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GESTU
Gabinete de Estudos e Sistemas em Tecnologias da Arquitetura e Urbanismo 

 

GESTU – Technologies, Architecture and Urbanism Studies and Systems Office is a group of researchers and university professors from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon (FA/ULisboa). Since 2001, this group has been developing projects and consulting in architecture and urban planning. In 2017, he joined the Research Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Design (CIAUD).

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Coordinator: Carlos Henriques Ferreira
Team: Jorge Nicolau, Centeno Gorjão Jorge, Isabel Rosa, João Pardal Monteiro, Fernando Moreira da Silva, João Sousa Morais, Jorge Cruz Pinto, Cátia Tomé, Cristina Perdigão, Manuela Mendes
CIAUD scholarship holders, at GESTU: Catarina Mauricio, Joana Pereira
Master students: Mariana Neto, Patrícia Fernandes
PhD students: Arménio Lopes, Cristina Pereira
External members: Mariana Rebelo, Patrícia Tomé

Link site: GESTU _ Office of Studies and Systems in Architecture and Urbanism Technology
Facebook: www.facebook.com/gestu.fa.ulisboa/
Instagram: www.instagram.com/gestu2018/

Link site:GESTU _ Gabinete de Estudos e Sistemas em Tecnologia da Arquitetura e Urbanismo

 

MISSION
GESTU’s workgroup has developed and participated in the production and dissemination of scientific work.
The group promotes the integration of dissertations and master's and PhD dissertations in Architecture and Urbanism, with scientific guidance from Professor Carlos Henriques Ferreira, within the framework of the themes developed.

OPERATION
GESTU has its research core (as part of CIAUD) in the office 6.1.5 of the Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon (FA/ULisboa).
They have been developing collaboration and cooperation protocols between Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon (FA/ULisboa) and public entities (the Municipality of Lisbon, the CIUL (Centro de Informação Urbana de Lisboa), the Municipal Archive of Lisbon, the Municipality of Amadora) and private entities (the Nacional Coach Museum, the Casa do Alentejo – in the area of Tourism, the SRU – in the area of Urban Rehabilitation).

OBJECTIVES
The research is guided by a compromise between theoretical and critical reflection on the territory and a strong laboratory component, supported by the value of the city's design.

Based on four main lines of research, the scientific work promotes the relations between a morpho-typological reading and the components of urban policies, economic dynamics and social contents:
THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND THE CITY IN QUESTION;
(2009-2014) (2015-2019)
Team: Jorge Nicolau, Manuela Mendes
TOURISM, URBANISM AND EVASION ARCHITECTURES;
(2008-2015) (2016-2020)
Team: Joana Pereira; Catarina Mauritius
Contributors: Vânia Penedo, Patrícia Marques, Cristina Perdigão, Cristina Pereira, Isadora Ramos
THE BOUNDARIES OF THE PROJECT AND THE CITY;
(2007-2013) (2014-2020)
Team: Catarina Maurício, Joana Pereira, Patrícia Fernandes
ITINERARIES, FORMS AND PROCESSES OF METROPOLITAN EXPANSION;
(2006-2014) (2015-2020)
Team: Cátia Tomé, Leonel Fadigas, Joana Pereira, Patrícia Tomé, Ana Lúcia Clemente, Maria João Santos, Catarina Maurício, Mariana Rebelo, Patrícia Fernandes

Integrating these concerns were created URBAN LABS, with various scales of analysis, AmaLAB (urban lab of Amadora), LxLAB (urban lab of Lisbon) and AquaLAB (lab of Tejo estuary).