The final programme for Other Lisbon is an opportunity to discuss the construction of metropolitan Lisbon, possible paths for investigating it and the various facets of the architecture in this process.
The Other Lisbon project takes as its object the metropolitan complexity of Lisbon, exploring urban spaces significant in the construction of that complexity through guided tours. It is a project that questions the positioning, knowledge and disciplinary ambitions of architecture in relation to the extensive territorial growth of the urban space and the morphological and typological transformation of the contemporary urban condition.
The Lisbon Triennale programming provides insight into the Other Lisbon along routes designed by researchers with an established body of work on the respective places or topics. The aim is to identify, record and debate the connections between the research work (academic/project/political), specific urban spaces and the resulting changes in disciplinary approaches. Guests will be free to ask questions on the routes established, with information on them being published in advance in the form of an interview on our website.
The visits are free and start at 10.30am
Booking is necessary; to book, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or +351 92 713 62 91