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Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa
© Telmo Miller

Block in Entrecampos

  • Interventions:
  • Álvaro Siza ,
  • Eduardo Souto de Moura ,
  • Ana Costa Arquitectura e Design
  • (Lote B2, em projecto)

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Marked as an area of human occupation at least since the Paleolithic, chronologically varied archaeological realities have been identified here without great patrimonial relevance, from the Roman occupation to the 17th, 18th and 19th century. The space’s recent memory is Lisbon’s amusement park, with temporary constructions, which was here between 1943 and 2003. Currently, this void is a relevant part of what is the biggest urban operation in Lisbon in recent years, Operação Integrada de Entrecampos, launched in 2018 by the City Council. As the largest private part of this complex, the implementation of services, shopping areas and housing is planned in an area close to 165,000 m2, which will generate around 280 new homes.

This visit is led by an archaeologist who takes us on a journey back in time through printed reproductions and small archaeological samples of what was found here.

#Void #Ruin

Avenida das Forças Armadas, 11
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Public Transportation
Bus: 46B, 701, 727, 736, 738, 744, 783
Subway: Entre Campos

Comboio: Entrecampos

Housing, Commerce and Services

Photography not allowed

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