Staircase with daylight entering from the side. The Galician Centre for Contemporary Arts by Portugese architect Alvaro Siza.

Selected projects by Álvaro Siza photographed by Duccio Malagamba

Staircase with daylight entering from the side. The Galician Centre for Contemporary Arts by Portugese architect Alvaro Siza.

Cidade da Cultura de Galicia by Peter Eisenman - Dezeen

Cidade da Cultura de Galicia by Peter Eisenman

Álvaro Siza, Galician Centre for Contemporary Arts

Selected projects by Álvaro Siza photographed by Duccio Malagamba

Centro Galego de Arte Contemporânea | Art Centre  S. Compostela - 1993 | © Fernando Guerra, FG+SG Architectural Photography

Alvaro Siza’s Galician Center of Contemporary Art Through the Lens of Fernando Guerra,© Fernando Guerra

Centro Galego de Arte Contemporânea | Art Centre  S. Compostela - 1993 | © Fernando Guerra, FG+SG Architectural Photography

Image 35 of 45 from gallery of Alvaro Siza’s Galician Center of Contemporary Art Through the Lens of Fernando Guerra. Photograph by Fernando Guerra

Rojo + Fernández-Shaw Arquitectos | Centro Socio Cultural Ágora, A Coruña

Built by Rojo/Fernández-Shaw , Liliana Obal in Corunna, Spain with date Images by Hisao Suzuki. An Agora must be an accessible and open space for people’s meeting and their civic expression.

La Coruña Center For The Arts / aceboXalonso studio | ArchDaily.  My favorite concrete building ever.

La Coruña Center For The Arts / aceboXalonso studio

Image 10 of 35 from gallery of La Coruña Center For The Arts / aceboXalonso studio. Photograph by Hector Santos-Diez

centro galego de arte contemporánea, santiago de compostela

Since 1998 the Web Atlas of Contemporary Architecture

Outside metal stairs

In a parcel with a regular and flat shape, with a river within its boundaries, stands the Arteixo Sport Center.

Rojo Fernandez Shaw - Centro Socio-Cultural Ágora.  A Coruña, Galicia.

Built by Rojo/Fernández-Shaw , Liliana Obal in Corunna, Spain with date Images by Hisao Suzuki. An Agora must be an accessible and open space for people’s meeting and their civic expression.


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