Submission of articles

- Full paper: Between twenty and thirty thousand characters (including spaces and footnotes, excluding titles, subtitles and references of the illustrations) will be the acceptable size for the presentation and the file shall not exceed 20MB. This must be preceded by an abstract of 1,000 characters in two languages: one in Portuguese (mandatory) and the other either in Spanish or in English (free choice).

Illustrations: maximum of 10 (ten) inserted next to the text to which they refer. All the images shall be in .JPG, at a minimum resolution of 96dpi.

The bibliographical references shall not be accounted in the number of characters of the article.


[This document contains information on the format for articles and abstracts for consideration by the Scientific Committee of the 12th DOCOMOMO Brazil Conference. You can write the article and summarize the contents of the file and save it under a different name, such as a Microsoft Word file. The papers submitted were analyzed by the Scientific Committee and returned to their authors for review before publication]

All the papers must be sent to the following e-mail address:


The submission of the paper for evaluation will be made only after the Organizing Committee confirms its receipt.



The DOCOMOMO Brazil Conferences as well as its regional Seminars are a benchmark among the Architecture and Urbanism field of work, especially among scholars. This time, besides this public that solidified in the past editions, we are willing to broaden this contingent to the public in general who is involved with publicizing the conservation and restoration of the Brazilian cultural heritage with special focus on the Brazilian heritage of Modern architectural and urban production. We are welcoming professionals of other fields of knowledge who contribute or may contribute to the conservation and diffusion of such heritage – which, albeit chronologically and historically narrow, provides us with an immense collection of works.


brazilian cultural heritage: conservation, diffusion and society