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Paulo Mendes da Rocha: Museu Nacional dos Coches
MENDES DA ROCHA., Daniela Sa and Joao Carmo Simoes.
Paulo Mendes da Rocha: Museu Nacional dos Coches
Paulo Mendes da Rocha is one of the most acclaimed contemporary architects, Pritzker Prize 2006 and RIBA prize for 2017. This book presents the first great work in Europe by the Brazilian architect. It is in Lisbon, in one of the best known and symbolic areas of the city, the district of Belem, that the National Coach Museum is located. Built on the famous site where the Portuguese set sail to travel overseas, the Museum promises to stimulate thought on the relationship between the great city and its buildings, Europe and America, and the very idea of being modern. Portuguese/Englishdrawings

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 88 pp.
Publisher: monade
Year: 2015
Publication Place: Lisbon
ISBN: 9789899948501
Book Id: 100857

Price: $25.00

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