Garagem Sul | Architecture Exhibitions

Maria Giudici + Moisés Puente

Printed Architecture

CCB

© Puente editores

© Puente editores

Maria Giudici

The lecture programme of 2020 has changed due to the measures against the new Coronavirus - Covid 19. Soon, we will announce new dates.


Common Field
 is a lecture series co-produced by CCB/Garagem Sul and Lisbon Architecture Triennale

#4 PRINTED ARCHITECTURE
The year closes with a dialogue on critical thinking and editorial agendas, focused on printed publications: specialized magazines and books. Our guests include architect Maria Giudici, founder of the platform Black Square and current editor of AA Files, and Spanish architect, editor and curator Moisés Puente, editor of 2G and founder of Puente Editores. Together they introduce their paper architecture and reveal its critical position in the current state of publishing and architecture in Europe.

Maria Shéhérazade Giudici is a PhD architect from Delft University, founder of publishing and educational platform Black Square, and current editor of AA Files, the Architectural Association School of Architecture’s journal. Her publications include Rituals and Walls, co-edited with Pier Vittorio Aureli (2016), The Supreme Achievement, co-edited with Davide Sacconi (2016), and AA Files 76. Giudici heads the Architectural Association’s Diploma Unit 14 with Pier Vittorio Aureli and also the Architectural History and Theory course at the Royal College of Art.

Moisés Puente is an architect and curator. He also works as an editor at Gustavo Gili publishing house and as editor of 2G magazine by the German publisher Walther König. In 2016 he founded his own publishing house, Puente Editores, specialized in contemporary art and architecture essays. His publications include Mies van der Rohe (2006), Olafur Eliasson (2012), Philip Ursprung (2016), and Smiljan Radić (2017). Puente is co-author of the monograph Alejandro de la Sota, co-edited with Iñaki Ábalos and Josep Llinàs (2009), and the 2G edition on Mies van der Rohe’s houses, co-edited with Beatriz Colomina (2009). He has curated the exhibition “Miguel Fisac y Alejandro de la Sota” (Museo ICO, Madrid, 2013–2014) and the series of lectures “Europa Europa” (COAC, 2017).