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Regional heritage with a contemporary approach

A few metres from Tavira Castle, in the extensive courtyard of a ruined building, a housing complex consisting of thirteen T2 and T3 bedroom duplex units is being built.

A new entryway for the town of Cascais

Spotlight: Cristina Braziel

The fact that I have the freedom to design the functioning of this department and now make it my main focus is very gratifying for me

Respecting the existing heritage and giving it back to the city

Framed by the Alfama Hill to the North and the Tagus River to the South, the Campo das Cebolas building has the distinction of being being the former palace and property of the Francisco de Assis

A new centrality

Sun exposure and privacy within each lot

The implantation of the buildings sought to make the best use of the orientation and solar exposure, promoting private views and visual comfort in interior spaces with openings specifically adjusted for this purpose.

Spotlight: Teresa Barbosa

An invite to reflect on the relationship between volumes and landscape

Located in Tavira, the development is composed of a four-dwelling housing complex. The development, in close proximity to the beaches of Fuseta and Homem Nu, interprets the relationship between the constructed space and the characteristics of the surroundings.

Spotlight: António de Sousa Coutinho

This exclusive dedication to the commercial field allows us to give greater attention to those who come to us for the first time (or return to us), to go into detail in the presentation of the studio and the concepts that underpin our work, and to establish a plan from the outset that allows us to anticipate and accompany the client’s needs, from the first contact until the conclusion of the project.

Spotlight: Isabel Pereira

It is a pleasure to lead a young and dynamic team, and it is very motivating to pass on the passion of the company's spirit to this younger group and to experience the dedication and dynamism of this way of working with determination.

Everything is earth, clay, wood, natural fibres, shadows and light

Located in Jalisco, Mexico, the Xala resort comprises more than 1.000 hectares spread over an extensive beachfront area facing the lagoon.

Spotlight: Maria do Rosário Jacinto

I have always been given opportunities to grow, even as my family has grown. The fastest period of growth at Fragmentos took place in parallel with the birth of my daughters.