todo
dia
everyday
CCSP

Rua
Vergueiro,
1000

09.13      to
12.08.2019

Tue - Fri: 10h - 20h
Sat / Sun / holidays:
10h - 18h

Exhibition
Architectures
of the Everyday

Sesc 24

Rua 24
de Maio,
109

09.10      to
09.29.2019

Tue - Sat: 9h - 21h
Sun / holidays:
9h - 18h

Everyday

Everyday, the twelfth edition of the International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo (12th BIA), proposes to professionals and the public to reflect on the everyday – the most trivial dimension of reality – to investigate architecture and the built environment of the 21st century.

Everyday presents practices and projects ranging from construction to design, planning, photography, pedagogy, research, policy making and activism, crossing disciplines, scales and boundaries.

Everyday takes place from September 10 to December 9, 2019. At Sesc 24 de Maio from September 10 to September 28, 2019 and at Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP) from September 13 to December 9, 2019.

Everyday is structured around three thematic axes: Everyday StoriesEveryday Resourcesand Everyday Maintenance.

Photo: Ciro Miguel

Everyday takes place in two buildings-manifesto of São Paulo’s quotidian, following the three thematic axes.

The exhibition “Everyday” (from September 10 to 29, 2019) presents a network of interventions produced by interdisciplinary teams establishing a dialogue with the everyday of Sesc 24 de Maio (2017), designed by Paulo Mendes da Rocha and MMBB.

The exhibition Architectures of the Everyday (from September 13 to December 8, 2019), held at the Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP) (1982), designed by Eurico Prado and Luiz Telles, shows architectural projects, urbanism, installations, photographs and videos from more than 20 countries that attempt to reimagine how the everyday shapes our world.

General Statement

Curatorship:
Vanessa Grossman
Charlotte Malterre-Barthes
Ciro Miguel

Photo: Ciro Miguel

Oscillating between powerlessness and megalomania, architects and urban planners have long sought to design entire habitats, civilizations and even the planet. However, in the current climate of geopolitical insecurities and revisions of the rule of law, occurring against the backdrop of unprecedented environmental changes, design professionals acknowledge once again the vulnerability of their field. Confronted with the challenges of an uncertain future, combined with the expectations of new automation technologies, architects shift their focus to the quotidian. As a result, they reinvent their activity in an over-designed world from banal objects, daily routines, rote maintenance protocols, and the use of basic resources. Within the last decade, the potential of the everyday has influenced both practical and theoretical domains of architecture and urbanism by triggering a new ethic and aesthetic of humbleness.

The discrete power of the everyday lies in its ability to translate the way we inhabit, use natural resources, and maintain space, into common practices, which make design relevant and a shared concern. The daily routines of human beings—regardless of where they come from, who they are, and where and how they live—can be boiled down to primary needs met by architecture and embedded in space: a clean home, a warm meal, a bathroom with running water, a well-lit street. These everyday necessities speak not only of the body and the house, but extend outward to the city and its infrastructure, the nation and the management of its resources, the Earth and its ongoing health. The everyday therefore emerges in architectural discourse and practice as a commitment to act responsibly and more inclusively.

Everyday is structured around three thematic axes: Everyday Stories, Everyday Resources and Everyday Maintenance. Everyday Stories examines the myriad ways architects and other design professionals reinterpret the everyday, reporting real or fictitious stories linked to the production of space, ranging from the poetic subtleties of the quotidian to the revelation of the violence, crises and inequalities that affect lives daily. Everyday Resources addresses the growing awareness and critical engagement of architects, landscape designers, and urban planners (among others) with processes and uses of everyday resources—both in urban and rural contexts— in the Anthropocene era. Everyday Maintenance explores the maintenance of architecture and the city, a long overlooked subject now gaining attention in current political spheres, in theoretical debates and with technological research worldwide.

The Centro Cultural São Paulo, CCSP, is a multi-activity public building that constitutes one of São Paulo’s architectural masterpieces designed by Eurico Prado Lopes and Luiz Telles. Since its inauguration in 1979, the CCSP has been an important center for everyday life in São Paulo, having been strategically connected to a busy subway station. Around 2,500 users are seen daily rehearsing choreographies on the outdoor mirrors, practicing sports on the green roofs, studying in the library, chatting over a meal at the restaurant, or taking up one of the numerous classes and workshops in its basement. The CCSP is the epitome of the everyday.

The exhibition Architectures of the Everyday shows architectural projects, urbanism, installations, photographs and videos that attempt to reimagine how the everyday shapes our world. An International Open Call was launched and evaluated 710 entries from 52 cities in Brazil and 101 cities in 30 countries, selecting 70 works.

Photo: Ciro Miguel

Sesc 24 de Maio

Exhibition
Everyday Devices

09.10 to
09.29.2019

The newly opened Sesc 24 de Maio, designed by Paulo Mendes da Rocha and MMBB, is a manifesto building for the 12th BIA Everyday. A city within a city, the building not only supports but amplifies the unpredictability of everyday life in downtown São Paulo. Every day, about 10,000 people go up and down its ramps to eat, play, dance, walk, swim, run, play, chat, use the bathroom, have their teeth checked, read, write, learn, teach, create, sunbathe or simply sleep. Here, the everyday is trivial, palpable and engaging.

The 12th BIA Everyday invited different teams of architects and other professionals to dialogue with Sesc 24 de Maio and the daily life of this truly urban machine. Each team was assigned to develop a site-specific device: interventions conceived as new pieces of equipment or mechanism performing determined functions in the daily life of this urban machine, related to the thematic axes of the 12th BIA: Everyday StoriesEveryday Materials and Everyday Maintenance. Ten devices were distributed in the common spaces of the building, from its corner to the bathroom, including the ground floor, ramps, fire escape, living area, and swimming pool.

Photo: Ciro Miguel

Centro Cultural
São Paulo

Exhibition
Architectures
of the Everyday

09.13 to
12.08.2019

Architectures of the Everyday will be shown at CCSP, a multi-activity public building that constitutes one of São Paulo’s architectural masterpieces designed by Eurico Prado Lopes and Luiz Telles. Since its inauguration in 1982, the CCSP has been an important center for everyday life in São Paulo, having been strategically connected to a busy subway station. Around 2,500 users are seen daily rehearsing choregraphies on the outdoor mirrors, practicing sports on the green roofs, studying in the library, chatting over a meal at the restaurant, or taking up one of the numerous classes and workshops in its basement. The CCSP is the epitome of the everyday.

The exhibition Architectures of the Everyday shows more than 70 architectural projects, urbanism, installations, photographs and videos that attempt to reimagine how the everyday realm shapes our world.

Photo: Ciro Miguel

Everyday On
Other Days

Space and
Quotidian in
Twelve Concepts,
1871–2019

The theme of the everyday has permeated architecture and urbanism on other days, but since the last decade it seems to have become more and more comprehensive to trigger a multifaceted ethics and aesthetics of simplicity. Here, we enunciate twelve concepts about the everyday, elaborated both in Brazil and in the world not only by architects and urban planners, but also by other protagonists whose practices and discourses had repercussions on the production of space, from the building to the cities and landscape, and even on the understanding of the environment and the planet. We begin with the Paris Commune (1871), in which the insurgents decided to take the “reins of history”–and of urban space–not in terms of “governmental” political decisions, but in their everyday lives, according to Guy Debord’s reading (1931-1994).
Together with Henri Lefebvre (1901-1991), Debord and the Situationist International (1957-1972) revisited this episode for the very critical revaluation they elaborated, less than a century later, of the everyday in relation to urban space. Yet they were not alone: the concept re-emerged intermittently throughout almost 150 years.

Anthropophagy: Flávio de Carvalho (1899-1973) and the Modern Art Week of 1922

As Found: Exchanges Between the Independent Group (founded in 1952), Team X (1953) and Reyner Banham (1922-1988)

Care: The Precedence of Mierle Laderman Ukeles (1939-)

Condensation: Moisei Ginzburg (1892-1946) and the Russian Revolution of 1917

Criticism: Humanities, Georges Perec (1936-1982), Anatole Kopp (1915-1990), Henri Lefebvre (1901-1991), and others

Delirium: Rem Koolhaas (1944-) and the Culture of Congestion

Environmentalism: From the Whole Earth Catalogue (1968-1972) To Everyday Environmentalism

Experience and Situation: From André Breton (1896-1966) to the Situationist International (1957-1972)

Never Demolish!: Lacaton & Vassal and the Built Heritage

Stalemate: The Legacy of Lina Bo Bardi (1914-1992)

The Ugly and the Ordinary: Robert Venturi (1925-2018), Denise Scott Brown (1931-), Edward Ruscha (1937-) and others Utopia: Beyond Charles Fourier (1772-1837) and the Paris Commune (1871)

Photo: Ciro Miguel

Danilo Santos
de Miranda

— Regional
Director of
Sesc São Paulo

Practice in
Context

Everyday life in large cities is based on the coexistence of elements, flows, and tensions. Through socio-cultural exchange and economic configurations, such routine peppers these scenarios with specific temperaments and contours, giving rise to huge social organisms.
In such dynamics, architecture plays a central role in forming habits, occupying spaces, sharing times, and in characterizing the ways of life. At the same time, it is capable of shaping its program from what it is presented as everyday life or, possibly, the ideal. In current times, it can be made apparent when dedicated to the uses and procedures that focus on maintaining and sustaining cities and buildings.
By associating with the present conjuncture, aimed at fostering reflexive and functional propositions, the 12th edition of the International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo encourages observation and action in the urban quotidian, making use of more organic, inclusive and responsible practices that are accessible to society. Also, it seeks to operate within a certain sustainable order by becoming aware that the environment requires solutions.

