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Andreia Garcia, Diogo Aguiar

Galeria de Arquitectura

http://www.galeriadearquitectura.com

Rua Visconde Bóbeda nº99, Porto, Portugal
Andreia Garcia and Diogo Aguiar are both architects, running their own practices, who share the interest in exploring the boundaries of architecture: while Andreia is focused on the dissemination of Architecture through research, curatorial practice and editorial projects; Diogo is interested in developing spatial installations and small-scale buildings exploring construction processes. In 2016 they co-founded Galeria de Arquitectura. www.andreiagarcia.com www.diogoaguiarstudio.com

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Galeria de Arquitectura


An independent storefront-space to debate architecture.

Galeria de Arquitectura


An independent storefront-space to debate architecture.
From a small 6 sqm space with a big window open to the city, Galeria de Arquitectura aims to bridge the gap between Architecture and the citizens.
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In a city that is internationally recognized by the only two Portuguese Pritzkers, the Galeria de Arquitectura aims to be an independent, experimental, non-institutionalized stage, which contribute to the creation of a new architectural discourse and, therefore, for attracting new audiences, extending the global attention on the various subjects that surround the Architecture discipline.

Instead of assuming itself merely as a space for hosting existing architecture exhibitions, the Galeria de Arquitectura asserts itself as a space for the creation of new architecturally relevant content in each new exhibition, thus constituting itself as a continuous research platform in interaction with the city.

By fomenting a network and fostering the relationship with international interlocutors and partners, the Galeria de Arquitectura intends, from Porto, to promote innovative ideas and thoughts that contribute to the design of cities, territory and of life in society.


Galeria de Arquitectura, New Now - © Tiago Casanova

Galeria de Arquitectura, Build don't talk - © Tiago Casanova

Galeria de Arquitectura, 24 Hours - © Tiago Casanova

Galeria de Arquitectura, The Other City - © Tiago Casanova

Galeria de Arquitectura, Tabula Rasa - © Tiago Casanova

Galeria de Arquitectura


An independent storefront-space to debate architecture.

Galeria de Arquitectura


An independent storefront-space to debate architecture.
From a small 6 sqm space with a big window open to the city, Galeria de Arquitectura aims to bridge the gap between Architecture and the citizens.
File under
Type of project
  • Next alliances

In a city that is internationally recognized by the only two Portuguese Pritzkers, the Galeria de Arquitectura aims to be an independent, experimental, non-institutionalized stage, which contribute to the creation of a new architectural discourse and, therefore, for attracting new audiences, extending the global attention on the various subjects that surround the Architecture discipline.

Instead of assuming itself merely as a space for hosting existing architecture exhibitions, the Galeria de Arquitectura asserts itself as a space for the creation of new architecturally relevant content in each new exhibition, thus constituting itself as a continuous research platform in interaction with the city.

By fomenting a network and fostering the relationship with international interlocutors and partners, the Galeria de Arquitectura intends, from Porto, to promote innovative ideas and thoughts that contribute to the design of cities, territory and of life in society.


Galeria de Arquitectura, New Now - © Tiago Casanova

Galeria de Arquitectura, Build don't talk - © Tiago Casanova

Galeria de Arquitectura, 24 Hours - © Tiago Casanova

Galeria de Arquitectura, The Other City - © Tiago Casanova

Galeria de Arquitectura, Tabula Rasa - © Tiago Casanova


Idea by

Andreia Garcia, Diogo Aguiar
Galeria de Arquitectura
Rua Visconde Bóbeda nº99
Porto
Portugal
Andreia Garcia and Diogo Aguiar are both architects, running their own practices, who share the interest in exploring the boundaries of architecture: while Andreia is focused on the dissemination of Architecture through research, curatorial practice and editorial projects; Diogo is interested in developing spatial installations and small-scale buildings exploring construction processes. In 2016 they co-founded Galeria de Arquitectura. www.andreiagarcia.com www.diogoaguiarstudio.com