Architecture Tours

Architecture tours in Lisbon: New Icons

A Changing Urban Landscape: Architecture Tours in Lisbon The New Cruise Ship Terminal Lisbon’s spectacular new cruise ship terminal, designed by João Luís Carrilho da Graça is the city’s new landmark building. It’s a must-see for anyone interested in architecture tours in Lisbon. Opened this fall, this is a monumental, […]

Lisbon Best City Wallpaper Design Awards 2017

Europe’s hippest destination: Lisbon wins Best City in the Wallpaper Design Awards “Lisbon is Europe’s hippest city right now”. With such assertiveness, Tony Chambers, Editor-in-Chief of Wallpaper, introduces the magazine’s 2017 Design Awards. Lisbon has just been elected Best City at the Wallpaper Design Awards. Every year, the best and […]

Gulbenkian: 60 years of love for culture

Founded 60 years ago, the Fundação Gulbenkian remains one of the strongest and most cherished symbols of culture in Portugal. In the heart of Lisbon, this precious modernist building filled with treasures is the living legacy of Calouste Gulbenkian. Inside, outside, in the exhibition rooms, the concert hall, the art […]

Open to the future: Lisbon’s new Maat Museum

It was a much-awaited opening and the season’s cultural event. Lisbon’s new Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology – Maat, owned by Fundação EDP is the cherry on the cake of an ambitious cultural project. Built in the historical district of Belém, the Maat museum is Lisbon’s new architectural landmark. […]

Architecture Tours in Portugal

Siza Vieira and Souto de Moura: Pritzker class architecture tours in Portugal Siza Vieira and Eduardo Souto de Moura need no introduction. The two Portuguese Pritzker Prize winners are the most respected Portuguese architects and their edifices are the natural protagonists of architecture tours in Portugal. Although from different generations […]

Architecture Tours in Portugal

Architecture Tours in Portugal: history meets the contemporary   Architecture tours in Portugal will not disappoint the well-travelled visitor. Medieval castles, gothic churches, neoclassical palaces and Baroque manor houses coexist with stunning examples of contemporary architecture, composing an original landscape that never fails to amaze.