Eva Franch is an architect, curator, educator and lecturer of experimental forms of art and architectural practice.
Franch specializes in the making of alternative architecture histories and futures.
She has been invited to international workshops in collaboration with the Reggio Emilia Landscape Biennale and the FAI (the Italian National Trust).
In 2017 she was tutor for Tamassociati (Curatorial team of the Italian Pavilion, Biennale di Venezia 2016) at WAVe 2017 “Syria the making of the Future” organized by Università Iuav di Venezia that focused the attention on post-conflict reconstruction.
From your question I understand, what you mean by "photogenic Architecture" is architecture or basically a building that looks your jurors are asking you to change the topic is because your project is all about "facade treatment" and facade treatment by itself is not architecture.
Architecture is also about how a spaces feel and not just how spaces look and that's why you can't do a thesis on such a project, because facade treatment is being done everywhere in the world, on old and new buildings alike without focusing on how the space inside is habitable, and that is where architecture's role comes in.With bylines in Arch Daily, Metropolis, and Domus, he also writes for Volume, PIN-UP, Monocle, Disegno, and Real Review, and is a regular voice on Monocle 24 radio.James is course coordinator for the European Cultural Academy in Venice and has been a visiting critic or lecturer in architecture at the University of Cambridge, The Bartlett (UCL), the Architectural Association, the CASS, the Strelka Institute, TU Delft, the Berlage Institute, and MIT.This blog is for those undergraduate students who are working on their architectural design thesis for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture.I have tried to summarise and collect all the relevant information they need to develope their architectural design thesis projects.His projects include exhibitions, installations and public programmes developed in partnership with institutions such as the Mies van der Rohe Foundation, Barbican, Tate, Serpentine Galleries and the ICA.Over the last 10 years, he has widely contributed as a writer to some of the most renowned design and architecture magazines including Domus, Abitare, Neo2, A10, Arquine, Mark and Blueprint.cture at Università Iuav di Venezia (2008), in 2010 she received her masters degree in Sustainable Urban Design, and in 2013 she won the New Italian Blood Prize, which selects the top ten young Italian architects in the Landscape section.The project “Same Same but different” won the first prize.She has held lectures at various Universities and cultural events (Mextrópoli Festival de Arquitectura y Ciudad, Università Iuav di Venezia, University of Udine, Order of the Architects of Verona, Pecha Kucha Rome).He holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Illinois.Gonzalo Herrero Delicado is an architect and curator of contemporary architecture and design based in London.