Organized by Ben Allen, James Bae, Ricardo Gomes, Shannon Harvey and Adam Michaels
Participants include: Antonas Office (Athens), Studio Miessen (Berlin), studioBasar (Bucharest), Cluster (Cairo), Culturstruction (Dublin), Superpool (Istanbul), Ateliermob (Lisbon), public works with Isaac Marrero-Guillamón (London), Ecosistema Urbano (Madrid), Srdjan Jovanović Weiss / NAO (New York), PioveneFabi with 2A+P/A (Rome), Vapor 324 (São Paulo).
Planning for Protest is a publication, exhibition and associated project of the 2013 Lisbon Architecture Triennale.
The project explores both the social and architectural definitions of protest in light of the current global financial crisis. Architectural offices witnessing these events first-hand will provide case studies and project proposals for contested spaces within their own cities.
Designed by Project Projects as an ‘exhibition in a box’, the Planning for Protest publication features all 12 proposals in their entirety, alongside essays by Pedro Levi Bismarck and Daniel Oliveira.Dimensions: 210 × 297mm, 114pp, B/W: