A arquitetura nunca mais será a mesma. considerações sobre género e espaço(s)

Lia Pereira Saraiva Gil Antunes

Resumo


A arquitetura tem apoiado o seu reconhecimento na vida dos “grandes mestres”, como “faróis históricos” capazes de legitimar a quase totalidade de um discurso disciplinar – têm-se investigado quais as consequências desta visão unilateral da história e quais as alternativas possíveis. Procura-se explorar as formas como as mulheres vivenciam e ocupam o espaço, enquanto utilizadoras, e expor a proble­mática da construção da cidade e da arquitetura como uma prática maioritariamente masculina. Pensa-se também uma tentativa de reformulação da arquitetura, enquanto instituição, e da sua história, que visa incluir as perspetivas das arquitetas e desvendar o mainstream da disciplina.

 


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Arquitetura. Género. Espaço. Mulher.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.20396/urbana.v7i2.8642600

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