Who are the people who build the architectures that rise in our cities? How does the material history of the works intertwine with their own lives? “Chamamento” is an invitation – especially for people who work or have worked in civil construction and their descendants – to create new and affectionate biographical notes about the lives made invisible by the official history of architecture. It is part of the project “Herança + The fabulous inventory of my grandfather’s works”.
Gabriela and Mariana Leandro Pereira are sisters. Gabriela is an architect and urban planner, a professor at the Federal University of Bahia, where she conducts research on the city, intersected by racial and gender studies. Mariana holds a bachelor’s degree in law, an independent researcher, a postgraduate degree in Mediation, Management and Conflict Resolution, founding partner of Tangram Diálogos and Coletivo Dialogar. Pablo dos Santos has a degree in Computer Networks from Faculdade Católica Salesiano, and is also a programming and database expert. Mariana Pardo is an architect and urban planner (FAUFBA), with a master’s degree in progress in urban and regional planning (FAUUSP). It integrates the Urban Mapographies (SP / SP) and Body, Discourse and Territory (SSA / BA) groups.