Nádia Albuquerque is an architect, with a master's degree in Architecture from the Technical University of Lisbon, at the Instituto Superior Técnico de Lisboa (2018). She is a member of the Urban Sketchers of Portugal (2018). She participates as a member of the Africa Habitat Project. She presented her first communication ‘City without Informal Neighborhoods and the Right to the City’ within the framework of the second round table ‘Diversity of situations and interventions in urban peripheries’, of the 1st Seminar of the Africa Habitat Project that took place in Lisbon in May 2019.
Modular architecture, passive design, bioclimatic construction, spatial transformation of urban peripheries
Albuquerque, N.; Correia Guedes, M. (2019) ‘Passive Design in Vernacular Architecture’, in Proceedings of the 100th WREC Seminar on Climate Change and Renewable Energy, ed. SPRINGER (accepted for publication)
Albuquerque, N.; Correia Guedes, M. (2019) ‘Sustainable Building Design Approach to Slum-Upgrading’, in Proceedings of the 9th SuDBE: International Conference on Sustainable Development of the Built Environment, 22-28 July 2019 Cambridge, UK, ed. SuDBE (accepted for publication)