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Afonso Nuno Henrique Martins

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Investigador desde: 2013

A.Nuno Martins graduated in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon (FAUL) in 1990; completed a Masters degree in Architecture (FAUL, 2011), a doctoral program in Urbanism at the Universidad 

Politecnica de Cataluña (2004) and a Ph.D. in Architecture at the University of Beira Interior, in Portugal (2012).

During his career as an architect, he was awarded several prizes in architectural and urban design competitions, including the National Prize of Architecture of the MPAT (Ministry of Planning and Administration of Territory). Several of his buildings, parks, urban spaces and projects, were published in technical magazines and were exhibited in Portugal, France, Brazil and Spain, including the Zaragoza World Expo, in 2008.

Since obtaining his Ph.D. degree he has participated in many international conferences and published, as author, co-author and corresponding author, books (5), chapters of books (7), articles in journals (10, 5 indexed, 3 ISIS&SCOPUS) and full papers in proceedings (20) in editions with international distribution and peer-reviewing process, on his areas of interest:, sustainable architecture, eco-urbanism,  cultural landscapes, housing building residential, and urban design in development.  Has co-chaired and acted as a peer reviewer and track-chair in several international conferences such as the ISDRS, the International Sustainable Development Research Society, a leading conference in the area of sustainability. He was the chair of the global 8th International Conference on Building Resilience,  held in 14-16 November 2018, in Lisbon. He participated in the set-up of two national and seven international research projects in collaboration with research centres.

He has regularly lectured in architectural graduate and masters programs in Portugal during the past ten years, and by invitation and through teaching exchange programs in several countries and universities such as United Kingdom (University College of London / The Bartlet School/Development Planning Unity/Master in Urban Design in Development; in Brazil (FAUUSP and FAU/Mackenzie University), in Rio de Janeiro (PROSIURB, post-graduation of Urbanism of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, at The UFF, Universidade Fluminense, in Niterói; In Switzerland in Fribourg, at the University of Applied Sciences (international joint master), in Turkey, (IKU, Istanbul) and Czech Republic (ARCHIP, Architectural Institute in Prague) and Germany (University Leibniz-Hannover). Currently, he is a visiting professor at the Universidad Politecnica Metropolitana de Hidalgo, in Mexico, in the new career of Bio-climatic Architecture and holds the position of Visiting Assistant Professor of Studio Design in the Master of Architecture of the University of Beira Interior, in Portugal. 2019 teaching visiting appointments included Taiwan, College of Design, Shih Chien University, located at Taipei, and 2020 includes Barcelona, Master of Sustainable Emergence Architecture. In 2002 he begin to give training in Sustainable Architecture, Ecological Urbanism and Heritage and Project of the Territory. Since then, he has been a leading lecturer and trainer in the Portuguese context in these emergent areas of study and frequently invited to talks in Portugal and abroad, master supervising, juries of master and doctorate proofs, and also giving about 400 hours of training to more than two hundred professionals from different areas. Since 2008, he has been leading a multidisciplinary research team that has been carrying out the Mondego River Heritage Park, an internationally acknowledged action-research project focusing on heritage and local communities and resources. 

Since 2013 he has been a senior researcher of CIAUD, Centre of Research in Architecture, Urbanism, and Design, Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon with a project addressing risk, resilience and sustainability issues, as well as humanitarian architecture for post-disaster and informal settlement environments. Since 2014, he has been doing training in post-disaster reconstruction, namely by attending several conferences across the globe (Portugal, Brazil, Colombia, Australia, South Africa, United States, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Canada, Thailand, Italy and Pakistan and Taiwan) and enrolling in postgraduate training such as the Humanitarian Response to Conflict and Disaster course of Harvard University. As a volunteer and project manager in the NGO Building 4 Humanity, Design, and Reconstructing Communities Association he has been leading multidisciplinary teams in projects and missions in Portugal, Africa and Brasil. This is a process that involves taking action and then reflecting on the fieldwork done to improve practice. The outcomes have been presented in top conferences in the areas of sustainability, urban disaster and design in development,, books and journals. His current research interests include the re-visitation of the concept of incremental housing and the introduction of social innovation in post-disaster and slum upgrading. Since 2018 he is the director of the Building 4Humanity Design Competition and the Marielle Franco Community Design Award. He is chair of the Seminario: Risco, resiliência, arquitetura humanitária e incremental housing em favelas: o papel das universidades, dos(as) profissionais de arquitetura, da área social e das Marias&Marielles, to be held in 5-6 de December 2019 in Rio de Janeiro, Organized by: PUC-Rio (RJ), U.Lisboa (FAU, CIAUD), UFF (EAU, PPGAU, Niteroi-RJ), U.Beira Interior (DECA) e ONG Building 4Humanity (Coimbra, Portugal)

