Steering Committee
Carlos Dias Coelho, Dean of Lisbon School of Architecture | Universidade de Lisboa
Fernando Moreira da Silva, Full Professor Emeritus of Lisbon School of Architecture | Universidade de Lisboa

Organizing Committee 
Gianni Montagna
Cristina Figueiredo

Members of the Organizing Committee
Luís Ricardo Coentreiras dos Santos (Corporate Branding Manager)
Nuno Cortiços (FAUL)

Members of the Scientific Committee:

Chairs: Gianni Montagna | Cristina Carvalho

Alexandra Ai Quintas
­Alexandra Ai Quintas, born in Lisbon, 1961. Graduated in Architecture (Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, 1984), Master of Science (Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, 2001) in Architecture and Urban Centres Rehabilitation, PhD in Architecture Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade de Lisboa, 2009), postgraduation in Rehabilitation of Architecture and Structures de Arquitectura e Estruturas (Instituto Superior Técnico, 1987), Postgraduation in History of Art (Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2004).
Has been exercising academic activity between 1991 and 2024 teaching: Drawing subjects; Integrated Master optional subjects linked to the thematics of Public Art, Gesamtkunstwerk and History of Architecture; or collaborating in PhD in Design and Architecture laboratorial examinations and evaluation of proposition for PhD thesis. Supervised numerous dissertations and thesis.
As an Integrated Member of CIAUD/Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade de Lisboa and collaborator member of IHA/FCSH Universidade Nova de Lisboa research centres, has been developing research work based on the themes of: the presence of the Sublime category inscribed in the Landscape and its representation or in the ethos of the perception of Ruins also as representation; the issues of the form in Architecture and their structural implications; the importance of the “epidermic effects” in the texture of buildings and architecture in general. Recently has been dedicating some work to the study of the importance of colour contrasts in the work of the Portuguese painter Rolando Sá Nogueira.