Mariana Sanchez Salvador
Foodscape, Urban food systems History of the house, Food history Architecture, Urban morphology
Mariana Sanchez Salvador is an architect and researcher. She worked at the studio Carrilho da Graça Architects, collaborating on numerous projects, from urban scale to public facilities, rehabilitation and temporary interventions. Her research focuses on how the spaces we inhabit — from the city to the house — are transformed by food. She received the Award Architect Quelhas dos Santos for best Dissertation in Architecture (FAUL), published under the title ‘Arquitectura e Comensalidade: uma história da casa através das práticas culinárias'. She is currently working on her PhD thesis in Urban Studies (FCSH-UNL and ISCTE) through a PhD Scholarship awarded by FCT.