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Portable Spiral of History / Bernardo Rodrigues Arquitecto

  • 01:00 - 7 December, 2010
Portable Spiral of History / Bernardo Rodrigues Arquitecto
Portable Spiral of History / Bernardo Rodrigues Arquitecto, © FG+SG – Fernando Guerra
© FG+SG – Fernando Guerra

© FG+SG – Fernando Guerra © FG+SG – Fernando Guerra © FG+SG – Fernando Guerra © FG+SG – Fernando Guerra +27

  • Architects

  • Location

    Lisbon, Portugal
  • Collaborator

    Francesco Ugolotti
  • Engineer And Construction Manager

    Antonio Pinto
  • Metal Structure

    Lisopatamar
  • Client

    Ministery of Culture of Portugal
  • Project Year

    0

From the architect. The Portable Spiral of History is a commission from the Ministry of Culture for a small pavilion-art booth at the 2010 Lisbon-Art fair. It contained a selection of books and products of the Portuguese Network of Museums and institutes of the Arts, for sale. It was then later permanently assigned to the lobby where the Ministry as complements to showcase products of the existing Shop on the ground floor entrance of the Ajuda Palace and dignify the main arrival area to the whole complex of the Palace Museum and the Ministry.

Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Portable Spiral of History / Bernardo Rodrigues Arquitecto" 07 Dec 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/93975/portable-spiral-of-history-bernardo-rodrigues-arquitecto/>
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