A Gothic church resurrected as a bookshop, a ceramic workshop in a tree house, Elvis’ former home converted into a concept store, or a clothing store-cum-art gallery.
Porto is one of the cities in the world where architecture is an evident sign of innovation and attraction. The renowned architect Eduardo Souto de Moura and his daughter, Luisa Souto de Moura, interweave their professional vision into a conversation in which they describe new, architectural and vital projects.
His family history is reflected in the menu of L’Escaleta, the Michelin-starred restaurant that has turned Cocentaina’s traditional cooking into haute cuisine and local sustainability into an engine for economic and social growth.
British architect Amanda Levete gives a twist to the classic museum tour
In different museums around the world. Both the new MAAT museum in Lisbon and the historic Victoria & Albert Museum in London have changed how we move throughout the exhibitions and how we experience them.
Interview with Luis Chillida, Chairman of the Eduardo Chillida Foundation in Chillida-Leku, Hernani, Basque Country.
We’re taking a look at the principles governing the work of Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, founding partners of Grafton Architects and laureates of the 2020 Pritzker Architecture Prize. It’s the highest honour in architecture, an industry which shapes our surroundings and the way we live and interact with others.
The Casa da Música changed Porto, beyond the Guggenheim effect, and established the city as a unique musical hub, as well as a remarkable architectural centre. We share the impressions of the process with the participation of architect Ellen van Loon and the director of the Casa da Música Foundation, Paulo Sarmento e Cunha.
The lockdown has given it back the prominence it deserves. The cornerstone of the home once more, we look at ten designs that celebrate its renewed importance.