming” of the judgment process in competitions for public buildings in Canada, The International Journal of Sustainability Policy and Practice, n°1, 2013, pp. 53-67
2013Chupin, Jean-Pierre (Rédacteur invité)Dossier spécial “Que savons-nous des concours?”, d'a (D'architecture), no.216, 2013
2013Chupin, Jean-PierreChaque concours est un projet de recherche potentiel, d'a (D'architectures), no. 216, 2013, pp. 42-46
2013Chupin, Jean-PierreDesigning Future Heritage (Aldo Rossi’s Città Analoga as Incomplete Algorithm), Le Vie dei Mercanti, XI Forum Internazionale di Studi (Heritage, Architecture, Landesign), 2013, p.598-605
2014Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Experts, Expertise and Qualitative Judgment in Canadian Architectural Competitions, 5th STS Italia conference, A Matter of Deisgn: Making Society through Science and Technology, 2014, pp.781-796
2014Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Designing the Body of Architecture Through Biological Analogies, Politecnico de Milano, 5th STS Italia conference, A Matter of Design: Making Society through Science and Technology, 2014, p.311-327
2014Chupin, Jean-PierreDans l’univers des thèses, un compas théorique, Les Cahiers de la recherche architecturale et urbaine n 30/31 (Trajectoires doctorales 2), 2014, p.23-40
2014Chupin, Jean-PierreSome Reflections on the Problematic Location of the Entity Client in the Ontological Structure of Electronic Ressources on Competitions, Proceedings of the The 5th International Conference on Competitions, 2014, p.22-34
2017Chupin, Jean-PierreVectores de una cartografía teórica: una brújula de navegación para un océano de tesis octorales en arquitectura, REVISTA DE ARQUITECTURA, No. 2, 2017, pp.94-106
2020Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Hammond, Cynthia
Eco-Didacticism in Art and Architecture: Raising Awareness by Design, Cities, July 2020, 102728, 2020link
2020Chupin, Jean-PierreThis is Not a Nest: Transcultural Metaphors and the Paradoxical Politics of International Competitions, Footprint, Delft Architectural Theory Journal, 26, 2020, pp.63-82link
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1991Chupin, Jean-PierreL’architecte au champ! Une entrevue avec John Schreiber, ARQ, La revue d'architecture n° 63, octobre, 1991, pp.20-21
1992Chupin, Jean-PierreLa maison verte : Louis -Paul Lemieux et l’atelier Kaos, ARQ, La revue d'architecture, n° 66, avril, 1992, pp.27-28
1994Chupin, Jean-PierreConcourir à l’exécution ou les petites vies du projet, ARQ, La revue d'architecture, cahier spécial Les 25 ans de l’Office Municipal d’habitation de Montréal, février, 1994, pp.11-15
1995Chupin, Jean-PierreLa culture du projet, DIRE (La revue des cycles supérieurs de l'Université de Montréal). Vol. 5, n° 1, 1995, pp.32-34
1996Chupin, Jean-Pierre(Étain U Obsidienne) L. Khan : concours international d’idées pour la reconstruction des souks de Beyrouth, The Fifth Column, (McGill University), Montréal, n° 2, 1996, pp.32-43
2000Chupin, Jean-PierreL’analogie ou les écarts de genèse du projet d’architecture, Genesis, (Revue internationale de critique génétique), 2000, p.67-90
2001Chupin, Jean-PierreL’Atelier de projet, DIRE (La revue des cycles supérieurs de l'Université de Montréal), 2001
2001Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Lequay, Hervé
Escalade analogique et plongée numérique (Entre l’atelier tectonique et le studio virtuel dans l’enseignement du projet)., Les Cahiers de la recherche architecturale et urbaine (Virtuel réel, quelle place pour les nouvelles technologies ?), 2001, p.21-30
2001Chupin, Jean-PierreL’atelier de projet à l’école d’architecture, Bulletin CÉFES, 2001, p.5-6
2002Chupin, Jean-PierreEn architecture, comme aux Échecs, l’important c’est l’ouverture !, ARQ, La revue d'architecture, n°118, février, 2002, Éditorial
