Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa

New Temporality European cooperation programme approved

The New Cross National Temporality project, a joint programme with cultural and academic institutions from seven European countries, has been selected for a Creative Europe funding until 2025. Aiming to strengthen the cultural sector across the continent, this international network will document, research, and highlight common temporary spaces, including micro-institutions and grassroots organisations. By questioning the notions of permanence and stability associated with the spatial dimension of architecture, the focus is directed towards the everyday and ephemeral temporalities of its processes. 

The New Cross National Temporality promotes the access and interaction of new audiences by co-creating, mediating and disseminating architectural culture. The Triennale’s participation follows an annual calendar, with each year dedicated to different formats: debate, seminar, urban residency and a book launch, with the first event taking place on July 1, 2022, at the Floating University in Berlin. To anticipate Terra, the next edition of the Triennale, and the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial titled What’s Next?, the two festivals come together for a conversation about the convergences of their themes and a common reflection on the role of these events in the broader European context.

The Tbilisi Architecture Biennial is the main partner responsible for the coordination and all the cultural activities in Georgia.

Lisbon Architecture Triennale (Portugal)
Tbilisi Architecture Biennial (Georgia)
Barleti University (Tirana, Albania)
Dekabristen e.V. (Berlin, Germany) 
Mies van der Rohe Foundation (Barcelona, Spain)
APSS Institute (Podgorica, Montenegro)
Pavilion Kultury Kyiv (Kiev, Ukraine)
Trans-Media-Akademie Hellerau e.V. (Dresden, Germany)