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Álvaro Siza: Sculptures

January 21, 2002 /
Architecture is not accepted as an art. It is almost taboo to say that architecture is an art. This is what gives me the need to stop sometime and make drawings. I am also dangerously interested in sculpture...../Álvaro Siza

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The sculptures were created from scraps with a great team of collaborators who willingly sacrificed their free Saturdays and Sundays for the pleasure of creating. Bárbara, architect in my studio, offered a hand whenever she had any spare time, José Simões stopped working at the construction of the loft floor and furniture to participate, Francisco Andrade brought his special tools that allowed him to work with great accuracy, and the others familiar with the routines; João, Artur, Manuel and my cousin Alberto, also an architect./Álvaro Siza, Oporto, October 1998
From "Álvaro Siza, Scultura Architettura"
Skira/Brescia Mostre

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Photo: Luis Ferreira AlvesÁlvaro Siza, (third from the left), among his collaborators.

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