But not only. The programme of this Open Day was enriched with the participation of cultural agents and other groups - who since 2012 have visited the Palace - through workshops, radio conversations and a book market dedicated to art and architecture books. To reinforce the connection between architecture and the different sectors of society through multidisciplinarity, the main objective of Lisbon Triennale comprises the activation of this new cluster resulting from an investment in this building by the Lisbon Council (CML) and private patrons. This official opening was attended by Dr. Graça Fonseca, Councilor for Economy, Innovation and Education at C. M. de Lisboa.
The Palace's rehabilitation, conservation and restoration project was designed by the Atelier FSSMGN, with Sanitana, Conservation squared, CIN, Tarkett, Mitera, Polyrey, LaserBuild, Coriadesign, Gyptec, Hager and Knauf Insulation as patrons.