The exhibition by Italian photographer Guido Guidi on works by the architect Álvaro Siza comprises eight projects located in Lisbon, Porto and Matosinhos, which will be represented through 97 images by Guido Guidi.
This small scale extension of an existing house, BigMat ’19 Belgium National Prize, involves the development of a temporary space suitable for hosting a terminally ill patient, with the focus changed from sickness and death to hope and future.
The deadline for submissions to participate in the 2021 edition of the BigMat International Architecture Award approaches! If you’re an architect in any of the seven european countries in which BigMat is present, submit your work now for free now.
Today we re-discover the Public Condenser in Saclay by MUOTO, BigMat ’17 Architecture Category Prize winner, a building conceived as a minimal structure, using rough materials, robust and long lasting techniques.
The ICO Museum in Madrid is hosting a comprehensive exhibition on the catalan architect’s career, comprising her initial period as partner of Enric Miralles to over 30 years practice in her own office.
The French architecture office, winners of the 2017 BigMat International Architecture Award’s Grand Prize, have been granted with what is known as “architecture’s highest honour”.
The BigMat International Architecture Award showcases the best of European architecture, promoting architectural excellence, encouraging dialogue between all the different players involved in the architecture sector.
Built in the heart of a historic town in Spain, Atrio hotel and restaurant by Mansilla+Tuñón Arquitectos is an interesting example of how outstanding architecture and design can create contemporary spaces amidst the most traditional heritage.
This small scale renovation of two warehouses in the neighbourhood of Beato in Lisbon by Inês Lobo, Jury member of forthcoming BigMat ’21 International Architectural Award, transformed an industrial estate into two new houses and a studio.
The Brescia Musei Foundation hosts an exhibition on the Spanish architect’s works on the occasion of the return of the extraordinary Vittoria Alata after a two-year absence for restoration purposes.