Tag: Arquitectos Anónimos

AA Conference ESAP \ Arquitectos Anónimos

AA Conference ESAP \ Arquitectos Anónimos

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• November 13, 2011 • Comments (0)

Arquitectos Anónimos ® will lecture about their latest productions and working processes in ESAP | At Work. Monday, November 14, 6:00pm Location: Escola Superior Artística do Porto – Portugal Organization: David Viana

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Arquitectos Anonimos - Bridges 2011

Arquitectos Anonimos – Bridges 2011

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• July 27, 2011 • Comments (0)

Arquitectos Anónimos ® will present a scientific paper on COMPUTATIONALLY DRIVEN ARCHITECTURES as part of working processes applied to their latest projects: at Bridges 2011 Math Art International Conference, 28th July (Coimbra-Portugal). + More info at bridgesmathart.org. + Works by Arquitectos Anónimos on +MOOD

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Villa Fornea | Arquitectos Anónimos

Villa Fornea | Arquitectos Anónimos

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• June 13, 2010 • Comments (0)

Villa Fornea by Arquitectos Anónimos is a project proposed on the existing Roman ruins in Belmonte – Portugal. The architectural design was intended to create an organic building that to challenge the rigid formal arrangement of the spaces. The building results from the accumulation of silhouettes that configure a multidirectional volume rather rigid conception of […]

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FFAT House | Arquitectos Anónimos

FFAT House | Arquitectos Anónimos

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• November 6, 2009 • Comments (1)

Portugal-based Arquitectos Anónimos has designed the FFAT House located in Vila Nova Gaia, Portugal. two criteria led to the final solution: on the one hand, by using the urban plan statutory regulations restricting the perimeter and the possible location of the building; and on the other hand by manipulation of the interior space in relation […]

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NG House | Arquitectos Anónimos

NG House | Arquitectos Anónimos

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• November 5, 2009 • Comments (5)

The NG House in St. Tirso, Portugal was designed by Arquitectos Anónimos to sit on the existing stone wall, the house is finished in wooden skin and full glass at both sides, creating a beautiful contrast on the materials. + Architectural concept courtesy of Arquitectos Anónimos Sometimes we dig up foundations only to cover them […]

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