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BOLHÃO 5 OF 12, LONG TEMPLES | Old Portuguese Stuff

BOLHÃO 5 OF 12, LONG TEMPLES

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One size up from the previous, the “small”- sized Barracas are a little wider and so appear in both enclosed and open versions. The open version, shown here, is like a vernacular interpretation of an Ancient colonnade, or a classical temple extended ad infinitum.

Mercado do Bolhão , Porto

                                                                                                                                                                                   

Um número acima das anteriores, as Barracas tamanho “pequeno” são um pouco mais largas e aparecem-nos em versão aberta e fechada. A aberta, em cima, assemelha-se a uma interpretação vernacular de uma colunata da Antiguidade, ou de um templo clássico alongado ad infinitum.

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