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Inner Space is part of an ongoing research project into the construction of the architectural imagination. It sets out to investigate the space between the inner and outer realities, a space that could be inhabited and explored in itself, looking for those moments in which the two realms interact most vividly. Besides, it also identifies […]
Economy of means suggests the challenge of using one mean for multiple ends, investigating what makes the category both a mark and a precondition of a rational architecture. It is a truth universally acknowledged that resources of all types, in all parts of the world, must be managed with greater consciousness and care as the […]
Natural Beauty explores how the rational nature of construction can embody a form of natural beauty, as an internal coherence of the architectural artefact. The exhibition explores an intelligible beauty where constructive rationality links each part to each other, as a system to create an organic architecture. This allows the subject to be understandable and […]
Taking stock of the severe environmental predicament that now faces our world, this exhibition intends to ignite a reflection (both retrospective and pro-spective) on the strong link between the twin disciplines of agriculture and architecture, and on their growing divorce since the industrial revolution. It aims to learn from agricultural scientists, activists and designers who […]
Lisbon’s history merges with that of the conquest of the ocean. In its architectural landmarks, the city evokes water and rationality as infrastructures of expansion, and manifests its role in the European colonial project. In this operatic performance, Lodovica Guarnieri proposes to re-enact the city’s built heritage as the material coalescence of a collective imaginary. […]
Rock-Cultural Heritage Leading Urban Futures, Young Bird Plan.
Abreu Advogados; Babel; Casa da Arquitectura; Fundação CCB; Fundação EDP; Fundação Millennium bcp; José Mateus, arquitecto; Ordem dos Arquitectos.
Acción Cultural Española; Master of Interior Architecture: Research + Design (MIARD), Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, Hogeshool Rotterdam