Become a partner of the largest architecture event in the Iberian Peninsula

The generosity and commitment of the partner network of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale are crucial to the attainment of its goals, held to the highest standards, as well as to the success of its activity.

An open platform for debate, research and the promotion of contemporary architecture and its Portuguese authors, the Lisbon Triennale’s regular programme of activities serves to strengthen its international positioning through its foremost event (Lisbon Triennale, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016). A non-profit organization, the Triennale curates and produces exhibitions, debates, grants, competitions, publications and educational activities, attracting a large audience, from Portugal as well as abroad. The Lisbon Triennale is a privileged, high visibility partner for any brand or agent looking to strengthen their positioning through a meaningful association with the realms of architecture, art and education.

With a personalized approach to the forging of partnerships, the Triennale devises original formats of activation and sponsorship with different levels of investment. The goal is to ensure an effective return on investment that meets the strategic demands and growth potential of the economic agents.


For more information, please contact:
 
Joana Salvado // Phone: +351 213 467 378



WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US
 
- A fascinating Building Site exhibition at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon is the main part of this year’s Lisbon Triennale, which puts the process of making buildings in the spotlight, placing the seldom-explored politics of cranes, scaffolding and cement mixers centre stage. The result is a refreshing tonic at a time when so much architecture and design curation is intent on drifting off into critical theory and conceptual art, seemingly afraid of tackling any discussion of bricks and mortar or the underlying economy of construction head on.
Oliver Wainwright, in The Guardian, October 2016

- Lisbon Triennale has a beautiful reputation. Mark Wigley, Curator of Istanbul Biennale

- The Lisbon Triennale looks into architecture’s soul, and however fast the world changes around it, finds universal concepts and values. By understanding the past, we are equipped to build the future… with architecture. Herbert Wright, in Blue Print, December 2016

- Loin d’être formaliste, la Triennale de Lisbonne s’attache à la forme pour recentrer les débats autour de la discipline architecturale.

Quand Venise propose des réponses et des recettes tous azimuts, Lisbonne ne soulève que des questions et des remises en causes, qui font tout l’intérêt de cette visite au bord du Tage. Olivier Namias, In Crée, Dec-Jan 2017

- The Venice biennale may be the most visible and glamorous architecture exhibition in the world, but it is not the only one on the design calendar [...]. One of the best of the newer architecture exhibits is the Lisbon Triennale, which is about to host its third exhibition opening September 12, 2013. The Lisbon event, like any new kid on the block, is more youthful and full of new ideas and features many architects who are appearing on the international stage for the first time.
Aaron Seward, The Architects Newspaper
 
- The Lisbon Architecture Triennale is the most eagerly anticipated event on the architecture world's 2013 calendar. It is a crucial laboratory the production of critical cross-disciplinary ideas - one of the things Europe most urgently needs in this moment. Portugal has been at the forefront of architectural thinking and production in Europe over the last decade and is set to begin a new era of this leadership with the next edition of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale.
Joseph Grima

- Every generation needs to be challenged, stimulated, interrogated and inspired by fresh curatorial voices. Beatrice Galilee has show she is fearless in questioning the status quo. I know from personal experience that she takes no prisoners in her approach. She demands to be listened to. Her work in Lisbon in 2013 promises to be essential viewing.
Deyan Sudjic

- Lisbon Architecture Triennale was chosen as one of the best arts events of 2013 by english newspaper The Guardian:  http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2013/feb/01/guide-europes-best-arts-events-2013

 

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  • Lisbon Triennale Millennium bcp Awards

    http://ind.millenniumbcp.pt/en/Institucional/fundacao/Pages/fundacao.aspx
  • Triennale's HQ – Gold Patronage

    http://www.sanitana.com/pt/
  • Triennale's HQ – Gold Patronage

    Triennale's HQ – Gold Patronage

    Triennale's HQ – Gold Patronage

    Triennale's HQ – Gold Patronage

    Triennale's HQ – Gold Patronage

    Triennale's HQ – Gold Patronage