5 Oct – 12 Dec 2016
Lisbon Architecture Triennale / 5 Oct – 11 Dec 2016
5.10 – 11.12 2016

The 12 publications that have generated debate


Along with our publications this edition’s programme has included 12 book launch debates in its programme. As Sidekick and Associated Project, these moments have highlighted authors and publishers at a national and international level.

These book launches were concentrate in the 3 main moments of The Form of Form: Opening Week, Talks and Closing Week. The Associated Project Cartha also had 3 publications releases, in several cities, such as Venice and Milan.

Over the ten weeks the Form of Form two pop up bookstores displayed a special selection of books related to The Form of Form topics: The A+A bookstore at the Triennale HQ and Lars Müller Publisher at the Nord Store. Recognizing in the publishing area, a legacy of greatest relevance for the knowledge and diffusion of the discipline’s culture. All these debates took place in different spaces, all books being on sale in the A+A bookstore.

Opening Week Launch’s

Cartha – On Relations in Architecture, by Elena Chiavi, Matilde Girão, Pablo Garrido I Arnaiz, Francisco Moura Veiga, Francisco Ramos Ordóñez and Rubén Valdez. (Park Books)

Asymmetric Labors: The Economy of Architecture in Theory and Practice, by Aaron Cayer, Peggy Deamer, Sben Korsh, Eric Peterson, and Manuel Shvartzberg (The Architecture Lobby)

Flat Out, 2016, by Penelope Dean. (Flat Out)

Talk, Talk, Talk Launch’s

Archifutures Vol. 1: The Museum, by &beyon. (dpr-barcelona)

Atlas of Another America: An Architectural Fiction, by Keith Krumwiede. (Park Books)

Melancolia & Arquitectura, by Diogo Seixas Lopes. (Orfeu Negro)

Closing Week Launch’s

Architectonica Percepta. Texts and Images 1989 – 2015, by Paulo Providência. (Park Books)

Exhibiting the Postmodern – the 1980 Venice Architecture Biennale, by Léa-Catherine Szacka. (Marsilio)

The Building, by José Aragüez. (Lars Müller Publisher)

The Power of Experiment, by Atelier Artéria.

Cartha – How to Learn Better, by Bureau A.

Cartha – Architecture of the City. A Palimpsest, by Victoria Easton, Matilde Cassani and Noura Al Sayeh.

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