Sound Check: RESONATE
Getting ready to RESONATE with today's most inspiring minds in architecture and creators of ground-breaking acoustic experiences. There is still time to join us for a day of outstanding talks, presentations and performances at the intersection of Architecture, Art and Sound at the award winning, Amanda Levete-designed venue, MAAT Museum in Lisbon February 12th.
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.
Who will be at RESONATE?
Creators of these innovative spaces and installations will speak on their inspiring experiences designing these masterpieces all over the globe.
What to see in BELÉM
For moving around the city, consider using Lisbon's amazing public transport. The venue is easily accessible and within walking distance from Belém stop. To access the venue by public transport, take the bus 728, 714, 727, 729, 751, tram 15 or the train to Belém Station. A free public car park is located 500 m from the museum. Bicycle parking is also provided. The museum is handicap accessible.
Tension & Conflict – Art in Video after 2008
MAAT – Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Av. Brasília, Lisbon
This exhibition gathers the works by 22 artists who have filmed their personal views on the impact and consequences of the 2008 global financial crisis. Open every day, except Tuesdays, 11am-7pm. Entrance: included in the conference registration.
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RESONATE program overview from World Architecture News
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.
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Carl Weisbrod, Commissioner of New York City Planning, discusses the economic and cultural history of New York City, culminating in today's booming economy that is accompanied by a housing crisis. City growth leads to rapid social change, and transformation towards more affordable housing will allow the city to continue to thrive with healthier citizens.
Over one thousand visitors attended reSITE 2017: In/visible City on June 22-23 in Prague. Architects, municipal leaders, city planners and investors in the audience were blown away by lectures from the universally heralded Kazuyo Sejima from SANAA, Deputy Mayor of Paris Jean-Louis Missika, Winy Maas from the envy of the architecture world, and many more.
Mimi Hoang, co-founder of New York based nArchitects, discusses methods of solving the overcrowding and housing shortage of New York City and her projects on improving public spaces. She explains her latest project creating more affordable micro living apartments for lower income or single person households in the city, as well as her past work in Chicago turning the pier into a public space for locals to enjoy.
Urban planner, architect, and co-founder of MVRDV interdisciplinary studio, Winy Mass, is reimagining cities and public spaces. He shares with us many of his innovative projects and his curiosity about how future cities will rethink functional space in the public domain.
"Architects often don’t think about sound. Here’s why they should." An eye-opening article by architecture critic, author and columnist of The New York Times Michael Kimmelman who will speak at RESONATE conference in Lisbon.
We asked you to share your ideas on how to break down barriers of the gender inequality in the fields of architecture and design, and in return we offered free tickets to upcoming RESONATE Thinking Sound & Space this February in Lisbon.