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Garden Pavilion / José Pedro Lima

May 7, 2022 Susanna Moreira 0

Where once stood an interior-block house, it is now proposed as a small garden structure. A considerable part of the existing pavement was removed, totting sensitively 20m2 of green surface to the courtyard. This newly built space is destined for domestic purposes, like ironing, and drying clothes, to name a few. 


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Monte dos Judeus Building Rehabilitation / OODA

May 1, 2022 Susanna Moreira 0

Inserted in the historic area of Miragaia, the project comprises the rehabilitation of a vacant property built in several stages since the end of the 19th century, transforming it into a residential building that maintains the original architectural features adapted to contemporary housing reality. The geometrical form of the building clearly identifies with the Hebrew ancestry and the Jewish culture of Porto, associated with the Jewish settlement in Monchique which includes a synagogue and a cemetery for Jewish people, evident in the toponymy of the street that surrounds it – Rua Monte dos Judeus.

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Monte dos Judeus Building Rehabilitation / OODA

May 1, 2022 Susanna Moreira 0

Inserted in the historic area of Miragaia, the project comprises the rehabilitation of a vacant property built in several stages since the end of the 19th century, transforming it into a residential building that maintains the original architectural features adapted to contemporary housing reality. The geometrical form of the building clearly identifies with the Hebrew ancestry and the Jewish culture of Porto, associated with the Jewish settlement in Monchique which includes a synagogue and a cemetery for Jewish people, evident in the toponymy of the street that surrounds it – Rua Monte dos Judeus.

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Klee Urban Habitat Building / Solo Arquitetos

April 24, 2022 Susanna Moreira 0

The Mossunguê neighborhood in Curitiba is one of the most remarkable results in the history of real estate development in the city, concentrating the highest sales values ​​per square meter. The region, commercially known as Ecoville, is marked mainly by rapid transit roads, isolated buildings, high walls, and little life in the public space.