 

Projetos de Investigação: 
Desastres, Pobreza, Habitação, as ONG’s e o Programa UN- Habitat- aprendendo de vinte e cinco de trabalho de campo com  abrigos, planeamento, projecto e reconstrução, para uma arquitectura humanitária sustentável e resiliente.

Desastre, Design e Desenvolvimento - problemas de risco e resiliência. Contribuições para a interconexão na Comunidade dos Países de Língua Portuguesa (CPLP).

ORCID: 0000-0002-7999-3791

Curriculum Vitae

 

Publicações

Books (editor or co-editor) 

2019 Martins, N.; Fayasi, M.;  Kikano, F.; Hobeica, L. ; Enhancing Disaster Preparedness: Humanitarian Architecture and Community Resilience, 370 pages, Elsevier ebook indexed to SCOPUS (Online and imprinted book: in December 2019)

2019 Martins, N., Lizarralde, G.; Egbelakin, T.;  Rose, J.;  Mendes, J., Santos, P.; Investing in Disaster Risk Reduction for Resilience. 370 pages, Elsevier ebook indexed to SCOPUS (Online and imprinted book: in February 2010)

2019 Martins, N., Fordham, M.; Leon, J.; Hobeica, L.; Hobeica, A; Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in Practice, Springer indexed to SCOPUS (Online and imprinted book: June,  2020)

2019  Martins, N., Eltinay, N.;  Santos, Pedro; Hobeica, L; Habeica. A.; Mendes, J., 8th International Conference on Building Resilience (ICBR) Papers, Lisbon. University of Lisbon (ebook)

2018  Martins, N., Mendes, J., Santos, Pedro; Hobeica, L.; Hobeica, A.; Vahanti, M.; Jamshed, A. ; Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Building Resilience Conference, held in 14-16 November 2018, in Lisbon. University of Lisbon (imprinted and ebook)

2016 Nuno Martins et al, © Atas do 1º Simpósio Luso-Brasileiro sobre Modelos e Práticas de Sustentabilidade, First editor, with João Joanaz de Melo, Antje Disterheft, Sandra Caeiro, Marcelo Montaño, Evandro Moretto, Tomás B. Ramos, CENSE, Centro de Investigação e Ambiente e Sustentabilidade, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade Nova de Lisboa 

2009 Martins, N. Dinâmicas de Rede no Turismo Cultural e Religioso book of abstracts, with Eduardo Cordeiro Gonçalves, António Barros Cardoso, António Pedrosa and Andreia Pereira, ed. Publicações ISMAE, Maia, Portugal.

2008 Martins, N. (editor) Mondego River Heritage Park (Parque Patrimonial do Mondego projecto de Turismo Sustentável para o Maior  Rio Português, ed. Museu da Água de Coimbra, Portugal.

 

Capitulo de livro

2019-20 Martins, A.N.; Santos, A.; Gorecka, D.; ICT and mobile applications for disaster risk and incremental housing; the case of NGOs in Rio de Janeiro, in Investing in Disaster Risk Reduction for Resilience. Elsevier imprinted and ebook indexed to SCOPUS (to be online in March 2020)

2018-19         Martins, N.; Tariq, F. Risk and Resilience in slum-upgrading and resettlement process. 370 pages, in Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in Practice, Springer imprinted and ebook indexed to SCOPUS (To be online in May 2020)

2016-17 Martins,  N.; Amorim, A., Forbes, C., Matos, D. Questões De Risco E Vulnerabilidade Do Património Construído: O Caso Da Baixa Pombalina (Issues of Risk, Resilience And Vulnerability To Built Heritage:  The Case Of Lisbon Downtown), in Geografia, Paisagem e Riscos, Vol.III, Risks and Catastrophes series, University of Coimbra; available at http://www.uc.pt/fluc/nicif/riscos/pub/src/SRCIII/pdf/SRC_Vol_III_artigo14.pdf

