Starting date: 2010
This project aims to catalogue the Portuguese tile patterns since the 15th century until now, offering to the scientific community a cataloging tool, based on a informatics data system, available online.
Starting date: October 2009
The system is accessible online through five great areas: (1) in situ; (2) iconography; (3) patterns; (4) authors, (5) bibliography, with special attention paid to controlled vocabulary and to the use, as often as possible, of international lists.
Starting date: 2014
To a great extent, the public and private azulejo collections assembled since the second half of the 20th century result from the decontextualisation of azulejo heritage, that is, from the transformation of decorative panels into loose "objects". This process, having promoted the circulation of these objects, has contributed to efface the memory of the azulejos' original locations.
Starting date: January 2015
Network interaction and the sharing of knowledge with other institutions, and consequently with other information systems, increasingly implies the development of effective methods for the classification and recovery of data.
Developed by Sistemas do Futuro