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With 61 new projects, Fernando Guerra now presents a total of 539 projects online. Recent works in Brazil and Uruguay from architect Isay Weinfeld, a project in Bilbao Spain by Álvaro Siza, or 4 projects in Paris from the local office 2/3/4 are some of the moments that you can now discover, as well as a number of important new projects in Portugal.

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, among many others.

The website ultimasreportagens.com has become the starting point for consulting contemporary Portuguese architecture with more than three hundred online features, as well as special articles and publications.

Recent work by Fernando Guerra

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Fernando Guerra
Lisboa Portugal

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