Neb Goes South

NEBgS Toulouse - Geo-Bio-sourced Materials

GMT+1

January 28th

14:00

Welcome Notes

Foreword

University of Porto, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture

ENSA Toulouse, Director of the School of Architecture

ENSA Toulouse, Director of the Architecture Research Laboratory

14:20

Session 1

The wood sector in Midi-Pyrénées

Intervention and moderation

ENSA Toulouse, Professor at School of Architecture

15:20

Virtual Coffee Break

15:30

Session 2

The soil sector in Midi-Pyrénées

Intervention and moderation

ENSA Toulouse, Professor at School of Architecture

Intervention

ENSA Toulouse, Professor at School of Architecture

16:30

Virtual Coffee Break

16:40

Session 3

The stone sector in Midi-Pyrénées

Intervention and moderation

ENSA Toulouse, Professor at School of Architecture

Intervention

ENSA Toulouse, Professor at School of Architecture

17:40

Virtual Coffee Break

18:00

Closing speeches

ENSA Toulouse, Director of the Architecture Research Laboratory

18:15

University of Porto, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture

18:30

Closing

Rémi Papillault is an architect from Paris School of Architecture with specialization on heritage building, PhD on urbanism from Paris Institute of Urbanism, PhD in theories of town planning from EHESS Paris.
As a town planner, he has done projects on heritage site like the Plan of preservation of various historical cities in France like Toulouse, Mirepoix, Lavelanet, Castres, Pierrefonds, and on the historical Toulouse le Mirail from Candilis, Josic, Woods.
As an architect, he has built a Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Toulouse, and designed many public spaces in various heritage cities.
As a full professor Phd at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture of Toulouse, he teaches in master project and directs the Master Seminar “History and theories of the project.” As a researcher, he has published research and articles mainly on the heritage between city and architecture in the twentieth century, around the project of Léon Jaussely for Barcelona, of Candilis, Josic and Woods for Toulouse Mirail and Le Corbusier for Chandigarh, Índia.
He is the director of the collection « architectures » at the University Press of Midi, France.

João Pedro Xavier is an architect and full professor at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Porto (FAUP), where he received his degree in 1985, and his Ph.D. in Architecture in 2005. He worked in Álvaro Siza’s office from 1986 to 1999. At the same time, he established his own practice as an architect. Xavier is a member of CEAU’s research teams – Architecture: Theory, Project, History (ATPH) – and – Digital Fabrication Laboratory (DFL). The relationship between architecture and mathematics, especially perspective, is his main research interest. He is the author of the books Perspectiva, perspectiva acelerada econtraperspectiva (Perspective, accelerated perspective and retarded perspective) and Sobre as origens da perspectiva em Portugal (About the origins of perspective in Portugal). He is correspondent editor of the “Nexus Network Journal”, and member of the “European Association for Architectural Education” (EAAE) Council.