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Barata Garcia Ed. Sede


PROJ3CT was assigned to coordinate and make the plans for the development of a textile industry layout, merged at the site with strong commercial functions. This meant the whole productive systems had to be studied, with improvements being proposed and implemented, and simultaneously, provide solutions for a whole new commercial approach that was required. This […]


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Re-think Athens


One sparkling surface that enclosures all of the dangling shadows. A geometric pattern appears to be evolving beneath our footsteps. Concentric rows of limestone white as chalk guide us through space in anticipation. The ground is set for our wandering eyes, guiding us from a point that cannot be perceived but sensed.   The image […]


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Hybrid badel block


PROJ3CT and SPACEWORKERS joined the Badel Block Competition in 2012 for an urban renewall located in the city center of Zagreb, Croatia. Our proposal “Hybrid Badel Block” was strongly built on the high-density needs stated on the competition guideline. Nevertheless, it was located on a well-sustained urban environment where the high-rise theme was under tough […]


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Quinta da Cal House


In a well defined regular lot, the Quinta da Cal House is subject to the required alignments thats constricts it’s implantation. Given notice to the clients expectations regarding a generous space and taking into account the small terrain available, our objective is to create interior areas that look bigger than they actually are, and also […]


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La house


This project consisted on adapting a construction volume to the landscape, in a form of a contemplative “plateau” pointed at important visual frames. The house itself is the sum of multiple episodes, attached according to an interior/exterior hierarchy from wich the form is scoped. The functional programme is organized through an “L” shaped volume for […]


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Rua, restaurant/bar


Located on the blooming nightlife district of Oporto’s downtown, RUA occupies the ground floor of an old building facing a narrow yet busy street. The vaccant space matched in many ways the traditional construction of Oporto old city center: narrow lots with high openings and ceilings, the extensive use of granite stone and local painted […]


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