2016 Martins, N., Carvalho, P.  Green Architecture, Landscapes, and Cultural festivals intangible dialogs, book chapter, in Art and Intercultural Dialogue, Susana Gonçalves & Suzanne Majhanovich (Eds.), Sense Publishers (Rotterdam)

2015 Martins, N. (Non) Doing a workshop on Rurality- Rural Scenarios for the Alvor Estuary, in Alter-Rurality, exploring representations and ‘repeasantations’, Pieter Versteegh (ed.) Create Space Independent Publishing Platform. (First book of the EAEE Rurality Network,)

2015 Martins, N., Fernandes, M.  (Eco)Urbanismo e sociedade no século XXI, chapter of the book  “Urbanismo, Planejamento Urbano e Direito Urbanístico, Caminhos legais para cidades sustentáveis, published by the Ordem dos Advogados, Conselho Seccional do Rio Grande do Sul (Brazilian Bar Association, Council of the state of Rio Grande do Sul).

2015 Martins, N., Fernandes, M.  Research and Architecture & Urbanism and PhD programs in the European Mediterranean context - patterns and links, in Educating the Future, Architecture Education in International Perspective, Esra Fidanoglou (ed), EAAE, IKU, Istanbul, 

Architecture&landscape&spirituality interelations and Quality of Life. Learning from Walden&Thoreau and Sidhartha&Hesse. with Margarida Pedroso Lima, book

Architecture, Culture + Spirituality: Essays on the Experience, Significance and Meaning of the Built Environment, first ACS editorial project, Tom Barrie, Julio Bermudez and Phill Tabb co-editors, to be published by ASHGATE, in early 2015. The chapter was delivered and will be part of the Section 3. Spirituality and Designed Environment.

Post-disaster recover: the role of design and the introduction of social innovation architecture feature, proposal submitted for the book "DESIGN FOR URBAN DISASTER”, Edited by David Sanderson, to be published by Rutledge, in early 2015

 

Papers in Journals with scientific refereeing and Guest Editor in Special Issues (SI)

2018-19 Martins, N., Guest Editor of a Special Issue focused on Disaster Risk to Heritage: Preparedness and Rebuilding  of The Journal of Architecture Heritage, Conservation and Rehabilitation, Taylor and Francis (Clarivate Analytics indexed), with Paulo Lourenço, Tiago Ferreira, Xavier Romão and Esmeralda Perpetuo (To be online in October  2019)

2019-20 Martins, N., Guest Editor of a SI focusing on Gender Resilience in DRR of the International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (IJDDR, Elsevier, SCOPUS indexed) with Maureen Fordham and Astrid Skjerven. (To be online in January 2020)

2018-20 Martins, N., Guest Editor of an SI focusing on Risk and Resilience, in Practice, of The Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, Emerald Publishing Group (SCOPUS indexed), with José Manuel Mendes and Pedro Santos (To be online in December 2019)

2019  Martins, N. and Saavedra, J.  Inclusive Sustainability in Slum upgrading and Incremental Housing . The case of the Rocinha, in Rio de Janeiro. Sustainable Development journal, (Clarivate Analytics indexed). © John Wiley & Sons Ltd and ERP Environment, (Impact Factor: 2.75, ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking >  2018 >  21/55 (Planning & Development) DOI: 10.1002/sd.1879

2019  Skjerven, A.  and Martins, N.  Architecture, design and planning towards sustainable development: Regional approaches Sustainable Development journal, (Clarivate Analytics indexed). © John Wiley & Sons Ltd and ERP Environment, (Impact Factor: 2.75, ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking >  2018 >  1/4 (Planning & Development) DOI: 10.1002/sd.1877

2018 Martins, N., Amorim, A., Forbes, C., Matos, D. The changing City. Risk and Built Heritage. The case of Lisbon Downtown, Proceedia Engineering, Elsevier Journal (SCOPUS indexed), Vol. 2012, (2018). Pag. 921-928; DOI: 0.1016/j.proeng.2018.01.119

