HILDE HEYNEN is Full Professor of Architectural Theory at the department of Architecture at the University of Leuven. Her research focuses on issues of modernity, modernism and gender in architecture. She is the author of “Architecture and Modernity. A Critique” (MIT Press, 1999) and the co-editor of “Back from Utopia. The Challenge of the Modern Movement” (with Hubert-Jan Henket, 010, 2001), “Negotiating Domesticity. Spatial Productions of Gender in Modern Architecture” (with Gulsum Baydar, Routledge, 2005) and “The SAGE Handbook Architectural Theory” (with Greig Crysler and Stephen Cairns, Sage, 2012). She regularly publishes in journals such as “The Journal of Architecture” and “Home Cultures”.
- THE SHAPE OF THE CITY
- Ana TostõesHilde HeynenSarah WhitingTom AvermaeteVittorio Magnano LampugnaniZara Ferreira
- The Shape of the City presents updated essays on architecture and urbanity, deconstructing the common approach to the history of the city – mainly Eurocentric, American, male, divided between public and private initiatives – by offering new built narratives in which the main protagonists are not the usual suspects. Tom…