Session 1: Representation and Mediation

Richard Talbot, “Thinking, Imagining, Speculation and Building, In and Through, Drawing”

Luigi Cocchiarella, “Orthographic Anamnesis on Piero della Francesca’s Perspectival Treatise”

Giuseppe D’Acunto and Isabella Friso, “Piazza San Marco Which Is Not There: How it is, How it Was, and How It Should Have Been”

Marinella Arena, “The Domes of the Basilica of SS. Pietro and Paolo in Casalvecchio, Messina”

Session 2: Space, Perception, and Representation

Marco Hemmerling, “Anamorphic Spaces”

Javier Martín, and Daniel-Vicente Martín Fuentes, “Surface Ornamentation and Spatial Distortion”

Giorgio Buratti, Giampiero Mele, Michela Rossi, “Bramante’s Mirabile Artificio in Milan”

Tiziana Proietti, and Sergei Gepshtein, “Psychophysics of Architectural Proportion in Three Dimensions”

Session 3: Parametric Analysis and Designing

Roberta Spallone, and Michele Calvano, “Parametric Experiments on Palladio’s Villas”

Elisabetta Caterina Giovannini, “Making Palladio Digitally Explicit: Geometrical Parameters in the First Book of the Quattro libri dell’Architettura

Federico Andres Garrido, “Understanding 19th-Century Architecture through Parametric Design Strategies”

Niels-Christian Fritsche, “Modelling exceptions. Sense-free Transitions by Guerrilla Design: Cheat on Habits and Software”

Session 4: Mathematics of Natural Forms and Structures

Dmitri Kozlov, “Mathematics of Forms and Structures of Animate Nature in the Theory and Practice of Architectural Bionics”

Claudia Redenbach, “Random Tessellations - How to Build Random Cell Structures”

Sabine Brinitzer, “How Organic Architecture was Realized at the Beginning of the 20th Century”

Antonio Calandriello, Marco Fasolo, Valeria TALARICO, “The Geometric Language of the Brouillon Project: An Original Interpretative Proposal”

Session 5: Design Theory and Analysis

Athanassios Economou, “Durand Redrawn: A Formal Description of Durand’s "Précis of the Lectures on Architecture”

Ju Hyun Lee, Michael J. Ostwald, Michael J. Dawes, “Syntactical and Mathematical Measures of Visitor and Inhabitant Relations in Palladian Villas”

Niki Sidirourgou, Giorgos Kokkalis, Tatiana Zoumpoulaki, “Designing with Space Syntax: An Open-Frame Computational Methodology for Spatial Analysis and Design”

Cristina Càndito, and Alessandro Meloni, “Anne Tyng’s Unrealized Projects between Ideal Geometry and Real Architecture”

Session 6: Architectural Education

Ayçe Döşemeciler, and Andrée Sonad Karaveli Kartal, “Overview of Geometry of Design Course: Integration of Mathematics with Design in Architectural Education”

Karolina Ostrowska-Wawryniuk, Marcin Strzała, Jan Słyk, “Form Follows Parameter: Algorithmic Form-Finding Methods in Architectural Education”

Deena El Mahdy, “Making to Learn: A Pedagogical Teaching Model from Manual to Fabrication in Architectural Education Curriculum”

Session 7: Short Presentations and Exhibitions

Werner Bäumler, and Cornelie Leopold, “Stairs Like Walking on a Smooth Hill”

Pau Natividad-Vivó, “Relationship between Geometry and Stereotomy in Spanish Renaissance Ashlar Sail Vaults”

Federico Panarotto, “From Topology Optimization to BIM Model: An Interoperable Approach for Building Elements”

Kwachit Sheth, “Timbrel Vaulting Technique: Gauging Skill Acquisition of Unskilled Labourers”

Ursula Zich, Caterina Cumino, Martino Pavignano, “About Architectural Paper Models: Geometry as a Tool, from Design to Engineering”

Session 8: Design Methods

Paolo Borin, Andrea Giordano, Rachele A Bernardello, Carlo Zanchetta, Cristiano Guarneri, Cristina Cecchini, “Configuration vs. Structure: Form Follows Functions”

Daniel Lordick, Martin Eichenauer, “Line Geometry Applied to Form Finding”

Maria da Piedade Ferreira, “Embodied Emotions: A Methodology for Experiments in Corporeal Architecture”

Session 9: Design History

Izumi Kuroishi, “Madori and the Mathematics of Planning during Housing Modernization in Japan”

Nick Mols, “Numeric Intersections between Serlio’s and Palladio’s Room Ratios”

Teresa Belo Rodeia, and João Miguel Couto Duarte, “The Singular Application of the Modulor to the Oliveira do Hospital Pousada”

Peter Wilson, “Geometry and Astronomy in Vitruvius’s Fanum Basilica”

Session 10: Historical Design Analyses

Robert Bork, “Geometrical Analysis of Gothic Buildings: Changing Challenges and Opportunities”

Bruno Schindler, “Built Mathematical Complexity: The Towers of Laon”

Lucas Fabian Olivero, António Bandeira Araujo, Adriana Rossi, “Reconstruction of St. Michael’s Church, Hildesheim, in Cubical Perspective”

Laura Floriano, Mariangela Liuzzo, Giuseppe Margani, “Geometric Characterization of Late-Baroque Domes in Sicily”

Session 11: Design and Construction History

Ana Lopez-Mozo, Enrique Rabasa-Díaz, José Calvo-Lopez, Miguel Ángel Alonso-Rodriguez, Alberto Sanjurjo-Alvarez, “Geometry and Actual Construction in Brick Vaults by Slices: The case of Carranque in Spain”

Macarena Salcedo Galera, Ricardo Garcia Baño, “The Vault of the Bab El Nasr Gate: An Early Case of Groin Vault”

Gizem Efendioglu, “Muqarnas Construction Techniques with Geometrical Background”

Mara Capone, Emanuela Lanzara, “Search for Geometric Rules: Procedural Modelling for Distribution of Majolica Tiles on Domes”

Session 12: Short Presentations and Exhibitions

Filip Beran, and Matěj Ponka, “Descriptive Geometry Learnt through “Graduation Work”: A Secondary-School Case Study”

Vincenzo Cirillo, Pasquale Galdiero, Emanuela Lanzara, “Geometric Configurations: The Majolica Dome of the Church of Santa Maria della Sanità in Naples”

Antonia Redondo Buitrago, “The Octagonal Wooden Ceiling of Picasso’s Museum in Malaga and Some Derived Polyhedra and Honeycombs”

Vera Viana, “Towards a Systematic Approach of Topological Interlocked Assemblies of Polyhedra”

Eva Wohlleben, “The Regular Polygon Bundles of Carl Kemper”

Session 13: Urbanism

Rytė Žiūrienė, Franz Fischnaller,Žilvinas Lilas, “Virtual Vilnius as a Playground for Creativity and Learning”

Marcela Noronha, and Gabriela Celani, “A Computational Methodology to assess the Impact of Street Retrofitting Interventions on Pedestrian Level of Service”

Pinar Çalişir Adem, and Gülen Cagdas, “Cellular Automata for a Generative Model in Traditional Cities”