Architectural Guide: Gonçalo Byrne
Continuing a series of architectural guides dedicated to projects in Portugal that already includes Aires Mateus, Álvaro Siza, Eduardo Souto de Moura, and Carrilho da Graça, this next instalment embarks on a journey throughout the country to document works by Gonçalo Byrne. He started his career after graduating from the Lisbon School of Fine Arts in 1968, a time marked by protests and a shift towards modernisation, rationalisation, and effective accountability in the field of Portuguese architecture. Byrne is known for producing designs in diverse scales and functions; in this guide, numerous examples are presented in drawings, photographs, and detailed texts.
- A+A Books
- Languages English Portuguese
- Format18.5 x 14.2 cm