Together with Instituto de Arquitetos do Brasil (IAB-SP) and Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP), Sesc contributes to the development of a new edition of the Architecture Biennale. At the same time, it intends to shed light on one of its most recent buildings, Sesc 24 de Maio, designed by Paulo Mendes da Rocha and MMBB, a place with its own urban gears and flows. Thus, in keeping with its socio-educational efforts, it aspires to intensify and further the discussions on Architecture in the human dimension of the city.

Photo: Ciro Miguel

Erika Palomino and
Jurandy Valença
— Centro Cultural
São Paulo

Hic et
Nunc

To rethink the urgencies of the urban life using the practices and projects that pan across and establish a dialogue with architecture, design, photography, pedagogy, public policies, and activism. In this sense, nothing could be more natural than the cultural heart of São Paulo city to host—together with Sesc 24 de Maio—this edition of the Biennial, which maintains a direct conversation with our history. After all, CCSP, an iconic building in São Paulo designed by Eurico Prado Lopes and Luiz Telles, is the city’s largest cultural amenity. A pioneering, multidisciplinary institution, and one of the most important architectural works in the country, which, ever since it was inaugurated over 35 years ago, has been part of the affective memory of the people of São Paulo, spanning several generations and establishing itself and a key space for life in this city.

CCSP is the perfect reflection of this edition’s theme, with visitors enjoying on a daily basis its hallways, theaters, libraries, restaurant, gardens, vegetable garden, exhibitions, concerts, workshops, among so many activities, in this building-manifesto of the quotidian and freedoms. A space that is free and plural for all visitors, whose original design is the starting point to understand its vocation: a place of welcoming, belonging, protecting and respecting individualities. Where the streets merge with the facility, and vice versa, and whose construction both stands out and blends with the landscape of the avenues that surround it. A place for live, pulsing encounters, whose events reflect the most current and important themes in the country.

Our time is of hic et nunc, the here and now. Time to reinvent everyday life, to go beyond it, to find new ways to translate how we inhabit not only physically, but also subjectively, the city. And to remember that there are always new ways to envisage and hear, other knowledges, and more ways to be. Because, as Clarice Lispector once said, “What kills me is the day-to-day. I only wanted exceptions.”

Photo: Ciro Miguel

Institute of
Brazilian Architects
– São Paulo
Department

Conflicts and
Poetics of
Everyday Space

Each and every day, the world over, scientists discover 52 new species, some 3,561 people die in car accidents, 37,000 are forced to leave their countries, 356,000 are born, the Internet receives 300 million photos, and together we consume 93 million barrels of oil.

In Brazil, every day, 544 new cars are sold, Uber drivers are called 1.1 million times, 89 people are arrested, and 57 of them are of African descent. Sixty-one workers die in civil construction accidents, 35 million do not receive clean water through their faucets, one species is discovered in the Amazon, 20.6 km2 (7.95 square miles) are deforested, and 6,565 beauty salons are opened.

The residents of São Paulo city consume over half a million pizzas, they lose 249 objects on the subway, make 102 phone calls to complain about Brazilian funk parties, daily. Eleven die from diseases worsened by environmental pollution, 675 blow into breathalyzers, 811,000 families sleep in precarious conditions. One hundred and forty-five street markets are organized, two of them organic, and City Hall removes 32 trees. Sixty-two thousand elevators go up and down all day long.

Every day, the curatorial proposal selected for the 12th BIA (International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo), the first edition in which this choice was made via a public contest, aims at reflecting on the protagonism of the quotidian in the architecture and urbanism of the 21st century.

There is no way to portray everyday life in a universal, generic fashion. Its infinite possibilities, with diverse forms, call for our reflection and practice concerning the constructed environment to turn to the urgencies of urban life, prioritizing situations of higher vulnerability. A focus that questions the abstract practices of planning and designing, which are distant from the trivial aspects of life in the cities, putting people first.

The Institute of Brazilian Architects (Instituto de Arquitetos do Brasil or IAB) brings articulated architects and urbanists together in favor of the democratic and sustainable building of cities. Ever since it was founded in 1921, IAB has sought to promote professional practice as a means to confronting the socio-spatial inequalities in Brazil.

The department of IAB in São Paulo, founded in 1943, represents the category in São Paulo together with the public authority in social participation, as well as acting as a platform for discussion and dissemination of architectural and urbanist culture as in International Architecture Biennials, held since 1973 by IAB-SP. This 12th edition is also a prelude for the 27th World Congress of Architects – UIA2020, in Rio de Janeiro.

