Publications . Printed Editions

Highlights

Loft Three Marias
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The existing context Conversion and adaptation of interior spaces. Apartment located at first Floor of a five-storey building, built in 1893. Floor joist hangers Wood (10×14) with walls of stone masonry. Height with 3.5m ceilings with plaster stucco with figurative decorations. Wooden window frames need to intervene on the side of the road and complete replacement of the interior side of the block. Original wood floor that is in good condition with the exception of areas where circulation is impaired. Kitchen installed in reduced difficulties in placing numerous appliances area. Toilet with direct link to the outside located next to the kitchen compartment and dimensions that a narrow and barely functional space. Besides being the bathroom of support rooms that are opposite the same side. The apartment has three hits from the common staircase. Too many doors t… [read more]

Recent Work

House in Fonte BoaCoimbra / Portugal

Architects: João Mendes Ribeiro / 2015

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Fonte de Angeão SchoolVagos / Portugal

Architects: Miguel Marcelino / 2015

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The school setting allows a close relationship with nature, located in the countryside, the new primary school + kindergarten is surrounded by beautiful adult trees.
The proposal explores the relations between inside and outside through two systems that will define the spatial orga… [read more]

Mima EssentialPortugal / Portugal

Architects: Mima Architects / 2016

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MIMA Essential is the ultimate achievement of depuration and purism applied to MIMA House’s original project. Its simple and intuitive morphology is ideal for quick and practical constructions without dropping comfort and refinement. MIMA Essential allows building in heig… [read more]

Hospital Sousa MartinsGuarda / Portugal

Architects: Aripa Architects / 2013

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The Sousa Martins Sanatorium which opened in 1907 was the first purpose-built hospital for the treatment of patients with pulmonary infections. The sanatorium’s strong humanist component (it had a games room, winter garden, library, dentist, barber and soon) and its location in a… [read more]