Standard fee: 200€
Early-bird fee: 150€
Post-graduate students: 150€

Registration fee includes:

  • Welcome pack
  • Publication of the full paper in the proceedings (if accepted in the peer-review process)
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Coffee breaks
  • Closing reception


Accepted papers will be included in the proceedings of the conference, a publication with ISBN that will be available online. Depending on the amount of works submitted, the Scientific Committee will carry out a selection of papers for its oral presentation during the conference.
It will be necessary to be registered for the full paper to be included in the proceedings and considered for oral presentation.

The deadline for early-bird registration is May 24th, 2023
The deadline for standard registration is September 3rd, 2023


To register for the critic|all conference, please visit and follow the instructions.

For any further questions related to the conference registration, please contact

For questions related to abstract submissions, please contact the Scientific Secretariat at

The Critic|all Conference is a place and an event. A place because it is an academic meeting point for researchers, teachers and architects interested in architectural culture and criticism, and an event because the forum that takes place during those days generates a fruitful knowledge, where the intellectual and scientific impulse is higher than the sum of the valuable individual contributions.


Our aim is to set a preliminary platform to launch an item, to call a theme, to forge some early reflections which allow the settling and binding of the topics that organize the sessions of each edition of the conference.

Although its environment is linked to the activities of the Architectural Design Department of Madrid School of Architecture ETSAM-UPM, it has a clear international vocation. Therefore, since 2020 we started a new phase in which each edition is organized in collaboration with a partner university. The fifth edition of the conference will be co-organized with the Department of Architecture of TU Delft.