Photo: Ciro Miguel

Participants

Name Thematic axis Country Local
Adamo-Faiden Everyday Stories Argentina Sesc 24
Andrés Jaque/Office for Political Innovation Everyday Maintenance Spain / USA Sesc 24
Andrés Sandoval Everyday Maintenance SP, Brazil Sesc 24
Bêka & Lemoine Everyday Stories Italy / France Sesc 24
Bruther Everyday Resources France Sesc 24
Concreto Rosa Everyday Stories RJ, Brazil Sesc 24
Edelaar Mosayebi Inderbitzin Architekten Everyday Maintenance Switzerland Sesc 24
Hélio Menezes Everyday Stories SP, Brazil Sesc 24
Universum Carrousel Journey - Studio Jan de Vylder Everyday Resources Belgium Sesc 24
Vão Everyday Stories SP, Brazil Sesc 24
Wellington Cançado, Renata Marques Everyday Resources BH, Brazil Sesc 24
Wolff Architects Everyday Stories South Africa Sesc 24
23 Sul, Consórcio HNL Everyday Stories SP, Brazil CCSP
Lanza Atelier Everyday Stories Mexico CCSP
Anna Marijke Weber, Professorship for Urban Design (TU Munich), Professur Gebäudelehre und Grundlagen des Entwerfens (RWTH Aachen), BHSF Architekten Everyday Stories Deutchland CCSP
Eva Le Roi, Pierre Burquel Everyday Stories France / Belgium CCSP
Talles Lopes Everyday Stories Anápolis, Brazil CCSP
Darío Graschinsky, Pablo Ferraro, Joaquina Echaide, Pablo Manrique Everyday Stories Argentina CCSP
Pedro Motta Everyday Stories CCSP
Unolauno Everyday Stories Romania/Italy CCSP
Rina Rolli, Noël Picco, David Moser, Oliver Burch Everyday Stories Switzerland CCSP
Arquitetura na Periferia Everyday Stories MG, Brazil CCSP
Dierendonckblancke Architecten Everyday Stories Belgium CCSP
Salottobuono Everyday Stories Italy CCSP
Prof. Dr. Tom Avermaete (ETH Zurich) Everyday Stories Switzerland CCSP
Architecture Museum of the TU Munich (TUM): Access for All Exhibition, Daniel Talesnik, Andres Lepik, Mariana Vilela, Ciro Miguel, Danilo Zamboni, Guilherme Pianca, Gabriel Sepe, Kathryn Gillmore, Pedro Kok, Mariana Lourenço Everyday Stories Deutchland CCSP
Li Tavor Everyday Stories Switzerland CCSP
Kosmos Everyday Stories Russia CCSP
Atelier Bow Wow Everyday Stories Japan CCSP
TVK architectes urbanistes Everyday Stories France CCSP
Cristina Bellucci, Janina Zollinger, Anouk Schepens Everyday Stories Switzerland CCSP
Gaby Rocha Everyday Stories RJ, Brazil CCSP
Veronika Spielerung Everyday Stories Switzerland CCSP
Felipe De Ferrari, OnArchitecture Everyday Stories France / Chile CCSP
MaciverekChevroulet Everyday Stories Switzerland CCSP
Prof.Dr. Alexandre Delijaicov, Prof.Dr. Mario Gandelsonas, FAU USP, Princeton University Everyday Resources Brazil / USA CCSP
Terrain Architects, Timothy Latim Everyday Resources Uganda / Japan CCSP
SPBR arquitetos Everyday Resources SP, Brazil CCSP
unparelld’arquitectes Everyday Resources Spain CCSP
Prof.Dr. Fernando Lara, Universidade do Texas em Austin (UTSOA) Everyday Resources Brazil / USA CCSP
Bovenbouw Architectuur Everyday Resources Belgium CCSP
Camila Bevilaqua, Pedro Zylbersztajn Everyday Resources RJ, Brazil CCSP
AR Arquitetos, Arquipélago, Messina Rivas, Federico Cairoli Everyday Resources SP, Brazil CCSP
Sascha Delz, Rainer Hehl, Patricia Ventura, (ETH Zurich) Prof. Dr. Marc Angélil Everyday Resources Switzerland / Deutchland / Brazil CCSP
Landandcc Everyday Resources Holland / Turkey / Hong Kong CCSP
Mouraria 53 Everyday Resources Salvador, Brazil CCSP
MIT CRITICAL BROADCASTING LAB
Ana Miljački, Trevor Herman Hilker, Gideon Schwartzman, Stratton Coffman, Sarah Wagner and Sydney Cinalli
Everyday Resources USA CCSP
Jocelyn Froimovich, Johanna Muszbek, Universidade de Liverpool Everyday Resources Chile / Hungria / England CCSP
Meredith Carruthers, Susannah Wesley Everyday Resources Canada CCSP
Estúdio Flume Everyday Resources SP, Brazil CCSP
Team 614 Everyday Resources France / Brazil CCSP
Prof. Dr. Ding Wowo, Prof. Dr. Cary Siress, Nanjing University Everyday Resources China / USA CCSP
Prostor Collective Everyday Resources Russia CCSP
Oliver J. Curtis, Gabriel Muñoz Moreno Everyday Resources USA / Spain CCSP
Rural Urban Framework Everyday Resources Honk Kong / UK CCSP
Eduardo Pizarro e Felipe Felix Everyday Resources SP, Brazil CCSP
Aline Zorzo Everyday Resources RJ, Brazil CCSP
Scanvision Everyday Resources Switzerland CCSP
Fabiano Rodrigues Everyday Resources SP, Brazil CCSP
Prof. Dr. Henk M. Jonkers, TU Delft Everyday Maintenance Holland CCSP
Auá Arquitetos Everyday Maintenance SP, Brazil CCSP
Associates Architecture Everyday Maintenance Italy CCSP
Mapping-lab Everyday Maintenance SP, Brazil CCSP
Manuella Ferreira Leboreiro
Everyday Maintenance SP, Brazil CCSP
Gabriel Sepe Camargo Everyday Maintenance SP, Brazil CCSP
Philippe Rizzotti, Pablo Georgieff, Marcos Da Silva Everyday Maintenance France / Brazil CCSP
KPM Kerem Piker Mimarlık Everyday Maintenance Turkey CCSP
Manasseris Depetris Everyday Maintenance Argentina CCSP
Green Technologies in Landscape Architecture TU Munich Everyday Maintenance Deutchland CCSP
Ester Carro Bashalidis Everyday Maintenance SP, Brazil CCSP
Olga Treivas, Katia Ageeva, Jorge Orozco, Vera Odyn Everyday Maintenance Russia CCSP
Max Núñez Arquitectos Everyday Maintenance Chile CCSP
Sheroll Martins Everyday Maintenance SP, Brazil CCSP
dorfundrust Everyday Maintenance Austria / Deutchland CCSP
muf architecture/art Everyday Maintenance England CCSP
Brandão Costa Lima Everyday Maintenance Portugal CCSP
Hironaka & Suib Everyday Maintenance USA CCSP
Luisa Carvalho Zucchi Everyday Maintenance SP, Brazil CCSP
Ana Flávia Maximiano Maru Everyday Maintenance Goiânia, Brazil CCSP
Yiftah Peled Everyday Maintenance Vitória, Brazil CCSP
Sibling Architecture Everyday Maintenance Austrália CCSP
Maria Fernanda Tellez Velasco, Leo Streich Publicações Mexico / Deutchland CCSP
A-M-A (Switzerland) Publications Portugal CCSP
Maximillian Nowotka Publications Venezuela CCSP
Marian Rosa van Bodegraven Publications SP, Brazil CCSP
Andrea Bit Publications Italy CCSP
Serrana Robledo Publications Uruguay CCSP
O grupo inteiro + aarea Site São Paulo CCSP

Program

Day Hour Venue Title Event InfosVenue
09.10.2019 11h - 12h30 Sesc 24 Exhibition Opening Opening
11h - 12h30
Sesc 24
09.10.2019 17h - 18h Sesc 24 Andrés Jaque (Office for Political Innovation, Spain/USA) Keynote
17h - 18h
Sesc 24
09.10.2019 18h - 20h Sesc 24 Everyday
Andrés Jaque (Office for Political Innovation, Spain/USA)
Fraya Frehse (São Paulo)
Geisa Garibaldi (Concreto Rosa, Rio de Janeiro)
Hélio Menezes (Salvador)
Marta Moreira (MMBB, São Paulo)
Mediação: Charlotte Vanessa Grossman, Ciro Miguel e Malterre-Barthes
Debate
18h - 20h
+ Sesc 24
09.11.2019 10h - 12h Sesc 24 Anthropocene
Cafira Zoé (São Paulo)
Jerá Guarani (Tenondé Porã)
Renzo Taddei
(São Paulo)
Thiago Benucci
(São Paulo)
Mediação: Renata Marquez e Wellington Cançado (Piseagrama,
Belo Horizonte)
Debate
10h - 12h
+ Sesc 24
09.11.2019 13h-15h Sesc 24 Access for All: São Paulo's Architectural Infrastructures
Enrique Walker (Chile/USA)
Fraya Frehse (São Paulo)
José Lira (São Paulo)
Marcelo Ferraz (Brasil Arquitetura, São Paulo)
Renato Anelli (São Paulo)
Mediação: Daniel Talesnik (Architekturmuseum der TUM, Deutchland/Chile)
Debate
13h-15h
+ Sesc 24
09.11.2019 16h -18h Sesc 24 Edelaar Mosayebi, Metro Arquitetos, Helena Cavalheiro
Elli Mosayebi (Edelaar Mosayebi Inderbitzin, Switzerland)
Metro Arquitetos (São Paulo, Brasil)
Helena Cavalheiro ( São Paulo, Brasil)
Lecture
16h -18h
+ Sesc 24
09.11.2019 19h - 20h Sesc 24 Bêka & Lemoine
Ila Bêka (Italy)
Aula Magna
19h - 20h
+ Sesc 24
09.12.2019 11h - 12h Sesc 24 The Ordinary
Enrique Walker (Chile/USA)
Ligia Nobre (São Paulo)
Debate / Book Launch
11h - 12h
+ Sesc 24
09.12.2019 16h - 18h Sesc 24 Adamo-Faiden, Andrés Sandoval, Vão, Wolff
Marcelo Faiden (Adamo-Faiden, Argentina)
Andrés Sandoval (São Paulo)
Anna Juni, Enk te Winkel e Gustavo Delonero (Vão, São Paulo)
Heinrich Wolff (Wolff Architects, Cidade do Cabo)
Lecture
16h - 18h
+ Sesc 24
09.13.2019 16h CCSP Exhibition Opening and Visiting Opening
16h
CCSP
09.13.2019 17h CCSP Beatriz Colomina (Spain/USA) Keynote
17h
CCSP
09.13.2019 16h Sesc 24 Bêka & Lemoine Retrospective – Koolhaas Houselife, 1998, 58’ Film
16h
Sesc 24
09.13.2019 18h Sesc 24 Bêka & Lemoine Retrospective – 25 Bis, 2014, 46’ Film
18h
Sesc 24
09.13.2019 18h CCSP Architectures of the Everyday
Alexandre Delijaicov (São Paulo) Beatriz Colomina (Spain/USA) Francesco Perrotta-Bosch (São Paulo) Gabriela de Matos (Belo Horizonte) Javier Agustín Rojas (Argentina) Mario Gandelsonas (Argentina/USA) Mediação: Vanessa Grossman, Charlotte Malterre-Barthes e Ciro Miguel
Debate
18h
+ CCSP
09.13.2019 18h30 CCSP Architectures of the Everyday
Cerimônia de abertura IAB Nacional, IAB SP, BR, CCSP, PMSP/SMC, Sesc e Arq.Futuro Entrega do Colar de Ouro do IAB Considerações das entidades de arquitetura e urbanismo do Brasil
Opening
18h30
+ CCSP
09.13.2019 20h - 22h00 CCSP Opening Party Opening
20h - 22h00
CCSP
09.14.2019 14h - 16h CCSP Architectures of the Everyday Talks
Li Tavor (switzerland) Merve Bedir (Holland/Turkey/Hong Kong) Johanna Muszbek e Jocelyn Froimovich - University of Liverpool (England) Eva Le Roi e Pierre Burquel (France/Belgium) Studio Associates (Italy) Meredith Carruthers (Canada) Mediação: Vanessa Grossman, Charlotte Malterre-Barthes e Ciro Miguel
Debate
14h - 16h
+ CCSP
09.15.2019 14h - 16h CCSP Architectures of the Everyday Talks
Darío Graschinsky (Argentina)
23 Sul (São Paulo)
Rina Rolli, Noël Picco, David Moser e Oliver Burch (Suíça),
Cristina Bellucci, Janina Zollinger e Anouk Schepens (Suíça)
AR arquitetos (São Paulo)
Arquipélago Arquitetos (São Paulo)
Messina Rivas (São Paulo)
Moderação: Vanessa Grossman, Charlotte Malterre-Barthes, Ciro Miguel
Debate
14h - 16h
+ CCSP
09.17.2019 14h - 16h CCSP Architectures of the Everyday Talks
Gabriel Sepe Camargo (São Paulo) Pedro Alban (Salvador) Fabiano Rodrigues (São Paulo) Victor Berbel (São Paulo)
Eduardo Pizarro (São Paulo) Vera Odyn and Olga Trievas (Russia)
Debate
14h - 16h
+ CCSP
09.17.2019 16h CCSP John Szot (USA)
John Szot (USA) Samira Daneshvar e Veruska Vasconez (Irã/Canada/USA)
Palestra
16h
+ CCSP
09.17.2019 16h Sesc 24 Bêka & Lemoine Retrospective - 24 heures sur place, 2014, 90’ Film
16h
Sesc 24
09.17.2019 18h Sesc 24 Bêka & Lemoine Retrospective – Barbicania, 2014, 90’ Film
18h
Sesc 24
09.18.2019 16h - 18h CCSP The Steel
Eng.ª Heloísa Maringoni (São Paulo)
Eng.ºJosé Eduardo Ribeiro de Carvalho (CSN, Volta Redonda)
Metro Arquitetos (São Paulo) Mediação: Marco Artigas (São Paulo)
Debate
16h - 18h
+ CCSP
09.18.2019 18h - 20h Sesc 24 Politics of the Everyday: Race, Social Class and Gender in Architecture
Tainá de Paula (São Paulo) Joice Berth (São Paulo) Ester Carro (São Paulo) Maíra Fernandes (São Paulo) Tings Chak (São Paulo) Mediação: Vanessa Grossman, Ciro Miguel e Charlotte-Malterre Barthes
Lecture
18h - 20h
+ Sesc 24
09.19.2019 16h Sesc 24 Bêka & Lemoine Retrospective – The Infinite Happiness, 2015, 90’ Film
16h
Sesc 24
09.19.2019 18h Sesc 24 Bêka & Lemoine Retrospective – Moriyama San, 2017, 63’ Film
18h
Sesc 24
09.20.2019 14h - 16h Sesc 24 New Republic
Hélio Menezes (Salvador)
Walking Tour
14h - 16h
+ Sesc 24
09.20.2019 18h - 20h Sesc 24 Spaces of Disobedience: PISEAGRAMA 13 Journal Launch
Vânia Medeiros (São Paulo) Fernando Banzi (São Paulo) Grupo Contrafilé (São Paulo)

