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Lisbon Architecture Triennale
12 Sep – 15 Dec 2013

Close, Closer is a series of exhibitions and public programmes which aims to challenge and question the role of the architect in contemporary society. We are initiating a discussion around this fast-changing landscape and your input is critical. How can we get closer? It's over to you!


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SUBMIT

Urban Super Monuments

Workshop
University Students, Specialized Audience
Dates: Fri, Sat and Sun, 6, 7 and 8 Dez
Time: 6 Dez 6pm - 8pm, 7 and 8 Dez 10am to 8pm
Program: Sinel de Cordes Palace
Where: Headquarters Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Campo St. Clara, 144
Duration: 22:00
Free, max.20
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Dates: Fri, Sat and Sun, 6, 7 and 8 Dez
Time: 6 Dez 6pm - 8pm, 7 and 8 Dez 10am to 8pm
Program: Sinel de Cordes Palace
Where: Headquarters Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Campo St. Clara, 144
Duration: 22:00
Free, max.20


> Make your reservation here!
 
Concept + Coord.: fala atelier (www.falaatelier.com)
Filipe Magalhães, Ana Luisa Soares, Ana Lima


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The Institute for Radical Spatial Pedagogy

Workshop
General audience
The aim of The Institute of Radical Spatial Education is to re-­think
professional and pedagogical agendas through a series of "actions" that will alter the space within the gallery and beyond.
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The aim of The Institute of Radical Spatial Education is to re-­think
professional and pedagogical agendas through a series of "actions" that will alter the space within the gallery and beyond. Over two days they will work with up to 40 participants from a range of backgrounds and age ranges, to produce a manifesto
on radical pedagogy. They will explore, discuss and visualise spatial education that leads towards radical social change. Work with them to transform education through spatial actions!
 
Dates: Thursday, Friday 17 Oct and 18 Oct
Time: 10:00 to 6:00
Program: Institute Effect
Where: MUDE, Museu do Design e da Moda
Duration: 8 hours
Free, max.40

 

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Concept + Coord.: Spatial Agency—Nishat Awan (The University of Sheffield), Tatjana Schneider (The University of Sheffield), Jeremy Till (Central Saint Martins/ University of the Arts London).


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Sound mobility in the city

Workshop
General audience / Families
Someone leaves home, in their car and immediately turns on the radio. The same individual enters their job and listens to music with their headphones. And if you decide to walk around town, don't forget to plug them in!
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Someone leaves home, in their car and immediately turns on the radio. The same individual enters their job and listens to music with their headphones. And if you decide to walk around town, don't forget to plug them in!
This urban behavior of the contemporary man constitutes a cut with the crossing of space that characterizes the city; a cut with the real made from the vision and recognition of others; and a substantial change in the perception of the subject on the urban landscape, the physical, architectural thread which always composed the town. The urban man of Aristotle, a living being (zoon) born for city life (bios politikós) are in change because of the mobile devices of sound reproduction. And this influence affects the substance of the city, its urbanism and architecture, that is, its materiality.


Date: Sat 19 Oct
Time: 3:00 (conference) / 4:00 (workshop)
Program: Future Perfect
Where: Museu da Electricidade
Duration: 2:00
Free, max.25

 

> No Pre-booking needed,
please arrive 10m prior to time.
 
Concept + Coord.: Luís Cláudio Ribeiro


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New Maps

Workshop
Families / General audience
We Invite all amateur cartographers to invent new maps — macro and micro visions, unusual stories and other names for the city in which we inhabit. This is a workshop to reflect on cartography trough the production of images... [read more]

We Invite all amateur cartographers to invent new maps — macro and micro visions, unusual stories and other names for the city in which we inhabit. This is a workshop to reflect on cartography trough the production of images, murals or publications, with the collaboration of the collective Friendly Fire and the specialist Ana Homem de Melo form Olisipo's Studies Department of Lisbon City Hall.
 
Dates Sat, 28 Sep, 26 Oct, 23 Nov, Wed 4 Dec
Time: Sat at 10:30, Wed at 6:00
Program: The Real and Other Fictions
Where: Carpe Diem Arte e Pesquisa
Duration: 3:00
Price: 3,5€ per participant, min.10 / max.20

 


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Concept + Coord.: Inês Castaño e Luísa Metello Seixas


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Spaces of Intimacy

Workshop
Specialized audience
For this workshop, the Institut für Raumexperimente will coordenate a publishing experiment as part of the Institute Effect, to address and generate times and spaces of intimacy in the city.
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For this workshop, the Institut für Raumexperimente will coordenate a publishing experiment as part of the Institute Effect, to address and generate times and spaces of intimacy in the city. Urban space and publishing have been intimately linked throughout history. Publishing being part of the institute’s research and production tools, visitors are invited to engage, bringing in their own experience of intimacy, of shared public spheres, of making things public. Through a series of urban experiments, editorial meeting, reading group, warm-­up walk, and publication release party, we’ll discover together where the city leads us.
 
Dates: Sat and Sun, 28 and 29 Sep
Time: 10:00 to 6:00
Program: Institute Effect
Where: MUDE, Museu do Design e da Moda
Duration: 8:00
Free, max.20


> Make your reservation here!
 
Concept + Coord.: Institut für Raumexperimente—Rune Bose, Tomas Espinosa, Jeremias Holliger, Norgard Kröger, Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga, Yves Mettler, Jonas Wendelin, Christina Werner


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Predicting the future: an experimental workshop of design and digital-media using Remote Viewing.

