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EXHIBITIONS AND ACTIVATIONS - Various Design Studios

Assistant Professor: Ana Rolim / Role: (Co) Organizer 

Catholic University of Pernambuco (UNICAP), Brazil

Organizing exhibitions of students' work is a pivotal avenue for showcasing their endeavors and fostering a more engaged academic environment. I have had the opportunity to either lead or collaborate in organizing several exhibitions at the Architecture and Urban Planning School at the Catholic University of Pernambuco. These exhibitions encompass a diverse array of design studio projects, spanning from social housing initiatives and cultural or educational endeavors to the activation of campus spaces. They serve as a platform for applying the theoretical content guiding the studios into tangible, real-world applications.

Activiation of a pilotis space with pop-installation of a housing cell unit in the Architectural Design Studio 5. Co-instructor: Robson Canuto

Architectural systems applied to a social-cultural complex on the mangrove. Architectural Design Studio 7. Co-instructor: Andrea Camara.

Activation of a ground floor space on campus to apply the notion of fractal system to a 1:1 scale installation. Architectural Design Studio 7. Co-instructor: Andrea Camara.

End of semester exhibition with students showing their projects in VR to the public. Architectural Design Studio 7. Co-instructor: Andrea Camara.

Biomimetics and Tectonics exhibition, Architectural Design Studio 5. Co-instructor: Aristoteles Cantalice II

End of the semester exhibition of portfolios and models for the Guggenheim Recife project in the Architectural Design Studio 7. Co-instructor: Robson Canuto

Site analysis mosaic built by students using their photos and sketches. Architectural Design Studio 7. Co-instructor: Robson Canuto

End of the semester exhibition for Architectural Design Studio 5, where students developed social housing solutions for a waterfront site. Co-instructor: Robson Canuto.

9-Expo ap5 2016

End of the semester exhibition for Architectural Design Studio 5, with models and posters. Co-instructor: Robson Canuto.

End of the semester exhibition for Architectural Design Studio 7, where students developed a phenomenology-based project for a crematorium. Co-instructor: Robson Canuto.

End of the semester exhibition for Architectural Design Studio 7 activating an underutilized space in a historic building on campus. Co-instructor: Robson Canuto.

End of the semester exhibition for Architectural Design Studio 7 with students' designs for a cultural and housing project in an abandoned area Downtown Recife, Brazil. Co-instructor: Robson Canuto.

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