Edited by Luiz Trigueiros, sponsored by Lusoceram,Empreendimentos Ceramicos, S.A.
"Eduardo Souto Moura" is the second in Blau'sMonograph Collection. With texts by Antonio Angelillo and PauloPais, and photographs by Ferreira Alves, Manuel Magalhaes andTeresa Siza, the book examines several of Moura's best knownprojects. These include , Salzburg Hotel, Santa Maria do Bouro Convent, , Montcalm Square, CityMarket and many more.
Edited by Luiz Trigueiros
Published in 1993, "Fernando Tavora" focuses onsome of the architect's most famous works, including the SummerHouse at Ofir, the Quinta da Conceicao Tennis Pavilion, Vila daFeira Municipal Market, and the Santa Marinha and GondomarConvents. The book includes essays by Álvaro Siza, Eduardo Soutode Moura, Alexandre Alves Costa, Bernardo Ferrao and Tavorahimself, and is lavishly illustrated throughout with sketches,drawings and full colour photographs.
With photographs by Roberto Callorá, Rui Morais de Sousa andLuiz Ferreira Alves, "Álvaro Siza, 1954-1976" includesan introduction by Kenneth Frampton, a critical essay byAlexandre Alves Costa and articles by Paulo Martins Barata.
The project aims to involve the inhabitats of Siza’s projects, through photographs, interviews and direct interaction with the neighbors of the Campo di Marte in Venice. The project is being carried out in collaboration with the Canadian Center for Architecture in Montreal, which owns some of the archives of both Aldo Rossi and Alvaro Siza, and with ATER – the Territorial Bureau of Housing for the Venice province, the city of Venice, and Venice University’s Institute of Architecture (IUAV). It should also be noted that following this initiative, ATER Venice decided to resume the construction of the Campo di Marte project, with Ãlvaro Siza to finish his missing square/garden, which will later be enclosed by a housing block by Rafael Moneo.