Pavilhão de Portugal

Planed by the architect Álvaro Siza Vieira to the Expo 98, the building is inspired in the Portuguese architecture typologies. It was one of the most visited pavilions at the expo and is now one of the ex-libris of the Parque das Nações and the place of international political meetings. The impressive “concrete sheet” suspended at the exterior gives the construction a singular touch of modernity.

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Alameda dos Oceanos (Parque das Nações)
1990,Lisboa

    Characteristics


  • Private parking
  • Other cultural facilities

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