2002Chupin, Jean-Pierre“Acrobaties de l’architecture potentielle”, in ARQ La revue d’architecture, ARQ, La revue d'architecture, n°118, février, 2002, pp.6-10
2002Chupin, Jean-PierreAcrobaties de l’architecture potentielle (Jean-Pierre Chupin, rédacteur en chef invité), ARQ : Architecture Québec, No. 118, 2002, pp.6-10
2002Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Bilodeau, Denis
Adamczyk, Georges
Reflective knowledge and potentiel Architecture, 2002
2004Chupin, Jean-PierreRapport du jury, Place Eugène-Lapierre, catalogue du concours d'aménagement, 2004
2004Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cormier, Anne
Bilodeau, Denis
Adamczyk, Georges
Lachapelle, Jacques
Concours d’architecture, pratiques réflexives et transferts analogiques, 2004, 66 pages
2004Adamczyk, Georges
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Bilodeau, Denis
Cormier, Anne
Architectural competitions and new reflexive practices, 2004, 9 pages
2005Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Marques, Sonia
A questào doutoral ou a globalizao da epistemologia e da pesquisa em arquitetura, 2005link
2005Chupin, Jean-PierreThe Tectonic Bug (Current and Recurrent Tensions Between the Virtual and the Tectonic), Architecture and Ideas, 2005, p.66-81
2006Chupin, Jean-PierrePaysage canadien : invention reportée ?, Editorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2006link
2006Chupin, Jean-PierrePrésentation du Laboratoire d’étude de l’architecture potentielle, ARQ, La revue d'architecture, n°137, novembre, 2006, pp.16-17
2006Chupin, Jean-PierreArchitectes, le CCC vous appartient!, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2006link
2006Chupin, Jean-PierreRe-marquer le territoire de l’architecture, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2006link
2006Chupin, Jean-PierrePaysage canadien : invention reportée?, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2006link
2006Chupin, Jean-PierreEspaces publics et promoteurs privés, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2006link
2006Chupin, Jean-PierreUne publication en construction permanente, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2006link
2006Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Adamczyk, Georges
Boyer-Mercier, Pierre
al., et
Table ronde sur l’éducation architecturale, ARQ : Architecture-Québec, No. 137, 2006, pp.21-27
2007Chupin, Jean-PierreDurables bibliothèques, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2007link
2007Chupin, Jean-PierreVers une tectonique canadienne?, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2007link
2007Chupin, Jean-PierreAvant l’œuvre, essai sur l’invention architecturale (Recension du livre de Karim Basbous), Les Cahiers de la recherche architecturale et urbaine, 2007, p.244-247
2008Le Clair, Isabelle
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Franchir le mur de la maladie mentale…, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2008link
2008Chupin, Jean-Pierre11 jardins réalisés, 92 jardins potentiels, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2008link
2009Chupin, Jean-PierreLe CCA et la promotion de la jeune architecture canadienne (Biennale de Venise 1995), Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2009link
2010Chupin, Jean-Pierre270 jardins des délices pour Métis 2010, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2010link
2010Chupin, Jean-PierreOMA à Québec : Office for MNBAQ Architecture, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2010link
2011Chupin, Jean-PierreQuand juger c’est « concevoir un projet », ARQ : Architecture-Québec / Spécial sur le jugement en architecture (sous la direction de Jean-Pierre Chupin), No. 154, 2011, pp.48-51
2011Chupin, Jean-PierreÉditorial : L’histoire jugera, ARQ : Architecture-Québec / Spécial sur le jugement en architecture (sous la direction de Jean-Pierre Chupin), No. 154, 2011, p.5
2011Chupin, Jean-PierreLeçons d’histoire d’un concours : La Faculté de l’aménagement en 1994, 2011