Mediação: Paula Lobato e Felipe Carnevalli (Belo Horizonte)
Debate / Journal Launch
18h - 20h
+ Sesc 24
09.21.2019 14h - 16h Sesc 24 Calçadão
Andrés Sandoval (São Paulo)
Workshop
14h - 16h
+ Sesc 24
09.27.2019 16h - 18h CCSP Polyvalent Everyday Spaces
Lecture Prof. Dr. Martina Baum
Debate Prof. Cristiane Muniz, Prof. Markus Vogl and Prof. José Paulo Gouvêa
Universidade de Stuttgart, Instituto de Planejamento Urbano e Design - Alemanha
Escola da Cidade, Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo - Brasil
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Arquitectura Diseño y Urbanismo - ArgentinaEscola da Cidade
Universidade de Stuttgart
Instituto Goethe
Prof. Martina Baum
Prof. Markus Vogl
Prof. José Paulo Gouvêa
Lecture / Debate
16h - 18h
+ CCSP
09.27.2019 18h - 20h Sesc 24 Architecture of Maintenance
Luís Felipe Abbud (São Paulo)
Capitã Ana Flores - Corpo de Bombeiros do Centro (São Paulo)
Claudete Lindoso (Ocupação Nove de Julho)
Gabriel Sepe (São Paulo)
Celso Sampaio (São Paulo)

Mediação: Laura Maringoni (São Paulo)
Debate
18h - 20h
+ Sesc 24
10.02.2019 9h - 18h CCSP Learning Urban Architecture With the City (As It Is)
Michael Koch (Alemanha)
Bernd Kniess (Alemanha)
Prof. Ana Paula Koury (São Paulo)
Prof. Renato Anelli (São Carlos)
Prof. Maira Rios (São Paulo)
Prof. Vinicius Andrade (São Paulo)
Alexandre Delijaicov (São Paulo)
Jeferson Tavares (São Carlos)
Susan Ritschel (São Paulo)
Lecture / Workshop
9h - 18h
+ CCSP
10.03.2019 15h CCSP Everyday: Studio MK27 Houses
Marcio Kogan (MK27, São Paulo)
Pedro Luiz Mendes da Silva Junior (Comgás, São Paulo)

Mediação: IABsp
Lecture
15h
+ CCSP
10.04.2019 9h - 18h CCSP Learning Urban Architecture With the City (As It Is)
Michael Koch (Alemanha)
Bernd Kniess (Alemanha)
Prof. Ana Paula Koury (São Paulo)
Prof. Renato Anelli (São Carlos)
Prof. Maira Rios (São Paulo)
Prof. Vinicius Andrade (São Paulo)
Alexandre Delijaicov (São Paulo)
Jeferson Tavares (São Carlos)
Susan Ritschel (São Paulo)
Lecture / Workshop
9h - 18h
+ CCSP
10.10.2019 15h CCSP Everyday in the Heights: The Apartment Buildings of SPBR Arquitetos
Angelo Bucci (SPBR, São Paulo) Mônica Junqueira (São Paulo) Silvio Kozuchowicz (São Paulo) Mediação: Raul Juste Lores (São Paulo)
Lecture
15h
+ CCSP
10.16.2019 16h CCSP Everyday: Urban Infrastructure
Renata Semin (Piratininga arquitetos, São Paulo)
Carla Araujo Sautchuk (Comgás, São Paulo)

Mediação: IABsp
Lecture
16h
+ CCSP
10.17.2019 16h CCSP Everyday Memories
Gustavo Bambini Eduardo Colonelli Marianna Boghosian Mediação: Francesca Angiolillo (Folha)
Lecture
16h
+ CCSP
10.23.2019 16h-18 CCSP The New Dynamics of the Everyday: FGMF and Superlimão
FGMF (São Paulo)
Thiago Rodrigues (Superlimão, São Paulo)
Lucila Torqueto (Casa de Valentina, São Paulo)
Silvio Kozuchowicz (SKR, São Paulo)

Mediação: Fernando Serapião (São Paulo)
Lecture
16h-18
+ CCSP
10.24.2019 10h - 12h CCSP XVI Week Viver Metrópole Mackenzie
10h - 12h
CCSP
10.23.2019 14h - 17h CCSP Architects Without Borders + XVI Week Viver Metrópole Mackenzie Workshop
14h - 17h
CCSP
10.31.2019 15h CCSP Wilton Paes de Almeida Building
Dia de Festa (77 min)
Pele de Vidro (14 min)

Pablo Georgieff
Toni Venturi
Ivanete Araujo - FLM /MMLJ
Silmara Congo - MTSC
Denise Zmekhol
Film / Debate
15h
+ CCSP
11.02.2019 10h Meeting Point: Praça da Liberdade - São Paulo Downtown Black São Paulo Walking Tour
Sheroll Martins (São Paulo)
Guilherme Soares (São Paulo)
Workshop
10h
+ Meeting Point: Praça da Liberdade - São Paulo Downtown
11.22.2019 16h-18h CCSP Metallic Structures
José Eduardo Ribeiro de Carvalho (CSN)
Workshop
16h-18h
+ CCSP
11.27.2019 18h CCSP Paulo Mendes da Rocha Lecture
18h
CCSP
12.08.2019 18h30 - 22h CCSP Ceremony and Closing Party Closing
18h30 - 22h
CCSP
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Everyday takes place from September 10 to December 9, 2019. At Sesc 24 de Maio from September 10 to September 28, 2019 and at Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP) from September 13 to December 9, 2019.
Everyday takes place in two buildings-manifesto of São Paulo’s quotidian, following the three thematic axes. The exhibition “Everyday” (from September 10 to 29, 2019) presents a network of interventions produced by interdisciplinary teams establishing a dialogue with the everyday of Sesc 24 de Maio (2017), designed by Paulo Mendes da Rocha and MMBB.
The exhibition “Architectures of the Everyday” (from September 13 to December 8, 2019), held at the Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP) (1982), designed by Eurico Prado and Luiz Telles, shows architectural projects, urbanism, installations, photographs and videos from more than 20 countries that attempt to reimagine how the everyday shapes our world.

