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The place for architecture in Portugal

It is wrong to declare that there is no work for architects in any country currently undergoing financial devastation. In Portugal, architecture will have a future as long as it understands that in the next few years it has to work detached from markets, and mostly against their will.


Op-ed / Tiago Mota Saraiva


Agora 2012 / Bordeaux 2030

The 5th edition of Bordeaux's biennale of architecture, urbanism and design proposes a discussion about urban heritage, a topic particularly adequate for the majority of the European cities.


Architecture / Gonzalo Herrero Delicado María José Marcos

Best of the Week

Among Pritzker ruins, a survey of architectural representation today and a conference in Cape Town, a look at this week's best.




The Pritzker Hitlist

A few days after the announcement of the Pritzker Prize 2012, we look back at buildings by prize winners which have been destroyed or modified over time.




Prizewinning ruins

Porto, the home city of no less than two Pritzker Prize winners, has recently been investing in architectural tourism. However, this policy has not been followed up by the will to protect all the works of Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura.


Architecture / André Tavares

Souto de Moura: Atlas de Parede

A look at the visual archive behind the work of the Portuguese architect and latest Pritzker laureate.


Reviews / Vera Sacchetti