2012Chupin, Jean-PierreZum Thema Internationale Wettbewerbe und Architekturqualität im Zeitalter der Globalisierung, WA, wettbewerbe aktuell, juin, 2012, Page éditoriale (Gastkommentar)
2012Chupin, Jean-PierreConcourir pour l’esprit de compétition, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2012link
2012Crossman, Camille
Helal, Bechara
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Training architects through reflexive research, 2012, p. 363-370
2013Chupin, Jean-PierreDossier : Que savons-nous des concours ?, d’a (D’architecture), n 216, avril 2013, 2013
2013Chupin, Jean-PierreChaque concours est un projet de recherche potentiel, d’a (D’architecture), n 216, avril, 2013, pp.42-46
2013Chupin, Jean-PierreLeçons de paysage par des étudiants, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2013link
2013Chupin, Jean-PierreDesigning Future Heritage (Aldo Rossi’s Città Analoga as Incomplete Algorithm), 2013, pp. 598-605
2014Chupin, Jean-PierreOu comment enterrer l’imagination, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2014link
2014Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Designing the Body of Architecture Through Biological Analogies, 2014, pp. 311-327
2014Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Cucuzzella, Carmela
Expert, Expertise and Qualitative Judgement in Canadian Architecture Competitions, 2014, pp. 781-796
2014Cucuzzella, Carmela
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Design for Sustainability as an Emerging Aesthetic Paradigm in Canadian Design Competitions, 2014
2014Chupin, Jean-PierreSome Reflections on the Problematic Location of the Entity Client in the Ontological Structure of Electronic Ressources on Competitions, 2014, pp. 22-34
2015Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Collyer, S.
Editorial : Participation Inequality in Competitions, Competitions.org et Kollectif.net, 2015link
2015Chupin, Jean-Pierre (direction scientifique)Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, publication interactive de la Chaire de recherche sur les concours et les pratiques contemporaines en architecture, 2015link
2016Chupin, Jean-PierreRien ne sert de concourir…(si le concours n’est pas au point!), ARQ : Architecture-Québec, No. 176, 2016, pp.25-30
2016Chupin, Jean-PierreÀ quoi servent les concours d’architecture et d’urbanisme (Entrevue avec Marc André Carignan filmée pour le Canal Savoir), Canal Savoir (Québec), 2016link
2017Chupin, Jean-PierreUn métier compétitif, Quartier Libre (Le journal indépendant des étudiants de l’Université de Montréal), 2017link
2018Chupin, Jean-PierreMAC de Montréal : Hier postmoderne, enfin contemporain (À propos des résultats du concours (2017) pour la transformation du Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal), ARQ, La revue d'architecture, n°184, septembre, 2018, pp.28-35
2018Chupin, Jean-PierreUn modernisme élégant au secours d’un postmodernisme désuet / An Elegant Modernism to the Rescue of an Obsolete Postmodernism, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2018link
2018Chupin, Jean-PierreAscenseur pour l’horizon, Éditorial du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens, 2018link
2019Lam, Elsa
Chupin, Jean-Pierre
Canadian Competitions Catalogue reaches 5 000-projet milestone, Les Affaires, 2019link
2020Chupin, Jean-PierreLes prix, arrêt sur Image !, ARQ, La revue d'architecture, 191 (numéro spécial dirigé par J.-P. Chupin), 2020, p.3 (éditorial)
2020Chupin, Jean-PierreÀ quoi servent les prix en architecture ?, ARQ, La revue d'architecture, 2020, pp.18-21
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2010Chupin, Jean-PierreCoordination de la mise à jour du Catalogue des Concours Canadiens (depuis 2006), 2010link
2010Chupin, Jean-PierreCoordination de la mise à jour de la base de données des Concours Europan – France (depuis 2007), 2010link