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Old November 4th, 2011, 08:15 PM   #21
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New Hotel in Av. da República [Campo Pequeno]:



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New Restelo's Church (U/C):













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Lisbon Stone Block / Alberto de Souza Oliveira (finished):



Architects: Alberto de Souza Oliveira
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Collaborators: Inês Cordovil, Sílvia Fernandes, Sérgio Godinho, Ana Cravinho, Sofia Pinto Basto
Engineer: BETAR estudos e projectos de estabilidade lda.
Construtor: Ramos Catarino, S.A.
Project Year: 2011
Project Area: 5,672 sqm
Photographs: Nelson Garrido



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Telecom Office Building / Oficina Ideias em Linha (finished)



Architects: Oficina Ideias em Linha – José Laranjeira
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Project team: Doriana Reino, Helena Eustáquio, João Vaz, Ana Abrantes, Carmo Almeida, Ivo Costa
Landscape architect: Marta Byrne
Project area: 10,000 sqm
Project year: 2005 – 2010
Photographs: Francisco Nogueira

The main principle regarding the intervention relies on an internal functional remodelling and optimization of the existent building, according to the possibilities initially presented by its original structure and inner spatial layout, which allowed its maintenance without increasing its bulk area, height or presence.

The building dates back to the 70’s, being its architectural character clearly associated with that decade, fact that does not decrease its architectural value and neither its urban performance towards the avenue, whose opening dates back to the same period.



Despite being originally built for the same office functions and purpose, the adopted inner organization became gradually obsolete, facing the technical, functional and safety requirements demanded by the performative needs of a contemporary office’s building.

The intervention aims to the building’s enhancement on a functional level, also adjusting it to the required safety principles while upgrading its spatial display to the overall image, representation and performance willed by Portugal Telecom.



The introduction of passive security system, as well as thermal and acoustic insulation, will enhance the building’s functional performance and increase its comfort standards.

The original façade system was replaced and reinforced by shading panels fixed over a technical corridor levelled with each floor concrete slab, along the southern – and most exposed – façade.





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Old November 20th, 2011, 09:11 PM   #28
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Office Park Expo / NLA – Nuno Leónidas Arquitectos:



Architects: NLA – Nuno Leónidas Arquitectos – Nuno Leónidas, Vasco Leónidas, Duarte Tenera; Sara & Associados – Miguel Saraiva, Miguel Rocha
Location: Parque Das Nações, Lisbon, Portugal
Project year: 2005 – 2008
Photographs: José Manuel





The office park design had its genesis in the urban structure and the following fundamental concepts of the urban plan and the detailed plan pp1: multi-functionality; morphology of the surroundings; Views system; circulation roads; panoramic pedestrian platform, landscape structures.



The contribution of the built space to the requalification of the urban, landscape and environmental area involves its articulation to the surrounding urban fabric, through the relationship between the above-mentioned elements, in an inductive perspective and as a generator of attraction.



In this sense the following inductive elements are determin- ing factors of the urban form: tower with 18 floors towards the northwest; avenue d. João II and its built front towards the west; alameda dos oceanos with its playful character; platform at level 16; system of street services; Insulation; panoramic views over the river and emblematic architectural elements; environmental re-qualification on the block; pedestrian crossing pathways.



The tower was treated as a singular element, and is read to- gether with the other one that is in the west. both towers are an important benchmark of the plan and stand out in approach along the avenue d. João II. formally it is detached from any building, thus being an invaluable reference.



Its articulation takes place through an entrance square with a more urban nature and which encloses the more institutional functions of the complex. this urban square, a meeting place, is framed by three more relatively elevated blocks and also by the conference center.

Without sacrificing its formal integration within the office park group, the morphology of the several blocks permits differentiation in relation to the various purposes and needs of the different occupiers.









