Imagine a sliding window with no visible frame profiles – it is what OTIIMA FUSION system offers you – a system completely built-in on the finish materials, as if the window was merged with the building, becoming only one.
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OTIIMA was at CONSTRUMAT 2017, with Spanish partner Alumilux and Metall-lux and won the “Best Stand Award” with Architect’s Jaime Prous Art Installation, “HALA”. There were also lectures by: José Maria Ferreira on the 23rd, Barozzi Veiga on the 24th and Paula Santos on the 25th.
From Tokyo to New York, from London to Halifax, through Basel and Copenhagen, there are Portuguese architects to lead some of the most important offices and world projects. Names such as Diogo Burnay, director of the Dalhousie School of Architecture of Halifax, Rita Topa, project director of the office Kengo Kuma, Tokyo, Nuno Ravara, a…
On the roof terrace of the Cité Radieuse, the MAMO Architecture Prize becomes the conference made by and for the architects! On Thursday, November 3rd, in Marseille, the second edition of this rather special Conference, born from the meeting of two key players in the field of architecture and design. On one side, the designer…
The highlights from BIENNALE INTERIEUR 2016 are spreading all the way to the US. OTIIMA’s Belgium Partner association with Paris-based Studio Dessuant Bone transformed the humble aluminium window into a thing of beauty for the “Perpetual Motion” installation
MEETING OF ARCHITECTURAL THOUGHT | TECHNOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL PARK OF LAVRIO “PROSPECTS OF THE YOUNG ARCHITECTS IN THE CURRENT ECONOMIC REALITY”
OTIIMA has proudly participated in the meeting “PROSPECTS OF THE YOUNG ARCHITECTS IN THE CURRENT ECONOMIC REALITY”, held with particular success on the 20th of May in the Technological and Cultural Park of Lavrio at Greece, with the presence and participation of JOSÉ MARIA FERREIRA (OTIIMA founder) and ANTIGONI GERONTA (OTIIMA Greek market responsible), as…
OTIIMA ia a proud supporter of the portuguese participation in ‘La Biennale di Venezia – 15th International Architecture Exhibition’. “Neighbourhood: Where Alvaro meets Aldo” – The Portuguese pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale illustrate the close relationship between Álvaro Siza and social building and with the inhabitans of “his” houses.