Porto Architecture Tours – celebrated architects with buildings in this city include Alvaro Siza, Rem Koolhaas / OMA, AL_A, Barbosa & Guimarães, dEMM arquitectura, Regino Cruz Architect and Pedra Silva Architects – source Portuguese architecture guides for building walks in Portugal.
FAHR0213 was challenged to develop a structure for the garden in front of the central building that symbolized this mark in time and made it last in the future as a symbol of the park: Loop in Porto
The capital of Portugal contains major buildings by Alvaro Siza Vieira (various buildings), Santiago Calatrava Architects and Charles Correa Associates. Other key architects with work in Lisbon include Ateliers Jean Nouvel, SOM, Peter Chermayeff, ARX, Risco, Bak Gordon arquitectos and Gonçalo Byrne Arquitectos.
Designed by Samuel Torres de Carvalho Arquitetura, Corpo Santo 6 Apartment has its access from two streets at different levels, the main access being through Rua do Corpo Santo and the second through Rua do Ferragial.
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Houses in Calçada dos Mestres, Lisbon, design by Orgânica architecture office, semi-detached homes facing 18th century aqueduct, property rehabilitation on a street with no name.
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An actual interpretation of the Mediterranean Modernist Architecture in a balanced fusion with Portuguese Cubist Architecture references designed by STUDIOARTE.
Designed by architect César Machado Moreira Casa Moreira is located on a site facing a narrow street characterized by small houses from different times, the building is a classic house.
Designed by TRAMA Arquitetos the Fraião house, located in Braga, is a project set up on two floors in a “V” shape, that was conceived to take advantage of the previledged views over the city.
Designed by Nelson Resende the building results from the need to create two offices, with possible autonomous use, but allowing an internal connection, considering the possible merging of the two spaces.
Valdemar Coutinho Architects designed a Pavilion, reflecting the various program and budget demands with an appealing dynamic and humanized image, minimizing the common impact in these type of sports pavilion buildings.
Designed by Plano Humano Arquitectos the chosen location is privileged, in a plateau area surrounded by a rural environment, with an extraordinary panoramic view, that also impelled the design of this building.
Designing an industrial building in a forest area, with occasional traditional constructions with pitched roofs in the surroundings, allowed me to think about how a contemporary industrial building might fit in this landscape.