Institute of
Brazilian Architects

National President
Nivaldo Andrade (IAB-BA)

National Vice-President
Fabiano Melo (IAB-PB)

General Secretary
Luiz Antônio de Souza (IAB-BA)

Financial and Administrative Director
Solange Araujo (IAB-BA)

Cultural Director
Roberto Ghione (IAB-PE)

Regional Vice-Presidents
Carlos Lucas Mali (CO), Custodio Santos (NE), José Augusto Bessa (N), Fernando Túlio Salva Rocha Franco (SE), Carlos Alberto Sant’Ana (S)

Extraordinary
Vice-Presidents

Luiz Reis (Caixa de Fomento e Sustentabilidade / Development and Sustainabilty Office), Célio Melis (Valorização Profissional / Professional Development), Aníbal Verri Junior (Núcleos / Centers)

Institute of Brazilian Architects – São Paulo Department

President
Fernando Túlio Salva Rocha Franco

1st Vice-President
Marco Artigas Forti

2nd Vice-President
Luciana de Oliveira Royer

Financial Vice-President
José Armênio de Brito Cruz (licenciado/on leave)

Financial Director
Marcelo Fonseca Ignatios

Secretariat
1º Guido D’Elia Otero
2º Marcela Alonso Ferreira

Board of Directors
Taís Jamra Tsukumo
Maíra Fernandes Silva
Pedro Vada

Extraordinary Director of Collection
Maria Helena de Moraes Barros Flynn

Local Extraordinary Director
Marco Antonio D’Elia Junior

Fiscal Council
Hannah Arcuschin Machado Roberto Portugal Albuquerque

Superior Council (Standing Members)
Edson Jorge Elito, Rossella Rossetto, Pedro Mendes da Rocha (licenciado/on leave), Rosana Ferrari, Alan Cury, Debora Frazatto, Weber Sutti

Superior Council (Alternate Members)
Marcos de Azevedo Acayaba, Jacobina Albu Vaisman, Claudio Barbosa Ferreira, Rafael Patrick Schimidt, Rafael Mielnik, Maria Claudia Levy Figliolino, Renato Luiz Martins Nunes, Fabiane Carneiro

Collegiate Organs
Representatives
Celso Sampaio, Stephanie Ribeiro (CMPU); Samira Rodrigues, Lucas Ferreira (CMH); Eloísa Balieiro Ikeda (SCBH-BT); Renato Anelli, Eduardo Augusto Costa (CONDEPHAAT); Renata Moreira (CONESAN); Caio Boucinhas (FEMA); Mariana Boghosian Al Assal, Mônica Junqueira de Camargo (CONPRESP); Beatriz Kara José, Letícia Moreira Sigolo (CGZEIS-3 Campos Elíseos); Lucas Ferreira (FMSAI); Elisa Prado, Renato Tadeu Barbato (CPA); Mariana Kimie da Silva Nito, Natalie Barusso (CPPU); Daniel Todtmann Montandon, Joice Berth (CTLU); Simone Gatti, Guido D’elia Otero (OUC); Catarina Christina Teixeira, Estevão Sabatier (OUCAE); Luiza De Souza Strauss, Camila Savioli Silveira (OUCFL); Laisa Eleonora (OUCAB); Carolina Heldt D’almeida (CECM-SP); Lucio Fleury De Oliveira Bichara (CADES)

IABsp Team
Emerson Fioravante, Ariosvaldo Siqueira de França Consultancy for content production Vanessa Corrêa Consultancy for cultural incentive law Leila Gazzaneo Fundaraising Ivanise Calil and Sofia Mattos Assistance Vinicius Bessa, Fernanda Trotti

Sesc – Social Service of Commerce
Administração Regional no Estado de São Paulo

Regional
Council President

Abram Szajman 

Regional
Department Director

Danilo Santos de Miranda

Superintendents
Social-Technical Joel Naimayer Padula Social Communication Ivan Giannini Administration Luiz Deoclécio Massaro Galina Consultancy for Technical and Planning Sérgio José Battistelli

Management
Arts and technology Juliana Braga de Mattos Studies and Development Marta Colabone Graphic Arts Hélcio Magalhães Publicity and Promotion Marcos Carvalho International Relations Consultancy Aurea Vieira Sesc 24 de Maio Paulo Casale 

Sesc Team
Adriana Iervolino, Carolina Barmell, Cristina Tobias, Eduardo Bianco, Gabriela Xabay, Heloisa Pisani, Ilona Hertel, Isabella Bellinger, José Artur Amaro, Karina Musumeci, Juliana Okuda, Leonardo de Assis Azevedo, Leonardo Borges, Marina Burity, Nilva Luz, Rodrigo Souza, Samanta Sadoiama, Samara Eiras dos Santos, Simone Wicca, Suamit Barreiro, Thiago Freire, Tiago Marchesano, Tina Cassie, Valéria Boa Sorte and Walter Bertotti de Souza

São Paulo Mayor
Bruno Covas
Secretary of Culture
Alê Youssef

CENTRO CULTURAL SÃO PAULO

Diretora Geral
Erika Palomino
Diretor Adjunto
Jurandy Valença
Secretária
Veruska Matos

Curatorships
Supervisor Rodolfo Beltrão Visual Arts Maria Adelaide Pontes Film Célio Franceschet, Carlos Gabriel Pergoraro Dance Sônia Sobral Literature Hélio Menezes Fashion Karlla Girotto Music Alexandre Matias Performance Maurício Ianês Adult Theater Kil Abreu Children’s Theater Lizette Negreiros Cultural Articulation Jaergenton Corrêa Cultural Action Supervision Adriane Bertini Archive Supervision Eduardo Navarro Library Supervision Juliana Lazarim  Information Supervision Fábio Polido Production Supervision Luciana Mantovani Management Unit Francis Vieira Soares Project Unit Kelly Santiago e Walter Siqueira CCSP Expography Jeff Keese Press Office Neriê Bento

12th International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo

Execution
Institute of Brazilian Architects – São Paulo Department

Jury for the
curatorship competition

Adèle Naudé Santos (USA), André Corrêa do Lago (Brazil), Carla Juaçaba (Brazil), Fabiane Carneiro (Brazil – IABsp), Gabriela Leandro (Brazil), Gloria Cabral (Paraguai/Paraguay), Lu Wenyu (China), Marcela Ferreira (Brazil – IABsp), Marisa Moreira Salles (Brazil), Patricia Anahory (Cabo Verde/Cape Verde), Pedro Vada (Brazil – IABsp), Thiago de Andrade (Brazil), Wang Shu (China)

Curatorship
Vanessa Grossman

Is an architect, a historian of architecture, and a curator working on architecture’s intersections with ideology, power, and government policies. She holds a professional diploma in architecture and urbanism from the University of São Paulo, a master's degree in the history of architecture from the Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, and has recently completed her PhD in the history and theory of architecture at Princeton University. Grossman is the 2015 Carter Manny Award for doctoral dissertation writing from the Graham Foundation. She was selected postdoctoral researcher as one of first two fellows of the newly created Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture at ETH Zurich (deferred to 2019–20). She was the assistant curator of La modernité, promesse ou menace? the French Pavilion at the 14th Venice International Architecture Biennale (2014), which received a special mention from the jury, and co-curator of the exhibition Une architecture de l'engagement: L'AUA (1960–85) at the Cité de l'architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris (2015–16), both together with Jean-Louis Cohen.

Charlotte Malterre-Barthes

Is an architect, urban designer, and contemporary scholar.  Graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Marseille, she holds a PhD from ETH Zurich on the effects of the political economy of food on the built environment, with a focus on Egypt. Principal of the urban design practice OMNIBUS, Malterre-Barthes is director of the MAS Urban Design at the Chair of Marc Angélil at ETH Zurich since 2014. In 2018-2019, she was a guest professor at the TU Berlin, investigating predatorial real-estate in the German capital. She published recently Some Haunted Spaces in Singapore (Edition Patrick Frey,(2018) and Eileen Gray: A House under the Sun (Nobrow, 2019); and co-authored with Marc Angélil Housing Cairo: The Informal Response (Ruby Press, DAM prizewinner 2016). Malterre-Barthes is a founding member of the Parity Group, a grassroots association committed to improving gender equality and intersectionality in architecture.

Ciro Miguel

Is an architect, visual artist, and photographer. He holds a professional diploma in architecture and urbanism from the University of São Paulo and a master’s research degree in advanced architectural design from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. He works as assistant professor in architectural design at ETH Zurich since 2013, collaborating with the departmental chair, Marc Angélil, since 2014. He was a partner at Angelo Bucci/ SPBR arquitetos in 2003–07 and 2010–13, and an architect at Bernard Tschumi Architects in New York from 2008 to 2010. As an architect and artist, he participated in various exhibitions in both Brazil and Europe, including the two last editions of the Venice International Architecture Biennale and the International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo in 2016.

