Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza turned 90 this summer, but his output suggests he has little intention of slowing down. His latest work is an extension to the Serralves Museum in Porto, Portugal, which he also designed.
Siza’s standalone building opened in 1999. Afterwards he completed the Manoel de Oliveira Cinema House in 2019, and the Gardeners’ House and the restoration of the original Serralves House, both completed in 2021.
The extension resembles something like a blocky tree branch. (Courtesy Serralves Museum)
This latest work is set into the surrounding park landscape west of the main building and connects to it with
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