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Old February 13th, 2016, 01:07 AM   #541
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Duque de Loulé 86 | Lisbon

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Official Website: http://www.coporgest.com/pt/detalhe/...HR9R2C9sMMo1Dj



Project Facts:
  • Address: Avenida Duque de Loulé 86-94 with Rua Luciano Cordeiro 119
  • Lisbon Borough: Santo António
  • Developer: Coporgest
  • Floors: 6
  • Homes: 97





The Duque de Loulé 86, now renamed Sottomayor Residências, viewed from inside the complex and from the air, by Diário Imobiliário




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On the same topic, new renders were released, including some of the interior:













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Old February 14th, 2016, 12:38 AM   #543
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Cascais Line Renovation

Lisbon Forum Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...429955&page=33

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Project Facts:
  • Municipalities: Lisbon, Oeiras, and Cascais
  • Developer: Governo de Portugal
  • Length: 25.5 Km
  • Max. Speed: 90 Km/h
  • Cost: 125.000.000€


The Cascais Line is part of the planned public investments in the rail network until 2021. That is the second line with more passengers in the country, behind the Sintra Line, and it's struggling for years with serious infrastructure and rolling stock problems.



With the confirmation of the rail investments planned in 2014, the Cascais Line already has a date to the resolution of the many problems affecting the railway today - in 2021, all the infrastructure must have gone through a massive renovation program that will cost more than 125 million euros.

It is very likely the renovation will be accompanied by a transition of the electrification to 25.000 Volts. Today, the Cascais Line is the only national line electrified with direct current (1500 V). Not only the electrification to 25.000 V permits using much more modest and easy to maintain traction installations, as decisively facilitates the selection options of the new rolling stock fleet.

All the trackside equipment will be replaced, and the signs will also be renewed and unified with the rest of the network. At the same time the security systems common to the rest of the network will be installed. The maximum speed will remain at 90 km/h, which is perfectly reasonable for an urban-oriented way as is the case.

Source: http://portugalferroviario.net/wordp...a-forma-final/
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Old February 15th, 2016, 11:57 PM   #544
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Lisbon's Bike-Sharing System: Annual Pass will cost 36€
The price is the same as a monthly fare for Carris (Buses) and Metro.
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Good news for sports enthusiasts and bike lovers. Pedaling in Lisbon will cost only 36€ per year, the equivalent of a monthly Navegante Pass to circulate in Lisbon Metro and Carris.

(...) The Empresa Municipal de Mobilidade e Estacionamento de Lisboa (EMEL) wants to create a network of more than 1400 shared bikes distributed in four areas of the city.

This is not the first time that the contest is launched but, as João Dias, EMEL's administrator, said to Jornal de Negócios, it was closed because competitors "presented problems in terms of the procedures that had to meet the contest."

The Public Bike-Sharing System (SBPP) of Lisbon will have a cost of 10€ per day and an annual pass will cost around 36 euros. Although these values ​​are not yet fully agreed, "the City Council agreed that an annual pass should cost the same as a monthly pass for public transport. It is a reasonable value because they also want the bike-sharing network to have membership", explains João Dias.

Overall, the network will consist of 1410 bicycles spread over a total of 140 stations in four areas of the city: Central Plateau (92 stations); Parque das Nações (15 stations); Central Axis (6 stations); Downtown and Riverfront (27 stations). The supply of vehicles and network management will be done by an external company contracted by EMEL.

The model of the bikes still has to be decided but it will be normal, electric, and/or hybrid.

The EMEL estimates that this project will cost approximately 29 million euros.
More: http://shifter.pt/2016/02/bicicletas...star-36-euros/
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Old February 19th, 2016, 10:30 PM   #545
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Conde 35 | Lisbon

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Official Website: http://www.castelhana.pt/empreendimentos/conde-35-pt/



Project Facts:
  • Adress: Rua do Conde 35
  • Lisbon Borough: Estrela
  • Developer: Castelhana
  • Architect: Aires Mateus
  • Floors: 5
  • Homes: 12

Castelhana has announced a new development in the historic neighborhood of Lapa.



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Santa Martha 22 | Lisbon

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Official Website: http://www.portadafrente.com/shop/pr...artha-22-31218



Project Facts:
  • Adress: Rua de Santa Marta 22
  • Lisbon Borough: Santo António
  • Developer: Porta da Frente
  • Floors: 4
  • Homes: 7

New requalification project near Avenida da Liberdade announced early this month!

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Seems to be one of the few threads on this site in which the buildings are actually fitting to the location.
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Old February 23rd, 2016, 09:09 PM   #548
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Seems to be one of the few threads on this site in which the buildings are actually fitting to the location.
Most of these projects are only refurbishment of old rundown buildings.
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Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology | Lisbon

Lisbon Forum Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1354341

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Project Facts:
  • Lisbon Borough: Belém
  • Developer: EDP Foundation
  • Architect: Amanda Levete
  • Height: 14m
  • Length: 150m
  • Cost: 19 Million EUR (21.5 Million USD)





The temporary shoring columns of the metal arch were successfully removed today. The arch has a span of 73m and will support the building's roof, which will be used as a public space in the continuation of the riverside.

