Protagonists of modern architecture in Portugal

PROJECT TITLE Protagonists of modern architecture in Portugal

Theory, History and Heritage of architecture

Planning, Territory and Society

Instruments of Aid to Design and Construction

State of the Art and objectives By raising, mapping and communicating some of the protagonist works considered paradigmatic, through PhD thesis and research readings as for example about Group ODAM de Rosa from Edite (2006), Ruy Athoughia, from Correia, Graça(2006) ,Grupo Austral from Fuzs Gonçalo (2012) or lectures as Una cartografía razonada from Guirao, Cristina Gastón (2016),  among others . The objective is to research answers to the problematic of the modern Portuguese identity.
 Methodology Survey of paradigmatic cases, followed by research and communication activities such as conferences, exhibitions and publication.
Problematic and project development The development is supported on the enunciation of concepts, spaces, forms, materializations, methods and languages on the discourses of modern architecture in Portugal.  The Problematic stands on the determination of possible identification of a specific modern architectural culture in Portugal formed through a critical judgment relationship between the collective theory of modern Portuguese and the singular practices realized by paradigmatic protagonists.
Evaluation and diffusion data To research modern architecture in Portugal. The activities also pretend to assist researchers studies, PhD Students, and public in general on modern architecture in Portugal. Also to diffuse Portuguese modern architecture abroad.
TEAM (at LEAU) Graça Correia ULP, Lígia Nunes, ULP
TEAM (external to LEAU)

Cristina Gastón ETSAB-UPC, Barcelona

Oscar Fuertes Dopico ETSAC-UC Corunha, Galiza

Gonzalo Fuzs ETSAB-UPC Córdoba, Argentina

Joaquim Almeida Darq-FCTUC

Alex Dill KIT-Karlsruhe Alemanha

Pablo Gallego Picard ETSAM-UPM

Gonzalo Benavides, Peru

FUNDING (entities)
RESULTS (achieved or expected)
PROJECT BEGINNING (expected date) 2018
PROJECT CONCLUSION (expected date) 2020