6 de dezembro de 2012

Ambivalent Landscapes: Sorting out the present by designing the future

Public Spaces & Urban Cultures Conference

6th -7th December 2012

Portugal – Lisbon - Technical University of Lisbon, Faculty of Architecture

Ambivalence stands for the simultaneously contradictory and opposing perception of a given phenomenon, which despite disorienting in its manifestations, may be regarded as a condition from which to build renewed frameworks of analysis and critique. These are the landscapes of a changing urban Europe. No longer confined to the City but ever more dependent on stronger spaces of citizenship.

Scholars are invited to participate with original papers on a multiple disciplinary basis – urbanism and architecture, social sciences and landscape, design and technology. Three tracks were designed to bringing together different approaches into a shared topic: Empty Cities, Collective spaces, Living infrastructures.


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Sofia Morgado

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