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Architectural Workshop Colective Housing Tamera Community - Monte do Cerro, Alentejo
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Workshop Colective Housing Tamera Community - Monte do Cerro, Alentejo This partnership between ISCTE-IUL and TUD had its first edition in 2012 with a workshop related to the optative course “Collective housing” of the Master of Architecture (2011-2012) of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism, ISCTE-IUL. Being a joint project between ISCTE, Lisbon University Institute, the Faculty of Design and Technology of the Technische Universitat Darmstadt (TUD) and Tamera Community (Monte do Cerro, Alentejo), the workshop in Tamera implemented the possibility to work intensively with international and interdisciplinary teams. The theme of the workshop - Collective Housing for Tamera, consisted an analytical and conceptual background for a project whose main goal was to generate a visionary and progressive model of collective life, that could respond adequately to the Tamera community. In the context of intense teamwork, the students of ISCTE-IUL - Lisbon, and TUD - Darmstadt, worked on proposals for collective housing (live/work) with an approach that was intended to go beyond the traditional structures.It was intended that the participants developed methodologies, analysis and techniques of project execution, that they considered appropriate in order to make innovative approaches. These innovation should at the same time be suited the contemporary ways of living. In this way, this workshop sought to reflect on some issues considered fundamental for Portugal and Europe, as the exploitation of natural resources (water, sun and earth), the conservation of natural landscapes and the development of a sustainable world through ecological experimental constructions with earth, straw and grass. The proposals that came out of this workshop supposed to respect the basic ambition of Tamera on a sustainable and peaceful knowledge in relation to nature and, moreover, have as reference the topographical, geographical and climatic conditions, as the basis for the design concepts.