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Title: A competition on architecture and landscape design: the construction of a common research
Authors: Guilherme, Pedro
Salema, Sofia
Freire, Conceição
Keywords: Design Competitions
Issue Date: 26-May-2018
Publisher: ARENA
Abstract: Following an opportunity for a design competition including both Architecture and Landscape design, that had already been studied during a summer workshop by teachers and students a joint proposal for the competition was drafted. The present reflexion is presented as a case study on the possibilities of research dialog, negotiation and joint enrichment between architecture and landscape design serving a mutual solution to a problem. From this case study the question of research arises: firstly, the opportunity of the project as a research and design space, on, about and in architecture and landscape; secondly on competitions as a space of research and innovation; lastly on the virtues of transdisciplinary team work. We wish to empathise the [proficuous] opportunities of a transdisciplinary artistic research, born amidst different researchers and teachers that contribute with their visions and abilities to a common idea for a project. The competition, the project, the method is of service to each individual researcher and collectively to the project. Thus, this article supports the need of collaborative or cooperative learning and the competition as drivers for research.
Type: lecture
Appears in Collections:PAO - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais
CHAIA - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais

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