Workshop
Specialized audience
Remote viewing is a powerful mental ability method to perceive and describe places, persons, or events at distant locations in the past, present, and future. In this workshop you will learn techniques to develop your sensory receptors, track... [read more]

Remote viewing is a powerful mental ability method to perceive and describe places, persons, or events at distant locations in the past, present, and future. In this workshop you will learn techniques to develop your sensory receptors, track, draw-decode a viewing site, how to remote view the past, present, and future. All the visions will be translated into sound-video-design installation, part of the Instructions Manual for the 5th Empire exhibition.

 

Dates: Sun,10 Nov
Time: from 3pm to 6pm
Program: Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Where: Lisbon Architecture Triennale headquarter
Duration: 3h
Price: 20€ per participant, min.8 / max.15

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Concept + Coord.: Andrew Friend & Claudia Palma Romão (Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, Londres)
 


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WORKSHOP LIGA 12: MMX

Workshop
WORKSHOP LIGA 12: MMX (MEX).
11, 12 & 16, 17 November 2013
The Institute Effect, Lisbon Architecture Triennale
MUDE – Museu do Design e da Moda

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WORKSHOP LIGA 12: MMX (MEX).
11, 12 & 16, 17 November 2013
The Institute Effect, Lisbon Architecture Triennale
MUDE – Museu do Design e da Moda


LIGA & MMX invite you to be part of the project: LIGA 12, COEXISTENCES. A LIGA installation, design by the Mexican architecture firm: MMX for the Third Edition of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale.


LIGA | SPACE FOR ARCHITECTURE | MEXICO CITY
LIGA, space for architecture, is an exhibition platform in Mexico City established to promote the exchange of ideas and investigation on contemporary architectural practice in Latin America. It is a space of encounter to enhance the dialogu amongst professionals and those interested. We focus mainly on Latin America, but the space is open to other international proposals to expand contexts and open the debate.

LIGA 12: MMX (MEX)
As part of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, LIGA presents a double exhibition, simultaneously showcasing Portuguese studio RCJV in Mexico City and Mexican architectural firm MMX in Lisbon, Portugal. MMX generates an insight on scale, content and frequency by multiplying the space of LIGA in the large second floor gallery of MUDE (Museum of Design and Fashion of Lisbon). LIGA could fit as many as thirty times within the 561 m2 of MUDE, which means that, taking size as the main reference, MUDE could feature the work of up to thirty architectural firms: the same physical volume that would be achieved after eight years of exhibitions. MMX will install a repetition of LIGA’s perimeter through vermillion fabrics tightly bound around metallic columns that created a diagonal field that saturated MUDE’s space. The geometrical and spatial attributes of each space create a dialogue with each other in order to explore the possibilities of content, establishing a new relational organization.

MMX
Established in 2009 MMX Studio emerges as a collaborative team based in Mexico City focused on the design process at the various scales of the territory. Founded by Jorge Arvizu, Ignacio del Rio, Emmanuel Ramirez and Diego Ricalde, the studio nourishes from the solid trajectory of its members backed up by the experienced acquired in both national and international renowned architectural studios. Their design, synthesis of their collaborative approach, promotes a collective participative environment that directly informs their work. Open to any scale of intervention, the office develops ideas that range from design and installations, to architecture and urbanism. Due to its physical, economic and social context, the team acknowledges each individual project as a unique challenge that requires a precise and customized design process for their successful conceptualization and maturity.


PROGRAMME:

MONDAY 11:
10:00 am to 6:00 pm: Scaffolding assembly

TUESDAY 12:
10:00 am to 6:00pm: Fabric assembly and opening.

SATURDAY 16:
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm: Documentation and lecture.

SUNDAY 17:
10:00 am to 6:00: Disassembly


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Inhabiting. The future city

Workshop
Specialized audience
First we VIEW the exhibition space and register the unknown, aftewords we HANDLE new concepts inherent to this new urban habitat, in the end we will TRANSFORM while inhabitants of this future, the everyday life of today, as tomorrow.
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First we VIEW the exhibition space and register the unknown, aftewords we HANDLE new concepts inherent to this new urban habitat, in the end we will TRANSFORM while inhabitants of this future, the everyday life of today, as tomorrow. In a world designed in the light of new scientific findings, we easily may inhabit unknown environments. In this workshop we meet as builders of the Future Perfect.
 
Dates: days 13, 14 and 15 Nov.
Time: 13 Nov 5:00 / 14 and 15 Nov 6:30
Program: Future Perfect
Where: 13 Nov at Museu da Electricidade (Future Perfect) / 14 and 15 Nov at Palácio Sinel de Cordes (Lisbon Architecture Triennale headquarters)
Duration: 3:00
Price: 35€ per participant, min.8 / max.15

 

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Concept + Coord.: Joana Fonseca e Afonso Gil. Lisbon Architecture Triennale in collaboration with Beeverycreative.


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From the yarn to the object

Workshop
Senior audience
In close, closer, architecture is depicted as a living, social and artistic strength. This workshop intends to involve seniors over 60 in its platform, which usually are not called to discuss about these topics.
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In close, closer, architecture is depicted as a living, social and artistic strength. This workshop intends to involve seniors over 60 in its platform, which usually are not called to discuss about these topics. "From the yearn to the object" aims to explore the personal crafts through the co-creation of models and prototypes that map the emotional and relational territory of these seniors. Design takes the role of a catalyst of creative empowerment, for a week long.
 
Dates: Mon to Fri, 23 Set to 27 Sep
Time: 2:00 to 6:00
Program: Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Where: Lisbon Architecture Triennale headquarter
Duration: 4:00
Price: Free, max. 15


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Concept + Coord.: Susana António, a project "A Avó Veio Trabalhar" powerd by Fermenta


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