Impromptu Projects Designer Profile
Impromptu Projects is the award-winning designer of the Treeplets Public Leisure.
Impromptu Projects

Impromptu Projects is a multi-disciplinary studio practice founded by João Ó and Rita Machado. The work of the studio is focused on the design of ephemeral structures as well as on the study of their social relevance. They propose a kind of architecture that is mindful of the territory’s current situation, aiming at the expansion of improbable public places with the involvement of the local community as critical participants in the urban space, using installations, events, and urban art as references. João Ó is an architect, artist, and currently a visiting professor at the University of Saint Joseph. He has received numerous architecture and art awards, and exhibited internationally, including as a representative of Macau at the Venice Biennale and the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2009 and 2014 respectively.

Treeplets Public Leisure