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Harmonia 1040 is a residential building located in Vila Madalena, São Paulo (Brazil), which also incorporates some areas for shops and smaller apartments mainly for rent.
Hotel Santa Clara is located in Vila do Conde, in the building of the old Convento de Santa Clara.
The intervention is part of the REVIVE program and corresponds to a set of works of requalification, alteration and expansion of the convent of Santa Clara, for the installation of a hotel, integrated into the surroundings and which simultaneously preserves the existing heritage value.
Forte da Ínsua, classified as a national monument, is located on the islet of Ínsua, in the parish of Moledo and Cristelo in Caminha.
The ensemble, which includes a military structure and a small monastery of Marian inspiration belonging to the regular observance of S. Francisco, originated from a small hermitage built in 1398, having been successively remodeled and reformed in later centuries to improve the efficiency of the fortress according to the defense needs of the Minho border. The fort has an irregular star-shaped plan, with five bastions and ravelin, integrating the convent, which was expanded in 1676.
This project comes as a response to the design competition for the new building of the Paços do Concelho de Santa Maria da Feira.
The institutional symbolism of a building of this nature is necessary when, in the context of urban balance, references are sought that can help make the urban space readable and cohesive. The conviction that its preponderance in urban space is not the result of an act of simple exhibition, but of an act of utility and service to the city.