Ateliermob is a multidisciplinary platform for the development of ideas, research and projects in the areas of architecture, design and urbanism. The company was founded in 2005 in Lisbon, as a result of several works carried out by its founding partners. Ateliermob has been working on projects of different typologies and scales, for public and private entities. In parallel, we have been developing research work to support the project-oriented practice, an architecture blog, design, urban planning and participation in several national and international competitions. In 2016, a cooperative - "Working with the 99%" - was created for the provision of services in the fields of architecture and social or intervention design, urban planning, strategic planning, coordination and implementation of projects, and training.
At the same time, this platform has been developing research work to support project-practice, an online architecture space, architectural design, urban planning and has maintained a regular presence in various forums and national and international networks like: the European ReKreators network, the Observatory of Mexico City, DLBC Lisbon Network, the laboratory of participatory practices developed in the region of Basilicata, in Italy, or the official representation of Portugal at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2014.
Currently, ateliermob is constituted by two partners – Andreia Salavessa and Tiago Mota Saraiva – and a team of, around 10, skilled professionals associated, when possible, with other entities and technicians in order to enrich and broaden the spectrum of its multidisciplinary services. Referenced in several national and international publications, ateliermob has held conferences in Lisbon, Oporto, Coimbra, Barcelona, Montpellier, Toronto, Vaduz and Cluj-Napoca, and achieved awards and honorable competition classifications.
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