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Old November 20th, 2011, 09:15 PM   #29
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Secondary School in Lisbon / Gonçalo Byrne Arquitectos & José Laranjeira (finished):


Architects: Gonçalo Byrne Arquitectos, José Laranjeira
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Project team: Doriana Reino, Ana Abrantes, Tiago Coelho, Miguel Silva, Manuel Banazol
Project area: 9,000 sqm
Project year: 2007 – 2009
Photographs: Francisco Nogueira



The Ferreira Borges Commercial School, was inaugurated in 1963 and built according the MOP/ JCETS standards, being recently closed and replaced in 2002 by Escola Secundária Rainha D. Amélia (ESRDA).

The ESRDA was included on the first stage of the Secondary School Modernization Program, once placed in a larger Campus that also houses the D. João de Castro Educational Center, whose remodelling occurred under an earlier stage of the same program.



This joint operation has resulted in the construction of common services and facilities, as the entrance and reception, the refectory and the Indoor Sports Pavilion.

The existent building’s original structure was kept (Units A and B) as well as the distribution system central corridor and a double wing system housing the classrooms.





The new building (Unit C), replacing an existent connection corridor, will house the secretarial and management areas, as well as laboratories and the larger and more technically dependant classrooms.

The outdoor spaces as gardens, parking lot and recreational and sport activities areas were extensively remodelled, and a new shaded esplanade zone was created in front of the bar and cafeteria.

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Vergilio Ferreira High School / Atelier Central (finished):



Architects: Atelier Central
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Electrical Installations: Lmsa | Eng.º Pedro Gonçalves, Eng.ª Sílvie Cruz, Eng.º João Branco, Eng.º Luis Frazão
Integrated Security: Lmsa | Eng.º Joaquim Pereira
Hvac: Lmsa | Eng.ª Gabriela Ferreira
Photographs: João Morgado



Energy Certification: Lmsa | Eng.ª Gabriela Ferreira
Acoustics: Lmsa
Solid Wastes: Lmsa
Health And Security Plan: Lmsa | Eng.º João Estevão
Landscaping: Global

The intervention focused on the rehabilitation and reorganization of the existing buildings and to introduce a new entrance building, which includes administrative services and is in contact with the buildings that contain the library, spaces for teachers and spaces to welcome parents and guardians.



The spaces dedicated to the permanence of students and academic areas are distributed among the several buildings. In one of the buildings has been made an extension so that the space dedicated to the experimental arts and sciences could answer to the existing demands. The sporting facilities and their support areas were also remodeled.



The links between the different buildings constitute light elements of metal structure coated with golden aluminum profiles. The convergence of these elements in the entry block allows for answers to the demands of accessibility and generates a strong link between internal and external space. The effect produced by chaining the profiles around the remains of a fountain near the entrance building creates an environment that highlights the importance of the centrality of the areas that surround it.



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Mar do Oriente / Aires Mateus (finished):



Architects: Aires Mateus
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Project Leaders: Valentino Capelo Sousa, Bruno Moura Anes
Collaborators: Patrícia Marques, Maria Rebelo Pinto, Tiago Mestre, Afonso Almeida Fernandes
Client: “Mar do Oriente” Cooperative
Structural Engineer: José Nascimento
Air treatment: João Soares
Electrical Engineer & Communications: Saraiva de Figueiredo
Acoustics: José Nascimento
Landscape design: Margarida Quelhas
Constructor: Empreiteiros Casais
Surface Area: 7,200 sqm
Built Area: 16,700 sqm
Project Year: 2008
Photographs: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra





Over a platform, eight volumes are built, in which the significance of each volume is reinforced by repetition, not equal, but identical. The buildings have the same distance between themselves, repeating their external image, their height and width. The variation happens in their length and thus footprint on the platform.







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Musealization of the Archaeological Site of Praça Nova of São Jorge Castle / JLCG Arquitectos (finished):



Architect: João Luís Carrilho da Graça
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Landscape Architect: João Gomes da Silva
Project Team: Francisco Freire, Vasco Melo, Pedro Abreu, Monica Ravazzolo, architects; Paulo Barreto and Vanda Neto, models
Foundations and Structures: Estudos Betar / José Pedro Venâncio and Paulo Mendonça
Water Installations: Estudos Betar / Marta Azevedo and Jorge Pinheiro
Electrical Installations: Ruben Sobral
Security Installations: GIPIC – Alexandre Martins
Graphic Design: Henrique Cayatte, Mónica Lameiro and Pedro Gonçalves
Project Area: 3,500 sqm
Budget: 1,000,000 €
Project Year: 2008-2010
Photographs: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra

“Language is an archaeological vehicle… the language we speak is a whole palimpsest of human effort and history.”

