All you have to know about MAAT, the new museum of Lisbon

The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, MAAT, opens this Wednesday, October 5th. The ticket will cost €5 but access to the gardens and gazebo on the roof is free.

On one side, the river, on the other, the city, in the middle, the MAAT. The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology can be visited from this Wednesday, October 5, and one of the main goals is to reclassify the riverside area of ​​Belem, Lisbon, and “reconcile the city with the river,” point of departure for Amanda Levete, the British architect responsible for the project.

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The work took three years and cost about 20 million euros. 38,000 square meters (indoor and outdoor) – among them four thousand only for exhibit – will also receive performances, workshops and concerts. The Central Tejo, right next door, was also re-qualified and part of these numbers. However, not everything is ready. The space will only be completed in March 2017, including the gardens, designed by Vladimir Djurovic.

The EDP Foundation, responsible for the museum, could have expected everything to be done to open the doors but wanted to do it now, for two reasons. First, they wanted “people were out and in and this was the time limit” (the arrival of winter limit external visits), explains António Mexia, CEO of EDP. Second, because the next six months will serve to realize what works and what does not in different rooms. Unlike in some museums, you can shoot absolutely everything.

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On day 5, access to space will be free and there will be 12 hours of activities between noon and midnight. Then, the ticket will cost € 5 (and the price will increase later). Up to 18 years, admission is free and there is a pass of 20 € that allows access to two people for a year, whenever they want.

The MAAT will work between 12:00 and 20:00 hours, closing on Tuesdays, and on specific dates the time is extended. In the gardens and on the balcony (which occupies the entire roof area), access will be free at any time.

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On site, located at Av. Brasília, there was a wall that was 14 meters at some points, which prevented communication with the river. The building is now lower (has 12 meters) and works as a lookout for both sides.

“We wanted it all to become a hub for people to come spend time on one side and the other,” says António Mexia.

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Source: Diário de Notícias
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