New Gulbenkian Garden – 12 Architectural Projects (Closed)

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The 12 architectural submissions to the tender for ideas for the expansion of the Gulbenkian Garden go on display here through to the end of March.

Especially highlighting the winning proposal – by the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, in association with the Lebanese landscape architect Vladimir Djurovic – in addition to telling the history behind the Garden, the exhibition features the ideas (drawings, images and video) submitted by the architectural ateliers of Aires Mateus, Barbas Lopes, Carla Juaçaba, Christ & Gantenbein, Inês Lobo, John Pawson, Junyaishigami, Menos é Mais, Pedro Domingos, SAMI and Tatiana Bilbao.


Kengo Kuma
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Menos é Mais
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SAMI-(2)_1000x500 SAMI
Junya Ishigami
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Carla Juaçaba
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Christ & Gantenbein
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Inês Lobo
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John Pawson
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Tatiana Bilbao
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Pedro Domingos
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Aires Mateus
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Barbas Lopes
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