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.
The church of S. Tiago de Antas, was designed by architect Hugo Correia, and is built in a privileged place with views over the natural landscape and the center of the local town.
Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa calls open: looking for national and international independently funded proposals that can be articulated and also complement the central program of Lisbon Architecture Triennale 5th edition.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma’s design submitted in collaboration with Portuguese architecture firm OODA, has been named the winner in a competition to Renovate and Expand Porto City Old Matadour
Rua Amial Development in Paranhos, Porto – a significant mixed-use urban regeneration scheme designed by Bogle Architects and Grant Associates awarded a Commendation at the 2018 MIPIM/The Architectural Review: Future Projects Awards.
dEMM arquitectura’s project aimed to enhance the unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean, increasing the permeability between the interior and exterior, through wide windows with full opening.
The interior of this building was in a state of ruin but, despite that, its roof was still standing. Its complex geometry, with four corner pyramidal volumes, determined the project structure and interior partitions, dividing the plan into 9 modules.
Significant mixed-use urban regeneration project in Porto, designed by Bogle Architects, awarded a Commendation in the highly competitive Mixed Use category of the MIPIM/The Architectural Review: Future Projects Awards 2018.
Designed by FPA – Filipe Pina Architecture Sao Francisco House is situated in the city centre of Guarda, this is an urban typical house of the first half of the 20th century, presenting 3 sides and a garden.
Designed by João Vieira Campos, architect this single-family home is divided in two separate volumes – main house and external supporting facilities – arranged in order to confer a rational balance to the diversity of uses to the surrounding outside spaces.
Simplicity central to Sabrab’s design with the application of only one vertical interior element, the glass, also led to ideas of simple concept for the application of floor coverings and ceilings.
Designed by Diogo Aguiar Studio the circular pavilion features an abstract skin, a continuous facade across its curved surface, built on four levels of vertical wooden planks.