February 12, 2018
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.
320 + Guests
21% Curators + Designers
18% Acoustic + Sound Engineers, Musicians
Most tend to see and talk about architecture as a 3D discipline, focusing on its visual, spatial and functional aspects. But architecture is always experienced in 4D. Sound and acoustic aspects are crucial for people’s experience of public spaces and places that have always been at the core of reSITE’s interest.
MAAT Museum and reSITE brought world’s best creators of sound spaces and acoustic experiences to Lisbon, including 18 global leaders in designing sound spaces, sound engineers, design influencers and artists to rethink sound and space. This one-day international event was organized in collaboration with Meyer Sound and held in parallel to Bill Fontana's large scale Shadow Soundings live-streaming video and sound installation at MAAT.
Thank you for joining us in the journey through a gauntlet of what I believe to the best knowledge from around the world at the intersection of architecture, experiment, art and sound innovation.
RESONATE In The News
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This week we focus on urbanism, architecture, acoustics and sound artists. We’re reporting from Resonate, a one-day conference in Lisbon by Resite, Maat and Meyer Sound that gathered an international crowd.
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Organisers of the Resonate conference have offered female delegates cut-price entry, in an effort to improve the gender balance of the event taking place at the MAAT museum in Lisbon.
Resonated with today's most inspiring minds in architecture and creators of ground-breaking acoustic experiences at the incredible MAAT Museum.
MAAT: Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon, Portugal
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
Free public car park is 500 m from the museum.
In Collaboration With
MAAT Institutional Partners
Main Media Partner
How Investing in Infrastructure Revitalized Lisbon
Executive Director of Invest Lisboa Rui Ramos-Pinto Coelho describes the rapid turn around of Lisbon from a poor city into a center of tourism, real estate investments, and entrepreneurship.
Caroline Bos on Building Cities for the Future
Caroline Bos, a Dutch urban planner and co-founder of the architectural design center UN Studio, questions the sustainability of our current cities and how to make them last into the future. She brings up ideas of resilience in cities, working with a circular economy, and managing resources more sustainably and effectively.
Boom Towns are Immigration Towns with Michael Kimmelman
Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic for the New York Times, uses Stuttgart, Mexico City, and Guangzhou as examples of ways cities have handled an influx of migrants and how the cities have adapted or not adapted differently. The current issues in these cities differ based on location, situation of incoming migrants, and how well the city has handled new arrivals, with Stuttgart presented as a model city for migrant reception.
Nicolas Buchoud on Embracing the Complexity of our Future Cities
Nicolas Buchoud, cofounder of Renaissance URBaiNe, discusses the modern complexities of city design and finding smart solutions to problems faced by cities today. Buchoud believes we should use the interconnectedness of modern cities to improve urban design to address issues of sustainability, energy, governance, and metropolitan functions.