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Casasna Areiaé um projecto de2010 do arquitecto ManuelAiresMateus.O que começoucomo um projecto parauma casa defim de semanaterminou num pequeno hotel que foi publicado nas melhoresrevistas da especialidade. No ano deaberturaCasasNaAreiafoi escolhido para representarPortugalnaBienalde Arquitecturade Venezade 2010.
Casas Na Areia is a project of the Portuguese architect Manuel Aires Mateus. What started as a project for a weekend house ended in a small hotel published in the best magazines around the world. In the opening year Casas Na Areia was chosen to represent Portugal at the Venice Bienal of Architecture 2010.Casas Na Areia (Portugal) – Manuel…
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