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Gulbenkian Foundation Park

View of the outdoor auditorium in the park with the pond and the museum building in the background

PARK LA FOUNDATION Calouste Gulbenkian

Gonçalo Ribeiro Telles y Antonio Viana Barreto
By. de Berna. Theisboa, Portugal. 1963

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is a cultural institution dedicated to contemporary art center in the city of Lisbon. The project would be inserted in an ancient woodland exhibition space would retain a substantial portion of the existing vegetation.
From the beginning both buildings would be designed gardens associated as a unit in which the parties maintain a strong interaction. Because of this, This extraordinary perception park is complete from the indoors.
The design of outdoor spaces arises under the influence naturalist so dear to the British landscape that the idea of ​​generating raw meadows, hedgerows and ponds in which frame the existing natural vegetation.
All processing paths, stays furniture and construction details is made in concrete, with a language very related to buildings. A related aesthetic architectures Northern European mid twentieth century which has nothing to envy for quality.
Over the years it appreciates the care and maintenance of gardening. So, growth and natural unfolding of trees and plants may have contributed greatly to the beauty of the place.


Assembly drawing gardening performed by Ribeiro Telles
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