1. The Leça Swimming Pool
The Leça Swimming Pools were one of Alvaro Siza’s first solo projects.Siza was careful to preserve a large portion of the existing rock formations when planning his modern interventions into the landscape. The pools he created reach out into the ocean and blend easily with the natural pool formations along the coast of the Atlantic.
2. Iberê Camargo Foundation
By means of compressions and decompression, openings and closings, volumes, voids and light, the Portuguese architect mark the paths, points of view, and perspective of the passage of time.
3. Amore Pacific Research & Design Center
Forty minutes drive from Seoul, in the outlying city of Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, Amore Pacific has a very large estate In this estate there is R&D -Research and Development, and the training departments.
4. Expo’98 Portuguese National Pavilion
At the Expo ’98 Portuguese National Pavilion, structure and architectural formwork in graceful harmony. Situated at Tagus River in Lisbon, Portugal, the design designed by Alvaro Siza is an enormous and impossibly thin concrete canopy, between two mighty porticoes and framing a commanding view of the water.
5. Bonjour Tristesse
It was Alvaro Siza’s first completed building outside of Portugal. Before the building’s construction, the site held several single-story retail stores. The building was constructed as social housing primarily for Turkish immigrants to Germany.
6. New Orleans (Rotterdam)
It is currently the tallest residential building (and second tallest building overall) in the Netherlands. Consist of a residential area with swimming pool, saunas, and gym for residents as well as a commercial area with cinema Lantaren Venster.
7. Porto School of Architecture
FAUP has been independent for over 20 years and has given rise to the modernist movement known as the School of Porto, which has achieved nationwide and worldwide prominence.
Exhibition and sales hall at the Revigrés factory site near Águeda. The Revigrés Commercial Building (which includes an exhibition hall, auditorium and offices) designed by Alvaro Siza was inaugurated in 1997 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Revigrés.
9. Museu de Arte Contemporânea Nadir Afonso
The Nadir Afonso Foundation is located on the right bank of the Tâmega river in Chaves, The two main exhibition spaces are developed in parallel, one illuminated by a continuous skylight and the other open to the river.
10. Auditorium of the University of the Basque Country
It houses the auditorium of the UPV / EHU, complementing the Library of the University of Deusto, designed by Rafael Moneo. With an L shape, its main façade is covered with hand-made gray tiles, highlighting the rest in white marble. Surrounding the building, in addition to the library, the Iberdrola Tower, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, and Euskadi Square.