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Eduardo Souto de Moura

Eduardo Souto de Moura

Casa das Stories Paula Rego by Eduardo Souto de Moura

Casa das Stories Paula Rego by Eduardo Souto de Moura

Casa das Histórias Paula Rego, Cascais, Portugal - Eduardo Souto de Moura © Pedro Kok

Casa das Histórias Paula Rego, Cascais, Portugal - Eduardo Souto de Moura © Pedro Kok

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Casa das Historias, Cascais, 2012 Eduardo Souto de Moura

Casa das Historias, Cascais, 2012 Eduardo Souto de Moura

Paula Rêgo Museum by Eduardo Souto de Moura

Paula Rêgo Museum by Eduardo Souto de Moura

Thermal Baths Vals (1996)    Architect: Peter Zumthor  Location: Vals / Graubünden, Switzerland

Thermal Baths Vals (1996) Architect: Peter Zumthor Location: Vals / Graubünden, Switzerland

Peter Zumthor - Entry door to his Haldenstein studio, Switzerland. 1986

Peter Zumthor - Entry door to his Haldenstein studio, Switzerland. 1986

Finn Wilkie — Peter Zumthor, Kolumba Museum, Cologne, 2007 ...

Finn Wilkie — Peter Zumthor, Kolumba Museum, Cologne, 2007 ...

blackv:  Bruder Klaus Chapel (02), 2007 [architect: Peter Zumthor] Photo by Christoph Engel Construction of the Bruder Klaus Field Chapel, a concrete chapel on the edge of a field in Mechernich, constructed by local farmers in honour of their patron saint, the 15th-century hermit Bruder Klaus. The chapel is made using a technique coined by Zumthor as “rammed concrete”. The farmers made up the outer walls by pouring 50cm of concrete every day to create 24 layers, varying in texture and ...

blackv: Bruder Klaus Chapel (02), 2007 [architect: Peter Zumthor] Photo by Christoph Engel Construction of the Bruder Klaus Field Chapel, a concrete chapel on the edge of a field in Mechernich, constructed by local farmers in honour of their patron saint, the 15th-century hermit Bruder Klaus. The chapel is made using a technique coined by Zumthor as “rammed concrete”. The farmers made up the outer walls by pouring 50cm of concrete every day to create 24 layers, varying in texture and ...