Russell Hoban



The one hill occupied by the Castle of São Jorge is the site of the first known human settlement — dating to the Iron Age — of the place that would become the city of Lisbon, a strategic vantage point overlooking both the estuary of the River Tagus and its inland territory. The ‘Praça Nova’ of the Castle occupies an intramural promontory, enclosed by defense walls to the North and the West, and by the Santa Cruz Church, to the South, with a visual domain above the East walls over the city and the estuary.



An extensive archaeological excavation of this site, begun in 1996, uncovered remnants of its successive periods of inhabitation — Iron Age settlement, Mediaeval Muslim occupation and a Fifteenth Century Palace —, and the most significant artifacts removed, protected and now exhibited at the Castle’s Museum, leaving the exposed archeological site open to an intervention of protection and musealization.

This intervention addressed the themes of protection, revelation and readability of the palimpsest that any such excavation represents, with a pragmatical approach aimed at clarifying the palindromic quality of interpretation that the exposed structures suggested in their spacial distribution.



Thus, the first action was the clear delimitation of the site with a precise incision, comparable to that of a surgical intervention on a living body. A membrane of corten steel was inserted to contain the higher perimetrical surface, allowing both access and a panoramic view of the site, the materiality of these walls slowly evolving and changing over time as a living material. The same precision of cut was used in the inserted elements that allow the visitor to comfortably wander through the site — the limestone steps, landings and seating — setting them apart from the roughness of the excavated walls.



Stepping down to the site, to its simultaneously first material level and last period of occupation — the remnant pavement of the Fifteenth Century Palace of the Bishop of Lisbon — a hovering structure protects the existing mosaics, its underside covered in a black mirror that allows the visitor to see reflected the vertical perspective of the pavements that the eye level of their placement denies.

Further down the site and its timeline, the necessary canopy for the protection of the Eleventh Century Muslim domestic structures and its frescoes was taken as an opportunity to reproduce, through conjectural interpretation, its spacial experience as a series of independent rooms arranged around a patio that introduced light and ventilation into an otherwise exteriorly isolated dwelling. Professedly abstract and scenographic, the white walls that stage the domestic spatiality of the two excavated dwellings float above the visible foundations of the original walls, touching the ground on the mere six points where the evidence of the primeval limits is absent, while its translucent covering of polycarbonate and wood filters the sunlight.





Underlying the whole site, the evidence of the Iron Age settlement is exposed and protected trough a self-contained volume that, in a spiraled movement, extends from the perimetrical corten walls to embrace the depth necessary to its revelation. Massive and dramatic, the volume is pierced with horizontal slits that invite the curiosity for the observation of its interior, leading the visitor around the excavated pit to the point where the view is unobstructed and both the physical and time distance of the exhibited structures is made obvious.

The palimpsest of the site History is thus decoded and the possibility of its palindromic time-space reading made clear: not only trough the informational signage at the disposal of the visitor, but also, and significantly, trough the experience construed by its material protection and musealization.

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The 9 April Garden / aspa (finished):



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Architect: aspa
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Project Team: José Maria Cumbre + Nuno Sousa Caetano
Collaboration: Carolina Castro Freire
Foundations and Structures: PRPC Engenheiros – João Paulo Cardoso
Electrical and Telecommunications: Energia Técnica – João Mira
Security Installations: Energia Técnica – João Mira
HVAC systems: Energia Técnica – Luís Loureiro
Facilities Water and Sewerage: Energia Técnica – João Paulo Branco / Pereira Monteiro
Facilities Gas: Energia Técnica – João Paulo Branco / Pereira Monteiro
Measurements and Budget: Deolinda Cancela
Project Area: 308.80 sqm
Project Year: 2008-2010
Photographs: FG + SG







The 9 April Garden, also known as Albertas, has a belvedere with a panoramic views to the Tagus River and it is surrounded by numerous buildings of historical significance to Lisbon. This space appears as a promontory in a green space filled with tradition, open to the river and shipping, and with stunning views to the imposing right bank of river Tagus.



