Side Event

LISBON WATERFRONT BUILDINGS AND PUBLIC SPACES

 Presented by final year students of the Integrated Architecture Master
 at Iscte – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

Coordination and supervision
Teresa Madeira da Silva, Caterina Di Giovanni, Pedro Marques Alves

 Wednesday, 17th February  |  11.15-12.45 (GMT) 

Being the presence of Tejo, a mark of Lisbon since its foundation, the relation between the river and the city provides a rich field of research in the areas of architecture and urbanism.  In the scope of the “Lisbon and the River Laboratory” of Architecture Final Project 2020/2021, we proposed to investigate examples of contemporary Portuguese architecture existing in the waterfront, whose particularity was to be transforming elements of the city of Lisbon.  
The realization of a Lisbon waterfront Atlas seemed to us a task that could open new perspectives and diverse readings of the city. It was our intention, from the beginning, to build a collective research work, through research and debate of ideas and carried out as a team between students and teachers. The final result would constitute a particular object about this area of the city, that would open an unlimited field of questions, approaches and themes. With the creation of an Atlas, we want to express the richness of the site in order to show, from different reconfigurations, the recent interventions in the riverside area and its relationship with the river and its past. When we started the work, we could not imagine what was ahead of us. As the work progresses, we realize that making an Atlas is like “carrying a world on ones’ back” (Didi-Huberman, G. 2010). 


What we present here is only the beginning...  

Lisbon waterfront projects - site plan

01. Lisbon waterfront projects - site plan -  West area

02. Lisbon waterfront projects - site plan - Central area

03. Lisbon waterfront projects - site plan - East area

1. Champalimaud Centre
Charles Correa Associates and João Nunes/PROAP

2. CCB. Belém Cultural Center
Vittorio Gregotti and Manuel Salgado/Risco S.A.

3. National Coach Museum
Paulo Mendes da Rocha+ Mmbb + Bak Gordon Arquitectos

4. MAAT. Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology
Amanda Levete

5. EDP Headquarters
Aires Mateus e Associados

6. Cais do Sodré Interface
Pedro Viana Botelho and Nuno Teotónio Pereira  

7. Ribeira das Naus
João Gomes da Silva/Global and João Nunes/PROAP

8. Campo das Cebolas
João Luís Carrilho da Graça

9. Doca da Marinha
João Luís Carrilho da Graça

10. Cruise Terminal
João Luís Carrilho da Graça and João Gomes da Silva/Global

11. Prata Riverside Village Renzo Piano Building Workshop

12. Oriente Riverfront Park
FC Landscape Architecture

13. Knowledge Pavilion
João Luís Carrilho da Graça

14. Portugal Pavilion
Álvaro Siza Vieira

15. Garcia da Orta Garden
João Gomes da Silva/Global

Lisbon and the river Lab.  | Team

Coordination: Teresa Madeira da Silva. Advisors: Teresa Madeira da Silva, Caterina Di Giovanni, Pedro Marques Alves.

Students: Bernardo Custódio, Carolina Alves da Silva, David Carvalho, Duarte Almeida, Francisco Quaresma, Joana Marques, Júlia Shtefura, Luís Filipe Ribeiro, Mariana Rosa, Milton Perry, Nuno Almeida, Nuno Bernardes, Rodrigo Oliveira, Vilma Nico Ferreira.

 
Integrated Architecture Master at Iscte – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa. Final Architecture Project 2020-2021.
Department of Architecture and Urbanism, CRIA-Iscte, DINAMIA’CET-Iscte. 

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Contacts

DINÂMIA'CET-Iscte

Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies

Avenida das Forças Armadas | Edifício ISCTE

Sala D316 1649-026 Lisbon

grandprojects.2021@gmail.com

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