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Architecture for books.

11-02-2014

Architecture for books.

A tour of European bookshops where contemporary and modernist architects have taken over the spaces of old churches, theatres and railway stations to create bookshops that are worth visiting even if you don’t want to buy any books. Firmin, the mouse in Sam Savage’s book, symbolically represents this magical process of cultural nourishment fed by the words and images contained in books which are, in turn, found in places where architecture places a primary role.

Alvaro Siza exhibitions and the 150th anniversary of Politecnico di Milano

29-10-2013

Alvaro Siza exhibitions and the 150th anniversary of Politecnico di Milano

The initiatives organised to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of Politecnico di Milano include three exhibitions focusing on the work of architect Alvarso Siza, marking the awarding of an honorary degree to the Portuguese architect.

Architecture Triennale in Lisbon. Civic Swing by estudio SIC

08-10-2013

Architecture Triennale in Lisbon. Civic Swing by estudio SIC

The Lisbon Architecture Triennale entitled “Close, closer” not only explores architecture in its strictest sense, it focuses on urban design.

tamassociati + Emergency win the Aga Khan Award for Architecture

16-09-2013

tamassociati + Emergency win the Aga Khan Award for Architecture

The Salam Centre, a cardiac surgery centre designed by Tamassociati and the Italian NGO Emergency, is one of the five winners of the 2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture.

20 finalists for the Aga Khan award for architecture

23-07-2013

20 finalists for the Aga Khan award for architecture

The twenty finalists in the Aga Khan award for architecture were announced at the end of April, and the winner will be announced at the awards ceremony coming up in September in Lisbon.

Ricardo Bak Gordon, 2 HOUSES IN SANTA ISABEL, Lisbon

02-08-2012

Ricardo Bak Gordon, 2 HOUSES IN SANTA ISABEL, Lisbon

Portuguese architect Ricardo Bak Gordon’s project fits into the urban fabric and reclaims a vacant space in the city.

Souto de Moura: Paula Rêgo Museum

09-05-2011

Souto de Moura: Paula Rêgo Museum

Never sensationalist, Eduardo Souto de Moura’s architecture is determined by choices linked with the landscape, the meaning of the work and the details of the materials. These intentions are clearly expressed in his plan for Paula Rêgo Museum in Cascais, with its red cement, glass permitting contemplation of details and two pyramidal roofs making the building an architectural symbol in the landscape.

Charles Correa Champalimaud Foundation

23-03-2011

Charles Correa Champalimaud Foundation

Inaugurated in the fall of 2010, the “Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown” designed by Indian architect Charles Correa is composed of two buildings linked by a steel and glass bridge 21 metres long.

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