Cláudia Martinho
Born 1977 in Porto, Portugal.

Researcher, Ph.D. candidate in Music – Sonic Arts, at the Unit for Sound Practice Research, Department of Music, Goldsmiths, University of London. Supervision by Professor John Levack Drever. Fellowship by the Foundation for Science and Technology, Portugal.
Architect by the Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto, Portugal 2001.
Master of Science and Technology in Architectural Acoustics, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, co-program with IRCAM and Ecole d’Architecture Paris La Seine, Paris, 2006.
Tradicional Feng Shui (advanced) at the Instituto Europeu de Estudos Tradicionais Chineses, Porto, Portugal.
Sound massage at the Peter Hess Academy, Portugal.

Cláudia explores aural architecture and energetic geometry as tools to foster an integral education, consciousness transformation and ecological ways of living. She is co-creating architecture as a communication channel, in which the language of vibration and geometry are used to resonate and attune with self, others, the surrounding place, the spacetime continuum and the universe. Her practice intersects bio architecture, acoustic ecology, psychoacoustics, archaeoacoustics, traditional feng shui and sound therapy. Cláudia develops collective dynamics through workshops of universal geometry, bio-construction, soundwalks, field recording, soundscape performance and installations, experience of sites’ energy and geometry, circles of musical improvisation and dance.

Architects 3000 Network

: c.martinho[at]gold.ac.uk