After an international design competition, Olson Kundig was the architecture office chosen, by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, to lead the future Bob Dylan Center’s project
The right framing. The perfect perspective. The most adequate plan. But also the ideal spot, the building that provides dimension to a certain framing, the life – or desolation – that a space can offer in a single filming shot.
In a historic building located in a corner, by the riverside area of the city of Lisbon, were built the new offices of Vieira de Almeida & Associados – VdA.
The rehabilitation of a residence from 1961 in the promontory above Mulholland Drive, in Los Angeles, USA, shaped a space that reflects the architecture from back then
520 West 28th. This is the name and address of the first completed project by the British office Zaha Hadid Architects in New York.
There is a lot of history within this project. More than the history of the architectural design, or of the materials used, there is the history of a place. And the story of a house.
What the clients requested was a contemporary house, integrated in the nature and luminous, in Charlebois Lake, Canada
The video “TIME: Rehabilitation of Quinta do Bom Pastor” from Building Pictures about the project of the Architect Nuno Valentim, invite us to watch the rehabilitation process of Quinta do Bom Pastor
For this house, the beginning was a two-level loft which resembled a white box with several little rooms. Studio VARA, which had previously worked with the clients, endeavoured to make it a spacious and warm house
Architecture studio OODA – Oporto Office for Design and Architecture – won the international contest to the Old Matadouro (slaughterhouse) of Porto’s renovation and extension
Álvaro Siza, an unavoidable name of the Portuguese architecture, and Sidónio Pardal, renowned name of landscape architecture got together for the rehabilitation project of Quinta do Mosteiro de Leça do Balio
On May 1, Aires Mateus architecture studio, in Lisbon, opened its doors to house the exhibition “Álvaro Siza. Viagem sem Programa”