Production Laura Maringoni (diretora/director); Ana Chun, Helena Cavalheiro (produtora executiva/executive producer); Paula Marujo (produtora / producer); Beatriz Buendia, Daniela Navarro, Larissa Reis, Manoela Roselino, Pietra Kurgan (assistente de produção/production assistant) Architecture Metro Arquitetos – Gustavo Cedroni, Martin Corullon, Stella Bloise e Mateus Loschi Graphic Design Estúdio Margem e Estúdio Campo – Nathalia Cury, Alexandre Utchitel, João Pedro Nogueira, Paula Tinoco e Roderico Souza Engineering Heloisa Maringoni e Murilo Jarreta Educational action Matias Monteiro (coordenador) Assembling Pedro Cruz (coordenador/coordinator), Sandra Santos, Juan Castro, Miguel de Freitas, Elvis V. Moreira, Andrey Feixas, Caio Caruso, Fellipe Albertin, Jeff Lemes e Felipe Soranz Audiovisual Aya Technology Visual communication Watervision Scenography and Installations construction Scenography and Installations construction Artos Cenografia, DDF Produções, Oficina São João, Clima Flex e Somar Electrical project MMF e DDF Translation and proofreading Alyne Azuma, Traduzca Photography André Scarpa Press Office Pool de Comunicação – Marcy Junqueira e Martim Pelisson Legal Counseling Mab Advogados Insurance Affinité seguros

Open Call Jury
Renato Cymbalista, Gabriela de Matos, Javier Agustín Rojas

Scientific Committee
Marc Angélil, Maurício Candeloro, Agnaldo Farias, Marija Maric, Ana Luiza Nobre, Javier Agustín Rojas, Irene Sunwoo, Aura Luz Melis.

Participating teams in the curatorship competition
(Da cidade política às alianças cosmopolíticas; Radiografias da produção do espaço; Corpos constroem espaços, espaços constroem corpos; Civilização; Margens, confluências. Espaços em movimento; O outro e a qualidade de ser diferente, A residência como partido para um mundo melhor; Da forma à distinção; A cidade total; Ecossistêmica; No lugar de; Por um presente alternativo entre o real e o desejado) Benjamin Seroussi, Caio Jade, Graziela Kunsch, Hélio Menezes, Joice Berth, Kazuo Nakano, Lizete Rubano, Marcelo Maia Rosa, Maria Inês Nassif, Mônica Junqueira, Ruth Verde Zein.

Acknowledgments
Alfinete Galeria, ArchDaily,Arq.Futuro, Baró Galeria, Baú - laboratório audiovisual escola da cidade, Casa Cor, Casa Nova Arte e Cultura Contemporânea, Casa Triângulo, Central Galeria, FAMA - Fundação Marcos Amaro, Fortes D'aiola & Gabriel, Galeria Cavalo, Galeria Jaqueline Martins, Galeria Kogan Amaro, Galeria Leme, Galeria Luisa Strina, Galeria Lume, Galeria Marília Razuk, Galeria Millan, Galeria Nara Roesler, Galeria Pilar, Galeria Presidente/Reggae, Galeria Raquel Arnaud, Galeria Superfície, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Instituto Moreira Salles, Instituto Lina Bo Bardi, Luciana Brito Galeria, Luciana Caravello, Mendes Wood DM, Periscópio Arte Contemporânea, Periscópio Arte Contemporânea, Sé Galeria, Silvia cintra + Box4, Teatro Oficina, Zipper Galeria.
Adriana Affortunati, Airton Bobrow, Alberto Simon, Alexandre Ramos Lucidi, Alexandre Theriot, Alexandre Wagner, Alexis Kalagas, Alice Ricci, Alvaro Seixas, AMF (Associação Massa Falida), Ana Carmen Longobardi, Ana Elisa Egreja, Ana Serra, Ana Teresa Meirelles, André Czitrom, André Kovesi, Andrea Rocco, Andreas Sakellaris, Marc Angélil (ETH Zurich), Angelo Bucci, Anna Israel, Anna Paola Busnardo, Arnaldo Pappalardo, Artur Lescher, Aura Luz Melis, Bassy e Beto Machado, Benjamin Serroussi (Pro-Helvetia), Beta Germano, Botti & Rubin Arquitetos, Bruno Baptistelli, Bruno Cançado, Carla Chaim, Carolina Barnell, Cary Siress, Cássio Vasconcellos, Catarina, Celso Lomonte Minozzi, Christina de Castro Mello, CL Salvaro Claudia Jaguaribe, Clarissa Mohany, Cristiano Mascaro, Cristina Becker, Cristina Miguel, Daniel Corsi da Silva, Daniel de Paula, Daniel Talesnik, David Barragán, Déborah Zaverucha Grossman, Diana Jiménez Gil (Acción Cultural Española), Diego Ceresuela, Dorothéa Lola Pinkusfeld Grossman, Dudi Maia Rosa, Duncan (Pro-Helvetia), Eduardo Veiga, Eide Feldon, Elias Grossman Sakellaris, Elisabetta Giordano (ETH Zurich), Elisa Bracher, Elli Mosayebi, Estela Sokol, Fabio Miguez, Fernanda Teixeira, Flora Rebollo, Francisco Gracindo de Araujo Miranda, Frederico Filippi, Gabriela Mureb, Gabriella Abuleac, Genilson Soares, Gilberto Belleza, Gisele Camargo, Giselle Beiguelman, Guga Szabzon, Guilherme Pianca, Guilherme Tavares, Guillermo Duerig, Guto Lacaz, Ícaro Lira, Inge Tailleux, Irene Sunwoo, Ivan Grilo, Ivan Padovani, Jac Leirner, Jaime Cupertino, James D. Graham (Columbia Books on Architecture and the City), Jan de Vylder, Javier Agustín Rojas, Jean-Louis Cohen, Jens Hausmann, João Guarantani (British Council São Paulo), João Guilherme Dal Fabbro, João Paulo Miguel, João Sodré, José Lira Luiz Guilherme de Mello, José Paulo Gouvêa, Juliana Braga, Juliane Gomes (British Council São Paulo), Julio José Franco Neves, Karina Huessner, Laura Almeida, Laura Vinci, Leda Catunda, Lenora de Barros, Leonard Streitch, Lorenz Bürgi, Louis Bürgi-Malterre, Louis Logodin (Consulado Geral da France em São Paulo), Lourival Cuquinha, Luana Demange, Lucas Bambozzi, Lucas Dupin, Lukas Graf, Lucas Simões, Luciana Paiva, Luiza Baldan, Luiza Brenner, Lukas Graf, Maguy Etlin, Mano Penalva, Manoel Veiga, Manoela Medeiros, Marc, Marcelo Cipis, Marcelo Ignatios, Márcio Grossman, Marcius Galan, Marcos Amaro, Marcos Rosa, Maria José Feitosa, Maria Montero, Mariana Manhães, Mariana Vilela, Marija Maric, Marina Rheingantz, Marina Saleme Nazareno, Marta Rincón (Acción Cultural Española), Martha Bucci, Mauricio Candeloro, Milton Braga, Monica Lebrao Sendra (Institut Franceis-Paris), Nadia Somekh Patricia Pereira Martins, Natasha Barzaghi Geenen, Nino Cais, Noah Grossman Sakellaris, Pablo Alvarenga, Pablo Vieira, Paul Setubal, Paula Azevedo, Paulo Mendes da Rocha, Paulo Monteiro, Paulo Pasta, Paulo R. Giaquinto, Paulo Sergio Ribeiro, Paulo Whitaker, Pedro Caetano, Pedro France, Philip Ursprung (ETH Zurich), Rafa Alonso, Rafael Antonio Cunha Perrone, Rafael Lacerda, Rafael Pagatini, Randolpho Lamonier, Raphael Escobar, Raquel Kogan, Rejane Cantoni, Renata Pedrosa, Ricardo C. Campos, Rodolfo Viana, Rodrigo Martins, Rodrigo Sassi, Romain Dumesnil, Romy Pocztaruk, Ron Santing (Consulado Geral do Reino dos Países Baixos em São Paulo), Ruby Press, Sergio Sister, Shirley Paes Leme, Silvio de Camillis Borges, Simone Cupello, Simone Fontana, Sofia Borges, Sol Camacho, Sol Casal, Sophie Piticco, Tatiana Chalhoub, Thales Caramella, Thiago Martins de Melo, Tiago Mestre, Tiago Tebet, Vera Lucia Domschke, Verena Smit, Wagner Malta, Yasmin Guimarães, Zeljko Medved (ETH Zurich).

Entrada livre

Acessibilidade

Direções

CCSP
Av. Vergueiro, 1000,
30122 São Paulo, SP

Hour
Tue - Fri: 10h - 20h
Sat / Sun / holidays:
10h - 18h

Sesc 24
R. 24 de Maio, 109,
30122 São Paulo, SP

Hour
Tue - Sat: 9h - 21h
Sun / holidays:
9h - 18h

Distribuição de ingressos na Central de Atendimento, uma hora antes da atividade, enquanto houver disponibilidade.

