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Old March 8th, 2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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Neo Historic Architecture - Arquitetura Histórica Neo

Hi,

I am wondering if there are any new or recently constructed buildings which are built in a historic architecture style?

I currently have a thread in the classic architecture forum which features newly constructed buildings which are built in traditional form.

Please see thread here:

https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1022349

I would like to have a few examples from Portugal added, so please feel free to post in the above thread.

Thanks in advance!




oi,

Eu estou querendo saber se existem edifícios novos ou recentemente construído, que são construídos em uma arquitetura de estilo histórico?

Eu tenho atualmente um tópico no fórum arquitetura clássica que possui imóveis recém-construídos que são construídas na forma tradicional.

Por favor, veja tópico aqui:

https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1022349

Eu gostaria de ter alguns exemplos de Portugal adicionados, por favor, sinta-se livre para postar no tópico acima.

Obrigado antecipadamente!
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Old March 20th, 2013, 06:41 PM   #2
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Hi Hed Kandi I'm sorry but I can't think of anything. Unfortunately we're better at destroying than rebuilding.
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I've posted many great projects from Portugal. See thread for pics.
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Nice pictures, but the ones you posted are either reconstructions or built in a style that we call "português suave", which I don't consider to be historical.
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Many new updates added.

Latest page: https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...022349&page=61
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Thread has been updated.
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...022349&page=80

If you have any new contributions, please do post! Thanks!
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You want to build a traditional house?

This material overview is of great help -
while of course your local materials have to be considered, as well as weather conditions:


Source / image link


Cities and houses are made by the people. And where they build, they should consider going vernacular/traditional,
to get something that is sustainable, eco-friendly, valuable, affordable, beautiful, livable and eternal.
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Agree with this - we need to stop levelling and uglyfying our cities
with bland uniform globalist-modernist architecture, that looks the same everywhere:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Stravinsky View Post
Most of the world's cities are not protecting anything. In fact, most of the world is going to look pretty much the same within some decades:

India, Asia:
[IMG]http://i59.************/642v4y.jpg[/IMG]

China, Asia:
[IMG]http://i62.************/29ftegz.jpg[/IMG]

Brazil, South America:
[IMG]http://i58.************/122itue.jpg[/IMG]

Canada, North America:
[IMG]http://i60.************/bf14qs.jpg[/IMG]

Kenya, Africa:
[IMG]http://i60.************/2iruhe8.jpg[/IMG]

Australia, Oceania:
[IMG]http://i61.************/2mzcvno.jpg[/IMG]

UK, Europe:
[IMG]http://i59.************/2eq56xe.jpg[/IMG]


Hell to modernism. I'll go for this all the time:

[IMG]http://i57.************/wk1u1w.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i61.************/119191y.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://i57.************/2zszfvl.jpg[/IMG]

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Think about it:



It's not about praising traditional architecture,
it is about living and continuing it for our own well-being.
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Unfortunately there seems to be a taboo among key stakeholders in Portugal regarding the reconstruction of historical buildings or the construction of new buildings in a similar style. The results are often the disfiguration of historical areas with modern buildings of low aesthetic quality that clash with their surroundings. This trend was particularly severe in past decades, but fixing those errors seems to go against the idea of "architectural evolution" held by many.
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^ I'm sad to hear this. Portugal is among the countries that got the loveliest ensembles of classical architecture in its old towns - on a global scale. I'd be more than outraged to see them falling to disrepair and getting replaced by autistic modernist shite.

I can appreciate modernist architecture where it has its place, being solitary landmark buildings that don't harm a classical/traditional ensemble. Where it clashes, it causes disharmony and blinds the eye.

Are there any Portuguese architects that perform contemporary classical architecture?
I'd love to add some names from Portugal there:

New Classical Architects

So far I only got José Baganha & Arquitectos Associados. But they're quite good, check their website!
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Something to think about in addition...

A caricature by architect, planner and theorist Léon Krier:

Real estate demand of the people - versus - contemporary architecture education


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^ I'm sad to hear this. Portugal is among the countries that got the loveliest ensembles of classical architecture in its old towns - on a global scale. I'd be more than outraged to see them falling to disrepair and getting replaced by autistic modernist shite.

I can appreciate modernist architecture where it has its place, being solitary landmark buildings that don't harm a classical/traditional ensemble. Where it clashes, it causes disharmony and blinds the eye.

Are there any Portuguese architects that perform contemporary classical architecture?
I'd love to add some names from Portugal there:

New Classical Architects

So far I only got José Baganha & Arquitectos Associados. But they're quite good, check their website!
We seem to be on the same wavelength. Fortunately there is a much greater awareness of the need to preserve our historical/classical buildings and there has been a wave of rennovations and reconstruction, particularly in Lisbon's historical centre. Sadly not all those rennovations preserve the building's original features and sometimes end up being a modernised version of the classical building.
Eg:



When it comes to new construction in a classical style you'd normally only see it in detached houses/villas and condominums.
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I believe that more is more. I believe that less is less.
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Hi Everyone,

The Neo Historic thread has been updated and is approaching 200 pages of newly built traditionalist architecture.

We have representations of buildings from all 7 continents (including Antarctica). If you have anything to contribute to the thread it would be much appreciated!

The newest page can be found here:
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post116150973


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Old March 2nd, 2015, 09:52 PM   #15
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Hi All,

The thread is now nearing 250 pages of examples. We would highly appreciate any relevant contributions to the thread from your country.


https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1022349
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From the main thread.


Casas na Areia - Comporta, Portugal (Built 2010)
















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From the main thread.

Residence Building in Campo de Ourique - Lisbon - Portugal (Built 2000)





Townhouse in Lapa - Lisbon - Portugal (Built 1998)









Townhouse in Campo de Ourique - Lisbon - Portugal (Built 2004)







Townhouse in Figueira da Foz - Figueira da Foz - Portugal





House in Baleal - Peniche - Portugal (Built 2000)







House in Sesmarias - Salvaterra de Magos - Portugal (Built 1992)









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Town Houses in Algueirão - Sintra - Portugal (Built 1991/2006)









House - Monte do Cabaço - Redondo - Portugal (Built 2003)









House - Monte do Carújo - Alvito - Portugal (Built 2001)









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