2017-18 Martins, N., Associate Editor of the SI of the Sustainable Development journal, focused on Architecture and Planning © John Wiley & Sons Ltd and ERP Environment,, (Impact Factor: 2.75, ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking >  2018 >  21/55 (Planning & Development) (other co-editors are Astrid Skjerven, professor, Department of Product Design, Oslo and Akershus University College, Oslo, Martina Keitsch, professor, Department of design, NTNU, Trondheim, Michael U. Hensel, professor, Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Oslo

2016 Martins, N. Sustainable Design, Cultural Landscapes and Heritage Parks; the case of the Mondego RiverSustainable Development (journal), Volume 24, nº5, Sep-October 2016, pages 330-343. © John Wiley & Sons Ltd and ERP Environment, (Impact Factor >  1.242, ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking >  2014 >  21/55 (Planning & Development) Especial issue on Sustainable Architecture and Design  DOI: 10.1002/sd.1633.

2010 Martins, N. et al. Cultural Landscape of Higher Mondego from Industrial site to Heritage Park. Journal of Tourism and Development, nº 13 e 14. (peer-reviewed printed journal, indexed)

2010 Martins, N. and Costa, C. Património, Paisagens Culturais, Turismo, Lazer e Desenvolvimento Sustentável. Parques Temáticos x Parques Patrimoniais. Scientific Journal Exedra (digital), Nº Temático, Setembro http://www.exedrajournal.com/edicoes.html. (online peer reviewed journal)

2008 Martins, N.; Costa, C., Carvalho and M., Peres, S. Parque Patrimonial do Mondego, Journal of Tourism and Development, nº 10, 2008 (peer reviewed printed journal, indexed)

 

Papers in book of proceedings with scientific refereeing

2018 Martins, N.; Saavedra, J. .Incremental Housing and Social Sustainability Issues. Revisiting the World Bank’s Site and Service Projects. The case of Brazil, Electronic Book of Proceedings of the 23rd International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference, University of Messina, Italy, 13 – 15 June. 

2017 Martins, A.N.; Carvalho, C.; Ramos, J.A.; Gorecka, D., Estevão, M. ICT and mobile applications for disaster risk and incremental housing; the case of NGOs in Rio de Janeiro, Electronic proceedings of the 8th i-Rec conference, focusing on 'Reconstruction and Recovery for Displaced Populations & Refugees,' 1-2 June at University of York, Toronto, Canada, organized by the i-Rec and University of York, Toronto, electronically published at the i-Rec website 

2017 Martins, N., Saavedra. Inclusive Sustainability in Slum Upgrading and Incremental Housing. The case of Rocinha, in Rio de Janeiro, Electronic Book of Proceedings of the 22nd International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference, School of Science and Technology, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, 14 – 16 June. 

2017 Martins, N., Rocha, A., Prácticas arquitectónicas resilientes e incremental housing em assentamentos informais - o papel de ONGs no Brasil. Book of Proceedings. 4th Seminary: A língua que Habitamos, organized by Academia de Escolas de Arquitectura e Urbanismo de Língua Portuguesa, Faculdade de Arquitectura de Lisboa e Escola de Arquitectura e Urbanismo da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, 25-28 Abril. Publicado em papel pela CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (1 May 2017), (https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1547022833/ref=sr_1_6?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1500629965&sr=1-6&keywords=a+lingua+que+habitamos). Versão PDF acessível em Acessível em http://aeaulp.com/alinguaquehabitamos/images/VOLUME_2.pdf. (July 2017)

2016 Martins, N., Falchieri, F,. Disaster Risk and Resilience in informal settlements; the case of Guinea-Bissau, Electronic Book of Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Building Resilience, Edited by Suzanne Wilkinson, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

2016 Martins, N., Lima, F., Franco, A., Ferraz, L., e Estevão, M. Sustainable and resilient practices in informal settlement upgrading through social innovation approaches – the role of NGOs in Brazil and Guinea-Bissau. Electronic Book of Proceedings of the 22nd International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference, School of Science and Technology, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal, 13 – 15 July

