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Contemporary Architect Practice Portugal – Lisbon Design Studio: Portuguese Architecture
Kaputt! – Key Projects
Featured Building by Kaputt!:
The House of Arts and Culture – Entry, Beirut, Lebanon
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House of Arts and Culture Entry : Honourable Mention
This architecture project is designed from a single volume, a shell that at first occupies all the plot´s surface.
From this shell, mass is removed around two perpendicular axes, thus, creating a cross-shaped void.
The center of this void and the inside of the shell are structured by copper blades, generating four exterior spaces in the interior of the plot.
For the main auditorium we propose a fully equipped proscenium stage; the small auditorium will have a black box character with a technical ceiling and movable seats to enable a vast choice of configurations; the projection room is prepared to serve the National Cinematheque.
The Hall´s layout consists of a series of fanned radial sections, centered on the stage, forming an ellipsoid in its entirety.
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Kaputt! – Practice Information
Kaputt! Architects studio based in Lisbon, Portugal
Portuguese Architect – contact details for this Lisbon design firm
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Portuguese Architecture Studios – key design offices in Portugal
Barbas Lopes Arquitectos was founded by Patrícia Barbas and Diogo Lopes in 2006. The portfolio of this Portuguese architecture office includes public and private buildings, single-family housing, interior renovation and exhibition designs. The practice is also engaged in collaborations with other architects such as Promontório and Peter Märkli.
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