Placed on the roofscape of an existing building which anchors the level change between the garden and the lower plane of the Avenida 24 de Julho, this bar/terrace is built on as single storey structure. Its ephemeral character, lightness of materials, transparency, permeability and reflection promotes and preserves existing views, allowing the structure not to become an obstacle.



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Altis Belém Hotel / RISCO Architects (finished):



RISCO Architects‘ new 5-star Altis Belém Hotel contains 50 rooms and a number of facilities intended to support water sports. The hotel is designed in a way as to not constitute a visual obstacle along the axis between the Belém Tower and the Monument to the Discoveries. The hotel is a very narrow structure composed of a rectangular platform and “pockets” that hold different entities, such as a restaurant, to provide privacy. Above this platform, a larger green space opens for the guests to enjoy. On the exterior of the hotel, what appears to be an elaborate surface is actually a system of shutters that guests can open or close to reveal their larger balconies.





Location
Doca do Bom Sucesso, Belém, Lisboa
Promoter
APL – Administração do Porto de Lisboa
Client
Altis S.A.
Date
1999 – 2008

Architects
Manuel Salgado, João Almeida and Tomás Salgado with Fernando Sanchez Salvador and Margarida Grácio Nunes (interior design)
Built Area
9.086 m2
Cost
12.000.000 €





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Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown / Charles Correa Associates (finished):



harles Correa Associates designed this research and diagnostic center located in Lisbon. It is a state-of-the-art facility guided by some of the best scientist in the world. Correa says, “What makes me most proud about this project is that it is NOT a Museum of Modern Art. On the contrary, it uses the highest levels of contemporary science and medicine to help people grappling with real problems; cancer, brain damage and going blind. And to house these cutting-edge activities, we tried to create a piece of architecture. Architecture as Sculpture. Architecture as Beauty. Beauty as therapy.”

Architect: Charles Correa Associates
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Project Area: 50,000 sqm
Photographs: José Campos, arqf architectural photography



The site, where the river meets the Atlantic Ocean, is steeped in history. It is the site where Henry the Navigator, Vasco de Gama and other great Portuguese left on their journeys into the unknown—a perfect metaphor for the discoveries of contemporary science today, Correa points out.



The 3 units that constitute the project (the largest for the doctors and scientist, the second for the theatre, the exhibition hall, the Foundation offices, etc, and the third is an open-air amphitheater for the city) have been arranged to create a 125m long pathway leading diagonally across the site, towards the open seas.



This pathway is ramped up (at a gentle slope of 1:20) – so as you ascend, you see only sky ahead of you. At the end of the ramp are two stone monoliths, straight from the quarry. When you reach the highest point, you begin to see a large body of water, which seemingly connects (i.e., without any visual break) to the ocean beyond. In the center of this water body, just below the surface of the water, is an oval shaped object—made of stainless steel and slightly convex, so that it reflects the blue sky and passing clouds above.











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Entrecampos Master Plan (U/C)
Location Avenida das Forcas Armadas, Lisbon


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Location Avenida das Forcas Armadas, Lisbon
Client EPUL (Empresa Publica de Urbanizacao de Lisboa)
Landscape Architecture Joao Nunes (PROAP)
Programme Mixed-use development with housing (67,000 sq.m), retail (12,000 sq.m), offices (24,000 sq.m), art centre (9,000 sq.m) and parking (3,500)
Gross Built Area 112,000 sq.m (plus 130,000 sq.m below grade)
Project Status 2004 (master planning) – 2004 (approved by the municipal)

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River Houses Restelo (Completed):

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What a great architecture, and nice projects .
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the last one seems beutiful, and is a perfect example of modern architecture with traditional portuguese architecture influence
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