Over de auteur

Fernando Guerra
Blurb-gebruiker sinds juli 2011
Naam Fernando Guerra
Mijn website www.ultimasreportagens.com
Locatie Lisbon, Portugal
Geslacht Man
Mijn beroep Photographer
Mijn biografie www.ultimasreportagens.com

Fernando Guerra and Sérgio Guerra founded studio FG+SG - Fotografia de Arquitectura in 1999. They have been responsible in large part for disseminating contemporary Portuguese architecture over the last 10 years. 
Fernando Guerra photographs the architecture, while Sérgio Guerra is responsible for producing the articles and managing the atelier. After 5 years of activity, they decided to establish "FG+SG - Livros de Imagem" publishers to promulgate the various architectural works they photograph. 
Their work is regularly featured in a variety of publications at both the national and international level including Casabella, Wallpaper*, Dwell, Icon, Domus, A+U, among many others. FG+SG collaborates with various portuguese architects such as Álvaro Siza, Carlos Castanheira, Risco Arquitectos, Manuel Graça Dias + Egas José Vieira, ARX Portugal, Promontório Arquitectos, Belém Lima, in addition to international architects such as Jordi Badia, Zaha Hadid, I. M. Pei

Dingen die de hele wereld mag weten

Onthulling: Ik denk dat mijn volgende boek gaat over...
The new Cité de l'Océan et du Surf Museum designed by american architect Steven Holl in collaboration with brazilian artist Solange Fabião opened on 25 June 2011.
Iedereen moet deze auteurs en kunstenaars leren kennen...
A wave is a privileged stage between sky and ocean, as illustrated in Steven Holl's conceptual designs at the root of the project. Here a museum was born that unites scientific research of the ocean with the playful aspect of living and sharing experiences through a sport which, interestingly, Steven himself has been a practitioner of, bestowing him with an extra understanding of the spirit and relationship with the ocean. 
Dit boek is verslavend. Lees het. (Op eigen risico.)
This book presents these previously unpublished images, as well as watercolors of the creative process, final drawings and texts about the work written by those who have seen the completed building, as well as a piece by a long-time collaborator with Holl studio. Such elements allow all those who cannot pass through Biarritz to get to know the project in some depth.