2016 Martins, N.; Guedes, MC. Incorporating Social Innovation into Humanitarian Architecture, in Johnson, C. and Conference Scientific Committee (eds), Reconstruction and Recovery in Urban Contexts, Conference Proceedings of the 7th i-Rec conference, 6-8 July at University College London (UCL), organized by the i-Rec and DPU/The Bartlett. Montreal: Group de Recherche IF; GRIF. Université de Montreal. Available online.  ISBN  978-2-9815234-19 (It got already more than 300 views on Academia.edu from more than 40 countries)

2015 Martins, N. Guedes, MC. ‘Humanitarian' or; 'Resilient Architecturefor vulnerable communities? Electronic Book of Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Building Resilience, focused on Exploring The Concept Of Resilience As A Useful Framework Of Analysis For How Society Can Cope With The Threat Of Natural And Human Induced Hazards, Edited by Jamie Mackee. Newcastle, Australia.

2015 Martins, N., Housing, sustainable urban form, city plans and building control - the case of the Norton de Matos social neighborhood, in Coimbra, 3rd CIHEL, International Conference on Housing of the Lusophonic Geography, Mackenzie University, São Paulo, Brazil.

2015 Martins, N., Fostering a Humanitarian Architecture for Vulnerable Communities. Contributions to the inter-cooperation within the CPLP (Portuguese Speaking Countries Community), 21st International Sustainable Development Research Society Conference  - Tipping Point >  Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity. Alfred Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University, Geelong, Melbourne, Australia. Published at the ISDRS website.

2014 Martins, N. Green Architecture in Transition towards a social innovation green design in humanitarian context trough local traditional building types, in CIAUD, 2nd Research Seminary, published by CIAUD, Research Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Design, Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon.

2014 Martins, N. Post-disaster, the role of agencies, NGOs and the UN-Habitat program. - Learning from a decade of sheltering, planning, designing and rebuilding. Book of Proceedings of  "CRSCAD may 2014 conference", Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Sustainable Reconstruction >  The Role of Architectural, Planning and Engineering Education, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA.

2014 Martins, N. Post-disaster recovery, the role of design and the introduction of social innovation architecture features. Design for urban disaster- Conference, Harvard Graduate School of Design / Harvard University.

2013 Martins, N. Vernacular and social innovation architecture supporting green architecture updating old lessons to upgrade a new responsible design. The case of the humanitarian association Building 4Humanity. 19th annual conference of the International Sustainable Development Research, University of Stellenbosch, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa.

2011 Martins, N. Introducing the Building System Types - the case of Coimbras houses; proceedings CITTA, Porto.

2011 Martins, N. and Lima, M. The relationship between spirituality & architecture&landscape >  the case of Walden & Thoureau and Sidhartha & Hesse, 3rd ACS Forum Symposium, Serenbe, Atlanta, USA.

2011 Martins, N.; Costa, C.; Martins and C., Ribeiro, C. Green Urbanism and Cultural Landscapes Revitalization - an experience carried out on a riverside area in the Centre Region of Portugal. 17th annual conference of the International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS), Earth Institute, Columbia University, New York, USA.

2010 Martins, N.; Costa, C.; Martins, C. and Ribeiro, C. Learning from the cultural landscapes a green approach to the centre region of Portugal, Green Oslo Symposium, organised by the Nordic Network for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies & University of Oslo, and held at the BI Norwegian School of Management.

2009 Martins, N. and Costa, C. Agricultural landscapes management the heritage park concept and the use of new technologies in the Mondego River Heritage Park. Book of Abstracts - Eucaland Project Conference >  European Culture Expressed in Agricultural Landscapes, edit. University of Cambridge, UK, held at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 22-23 September

2009 Martins, N.; Costa. and Leite, V. Dealing with Cultural Landscapes Transformations the Heritage Park as an instrument for project and management (with Claudia Costa and Vasco Leite) IALE 2009, International Association for Landscape Ecology, University of Salzburg, Austria, European Landscapes in Transformation – Challenges for Landscape Ecology and Management, Editors >  J.Breuste, M. Kozová, M.Finka.

 

Direction of International Architectural Design Competitions  

2019-18 I  Director of the 2018 and 2019 editions of the Marielle Franco Community Design Award. In2018 edition: 17 applications from all over the world; 10 000€ in prize money and 21 international experts as members of the Jury

2019-18 I  Director of the 2018 and 2019 editions of the Building 4Humanity Design Competition. In 2018 edition; 61 applications from all over the world; 10 000€ in prize money and 90 international experts as members of the Jury. 

