The new Consulate General of Portugal in Rio de Janeiro seeks to establish a relationship with the existing construction – S. Clemente Palace. The proposed volume is an extension of the basement of the Palace, its roof being a Garden that is the continuation of the luxurious Garden of the residence. The building is invisible to the interior of the Palace entrance. It develops through a sequence of internal patios that allow the entry of light and a game of privacy and transparency between the various patios.
Pedro Campos Costa, Daniela Figueiredo, Duarte Santo, Katarzyna Augustyniak, Francesca Nafissi, Marianne Ullmann, André Luiz Pinto. Local Architects: Flórido Arquitetura. Consultant: Inloki Arquitetura e Território. Landscape Architects: PROAP. Lattice Piece Design: CCA, DAU PUC-RIO and OOAU – Nuno Almeida
Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs
© Leonardo Finotti
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1st Prize Design applied to Architecture Category and Honorable Mention New Buildings Architecture Category), ANNUAL AWARD IAB – RJ 2017, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil