Agriculture and Architecture: Taking the Country’s Side is an exhibition produced for the 5th edition of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, commissioned to the master Architecture & Expérience, ENSAVT Paris-Est led by Éric Lapierre, in co-production with CCB - Garagem Sul in Lisbon.
The exhibition and this website were adapted by Archizoom for its presentation at EPFL in Lausanne.
ContributorMatthieu Calame (section C)
Martin Etienne (compass)
Gaétan Amossé (timeline)
Paul de Greslan, Raphaël Bach and Paul Bouet
With support from the Observatoire de la Condition Suburbaine (OCS), Research Lab of the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de la Ville et des Territoires at Paris-Est
AcknowledgementsFor their inspiration, conversation, suggestions, challenges or critical comments: Pier Vittorio Aureli, Matthieu Calame, Su Dennett, David Holmgren, Rob Hopkins, Wes Jackson, Rem Koolhaas, Éric Lapierre, Dennis Meadows, Colin Moorcraft and Carolyn Steel.
And also: Armelle Antier, Josephine Billey, Christophe Bonneuil, Jacques Delamarre, Sophie Deramond, Roland Freymond, Romain Leonelli, Harrison Lillis, Oscard Morand, Paule Pointereau, Marco Rampini, Augustin Rosenstiehl, Matthew Skjonsberg, Cyril Veillon, Rhys Williams, and students from the master Architecture & Expérience at the Ecole d'Architecture de la Ville et des Territoires Paris Est: Nils Bailly, Reda Erraziqi, Rose Hewins and Pauline Kinsky.
Exhibition at Archizoom EPFL, in LausanneRaphaël Bach (associate producer),
Emilie Bruchez (communication),
Clémence Dubuis (production and web designer),
Cyril Veillon (director)
Exhibition at CCB - Garagem Sul, in LisbonCarla M Cardoso (Coordination)
Eric Lapierre (ELEX) with Claudia Mion (Exhibition Design)
Marco Balesteros - Letra (Graphic Design)
Vasco Corisco (Translation)
Ricardo Chambel (Proof Reading)
João Timóteo (Video editing and subtitles)Constança Bettencourt, Bernardo Bettencourt, Rebeca Lewis Lopes, João Margarido, Francisco Marques Leal, Mafalda Matos, Ruben Silva. (Timeline Wall Paint)
The exhibition presentation in Lausanne was made possible thanks to the Lisbon Architecture Triennale and CCB - Garagem Sul. For more information on the first presentation in 2019 in Lisbon follow this link: