Cláudia Martinho
Born 1977 in Porto, Portugal.
Lives in Porto and Campo do Gerês, Portugal.

I am a practice-based researcher and my interests include bio architecture, resonant geometry, field recording, soundscapes, acoustic ecology, psychoacoustics, archaeoacoustics, cosmology and sound therapy.

I have been exploring aural architecture and resonant geometry as tools to foster an integral education, consciousness transformation and ecological ways of living. I am interested in 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, and the spacetime continuum.
I have been developing my work in individual and collective processes, through dynamics of bio-construction, soundwalks, workshops of universal geometry, field recording, soundscape composition, performances, installations, papers presentation, publications, experience of sites’ resonant geometry, circles of music and dance.

Ph.D. in Music – Sonic Arts, at the Unit for Sound Practice Research, Department of Music, Goldsmiths, University of London (2018). Thesis title: Aural Architecture Practice. Creative Tools for an Ecology of Affect. 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.

Architects 3000 Network

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