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Amélia’s House in Ílhavo, Portugal by m2.senos

Friday, June 24th, 2016

Article source: m2.senos

This is not just another house. Those alleys were well known to us. Not that much…we used to run endlessly over there, always waiting for someone to invite us to dinner. It was always too early to end the day. And that was the house of Aunt Amelia. Built by only one man, that used to show us a smile of pride and some benevolence, the perfect stereotomy of the stone cladding. To us, that has so much to learn and fancy about building. This was not just another house.

Image Courtesy © FG+SG

Image Courtesy © FG+SG

  • Architects: M2.senos
  • Project: Amélia’s House
  • Location: Ílhavo, Portugal
  • Photography: FG+SG
  • Engineering: Pedro Tavares
  • Builder: Licínio Lourenço Lda
  • Area: 85 m2 (existent) + 62.40 m2 (enlargment) + 35.50 m2 (garage)
  • Project: 2014
  • Building Beginning: 2015
  • Building End: 2016


BLS HOUSE in Ílhavo, Portugal by M2.senos

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015

Article source: M2.senos

The allotment is in the center of a small seaside town with a fuzzy site between rural and urban landscape, where we can see a consolidated area mixed with expectant land or agricultural fields. The relationship of the building with the street is also peculiar, either by the diagonal set, but also by the excessive depth of field. It is the lowest part that makes the connection with the public space. With these assumptions, we tried to draw a very plastic object, which begins at the edge of the allotment extending itself as much as possible to the inside face.

Image Courtesy © Damião Santos

Image Courtesy © Damião Santos

  • Architects: M2.senos (Ricardo Senos, Sofia Senos)
  • Project: BLS HOUSE
  • Location: Ílhavo, Portugal
  • Photography: Damião Santos
  • Engineering: Amadeu Carvalho
  • Program: housing (T4)
  • Building (begining): 2010
  • Building (end): 2013
  • Project: 2009


Maritime Museum Extension in Ílhavo, Portugal by ARX

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

Article source: ARX 

The codfish aquarium connects two other buildings and sets and a complex built ensemble, united around the subjects of the sea and fishing. In this unusual structure, the Maritime Museum is the place of memory, the Aquarium the space for marine life and CIEMAR, installed in the old renovated school, the research center for the activities of man linked to the sea.
In articulating these three units the building is both an autonomous urban equipment that relates to the context and defines a public space, but it is also a building-path, which develops in a spiral around the tank as it connects the Museum to the old school.

Image Courtesy © FG + SG – Fernando Guerra

  • Architects: ARX
  • Project: Maritime Museum Extension
  • Location: Ílhavo, Portugal
  • Photography: FG + SG – Fernando Guerra
  • Owner: Ílhavo Municipality
  • Work Team: Ricardo Guerreiro, Fábio Cortês, Ana Fontes, BaptisteFleury, Luís Marques, Sofia Raposo, Sara Nieto, HéctorBajo
  • Tructures: TAL PROJECTOS, Projectos, Estudos e Serviços de EngenhariaLda.
  • Electrical and Telecomunications Planning, Security Planning: AT, Serviços de EngenhariaElectrotécnica e ElectrónicaLda.
  • Mechanical Planning: PEN, Projectos de EngenhariaLda.
  • Sanitary Planning: Atelier 964
  • Project: 2009 – 11
  • Construction: 2011 – 12
  • Area: 2 500  sqm
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