Chủ Nhật, 6 tháng 12, 2009
2G N.20 - Portuguese Architecture
2G N.20 - Portuguese Architecture.
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Portuguese architecture, and its place on the international scene, has been receiving a lot of attention in the specialised press for some time now. The work of such great Portuguese architects as Fernando Távora, Álvaro Siza and Gonçalo Byrne has formed generations of internationally known figures, figures like Eduardo Souto de Moura, Adalberto Dias, Carrilho de Graça and Álvaro Rocha.
The aim of this issue of 2G is to present the architectures of a generation of architects whose work opens up new perspectives on Portuguese architecture, despite the latter being usually submitted to the scrutiny of the masters. Young architects who would form a more or less homogeneous "third generation", one caught between its ongoing marginality in geographical terms and an attentiveness to what is happening on the international scene.
Ground line: Presenting a new generation of Portuguese architects. João Belo Rodeia
Notes on Some Portuguese Architects. Daniel de Castro Lopes
Works and Projects
Aires Mateus e associados
House in Alenquer.
Library, Audìtorium and Art Center, Sines.
The Quinta da Casa Branca Inn, Madeira.
Pedro Falcão de Campos
House for Dr. Saravia Lima, Alcácer do Sal.
José Fernando Gonçalves
Interventíons on the Parish Church, Oliveira do Douro.
Cristina Guedes, Francisco Vieira de Campos
Faculty of Fine Arts block, Porto.
Inês Lobo, Pedro Domingos
Chancellery and Residence of the Portuguese Embassy in Berlin.
João Mendes Ribeiro
Tea House, Montemor-o-Velho.
Four stage designs.
Renovation of an "Island", Porto.
António Portugal, Manuel Maria Reis
School of Advanced Technology and Management of Portoalegre Polytechnic Institute.
S. Nicolau baths and wash-houses, Porto.
Tomé Ribeiro Pavilion, Maia.
Serôdio & Associados
House for Manuel Dias, Paredes.
Two apartment blocks, Foz do Douro.
Vilela & Gordon
Residence for the Portuguese Embassy in Brasilia.
The legacy of the "verdant 1950's". Permanence and Change in Portuguese Architecture from the Postwar Period to the Revolution.
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