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Old February 23rd, 2016, 11:19 PM   #550
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Most of these projects are only refurbishment of old rundown buildings.
Damn, I did think that most of them must be but are any of them new?
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Damn, I did think that most of them must be but are any of them new?
The only one I can remember is this hotel. It's already U/C.
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Old February 23rd, 2016, 11:51 PM   #553
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Although it only resembles the Soft Portuguese style (just a tiny bit), Salitre 100 is also a new development:

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Damn, I did think that most of them must be but are any of them new?
That post above yours of a museum of art and architecture must be a renovation with its Gehry-esque or Zaha-esque curves...
$21.5 Million US is an absolute steal for that design quality!!!
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Rodrigo da Fonseca 49 | Lisbon

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Official Website: http://www.rodrigodafonseca49.com/



Project Facts:
  • Adress: Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca 49
  • Lisbon Borough: Santo António
  • Developer: Cobertura
  • Floors: 7
  • Homes: 6



Progress on the Rodrigo Fonseca 49, photo by LP12:

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Liberdade 40 | Lisbon

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Official Website: http://www.liberdade40.pt/doc/Liberd...Digital_PT.pdf



Project Facts:
  • Adress: Av. da Liberdade 40
  • Lisbon Borough: Santo António
  • Architect: André Caiado
  • Developer: L40
  • Floors: 8
  • Homes: 16
  • Retail Space: 725m²

New project on Avenida da Liberdade. The major requalification of the 80's building will "highlight the neutral tones and pure lines and will
offer cosmopolitan discretion that makes the difference."

Render and how it is today:



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FPM 41 | Lisbon

Lisbon Forum Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=414208

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Project Facts:
  • Adress: Avenida Fontes Pereira de Melo 41
  • Lisbon Borough: Avenidas Novas
  • Developer: RockBuilding
  • Architect: Barbas Lopes Arquitetos
  • Height: 70
  • Floors: 17
  • Site Area: 8142m2
  • Cost: 50.000.000€



Last weekend at the FPM 41 site:

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Focus Lx | Lisbon

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Official Website: http://www.focuslx.pt/



Project Facts:
  • Adress: Av. António Augusto de Aguiar 138
  • City Borough: Avenidas Novas
  • Developer: AM | 48
  • Floors: 9
  • Homes: 26
  • Floorspace: 10800m²



Progress at the Focus Lx site, where the cladding is already going up and the building is almost topped out:



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Lisbon is about to get a new Museum for Art, Architecture and Technology
http://www.wallpaper.com/architectur...VDy5kkzlKFl.99


London-based architects AL_A, headed by Amanda Levete, are behind the striking design for the new MAAT - Lisbon's new Museum for Art, Architecture and Technology, set to open this autumn


The structure is situated by the Lisbon waterfront in the neighborhood of Belem and it will connect the seaside with the inner city through a bridge – contruction on that element hasn't started yet


The low, organic structure is covered in ceramic tiles, referencing Portugal's rich tradition in the specific material


Currently in advanced construction, the building will combine public space above, with museum areas below ground


The MAAT will include flexible exhibition spaces that will be able to host art, architecture and technology shows with equal ease


Gearing up for opening in October 2016, the upcoming MAAT is set to become Lisbon's new cultural hotspot

A new landmark is about to land onto the long Lisbon waterfront; the brand new MAAT museum, situated in the Portuguese capital's Belem district, has been taking shape and gearing up for completion later in the year, designed by London based architects AL_A.

The low-rise striking new building, sat along the city's riverside, is designed to become Lisbon's hot new cultural centre, the Museum for Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT). The curvy structure cleverly swells and ducks into the ground to form flexible exhibition halls that merge with some 7,000 sq m of new public space by the water.

The museum is supported by the country's EDP Foundation. 'In understanding EDP's ambition for Lisbon, our design draws on the context of the site, creating both physical and conceptual connections to the waterfront and back to the heart of the city', says AL_A principle Amanda Levete.

The new building's fluid, organic form shimmers playfully, reflecting the hues and movements of the nearby sea. Its skin, made out of glazed tiles, is inspired by the country's rich material heritage and tradition in colourful ceramics.

Steps built within the landscaping lead down to the water's edge, ensuring the new structure maintains a connection and harmonious balance with its context, while at the same time heads the Lisbon neighbourhood's wider ongoing regeneration.

Currently in advance stages of construction, the museum is planning its grand public opening to take place in October 2016. Under the direction of Pedro Gadanho, the museum will open with a show entitled UTOPIA/DYSTOPIA, PART 1: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster.
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