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Architectural Heritage Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa (Volume II / Volume I)

Architectural Heritage Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa (Volume II / Volume I)

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An in-depth look at the architectural heritage of the Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa, a unique real estate estate identified and illustrated in two volumes. This research and inventory work promotes knowledge about a set of properties of high historical and artistic value that express the evolution of Portuguese architecture between the 16th and 20th centuries. This second volume, divided into two volumes, is dedicated to income buildings (housing and offices), single-family homes, funerary architecture and care and health equipment of Misericórdia de Lisboa, and analyzes a set of 43 buildings built between the end of the 20th century 18th and 20th century, mostly located in the city of Lisbon, some of which are classified, organized according to a typological and chronological order. This volume I of volume II contains essays by specialists in the area of ​​the history of contemporary architecture, which focus on a set of properties from the Pombaline and post-Pombaline period, the multifamily architecture of the first half of the 20th century in Lisbon, as well as the properties resulting from the new building construction program carried out by Misericórdia de Lisboa in the 60's and 70's. Finally, inventory sheets are presented with detailed information on a representative set of buildings, complemented with architectural drawings and photographs of the same. An edition published with the support of the Portuguese Institute of Museums / Portuguese Museum Network.

Authors: Helena Alexandra Mantas; Jose Manuel Fernandes; Maria Helena Barreiros; Regina Anacleto; Ricardo Agarez

The Collection:
Architectural Heritage of the Santa Casa Misericórdia de Lisboa (Volume II / Volume II)

Year of publication: 2010
Editor: SCML, Museu de São Roque
ISBN: 9789728761631

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