A book on the curatorial project of Andreia Garcia for the Architecture program at Maia Biennial of Contemporary Art ’17.
Architecture studio founded by Filipe Pina and based in Guarda, Portugal.
The catalogue of Maia Biennial of Contemporary Art '19 gathered all the artistic projects and parallel events, as well as curatorial texts.
The 8th edition of Maia Biennial of Contemporary Art, under the theme ‘Import/Export’, took place from May to July 2019.
The second edition of Maia Architecture Month (MAM'19) – Fast Forward – proposed a preview of the territory for the coming 100 years.
A system comprehending various documents for the daily practice of the architecture studio fala.
A naïve architecture practice based in Porto.
The first edition of Maia Architecture Month (MAM) intended to expose and (re)visit the architecture of Maia’s city by exhibiting the work of the portuguese architect João Álvaro Rocha.
2018/19 exhibition series at the Gallery of Architecture
Print and digital portefolio of a portuguese architect based in Oslo.
A studio working the discipline of Architecture in three dimensions – design, curatorship and edition.
A book on the 20th celebration of Porto as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
A series of booklets on the architectural works of Belém Lima.
2016/17 exhibition series at the Gallery of Architecture
An exhibition of Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Joaquim Sapinho at the Boiler Hall of the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, in Lisbon.
An architecture studio working on the frontiers of art and architecture.
A space for exhibitions, thinking and debate, focused on the clash of ideas of Art, Architecture, City and Territory.
Online platform for art residency spaces and projects based in Porto.
Installation for EXD’15 exploring the theme ‘As far as the mind can see’.
The first retrospective of Manoel de Oliveira's complete body of work.
Series of classical music recitals organised by CMSM music school.
Fifth edition of Habitar Portugal – a selection of 80 built works designed between 2012 and 2014 by architects working in Portugal.
Poster series for the independent art space Nartece.
Group exhibition of portuguese artists and designers of the last generation of the 20th century – millennials.
An exhibition by Sara Graça and Pedro Huet.
A risograph calendar for wall and desk .
A temporary exhibition in a empty traditional family house in Porto.
An installation that explores the possibilities that arise during the drawing process, when confronted with physical, visual and material constraints.
A visual identity system to promote training courses for architects.
A conference and debate with young portuguese and spanish architects.
Second edition of the conference “(In)appropriate Acts – Creative opportunities in Architecture”.
A conference under the theme "The recovered city: to rehabilitate the city (re)drawing it".
First edition of the conference “(In)appropriate Acts – Creative opportunities in Architecture”.
Carte blanche at the International Poster and Graphic Design Festival of Chaumont