Martinho, Claudia; Paymal, Noemi. Geometry, Consciousness and Architecture for Educational Environments. La Paz, Bolivia: Educatiooon 3000. 2019.


Book chapter

Claudia Martinho. “Aural Architecture: Experience, Resonance and Attunement“. In Archaeoacoustics III – The Archaeology of Sound. United States: OTS, 2018.

Martinho, Claudia. “Shores“. In Invisible Places. Sound Urbanism and Sense of Place, São Miguel Island, Azores, 2017.

Martinho, Claudia; Mathieu Herbelin. “Radio Sonores”. In Sound Space Signal. Guimarães European Capital of Culture, Portugal, 2011.

Martinho, Claudia. “Relational architecture through listening”. In Site of Sound: Of Architecture and the Ear. Berlin, Germany: Errant Bodies Press, 2011.

Martinho, Claudia; Bureau des Mesarchitectures; Van Assche, Christine. “Acoustic Spaces for Sound Art”. In Update_3 / Body Sound, 41-45. Belgium: New Media Department of Centre Pompidou and Liedts-Messen Foundation, 2010.

Claudia Martinho. “Resonances in Public Space”. In evento 2009 Biennale de Bordeaux, Intime Collectif. France: Monographik Editions and Ville de Bordeaux, 2010.

Martinho, Claudia; Bureau des Mesarchitectures; Van Assche, Christine. “Fiction Vs. Reality”. In Ida e Volta: Ficção e Realidade, 46-52. Portugal: Centre Pompidou New Media Collection, France and CAMJAP – Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, 2007.


Edited book

Martinho, Claudia; LaBelle, Brandon. Site of Sound: of Architecture and the Ear, Vol. 2. Berlin, Germany: Errant Bodies Press. 2011.


Journal article

Maria Madalena Oliveira; Martinho, Claudia. “Once you start listening to the world you are dealing with life.”. Interview with Hildegard Westerkamp. Lusophone Journal of Cultural Studies 8 1 (2021).


Magazine article

Martinho, Claudia. “Arquitectura Acústica. In: Mapa de Jovens Práticas Espaciais”, Arquitectura 21 (A21), 2010

Martinho, Claudia; Moreira, Inês. “Dossier Evento 2009: Encontros Performativos – Intimo e Colectivo”, Revista arq/a, 2009



PhD in Music – Sonic Arts. Aural Architecture Practice: Creative Approaches for an Ecology of Affect. Goldsmiths University of London, UK. 2019.