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[ EXHIBITION ] - 08/10/2014 | 12/10/2014
Teapot'set with MERCADO at LISBON DESIGN SHOW

[ LECTURE ] - 16/05/2014
Moderator at DE 40 - Forty years of product desging education


" The Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon, promotes the conference Product Design - 40 years of Education in Portugal".


[ LECTURE ] - 07/05/2014
FACULDADE DE BELAS ARTES DE LISBOA - DESIGN E NÃO SÓ... 6 cenários possíveis para depois do convento.

" Six Alumni of Faculade de Belas Artes de Lisboa are invited to present in the classroom what they're doing in their professional life"


[ EXHIBITION ] - 03/04/2014 | 15/06/2014
NEVER FOR MONEY, ALWAYS FOR LOVE - DESIGN CITY 2014 | LXBG BIENNALE

" Curated by Anna Loporcaro and Portuguese designer Bruno Carvalho within the framework of Design City 2014, the exhibition Never for Money, Always for Love questions the validity of the methodologies and traditional production methods employed in the field of design to meet new challenges posed by the contemporary political and social context, including the economic crisis and dwindling natural resources. Conceived as a platform for exchange between two art scenes, the exhibition brings together fourteen designers from Portugal and Luxembourg in the Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Pavilion at Mudam, who, by integrating a critical and responsible approach into their design practice, are reinventing modes of creation and production".


[ IN RESIDENCY ] - 15/01/2014 | 15/04/2014
VAA INTERNATIONAL DESIGN POOL | DESIGN RESIDENCY - PORTUGAL


"IDPool is a creative laboratory and a pro­duction centre in the fields of porcelain, crystal, and ceramic that has the intention to stimulate the exchange of ideas and experiences between creative artists and high qualified professionals."


[ EXHIBITION ] - 20/02/2014 | 30/04/2014
GETTING THROUGH, 2nd PHASE - TANSFORMATION - SHED76 | LISBOA

( in collaboration with Martinho Pita Studio.)

" GETTING THROUGH proposes a reflection over everyday objects, their influence, experiences and memories. It is an associate project of Close, Closer, 3rd edition of the Lisbon Architecture Triennial, curated by Joana Cotter Salvado and Joana Matos".