12ª Bienal Internacional de
Arquitetura de São Paulo
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Everyday takes place from September 10 to December 9, 2019. At Sesc 24 de Maio from September 10 to September 28, 2019 and at Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP) from September 13 to December 9, 2019.
Everyday takes place in two buildings-manifesto of São Paulo’s quotidian, following the three thematic axes. The exhibition Everyday (from September 10 to 29, 2019) presents a network of interventions produced by interdisciplinary teams establishing a dialogue with the everyday of Sesc 24 de Maio (2017), designed by Paulo Mendes da Rocha and MMBB.
The exhibition Architectures of the Everyday (from September 13 to December 8, 2019), held at the Centro Cultural São Paulo (CCSP) (1982), designed by Eurico Prado and Luiz Telles, shows architectural projects, urbanism, installations, photographs and videos from more than 20 countries that attempt to reimagine how the everyday shapes our world.

Entrada livre

Acessibilidade

Institute of
Brazilian Architects

National President
Nivaldo Andrade (IAB-BA)

National Vice-President
Fabiano Melo (IAB-PB)

General Secretary
Luiz Antônio de Souza (IAB-BA)

Financial and Administrative Director
Solange Araujo (IAB-BA)

Cultural Director
Roberto Ghione (IAB-PE)

Regional Vice-Presidents
Carlos Lucas Mali (CO), Custodio Santos (NE), José Augusto Bessa (N), Fernando Túlio Salva Rocha Franco (SE), Carlos Alberto Sant’Ana (S)

Extraordinary
Vice-Presidents

Luiz Reis (Caixa de Fomento e Sustentabilidade / Development and Sustainabilty Office), Célio Melis (Valorização Profissional / Professional Development), Aníbal Verri Junior (Núcleos / Centers)

Institute of Brazilian Architects – São Paulo Department

President
Fernando Túlio Salva Rocha Franco

1st Vice-President
Marco Artigas Forti

2nd Vice-President
Luciana de Oliveira Royer

Financial Vice-President
José Armênio de Brito Cruz (licenciado/on leave)

Financial Director
Marcelo Fonseca Ignatios

Secretariat
1º Guido D’Elia Otero
2º Marcela Alonso Ferreira

Board of Directors
Taís Jamra Tsukumo
Maíra Fernandes Silva
Pedro Vada

Extraordinary Director of Collection
Maria Helena de Moraes Barros Flynn

Local Extraordinary Director
Marco Antonio D’Elia Junior

Fiscal Council
Hannah Arcuschin Machado Roberto Portugal Albuquerque

Superior Council (Standing Members)
Edson Jorge Elito, Rossella Rossetto, Pedro Mendes da Rocha (licenciado/on leave), Rosana Ferrari, Alan Cury, Debora Frazatto, Weber Sutti

Superior Council (Alternate Members)
Marcos de Azevedo Acayaba, Jacobina Albu Vaisman, Claudio Barbosa Ferreira, Rafael Patrick Schimidt, Rafael Mielnik, Maria Claudia Levy Figliolino, Renato Luiz Martins Nunes, Fabiane Carneiro

Collegiate Organs
Representatives
Celso Sampaio, Stephanie Ribeiro (CMPU); Samira Rodrigues, Lucas Ferreira (CMH); Eloísa Balieiro Ikeda (SCBH-BT); Renato Anelli, Eduardo Augusto Costa (CONDEPHAAT); Renata Moreira (CONESAN); Caio Boucinhas (FEMA); Mariana Boghosian Al Assal, Mônica Junqueira de Camargo (CONPRESP); Beatriz Kara José, Letícia Moreira Sigolo (CGZEIS-3 Campos Elíseos); Lucas Ferreira (FMSAI); Elisa Prado, Renato Tadeu Barbato (CPA); Mariana Kimie da Silva Nito, Natalie Barusso (CPPU); Daniel Todtmann Montandon, Joice Berth (CTLU); Simone Gatti, Guido D’elia Otero (OUC); Catarina Christina Teixeira, Estevão Sabatier (OUCAE); Luiza De Souza Strauss, Camila Savioli Silveira (OUCFL); Laisa Eleonora (OUCAB); Carolina Heldt D’almeida (CECM-SP); Lucio Fleury De Oliveira Bichara (CADES)

IABsp Team
Emerson Fioravante, Ariosvaldo Siqueira de França Consultancy for content production Vanessa Corrêa Consultancy for cultural incentive law Leila Gazzaneo Fundaraising Ivanise Calil and Sofia Mattos Assistance Vinicius Bessa, Fernanda Trotti

Sesc – Social Service of Commerce
Administração Regional no Estado de São Paulo

Regional
Council President

Abram Szajman 

Regional
Department Director

Danilo Santos de Miranda

Superintendents
Social-Technical Joel Naimayer Padula Social Communication Ivan Giannini Administration Luiz Deoclécio Massaro Galina Consultancy for Technical and Planning Sérgio José Battistelli

Management
Arts and technology Juliana Braga de Mattos Studies and Development Marta Colabone Graphic Arts Hélcio Magalhães Publicity and Promotion Marcos Carvalho International Relations Consultancy Aurea Vieira Sesc 24 de Maio Paulo Casale 

Sesc Team
Adriana Iervolino, Carolina Barmell, Cristina Tobias, Eduardo Bianco, Gabriela Xabay, Heloisa Pisani, Ilona Hertel, Isabella Bellinger, José Artur Amaro, Karina Musumeci, Juliana Okuda, Leonardo de Assis Azevedo, Leonardo Borges, Marina Burity, Nilva Luz, Rodrigo Souza, Samanta Sadoiama, Samara Eiras dos Santos, Simone Wicca, Suamit Barreiro, Thiago Freire, Tiago Marchesano, Tina Cassie, Valéria Boa Sorte and Walter Bertotti de Souza

São Paulo Mayor
Bruno Covas
Secretary of Culture
Alê Youssef

CENTRO CULTURAL SÃO PAULO

Diretora Geral
Erika Palomino
Diretor Adjunto
Jurandy Valença
Secretária
Veruska Matos

Curatorships
Supervisor Rodolfo Beltrão Visual Arts Maria Adelaide Pontes Film Célio Franceschet, Carlos Gabriel Pergoraro Dance Sônia Sobral Literature Hélio Menezes Fashion Karlla Girotto Music Alexandre Matias Performance Maurício Ianês Adult Theater Kil Abreu Children’s Theater Lizette Negreiros Cultural Articulation Jaergenton Corrêa Cultural Action Supervision Adriane Bertini Archive Supervision Eduardo Navarro Library Supervision Juliana Lazarim  Information Supervision Fábio Polido Production Supervision Luciana Mantovani Management Unit Francis Vieira Soares Project Unit Kelly Santiago e Walter Siqueira CCSP Expography Jeff Keese Press Office Neriê Bento

12th International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo

Execution
Institute of Brazilian Architects – São Paulo Department

Jury for the
curatorship competition

Adèle Naudé Santos (USA/USA), André Corrêa do Lago (Brazil), Carla Juaçaba (Brazil), Fabiane Carneiro (Brazil – IABsp), Gabriela Leandro (Brazil), Gloria Cabral (Paraguai/Paraguay), Lu Wenyu (China), Marcela Ferreira (Brazil – IABsp), Marisa Moreira Salles (Brazil), Patricia Anahory (Cabo Verde/Cape Verde), Pedro Vada (Brazil – IABsp), Thiago de Andrade (Brazil), Wang Shu (China)

Curatorship
Vanessa Grossman

Is an architect, a historian of architecture, and a curator working on architecture’s intersections with ideology, power, and government policies. She holds a professional diploma in architecture and urbanism from the University of São Paulo, a master's degree in the history of architecture from the Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, and has recently completed her PhD in the history and theory of architecture at Princeton University. Grossman is the 2015 Carter Manny Award for doctoral dissertation writing from the Graham Foundation. She was selected postdoctoral researcher as one of first two fellows of the newly created Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture at ETH Zurich (deferred to 2019–20). She was the assistant curator of La modernité, promesse ou menace? the French Pavilion at the 14th Venice International Architecture Biennale (2014), which received a special mention from the jury, and co-curator of the exhibition Une architecture de l'engagement: L'AUA (1960–85) at the Cité de l'architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris (2015–16), both together with Jean-Louis Cohen.

Charlotte Malterre-Barthes

Is an architect, urban designer, and contemporary scholar.  Graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Marseille, she holds a PhD from ETH Zurich on the effects of the political economy of food on the built environment, with a focus on Egypt. Principal of the urban design practice OMNIBUS, Malterre-Barthes is director of the MAS Urban Design at the Chair of Marc Angélil at ETH Zurich since 2014. In 2018-2019, she was a guest professor at the TU Berlin, investigating predatorial real-estate in the German capital. She published recently Some Haunted Spaces in Singapore (Edition Patrick Frey,(2018) and Eileen Gray: A House under the Sun (Nobrow, 2019); and co-authored with Marc Angélil Housing Cairo: The Informal Response (Ruby Press, DAM prizewinner 2016). Malterre-Barthes is a founding member of the Parity Group, a grassroots association committed to improving gender equality and intersectionality in architecture.

