Another Lisbon Story

Lisbon Architecture Triennale hosts the premiere of the documentary Another Lisbon Story.

Directed by Claudio Carbone, we invite you all to the documentary Another Lisbon Story preview followed by a talk on Friday 10 February 2017 at 7 pm (Free Admission).


Close to the Portela airport in Lisbon, the residents of a small neighbourhood are an active part of the decisions of the place where they live. Their homes reflect the absence of a housing policy in recent years, which forces them to find their own tools to solve the problem of the lack of a decent housing.
This film underlines the architect's current responsibilities in urban planning, deciphering and debating the different modes of action and innovation, facing the future urban challenges.


Organized by Plano Lisbon in partnership with Gestual and CIAUD, the screening and the talk are free admission. We invite you to also dine with us a delicious Cachupa as a Cape Verde typical recipe.

Dinner Booking here


The event is supported by Serra Henriques Foundation, also institutional partner of Lisbon Architecture Triennale.



7:00 pm: Antoher Lisbon Story (53 min., 2017) with an introduction by the Film Director


8:00 pm: Talk

Invited Guests: Tiago Mota Saraiva (Ateliermob), António Brito Guterres (DINAMIA’CET - ISCTE IUL), Isabel Raposo and Daniel Lobo (GESTUAL), Elio Trusiani (Universidade de Camerino) and HABITA.


9:00 pm: Cachupa  (€ 6,50/pax)


Sinel de Cordes Palace

Campo Santa Clara, 144, 1100-474 Lisbon


Biography of Claudio Carbone Potenza (IT), 1988

In 2007 he moved to Rome to study architecture, his current profession, focusing on the informal cities of Brazil, Rome and Lisbon and their inclusion processes. He currently lives in Costa Rica, where he works as a researcher at FLACSO (Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences), developing projects with the indigenous community in the south of the country.

Director and director of photography, is the author of the documentaries: "Cielito Rebelde" (2016) on the fighting movements in Mexico, "Rosso Vivo" (2017) about a community occupation in Rome and "Another Lisbon Story" (2017) about The process of including a favela in Lisbon society.