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House in Palmela / Pedro Rogado + Catarina Almada

00:00 - 31 July, 2011
House in Palmela / Pedro Rogado + Catarina Almada, © Thorsten Humpel
© Thorsten Humpel

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  • Architects

    Pedro Rogado, Catarina Almada
  • Location

    Palmela, Portugal
  • Collaboration

    Hugo Formiga,  Maria Marques, Liliana Esperança, Maria Pais de Sousa, Anna Leipolz
  • Structural Engineering

    ARA – Eng.º Fernando Rodrigues
  • Infrastructural Engineering

    Geberit, S.A – Eng.º Manuel Motta, Eng.º Rui Machado
  • Client

    Dr.º Francisco Miranda
  • Project Year

    2007
  • Photographs

House in Vilamoura / Pedro Rogado + Vasco Mendia

01:00 - 27 July, 2011
House in Vilamoura / Pedro Rogado + Vasco Mendia, © Fernando Guerra |  FG+SG
© Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Faro, Portugal
  • Architect

    Pedro Rogado, Vasco Mendia
  • Interior Architecture

    Pedro Mariguesa
  • Collaboration

    Hugo Formiga, Maria Marques, Liliana Esperança, Joana Fonseca, Ana Lobo Faria
  • Client

    Dr.ª Liliana Palhinha
  • Project Year

    2008
  • Photographs

AD Photographers: Joao Morgado

07:30 - 16 November, 2010
Call Center in Santo Tirso / Aires Mateus
Call Center in Santo Tirso / Aires Mateus

In our AD Photographers section we are now featuring portuguese photographer Joao Morgado. Born in 1985, he has made his photographer career during the last 4 years, working regularly with offices from Portugal, Spain, Netherlands and Italy.

1. When and how did you start photographing architecture?

I always had a passion about photography but it became more intense during my studies in architecture.

Through that time, i visited a lot of buildings and i spent several hours a day in libraries absorbing architecture and somehow i missed something from the photos of the buildings i have visited before. Since then i became more and more interested, not only in my own point of view, but specially in the truth of architecture.

A couple of months later, i had an invitation from an editor to photograph buildings of three respect Portuguese architects for a yearbook publication: Aires Mateus, Promontorio and Menos é Mais.