CCB

Centro Cultural de Belém Foundation – Garagem Sul

Cycles

El invernadero rojo, 2021, Madrid © Patrick Hamilton

The architects who never threw anything away.

During its construction and once again when it is demolished, a building is a formless mountain of different sorts of accumulated materials. The architectural project must therefore extend beyond the organisation of these elements in a certain way and also design the distribution of these resources over time, acting on the cyclical flows of the materials themselves. Acknowledging the energy, water, human labour and carbon footprint embedded in the production of materials, Cycles addresses the role of architecture within the endless processes of transformation and redistribution of matter and showcases the possible encounter between architecture and sustainability, economy, heritage and memory.

Interior da estufa vermelha

Annotated tours to Cycles exhibition

90 minutes, free, booking required: tours@trienaldelisboa.com

Sun. 02/10, 15h: André Tavares, programmer of Garagem Sul (Portuguese)
Sat. 15/10, 17h: Francisco Fonseca, Oficina Pedrêz (Portuguese)
Sat. 29/10, 15h: Pedro Ignacio Alonso, exhibition curator (English)
Sat. 19/11, 15h: Cristina Veríssimo and Diogo Burnay, chief curators of Terra (Portuguese)
Sun. 04/12, 15h: Rita Aguiar Rodrigues, rar.studio, exhibition design (Portuguese)

The Book

Format: 16,8 x 22,4 cm

Price: € 18

148p

EN

ISBN: 978-989-33-3798-1

Cycles book © Luís Ferreira

This book is part of a collection of pocket-size books for the sixth edition of Lisbon Architecture Triennale, edited by the curators of this exhibition and published in partnership with Circo de Ideias.

Before architecture’s organising powers are triggered through the act of design, a building is no more than a formless accumulation of varying materials – the very same components that will eventually re-emerge with its demolition years later, when it becomes a bare mountain of formless matter. But architectural design can extend beyond a given form and start operating at the level of a redistribution of matter through design material cycles. This book brings together contemporary architectural practices and artists reflecting upon the art of designing cycles, addressing the past and present of construction, relationships to the geopolitics of extractivism, and possible futures for the building industry.

Colophon

Editorial Concept

Pamela Prado, Pedro Ignacio Alonso

Essays by

BC architects & studies & materials

Bellastock

Charlotte Malterre-Barthes

David Barro

Ilya Kabakov

Joana Rosa

Lara Almarcegui

Lydia Kallipoliti

Pamela Prado, Pedro Ignacio Alonso

ReCreate: Erik Stenberg, Satu Huuhka

Featured Participants

Ateliermob / Trabalhar com os 99% + Colectivo Warehouse

Catarina Almada – CAN RAN

Chris D’Amico

CINARK – Center for Industrialised Architecture, Institute of Architecture and Technology, The Royal Danish Academy

École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Versailles (ENSA-Versailles) de l’Université Paris-Saclay, France

Elif Erez, Shira Grosman

Jorge Ambrosi, Gabriela Etchegaray

Kari Roynesdal

Marija Barovic, Elsa Mendoza Andres

Master’s programme: Transformation, École d’architecture de la ville et des territoires Paris-Est, Université Gustave Eiffel, France

Rotor / Diploma 18 – Architectural Association: Arne Vande Capelle James Westcott, Aude-Line Duliere, Amaya Hernandez, Nena Aru

Colectivo Ruinorama

Sebastián Contreras Rodríguez – Estación Espacial Arquitectos

Copy Editing and Proofreading

Will Jennings

Published by

Circo de Ideias: Magda Seifert, Pedro Baía – Editorial Coordination; Beatriz Takahashi, Catarina Matos, Patrícia Coelho – Editorial Assistants

Graphic Design

barbara says…: Cláudia Castelo, António Silveira Gomes – Project Lead; Luísa Tudela – Design Assistant

Curators

Pamela Prado, Pedro Ignacio Alonso

Participants

Lara Almarcegui

Jorge Ambrosi + Gabriela Etchegaray

ateliermob | trabalhar com os 99% + Colectivo Warehouse

Bellastock

can ran

Sebastián Contreras Rodríguez – Estación Espacial Arquitectos 

BC architects & studies & materials

Patrick Hamilton

Ilya Kabakov

Lydia Kallipoliti

Youngbin Shin

Charlotte Malterre-Barthes

Joana Rosa

Coletivo Ruinorama: Beatrice Perracini Padovan, Eleonora Aronis Rainha, Guilherme Paschoal Ribeiro, Lazana Guizzo, Laura Pappalardo, Nathalie Ventura, Rodrigo Quintella Messina, Thiago Benucci, Wellington Cançado

ReCreate: Erik Stenberg, Satu Huuhka 

Rotor: Arne Vande Capelle, Aude-Line Duliere, Amaya Hernandez, James Westcott

Universities Represented

The Royal Danish Academy, Institute of Architecture and Technology, Center for Industrialised Architecture (CINARK)

Université Paris-Saclay, École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Versailles (ENSA-Versailles)

Université Gustave Eiffel, École d’architecture de la ville et des territoires Paris-Est (EAVT)

Exhibition Design

rar.studio

Graphic Design

barbara says…

Project Coordinator

Ricardo Batista

Production Assistant

Raquel Sá Pereira

Graphic Design for Kabakov’s Installation

Patricio Pozo

Translations and Proofreading

Pedro Morais, Justin Jaeckle

Assembling

Carpintauto, 1001Utilidades, Fátima Neto

Art Handler

Maria Torrada

Audiovisual

Smart Choice 

Acknowledgements

For her support: Emilia Kabakov

For the research support: Inês Soares, Lorenzo Scodeller – Novonovo 

For the support and loan of materials: Luis Moura, Rita Moura, Pedro Alves Marques – LISBONWOOD a brand by ZIRCOM; Carlos Flor Vicente, Alfredo Antunes Flor Lda / EmPedra; Paulo Moreira

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Exhibitions

01 Oct. - 04 Dec.

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Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—18h (closed on Monday)
Culturgest

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Today

Cycles with Nature

Saturday: 15/10, 11h
Saturday: 04/12, 11h
CCB – Garagem Sul

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Today

Annotated tour to Cycles exhibition

Sunday: 15h
CCB – Garagem Sul
90 minutes, free, booking required: tours@trienaldelisboa.com

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Today

Annotated tour to Retroactive exhibition

Sunday: 11h
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(Un)Made Cities by Segregated Transport Infrastructures

Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—19h (closed on Monday)
Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Admission free

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Palácio Sinel de Cordes
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Palácio Sinel de Cordes
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Multiplicity

Tuesday to Friday: 10h—13h / 14h—18h
weekends and holidays: 10h—14h / 15h—18h
MNAC

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Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
Capacity: varies per exhibition; large groups must be divided
Price: varies per exhibition
Booking for various venues: tours@trienaldelisboa.com (min 7 days in advance)

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Cycles

Tuesday to Sunday: 10h—18h
CCB – Garagem Sul

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Disquietude: Architecture and Energy in Portugal

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