Um espaço vivido no Morro do Macaco: diálogos entre a arquitetura e a etnografia

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


This work aims to understand the relation between architecture and the lived and perceived spaces by mankind in rural áreas. It was used an ethnographic approach and a Thematic Analysis (also known as Grounded Theory), in a farm at Macaco’s Hill, in Pirenópolis, Goiás. The comprehension of the place was given by Spatial Triad, by Henri Lefebvre, the Perceived Space, the Conceived and the Lived. As a synthesis of the observation of Lived Space and Thematic Analysis, five key-concepts were elaborated and developed: (2.1) Place of border: The relationship between countryside and city; (2.2) “Take up from the ground”: between intimate and collective; (2.3) “It’s a partnership, right”: Exchange and meeting network; (2.4) “Come on in”: The ontogeny in rural areas; (2.5) Into the Wild: The relationship between sport and nature. Thus, it is intended to add to studies on rural architecture and ethnography, enabling further research about rural dwellings in Goiás and Brazil, since the reinterpretation of living space.



Arquitetura rural, Etnografia, Pirenópolis, Fazenda, Relação, Rural architecture, Ethnography, Pirenópolis, Farm, Relationship


GOMES, Nathália Ferreira. Um espaço vivido no Morro do Macaco: diálogos entre a arquitetura e a etnografia. 2021. 101 f. Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso (Graduação) - Faculdade de Artes Visuais, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2021.