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Dr. Eva Eylers (Dipl.-Ing., M.A., Ph.D.) hat nach dem Diplomstudium von Architektur und Städtebau (Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Hamburg, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Stockholm) in Architekturbüros in Italien und in der Schweiz sowie als Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der HTWG Trier gearbeitet.

Dem M.A. in Histories and Theories of Architecture folgt 2011 die Promotion an der Architectural Association School of Architecture in London zum Thema Health and Hygiene in modern urban planning – the Sanatorium and its role for the Modernist Movement, was den heutigen Lehr- und Forschungsschwerpunkt an der Schnittstelle zwischen Architektur und Medizin begründet. 

2010/11 Vertretungsprofessur für Entwerfen, Raumbildung und Darstellung and der HTWG Trier

2010-16 Lehrauftrag im Fach Geschichte & Theorie an der Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London

2011-2013 Lecturer (History of Architecture), School of Art and Design History, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, Kingston University London

2013/2014 Diploma Course Tutor (History and Theory Studies), Architectural Association, London

 

Publikationen

Eylers, E. (2016). Landscapes and Sanatorium: The changing Role of the natural Site in the Cure for Tuberculosis. In Ana Tostões and Zara Ferreira, (Hgg.), Adaptive Reuse. The Modern Movement towards the Future Proceedings (pp. 68-74). Lisbon: docomomo International.

Eylers, E., Malmberg, J., & Sainio, J. (2016). Paimio Sanatorium History / The Paimio Project. In N. Heikkonen (Hg.), Paimio Sanatorium Conservation Management Plan 2016 (pp. 20-149). Helsinki: Alvar Aalto Foundation.

Eylers, E. (2015). Showcasing Paimio Sanatorium: Varsinais-Suomen Tuberkuloosiparantola and its strategic role for Alvar Aalto’s international career. In S. Micheli, E. Laaksonen (Hgg.), Aalto Beyond Finland Architecture and Design (pp. 72-80). Helsinki: Alvar Aalto Foundation.

Eylers, E. (2014). Planning the Nation: the sanatorium movement in Germany. The Journal of Architecture, 19 (5), 667-692. doi:10.1080/13602365.2014.966587
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13602365.2014.966587# 

Eylers, E. C. (2012). National Identity through the International Style: Alvar Aalto’s Paimio Sanatorium and its role for Finland. In R. Quek, D. Deane, S. Butler (Hgg.), Nationalism and Architecture (pp. 199-211). UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

Eylers, E. C. (2011). Hygiene and health in modern urban planning – The Sanatorium and its role within the Modernist Movement (Doctoral dissertation). Architectural Association / Open University.

Eylers, E. C. (2011). Ideology through Symmetry: The Dispensario Antitubercolare, Alessandria, Italy. In E. Sousa, K. Wooller (Hgg.), AA PhD Dialogues (pp. 82-91). London: The Architectural Association PhD Programme Publications.

Eylers, E. C. (2010). On the tuberculosis sanatorium of Paimio. In CCA’s Scholar’s Choice, Montreal: CCA.

Eylers, E. (2010). The Creation of a national Identity through the international Style: Alvar Aalto’s Paimio Sanatorium and its role for Finland. In R. Quek (Hg.), Theoretical Currents: Architecture, Design and the Nation Proceedings, Nottingham: East Midlands History and Philosophy of Architecture Research Network.

Eylers, E., de Sousa E., Wooller K. (2009). Ideology in Transparency AA PhD Dialogues. ARCH+ (195), 22. http://www.archplus.net/home/archiv/artikel/46,3130,1,0.html 

 

Konferenzbeiträge

Eylers, E.C. (2016). Landscapes and Sanatorium: The Changing Role of the Natural Site in the Cure for Tuberculosis. Adaptive Reuse. The Modern Movement towards the Future, docomomo 14th International Conference, Lissabon.

Eylers, E. C. (2015). Thomas More’s Utopia: Amaurotum and the vision of a public life. RC21 The Ideal City: between myth and reality. Representations, policies, contradictions and challenges for tomorrow's urban life, Urbino.

Eylers, E. C. (2015). Showcasing Paimio Sanatorium: “Varsinais-Suomen Tuberkuloosiparantola” and its strategic role for Alvar Aalto’s international career. Aalto beyond Finland Architecture and Design, Rovaniemi.

Eylers, E. C. (2012). Towards an independence of place: mapping the German Heilstätten-movement. Theoretical Currents II: Architecture and its Geographical Horizons, Lincoln.

Eylers, E. C. (2011). The modern medical institution and its role within the city. AHRA: The City: Language, Planning and Politics, London.

Eylers, E. C. (2010). The creation of a national identity through the “International Style” – Alvar Aalto’s “Paimio Sanatorium” and its role for Finland. Theoretical Currents: Architecture, Design and the Nation, Nottingham.

Eylers, E. C. (2009). Ideology through Symmetry – The Dispensario Antitubercolare, Alessandria, Italy 1934 – 38. AA PhD Dialogues: Ideology in Transparency, London.

Eylers, E. C. (2008). Thomas More’s Utopia: an Interpretation. UN-BUILT 2008, International Architecture Research Events, Athen.

Eylers, E. C. (2008). What was new about the hygienic style? The critique of the New, London.

 

Ausstellungen

Eylers, E. Thomas More’s Utopia. UN-BUILT 2008 (4.12.08 – 30.12.08), Byzantinisches Museum, Athen.

Eylers, E. C. Thomas Morus Utopia. Stadt-Haus-Wohnung (1.7.06 – 1.8.06), Galerie Renate Kammer, Hamburg.

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Dr. Eva Eylers (Dipl.-Ing., M.A., Ph.D.) 

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