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Designed by a young Álvaro Siza, the Boa Nova tea house and nearby swimming pools sustain an intimacy with the Atlantic by turning their back on land
As investors attempt to rebrand cities for tourists, Porto-based Fala turn their repetitive brief into playful residential conversions
The patterns of Lisbon’s Egyptian embassy deal with an expression of its home country’s architectural heritage, without becoming a replica of a traditional building, alien to its new, foreign context
Mendes da Rocha’s first building in Europe, the Museu dos Coches in Lisbon is a continuation of Mendes da Rocha’s consideration of the museum as a public space
Staggered cubic volumes in white-painted concrete link two streets that are separated by a steep incline
AR_EA Portugal: Skrei
AR_EA Portugal: Fala Atelier
Sketching and hand drawing are integral to the architecture program at FAUP despite the growing digitalisation of architecture
As history unfolds, unexpected connections appear between the recent and the more distant past. Works which were once discussed as central retreat into the background, while others which seemed marginal at the time move into the foreground.
To his friends, colleagues and pupils Pancho Guedes is a unique source of creative inspiration and wisdom
Modern medical facility reunites India and Portugal for a new Age of Discovery