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AADIPA Prize – Special Mention

14/06/2019

European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention – AADIPA

Barcelona, june 13 , 2019

Special Mention

Cerejeira Fontes Architects + LAHB

the European Prize for Intervention in Architectural Heritage 2019

for the project:

Ilha da Bela Vista, Porto, Portugal

www.eu-architecturalheritage.org

Imaculada Chapel – winner of “2019 ArchDaily Building of the Year Awards”

12/03/2019
Capela Imaculada

The Immaculate Chapel / Chapel of Grace is the winner of the 2019 Archdiocesan Building of the Year Awards in the Religious Architecture category.

More than 80,000 votes from around the world voted for the best architectural projects of 2018/2019 in a vote promoted by ArchDaily. 4000 projects presented, 75 finalists, 15 winners. Cerejeira Fontes Architects was elected the winner in the Religious Architecture category.

Learn more here: www.archdaily.com/912997/winners-of-the-2019-building-of-the-year-awards

See photos of the Chapel here.

Cerejeira Fontes Architects co-winner of competition for subway station in Oslo

27/11/2018

Atelier Cerejeira Fontes Architects, along with Mestres Wage and Jose Gigante, won the competition for the project for a subway station in the city of Oslo, Norway.

At the end of November 2017, a planning and design competition was announced for a total of six new metro stations in Oslo, Norway. A total of 85 applications were received from various architecture offices who wanted to attend. After a pre-qualification, 14 offices / teams were invited. The jury worked during the autumn of 2018 to evaluate the proposals received, and finally announced the winners.

Mestres Wåge Architects / Mestres Wåge Arquitects SLP / Imago-Architecture Workshop (Cerejeira Fontes Architects) and José Gigante, were the winners for the Flytårnet (Flytårnet stasjon) station.

More here: www.arkitektur.no/vinnere-av-fornebubanen

Secil Awards 2010

15/09/2011

A Casa das Histórias Paula Rego, em Cascais, uma obra da autoria do Arquitecto Eduardo Souto de Moura, foi distinguida com o Prémio Secil de Arquitectura 2010.

Em comunicado de imprensa divulgado esta tarde, a Secil anunciou a obra vencedora e faz referência aos trabalhos do Júri, concluídos em Agosto último, que nomeou um conjunto de 16 obras, entre as quais foi decidida a atribuição do Prémio.

 

Obras nomeadas pelo Júri

* Centro Social de Brufe, V. N. Famalicão (André e António Cerejeira Fontes);
* 2 casas em Santa Isabel, Lisboa (Ricardo Bak Gordon);
* Casa das Histórias Paula Rego, Cascais (Eduardo Souto de Moura);
* Campo de futebol de Custóias (Guilherme Machado Vaz);
* Pousada de Estói (Gonçalo Byrne);
* Metro do Porto – estações Maia e inserções urbanas (João Álvaro Rocha);
* Superfície comercial, Mafamude (José Fernando Gonçalves);
* Centro de relacionamento com clientes, Santo Tirso (Francisco e Manuel Aires Mateus);
* Mosteiro São Martinho de Tibães (João Carlos dos Santos – DRCN);
* Casas mortuárias de Alhandra (Pedro Matos Gameiro);
* Complexo de Piscinas Municipais de Povoação, S. Miguel – Açores (José António Barbosa e Pedro Guimarães);
* Estação Biológica do Garducho, Mourão (João Maria Trindade);
* Mosteiro de Santa Clara-a-Velha, Coimbra (Alexandre Alves Costa, Sergio Fernandez e Luís Urbano);
* Igreja de Santo António e Centro Paroquial, Portalegre (JL Carrilho da Graça);
* Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa (JL Carrilho da Graça);
* Museu de Arte e Arqueologia do Vale do Côa (Camilo Cortesão e Tiago Pimentel).

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Torben Schønherr

08/02/2011

Cerejeira Fontes Arquitectos-Imago Lda,  had the privilege of receiving the Danish landscape architect Torben Schönherr at his office in Braga on 18 February 2011. Schönherr is the founder and director of the Danish landscaping office Schonherr.

www.schonherr.dk

Wan Awards 2010

21/06/2010

The online magazine World Architecture News with the support of the International Union of Architects, UIA, attributed the WAN AWARDS 2010 for Commercial Equipment to project KEPCO Headquarters, Naju, South Korea Atelier Haeahn Architecture + H Associates and the work of the European Investment Bank HQ, Luxembourg, from the Atelier Ingenhoven architects.


In the same competition, the Portuguese Atelier Imago with the Incubator project Spinpark was selected for the shortlist of the five built projects.

Read more:  www.worldarchitecturenews.com