Architectural history, architectural theory, urban history, public housing, housing policies, spatial analysis, space syntax
Catarina Ruivo is an integrated researcher at DINÂMIA'CET-IUL. She holds a MS in Architecture (2014) from Porto’s University and a PhD in Architecture, design and computation (2021) from Lisbon’s University, with a visiting period at the Bartlett School of Architecture. Her doctoral research focused on state-subsidised housing and its relationship with urban development, exploring the articulation of quantitative methods of spatial analysis with the sociological and historiographic aspects of architectural research as a means of illuminating the spatial forms of political, social and economic processes. She collaborated with the research group Formal Methods in Architecture (ESAP, Porto) since 2016, conducting research on computational methods in architectural research, as well as organising academic workshops and symposia on the topic.
research project at dinâmia'cet-Iscte
Researcher of the project “ReARQ.IB - Built Environment Knowledge for Resilient, Sustainable Communities: Understanding Everyday Modern Architecture and Urban Design in the Iberian Peninsula (1939-1985)”, funded by the European Commission through a European Research Council Starting Grant.
Organising family life: An analysis of the spatial organisation of people and activities in the household
Rethinking domestic and neighbourhood space: An analysis of social housing in the Portuguese post-revolutionary period
A retórica na habitação social o SAAL e os novos paradigmas
ScavaTools: Strategies and Tools for the Mass Dissemination of SCAVA Techniques
3D Space Syntax analysis - case study 'Casa da Música'