||||||||||Angular windows and concrete panels at irregular angles give the visual illusion of movement|A timber frame embedded into the grass, echoing the shapes of the building facade, gives a fairytale feel to the garden, as do skylights to the ground-floor corridor|View of the exterior at night|A cafe leading to the garden patio|The ground floor corridor has fissures in the ceiling for light and is where the Planet Krypton aesthetic comes into its own|The office floors have sweeping views over Porto from the irregular shaped windows|José António Barbosa (left) and Pedro Guimarães|Vizela health centre, 2001|The exterior of the municipal pools in Povoação, 2008||

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