Portuguese collective DOSE sent images and a fascinating time-lapse video of their project BLUETUBE BAR, a temporary bar to operate at the annual academic festival in Oporto, Portugal, Queima das Fitas. The project won the student competition sponsored by the School of Architecture at Oporto University. We share the eye-catching photos and video with you!

Project Details:
Architect: DOSE
Location:  Porto, Portugal
Project Team: António Martins, Carlos Foyedo, Luís Grilo.
Client: Ae FAUP
Project Year: 2010
Project Area: 9 sqm
Photographs: DOSE + Carlos Trancoso
Video: DOSE videos




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