For this gallery we select images with #jornalarquitectos



What will become of us?

By Rui Campos Matos

The newsworthiness of the fire that this summer struck Madeira was not the damage caused (in 2012 the devastation was also great) but the fact that the flames threatened the old walled area of Funchal. For some hours the downtown area of the city was enveloped in an unbreathable mass of air, spreading panic among the population.

Rapid Response Reporting on Oslo Architecture Triennale

By Inês Moreira

Oslo Architecture Triennale (OAT) opened in early September bringing to Oslo an internationally mobilized architectural community of practitioners, thinkers and academics. Gathered via a curatorial open call won by the After Belonging Agency  – Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco, Ignacio G. Galán, Carlos Mínguez Carrasco, Alejandra Navarrete Llopis and Marina Otero Verzier – so to survey and display the proposed curatorial subject: “After Belonging – the objects, spaces and territories of the ways we stay in transit ”. It presents two large exhibitions – “On Residence”,…

De La Ville à la Villa – Chandigarh Revisited

By Marta Jecu

People can sit beautifully also on a stone....

Dust, weather, silence and sound, rust and air are for Jonathan Hill perceived absences of matter that nevertheless physically constitute architecture. In his fascinating book 'Immaterial Architecture' he plays this model of an architecture that grows from the insubstantial, against the modernist house, which he deems consistent, self-contained, waste-free. Transparency and light, which impersonate modernism, are for him a paradoxical camouflage – a solely visual device – meant to insulate and prevent the transmission of the building's self-sufficient…

The Anatomy of the Architectural Book

By Inês Moreira

The Anatomy of the Architectural Book is a new publication by André Tavares offering deep insight into the thinking, practices, and labours behind publishing architectural books, spanning from the period before the invention of the industrial press and the massive aftermath of Johannes Gutenberg’s invention, to the modern approach to architectural publishing. To address the birth and life of the disciplinary tradition of architectural book production is necessarily a slow and lengthy archival task. However, it can be also a highly inventive endeavour, as the grounds were to be set before the writing of this new…


By Pedro Bandeira

In 2004 Pedro Gadanho and Luís Tavares invited me to participate in the exhibition of the official Portuguese representation at the Venice Biennale: Metaflux: two generations in recent Portuguese architecture.  Despite being comfortably over the age of the “X” or “Y” generation, I joined the group of artists and architects (Augusto Alves da Silva, Didier Fiuza Faustino, Nuno Cera + Diogo Seixas Lopes and Rui Toscano), and created an installation specifically for the event – the “Projecto Romântico”.


© João M. Pereira

The Park Pavilions

João M. Pereira

Architect: Rodrigo Maria Berquó

Year: 1893

Site: D. Carlos I Park, Caldas da Rainha

Serreta's Hostel

Rita Borges

Architect: João Correia Rebelo

Year: 1969

Site: Serreta parish, Angra do Heroísmo county, Terceira Island, Azores archipelago, Portugal

© Pedro Silva

Dr. Morgado Cine-Theater and Party Hall

Pedro Manuel Silva

Architects: Carlos Duarte e José Lamas

Furniture Design: Daciano da Costa

Year: 1981 (project) 1983 (ending)

Site: Avenida dos Descobrimentos, Oliveira de Frades, Portugal

Forgotten Buildings at J—A

Call for proposals

© Luca Martinucci



Architects: Francisco e Manuel Aires Mateus

Year: 2012

Venue: Arsenale Docks, Venice, Italy