Posts tagged as 'Joao Morgado'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.03.2014 - Tagged as: Joao Morgado
Ilustrarte 2014 Exhibition by Pedro Cabrito + Isabel Diniz, photo: Joao Morgado – Architecture Photography
Ilustrarte is an international, biennial contest and exhibition for contemporary children’s book illustration held in Lisbon. For the 6th edition architects Pedro Cabrito and Isabel Diniz designed an exhibition space inspired by colourful toy blocks.
Belas House by Estúdio Urbano Arquitectos, photo: Joao Morgado
A house by Lisbon-based Estúdio Urbano Arquitectos located in nearby Belas Clube de Campo, a private residential development, uses topography to maximize exterior areas and offer privacy to the users.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.12.2013 - Tagged as: cork, Joao Morgado
Vaulted Cork Pavillion by Pedro de Azambuja Varela, Maria João de Oliveira and Emmanuel Novo, photo: Joao Morgado – Architecture Photography
To demonstrate cork building materials made by Amorim Isolamento, Pedro de Azambuja Varela, Maria João de Oliveira and Emmanuel Novo created a vaulted cork pavilion for Concreta 2013 (a biennial building fair held at Exponor, Porto) while studying in the Digital Architecture Advanced Studies Course at CEAAD.
Three Cusps Chalet by Tiago do Vale Architects, photo: João Morgado
Three Cusps Chalet is a compact house renovation in the historical city center of Braga in Portugal in what was once the spartan kitchen, laundry, larders and personnel quarters of a small palace built by wealthy Brazilian emigrants in the second half of the 19th century.
‘House in Mosteiro’ by Arquitectos Matos, photo: Joao Morgado – Architecture Photography
Arquitectos Matos’ ‘House in Mosteiro’, located on the outskirts of Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal, an ancient crossroads, is organized on a single floor around a central courtyard, facing South and West, protected from the street on the North side.
Bakery in Oporto by Paulo Merlini, photo: João Morgado
A bakery design in Oporto, Portugal by Paulo Merlini features an undulating ceiling and three different environments so that customers can select a space that suits their mood, all part of a strategy of “brain response to exterior stimuli”.