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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.

Altis Belém Hotel Lisbona, Portugal

01-04-2010

Altis Belém Hotel Lisbona, Portugal

The building designed by architects Manuel Salgado, João Almeida and Tomás Salgado (Risco) is located near the estuary of the Tago River in a historic district in Lisbon.

Experimentadesign 09, Lisbon

22-09-2009

Experimentadesign 09, Lisbon

September 9 through October 8 Lisbon hosts the international biennial of design, architecture and creativity.

Rectory building for New Lisbon University - Manuel and Francisco Aires Mateus. Lisbon, 1998

12-12-2006

Rectory building for New Lisbon University - Manuel and Francisco Aires Mateus. Lisbon, 1998

A severe but absolutely modern rectory. Closed off to the outside world, yet definitely present, inevitably establishing a relationship with the square it stands in and the city around it.

Santiago Calatrava: East Station, Lisbon

01-07-2004

Santiago Calatrava: East Station, Lisbon

The East Station is situated at a distance of 5 km from the heart of the old city of Lisbon and was designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.

Jerusalem Supreme Court

09-09-2003

Jerusalem Supreme Court

In the Supreme Court building, Ada Karmi-Melamede and Ram Karmi have created a civil structure with a monumental appearance, packed with symbolic elements and biblical references.

G. Byrne - Maritime traffic coordination and control centre, Lisbon, Portugal

15-11-2002

G. Byrne - Maritime traffic coordination and control centre, Lisbon, Portugal

Architect: Gonçalo Byrne Client: APL: Lisbon Harbour Authority Structures: A2P Consult Plants: Luis Gonçalves, José Galvão Teles, Manuel José Builders: Ensul, Empreendimentos Norte Sul Location: Lisbon harbour Total surface area: 2,280 m2 Project dates: 1997-1999 Construction dates: 1999-2001

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