Thinking Sound and Space­ | A conference on Architecture, Art and Sound in collaboration with Meyer Sound | Powered by MAAT and reSITE

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A one-day conference organized by MAAT and reSITE aimed at an exclusive architecture, tech and art audience, focusing on architectural soundscapes, the technological innovation of sound environments, and the creation of ground-breaking acoustic experiences.

“reSITE events are always creative and upgrading me to another level.”
Berrin Chatzi Chousein, World Architecture Community









Resonate with today's most inspiring minds in architecture and creators of ground-breaking acoustic experiences. Join an exclusive event in a fascinating venue: MAAT Museum

Event Program

9:00 Welcome Breakfast: Martin Barry (reSITE, US)
9:30 Artist-led Tour Bill Fontana (Sound Artist, US)
Shadow Soundings, finissage of sound and art installation in The Oval Commission, MAAT
10:00 Keynote: Dear Architects: Sound Matters Michael Kimmelman (The New York Times, US)
in discussion with: Martin Barry (reSITE, US)
11:00 Presentations: Acoustics & Architecture: Past, Present & Future Raj Patel (Arup, US)
In discussion with: John Pellowe (Meyer Sound, UK)
12:00 Keynote: Cultural Explorations of Diller, Scofidio + Renfro Elizabeth Diller (Diller Scofidio + Renfro, US)
13:00 Lunch Break
CENTRAL, Sala dos Geradores
14:00 Sound Performance Miguel Álvarez-Fernández
14:30 Panel Discussion: Sound Art, Sound Architecture
15:30 Keynote: Harpa Music Hall and Conference Centre in Reykjavik Peer Teglgaard Jeppesen
16:30 Coffee Break
17:00 Innovative Sound and Acoustics Research
Research and presentations co-organized with Católica University, PT
18:00 Keynote Lecture: Oslo Opera House & Discussion & Wrap-up Keynote: Kjetil Trædal Thorsen (Snøhetta, NO)
19:00 Cocktail Hour
City of Lisbon views and drinks


Elizabeth Diller

Kjetil Trædal Thorsen

Peer Teglgaard Jeppesen

Bill Fontana

Birgit Lohmann

Michael Kimmelman

Jessica Mairs

Miguel Álvarez-Fernández

Solène Wolff

João Santa-Rita

Bernhard Leitner

Joana Carneiro

Michael Jones

John Pellowe

Xavier Veilhan

Andrew Tuck

Raj Patel

Pedro Gadanho

Martin Barry


MAAT: Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon, Portugal

(c) FG+SG

By walking or bike

  • The venue is easily accesible and within the walking distance from Belém stop.
  • The museum is adapted for access of disabled persons.
  • Bicycle parking is provided.

By public transport

  • Bus: 728, 714, 727, 729, 751
  • Tram: 15
  • Train: Belém Station

By car

Free public car park is 500 m from the museum.

In Collaboration With

Co-organized by

MAAT Institutional Partners

MAAT Partners

Main Media Partner

Media Partners

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