Lisbon Architecture Triennial 2019 analyzes the rational imprint of architecture as a blurring boundaries with sustainable agriculture, philosophy and creative imagination.
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From Paris to Sicilian volcanos and Lisbon. International designer Emmanuel Babled tells to Archipanic how different cultures, craftsmanship and a human-driven approach shaped his designs… and led him to settle in the Portuguese capital.
MAAT Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology by Amanda Levete blends Lisbon waterfront with the city’s urban landscape and welcomes guests with a undulating arch made of custom-designed 3D glazed tiles.
A talk with Lisbon Architecture Triennale curator André Tavares on the post-crisis recovery and cultural optimism in the Portuguese capital.
With LABOR documentary Pete Collard, Tim Abrahams and Richard John Seymour interviewed Portuguese immigrants who work in London building industry about their relationship with their home-country and post Brexit UK.
Construction sites, labor conditions and the relationship between architects and other players in the building business but also social change and technology. With THE FORM OF FORM, Lisbon Triennale 2016 focuses on the architectural process and dynamics that shape cities.
Belem Lima intersected black-cladded volumes for Alves de Sousa winery to respect the unique landscape of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Portugal.
Portugal participation at Venice Architecture Biennale consists in Homeland – News from Nowhere, a publication that head-titles “How can we be post-modern without even being modern?”.
Is there a globalized architecture able to shape an uniformed style through out the planet? Some of the most impressive national pavilions at Venice Architecture Biennale challenged back the “Absorbing Modernitiy” provocation launched by curator Rem Koolhas.
Problem solving on a budget is already in action: check out the CRISIS BUSTER projects for civic-minded solutions at CLOSE, CLOSER, Lisbon Architecture Triennale!
Jimenez Lai, founder of Bureau Spectacular, was announced as the winner of the first Lisbon Triennale Millennium BCP Début Award for architects under 35.
CLOSE, CLOSER, the third Lisbon Architecture Triennale presents an international Début Award to a young architect or architecture practice with an average age under 35 to celebrate their achievements and to promote and support their career.