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  • Bom Jesus (Braga)
  • Castelo de Guimarães
  • Convento de Cristo (Tomar)
  • Palácio da Regaleira (Sintra)
  • Palácio da Pena (Sintra)
  • Mosteiros dos Jerónimos (Lisboa)
  • Mosteiro da Batalha
  • Mosteiro de Alcobaça
  • Mosteiro de Tibães (Braga)
  • Ponte Dão Luís (OPorto)
  • Arco da Porta Nova (Braga)
  • Sé Catedral (OPorto)
  • Arco da Rua Augusta (Lisboa)
  • Sé Catedral (Braga)
  • Solar de Mateus (Vila Real)
  • Templo de Diana (Évora)
  • Teatro Circo (Braga)
  • Torre dos Clérigos (OPorto)
  • Torre de Belém (Lisboa)
  • Igreja do Convento do Carmo (Lisboa)
  • Castelo São Jorge (Lisboa)
  • PORTUGUESE ARCHITECTS PORTUGUESE ARCHITECTS
  • SIZA VIEIRA Major Works: •Tea House - Boa Nova •Swimming Pool of Leça da Palmeira •Church of Marco de Canaveses. •Galician Centre of Contemporary Art •Serralves Museum •Faculty of Information- Santiago de Compostela. •Portugal Pavilion at Expo 98. BIOGRAPHY He began his professional life in 1955. He graduated from School of “Belas Artes” in Oporto. In 1988, he won the awards from Alvar Aalto and Mies van der Rohe foundations. In 1992 he won the Pritzker Prize, the Nobel of architecture. In Portugal he won Secil Architecture Prize (1996); the International Medal of Arts (2002); and the Golden Lion, award of the Venice Biennale, in 2012.
  • SIZA VIEIRA Pavilion of Portugal - Lisbon
  • SIZA VIEIRA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART OF SERRALVES -PORTO
  • EDUARDO SOUTO MOURA MAJOR WORKS •House of Arts in Oporto •Portugal Pavilion at Expo 2000 •Braga Municipal Stadium •Burgo Tower • Oporto Underground •Paula Rego House of Stories •Manoel de Oliveira House of Cinema BIOGRAPHY It is one of the most international and renowned Portuguese architects. His work falls with in the context of the “School of Oporto”, alongside names like Fernando Távora or Siza Vieira. Among many awards he has won Pessoa Prize in 1998 and Secil Prize in 2004, for the design of Braga Stadium. He received the Pritzker Prize, the "Nobel” of architecture , in 2011.
  • EDUARDO SOUTO MOURA FOOTBALL STADIUM IN BRAGA
  • EDUARDO SOUTO MOURA FOOTBALL STADIUM IN BRAGA
  • MANUEL SALGADO MAJOR WORKS •Higher School of Theatre and Film in Amadora •Professional School of Setúbal •Rehabilitation of Feira de S. Mateus in Viseu. • Antas Metro Station and Dragão Stadium in Oporto •Antas masterplan BIOGRAPHY He graduated from the School of “Belas Artes” of Lisbon in 1966. He won Valmor prize in 1980, for an Office Building in Lisbon. With Vittorio Gregotti (an important Italian architect) he won the contest for Centro Cultural de Belém, in Lisbon, in 1989, project that was then completed in 1992. He was responsible for the master plan of Expo‘ 98.
  • MANUEL SALGADO ESTÁDIO DO DRAGÃO FOOTBALL STADIUM IN OPORTO
  • MANUEL SALGADO FOOTBALL STADIUM IN OPORTO
  • ALCINO SOUTINHO MAJOR WORKS •Pousada D. Dinis, Vila Nova de Cerveira. •Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso Museum , Amarante. •Chamber Hall of Matosinhos, Matosinhos. •Florbela Espanca Library, Matosinhos. •Quinta das Sedas (Silks), Senhora da Hora. •Bom Sucesso Resort. BIOGRAPHY He graduated from the School of “Belas Artes” of Oporto in 1957. He was a teacher at “Escola Superior de Belas-Artes do Porto”, since 1973 and at the “Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade do Porto- FAUP”. In 1982, . In 1992 he won the prize "Europa Nostra”. With the design of the new Town Hall of Matosinhos, he gets national and international acclaim.
  • ALCINO SOUTINHO FLORBELA ESPANCA LIBRARY - Matosinhos
  • CARRILHO DA GRAÇA MAJOR WORKS •Pedestrian bridge in Ribeira da Carpinteira. •Church of St. Anthony, Portalegre. •Orient Museum, Lisbon. •School of Music, Lisbon. •Knowledge of the Seas Pavilion, Expo 98, Lisbon. •Pousada Flor da Rosa, Crato BIOGRAPHY He is the author of some of the most qualified pieces of work of the Portuguese Modern Architecture. He received many awards in Portugal and outside his country. He was guest professor to give lectures about his works in the universities of Barcelona, Lisbon, Rome, Milan, Verona, City of Mexico, Viena, and Oporto.
  • CARRILHO DA GRAÇA PAVILION OF KNOWLEDGE - Lisbon
  • CARRILHO DA GRAÇA PAVILION OF KNOWLEDGE - Lisbon
  • AIRES MATEUS MAJOR WORKS •Library and Arts Centre, Sines • Grand Canal Square Hotel and Residence •Nursing Home, Alcácer do Sal. •Elementary House, Grândola •Student house at University of Coimbra. BIOGRAPHY The brothers Manuel and Francisco Aires Mateus founded their studio in 1988. Both brothers teach at the Autonomous University of Lisbon and at the Academia of Architettura di Mendrizio, in Switzerland. They won the Mies van der Rohe Prize, the Contemporary Architecture Prize in 2007 and the Ibero American Biennial of Architecture.
  • AIRES MATEUS NURSING HOME - Alcácer do Sal
  • GONÇALO BYRNE MAJOR WORKS •Estoril Sol Residence , Cascais. •National Museum Machado de Castro, Coimbra. •Conversion of San Theotonius Hospital in a Pousada, Viseu. •Alcobaça Monastery •CGD Bank, Arraiolos BIOGRAPHY He graduated from the School of Belas Artes in Lisbon in 1968. When he starts working on his own he is greatly influenced by the work of the Portuguese architect Siza Vieira. He was awarded the National Prize of Architecture in 1988 and the Great Medal of Gold from the Academy of Architecture of Paris in 2000. In 2005 he was honoured the Honoris Causa fromthe Universidade Técnica de Lisboa.
  • GONÇALO BYRNE ESTORIL SOL RESIDENCE - Cascais
  • MANUEL GRAÇA DIAS MAJOR WORKS •Salgueiral Residence, Guimarães •Office Complex, Vila Verde •Campus Universitário Monte da Caparica, Almada •Complexo Golfinho, Chaves •Porta Sul e Torre de Cracking da Expo'98, Lisboa •Escola de musica, artes e ofícios de Chaves BIOGRAPHY He has developed a vast academic activity since 1985 not only in the College of Architecture of the University of Oporto(FAUP), but also in Facoltá di Architettura do Politecnico di Milano. He is totally engaged in the criticism and expanding of architecture and so he is a regular presence in conferences, seminars and exihibitions. He has also been the creator of several projects and his work is vast and recognized.
  • MANUEL GRAÇA DIAS Office Complex - Vila Verde, Braga
  • The best world’s house in 2011 is Portuguese The MIMA HOUSE, designed by the Portuguese architects Mario Sousa Brandão and Marta has won the "Building of the Year" in the category "Houses", assigned by ArchDaily, one of the most respected international architectural sites. These architects work in Switzerland with the famous Pritzker architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron.
  • MIMA HOUSE