Ciro Miguel

Is an architect, visual artist, and photographer. He holds a professional diploma in architecture and urbanism from the University of São Paulo and a master’s research degree in advanced architectural design from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. He works as assistant professor in architectural design at ETH Zurich since 2013, collaborating with the departmental chair, Marc Angélil, since 2014. He was a partner at Angelo Bucci/ SPBR arquitetos in 2003–07 and 2010–13, and an architect at Bernard Tschumi Architects in New York from 2008 to 2010. As an architect and artist, he participated in various exhibitions in both Brazil and Europe, including the two last editions of the Venice International Architecture Biennale and the International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo in 2016.

Production Laura Maringoni (diretora/director); Ana Chun, Helena Cavalheiro (produtora executiva/executive producer); Paula Marujo (produtora / producer); Beatriz Buendia, Daniela Navarro, Larissa Reis, Manoela Roselino, Pietra Kurgan (assistente de produção/production assistant) Architecture Metro Arquitetos – Gustavo Cedroni, Martin Corullon, Stella Bloise e Mateus Loschi Graphic Design Estúdio Margem e Estúdio Campo – Nathalia Cury, Alexandre Utchitel, João Pedro Nogueira, Paula Tinoco e Roderico Souza Engineering Heloisa Maringoni e Murilo Jarreta Educational action Matias Monteiro (coordenador) Assembling Pedro Cruz (coordenador/coordinator), Sandra Santos, Juan Castro, Miguel de Freitas, Elvis V. Moreira, Andrey Feixas, Caio Caruso, Fellipe Albertin, Jeff Lemes e Felipe Soranz Audiovisual Aya Technology Visual communication Watervision Scenography and Installations construction Scenography and Installations construction Artos Cenografia, DDF Produções, Oficina São João, Clima Flex e Somar Electrical project MMF e DDF Translation and proofreading Alyne Azuma, Traduzca Photography André Scarpa Press Office Pool de Comunicação – Marcy Junqueira e Martim Pelisson Legal Counseling Mab Advogados Insurance Affinité seguros

Open Call Jury
Renato Cymbalista, Gabriela de Matos, Javier Agustín Rojas

Scientific Committee
Marc Angélil, Maurício Candeloro, Agnaldo Farias, Marija Maric, Ana Luiza Nobre, Javier Agustín Rojas, Irene Sunwoo, Aura Luz Melis.

Participating teams in the curatorship competition
(Da cidade política às alianças cosmopolíticas; Radiografias da produção do espaço; Corpos constroem espaços, espaços constroem corpos; Civilização; Margens, confluências. Espaços em movimento; O outro e a qualidade de ser diferente, A residência como partido para um mundo melhor; Da forma à distinção; A cidade total; Ecossistêmica; No lugar de; Por um presente alternativo entre o real e o desejado) Benjamin Seroussi, Caio Jade, Graziela Kunsch, Hélio Menezes, Joice Berth, Kazuo Nakano, Lizete Rubano, Marcelo Maia Rosa, Maria Inês Nassif, Mônica Junqueira, Ruth Verde Zein.

Acknowledgments
Alfinete Galeria, ArchDaily,Arq.Futuro, Baró Galeria, Baú - laboratório audiovisual escola da cidade, Casa Cor, Casa Nova Arte e Cultura Contemporânea, Casa Triângulo, Central Galeria, FAMA - Fundação Marcos Amaro, Fortes D'aiola & Gabriel, Galeria Cavalo, Galeria Jaqueline Martins, Galeria Kogan Amaro, Galeria Leme, Galeria Luisa Strina, Galeria Lume, Galeria Marília Razuk, Galeria Millan, Galeria Nara Roesler, Galeria Pilar, Galeria Presidente/Reggae, Galeria Raquel Arnaud, Galeria Superfície, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Instituto Moreira Salles, Instituto Lina Bo Bardi, Luciana Brito Galeria, Luciana Caravello, Mendes Wood DM, Periscópio Arte Contemporânea, Periscópio Arte Contemporânea, Sé Galeria, Silvia cintra + Box4, Teatro Oficina, Zipper Galeria.
Adriana Affortunati, Airton Bobrow, Alberto Simon, Alexandre Ramos Lucidi, Alexandre Theriot, Alexandre Wagner, Alexis Kalagas, Alice Ricci, Alvaro Seixas, AMF (Associação Massa Falida), Ana Carmen Longobardi, Ana Elisa Egreja, Ana Serra, Ana Teresa Meirelles, André Czitrom, André Kovesi, Andrea Rocco, Andreas Sakellaris, Marc Angélil (ETH Zurich), Angelo Bucci, Anna Israel, Anna Paola Busnardo, Arnaldo Pappalardo, Artur Lescher, Aura Luz Melis, Bassy e Beto Machado, Benjamin Serroussi (Pro-Helvetia), Beta Germano, Botti & Rubin Arquitetos, Bruno Baptistelli, Bruno Cançado, Carla Chaim, Carolina Barnell, Cary Siress, Cássio Vasconcellos, Catarina, Celso Lomonte Minozzi, Christina de Castro Mello, CL Salvaro Claudia Jaguaribe, Clarissa Mohany, Cristiano Mascaro, Cristina Becker, Cristina Miguel, Daniel Corsi da Silva, Daniel de Paula, Daniel Talesnik, David Barragán, Déborah Zaverucha Grossman, Diana Jiménez Gil (Acción Cultural Española), Diego Ceresuela, Dorothéa Lola Pinkusfeld Grossman, Dudi Maia Rosa, Duncan (Pro-Helvetia), Eduardo Veiga, Eide Feldon, Elias Grossman Sakellaris, Elisabetta Giordano (ETH Zurich), Elisa Bracher, Elli Mosayebi, Estela Sokol, Fabio Miguez, Fernanda Teixeira, Flora Rebollo, Francisco Gracindo de Araujo Miranda, Frederico Filippi, Gabriela Mureb, Gabriella Abuleac, Genilson Soares, Gilberto Belleza, Gisele Camargo, Giselle Beiguelman, Guga Szabzon, Guilherme Pianca, Guilherme Tavares, Guillermo Duerig, Guto Lacaz, Ícaro Lira, Inge Tailleux, Irene Sunwoo, Ivan Grilo, Ivan Padovani, Jac Leirner, Jaime Cupertino, James D. Graham (Columbia Books on Architecture and the City), Jan de Vylder, Javier Agustín Rojas, Jean-Louis Cohen, Jens Hausmann, João Guarantani (British Council São Paulo), João Guilherme Dal Fabbro, João Paulo Miguel, João Sodré, José Lira Luiz Guilherme de Mello, José Paulo Gouvêa, Juliana Braga, Juliane Gomes (British Council São Paulo), Julio José Franco Neves, Karina Huessner, Laura Almeida, Laura Vinci, Leda Catunda, Lenora de Barros, Leonard Streitch, Lorenz Bürgi, Louis Bürgi-Malterre, Louis Logodin (Consulado Geral da France em São Paulo), Lourival Cuquinha, Luana Demange, Lucas Bambozzi, Lucas Dupin, Lukas Graf, Lucas Simões, Luciana Paiva, Luiza Baldan, Luiza Brenner, Lukas Graf, Maguy Etlin, Mano Penalva, Manoel Veiga, Manoela Medeiros, Marc, Marcelo Cipis, Marcelo Ignatios, Márcio Grossman, Marcius Galan, Marcos Amaro, Marcos Rosa, Maria José Feitosa, Maria Montero, Mariana Manhães, Mariana Vilela, Marija Maric, Marina Rheingantz, Marina Saleme Nazareno, Marta Rincón (Acción Cultural Española), Martha Bucci, Mauricio Candeloro, Milton Braga, Monica Lebrao Sendra (Institut Franceis-Paris), Nadia Somekh Patricia Pereira Martins, Natasha Barzaghi Geenen, Nino Cais, Noah Grossman Sakellaris, Pablo Alvarenga, Pablo Vieira, Paul Setubal, Paula Azevedo, Paulo Mendes da Rocha, Paulo Monteiro, Paulo Pasta, Paulo R. Giaquinto, Paulo Sergio Ribeiro, Paulo Whitaker, Pedro Caetano, Pedro France, Philip Ursprung (ETH Zurich), Rafa Alonso, Rafael Antonio Cunha Perrone, Rafael Lacerda, Rafael Pagatini, Randolpho Lamonier, Raphael Escobar, Raquel Kogan, Rejane Cantoni, Renata Pedrosa, Ricardo C. Campos, Rodolfo Viana, Rodrigo Martins, Rodrigo Sassi, Romain Dumesnil, Romy Pocztaruk, Ron Santing (Consulado Geral do Reino dos Países Baixos em São Paulo), Ruby Press, Sergio Sister, Shirley Paes Leme, Silvio de Camillis Borges, Simone Cupello, Simone Fontana, Sofia Borges, Sol Camacho, Sol Casal, Sophie Piticco, Tatiana Chalhoub, Thales Caramella, Thiago Martins de Melo, Tiago Mestre, Tiago Tebet, Vera Lucia Domschke, Verena Smit, Wagner Malta, Yasmin Guimarães, Zeljko Medved (ETH Zurich).

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