Two Houses in Monção / João Paulo Loureiro

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Architects: João Paulo Loureiro
Location: Monção,
Year: 2013
Photographs: José Campos

U8 International Competition: The Unknown Porto

Revista Unidade recently announced their international competition “The Unknown Porto”. The main goal is to convert an industrial ruin into a service station, serving the national road of .

Registration for the competition will end May 17 and the jury includes , Valerio Olgiati, Jonathan Sergison and Camilo Rebelo. For more information, please go to the competition’s official website.

Centro De Artes Nadir Afonso / Louise Braverman

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Architects: Louise Braverman
Location: Boticas, Portugal
Design Team: Artur Afonso, John Gillham, Yugi Hsiao, Jing Liu, Snow Liu, Medha Singh
Local Architect: Paulo Pereira Almeida
Area: 1858.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: FG +SG Architectural Photography

Constell.ation / LIKEarchitects

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Architects:
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
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Project Team: Diogo Aguiar, João Jesus, Teresa Otto e Álvaro Villa, Tania Costa Coll
Project Year: 2013
Photographs: Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

AD Round Up: The Architecture Photography of Fernando Guerra

Ílhavo Maritime Museum Extension / ARX . Image Courtesy of FG+SG – Fernando Guerra

Today, we’d like to commemorate the captivating architectural photography of Fernando Guerra. The Portuguese architect-turned-photographer’s work has graced our webpages many times since he began his career in 2001. In a recent interview with Paperhouses, he recalls the evolution of his aspiration to capture decisive architectural moments. Here are five of our favorites: Cube HouseAlcácer do Sal Residences, House in Fontinha, the Pocinho Center for High Performance Rowing, and the Ílhavo Maritime Museum Extension.

White Wolf Hotel / AND-RÉ

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Architects: AND-RÉ
Location: , Portugal
Architect In Charge: Bruno André, Francisco Salgado Ré
Design Team: Adalgisa Lopes, Ana Matias, João Fernandes, Pedro Costa, Sandra Paulo, Sofia Mota Silva
Year: 2013
Photographs: João Soares

Aires Mateus Chosen to Design University of Architecture, Tournai

Courtesy of Aires Mateus

The prestigious Portuguese office Aires Mateus – formed by brothers Manuel and Francisco Aires Mateus – has won a competition to design the new headquarters of the University of Architecture in Tournai, .

Exhibition: Porto Poetic

Poetic, an exhibition covering the career and work of notable portuguese architects, started March 6 and will keep on going until April 13. The exhibition, which includes the work of Pritzker Prize winners Álvaro Siza and , will show sketches, plans, models and photographs of their most important work.

The exhibition will include a conference by Siza, Souto de Moura and Francesco Dal Co on April 3rd. The complete program and conference schedule can be downloaded here (in Portuguese).

Title: Exhibition: Porto Poetic
From: Thu, 06 Mar 2014
Until: Sun, 13 Apr 2014
Venue: Galeria Municipal Almeida Garrett
Address: Porto, Portugal

Ines Lobo Wins 2014 arcVision Women and Architecture Prize

Francisco Rodrigues Lobo Secondary School / Inês Lobo Arquitectos. Image © Leonardo Finotti

Portuguese Architect Ines Lobo has won the second edition of the arcVision Prize – Women and Architecture, an international social architecture award instituted by the Italcementi Group. Commended by the jury for being a “versatile architect,” Lobo has built a reputation for “creatively attacking complex architectural problems” at a variety of scales “within the existing urban fabric.”

The Hill Cork House / Contaminar Arquitectos

© - Fernando Guerra + Sergio Guerra

Architects: Contaminar Arquitectos
Location: Leiria, Portugal
Architects In Charge: Joel Esperança (Architect), Ruben Vaz (Architect), Romeu Sousa (Designer)
Collaborators: Frederico Louçano, Hugo Rainho, Margarida Carrilho, Emanuela Quinta
Area: 653.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra + Sergio Guerra

Elderly Residential Building / Atelier Lopes da Costa

© Manuel Aguiar

Architects: Atelier Lopes da Costa
Location: Santo Tirso, Portugal
Architect In Charge: José António Lopes da Costa, Tiago Meireles
Year: 2013
Photographs: Manuel Aguiar

Kalorias – Children’s Space / estúdio AMATAM

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Architects: estúdio AMATAM
Location: , Portugal
Area: 410 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Courtesy of estúdio AMATAM

Sneak Peek: Canal 180 and ArchDaily Present I LIKE Series

‘I Like’ is an original series on architecture and spatial intervention, developed in a collaboration between and LIKEarchitects atelier.

‘I Like’ is a multicolored urban kaleidoscope that reveals some of the most amazing architectural interventions in the world, in a series of 11 episodes organized by color.

‘I Like’ color is a chromatic experiment and spatial exercise curated by Diogo Aguiar and Teresa Otto.

‘I Like’ premiers on March 4th. Stay tuned!

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House Quinta Do Carvalheiro / GSMM Architetti

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Architects: GSMM Architetti
Location: ,
Architects In Charge: Giorgio Santagostino, Monica Margarido
Area: 120.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: FS + SG

Aroeira III House / ColectivArquitectura

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Architects: ColectivArquitectura
Location: Aroeira,
Architects In Charge: Vera Martins Alves e Cristóvão Fonseca Ferreira
Landscape Architects: Nélia Martins + João Junqueira arquitectos paisagistas
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: FG+SG – architectural photography

Nordial Center / MJARC Architects Associated

© Joao Ferrand

Architects: MJARC Architects Associated
Location: , Portugal
Architects In Charge: Maria Joao Andrade, Ricardo Cordeiro
Area: 5400.0 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Joao Ferrand

Silence Cloister in the Lorvão Monaster / João Mendes Ribeiro

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Architects: João Mendes Ribeiro
Location: Penacova,
Year: 2013
Photographs: Do mal o menos

Casa da Maternidade / Pablo Pita Arquitectos

© José Campos

Architects: Pablo Pita Arquitectos
Location: Porto,
Architect In Charge: Pablo Rebelo, Pedro Pita
Year: 2013
Photographs: José Campos