Lecture • Architectonic relations between Tripoli and Ibirapuera Park, with Wassim Naghi and Rodrigo Queiroz


24 Nov 2016
20:00 - 22:00
Bienal Pavilion • COZINHA (1st floor)
24 nov 2016, 20:00 - 22:00
Bienal Pavilion • COZINHA (1st floor)

Taking the film Ma’arad Trabulous [The exhibition at Trípoli] (2016) by Alia Farid as a structuring point, the architects Wassim Naghi and Rodrigo Queiroz speak about the relation between Oscar Niemeyer’s projects for the Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo (1951/54) and the international Fair, in Tripoli (1962). The conversation is based on the historical, architectonic and artistic relations between these constructions, suggesting some common characteristics in the forms, and, at the same time, evidencing their contextual distinctions.

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Wassim Naghi (Tripoli, Lebanon) is an architect and has a master degree in Restoration of Historical Monuments and Sites.

Rodrigo Queiroz (São Paulo, Brazil) is an architect and teacher at FAU USP and has a masters and doctorate degree about the work of Oscar Niemeyer. 

The space COZINHA is sponsored by CTEEP