Dates / Schedules
22 March to 20 July 2014 Opening 21 March, at 7pm
Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 6pm
The role of architecture in the world is a recurrent theme in the discussions taking place in this field. Essentially, opinions are divided into three main groups: those who consider that the architect’s social role is inherent in the profession itself – since they believe that the idea of social architecture is redundant; those who believe that it should be seen as a specialisation; and those who are able to identify, in the social nature of the intervention, a dynamic that is exterior to the discipline itself (based on the simple creation of space) or that restricts artistic freedom, placing many of these interventions outside the spectrum of architecture.
Thirty-three projects are presented at this exhibition, grouped into five themes that characterise the context of intervention: Emergency, Scarcity, Urban, Informal and Formal.
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Prices and Discounts
50% Portuguese Architects’ Association
50% over 65 years old
Cartão Amigo CCB
Under 18 years old