 

Artigos e Posters

Vernacular and social innovation architecture supporting green architecture – updating old lessons to upgrade a new responsible design. The case of the humanitarian association Building 4Humanity. Proceedings of the 19th annual conference of the International Sustainable Development Research, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, July, 2013

Bioclimatic Architecture in Hot Regions: The SURE-Africa project. Proceedings of the 19th annual conference of the International Sustainable Development Research, University of Stellenbosch, July , 2013

Poster at the CIAV2013–7ºATP-VerSus, Vila Nova de Cerveira, Escola Superior Gallaecia, Outubro de 2013, News from Vernacular Architecture- relearning old lessons for a better Green Architecture, Nuno Martins & Miguel Correia Guedes

Green Architecture in transition – towards a social innovation green design in humanitarian context trough local traditional building types, to be published by CIAUD (Centro de Investigação em Arquitectura, Urbanismo e Design, Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa) in 2014

Post-disaster: the role of agencies, NGO’s and the UN-Habitat program. - Learning from a decade of sheltering, planning, designing and rebuilding, "CRSCAD may 2014 conference", Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Sustainable Reconstruction: The Role of Architectural, Planning and Engineering Education, which will take place at the University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, from May 8th to 9th 2014

Post-disaster recover: the role of design and the introduction of social innovation architecture features, in "Design for urban disaster”- Conference, Harvard Graduate School of Design / Harvard University, May, 2014

 

Comunications

Conference EAAE, EDUCATING THE FUTURE: Architecture Education in International Perspective,IKU, Istambul, 21-24 of March, 2013, Research and Architecture & Urbanism and PhD programs in the European Mediterranean context - patterns and links (with Miguel Santiago Fernandes)

19th annual conference of the International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS), two communications with Manuel Correia Guedes: Vernacular and social innovation architecture supporting green architecture – updating old lessons to upgrade a new responsible design. The case of the humanitarian association Building 4Humanity; Bioclimatic Architecture in Hot Regions: The SURE-Africa project, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, 1-3 of July, 2013

Post-disaster: the role of agencies, NGO’s and the UN-Habitat program. - Learning from a decade of sheltering, planning, designing and rebuilding, "CRSCAD may 2014 conference",
Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Sustainable Reconstruction: The Role of Architectural, Planning and Engineering Education, which will take place at the University of Massachusetts Boston, USA, from May 8th to 9th 2014

Post-disaster recover: the role of design and the introduction of social innovation architecture features", in "Design for urban disaster- Conference, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 5-7 of May, 2014

Nuno Martins, A. (2015) Fostering Humanitarian Architecture for vulnerable communities. Contributions to the intercooperation within the Portuguese Speaking Countries’ Community (CPLP).  21th International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS) conference, Deakin University, Geelong (Melbourne) July, 2015

Nuno Martins, A. (2015) Humanitarian' or; 'Resilient Architecture’ for vulnerable communities? 5TH International Conference on Building Relisience. Australia

 

Exhibitions. Organization and direct participation

 2018 I   Exhibition at ISCTE-IUL, of the awarded (9) and shortlisted projects (25) of the Building 4Humanity Design Competition 2018 edition (61 applications from all over the world) as well as the videos of the shortlisted (6) and 1st recipient of the Marielle Franco Community Design Award, 2018 edition (17 applications from all over the world). November

2018-19 I   Exhibition at DECA / UBI of the awarded (9) and shortlisted projects (25) of the Building 4Humanity Design Competition 2018 edition (61 applications from all over the world) as well as the videos of the shortlisted (6) and 1st recipient of the Marielle Franco Community Design Award, 2018 edition (17 applications from all over the world). December 5 to January 6.

2009 I       Museu da Guarda (Rede Nacional de Museus); Projecto Parque Patrimonial do Mondego

2008 I      Expo-Saragoza, Portuguese National Pavilion; Mondego River Heritage Park

2008 I      Museu da Água, Coimbra, A caminho de Saragoza, Projecto Parque Patrimonial do Mondego

 

Atualizado a 28 de agosto de 2019