OTIIMA in the press

Find out what the media are saying about our products, services, and the company.

ATTITUDE #75

OTIIMA won a red dot design award and it is featured in ATTITUDE magazine n.75.

OTIIMA ART WORKS BY JOSÉ PEDRO CROFT

Uncertain Measure, the Portuguese representation at the Venice biennial, curated by João Pinharanda, Will open to the public on May 10th. In Público Newspaper.

A.MAG #10

Pool House featured in AMAG magazine n.10. An amazing work by Architect Steven Vandenborre .

ATTITUDE #74

OTIIMA art works by José Pedro Croft featured in ATTITUDE magazine n.74.

WALLPAPER* #216

OTIIMA’s Work featured in Wallpaper Magazine. Gerês House is the chosen the chosen background of the magazine’s fashion editorial.

A.MAG #09

OTIIMA art works by José Pedro Croft featured in AMAG magazine.

ROOF MAGAZINE #04

Villa QDC 175 was featured in the portuguese magazine Roof n.04. The article highlights the amazing project by architect Philippe Meyer.

ROOF MAGAZINE #03

Gerês House featured in Roof magazine.  

L’KODAC #02

Gerês House featured in L’kodac magazine.

A.MAG #08

OTIIMA art works by Pedro Cabrita Reis featured in AMAG magazine.

MATERIAIS DE CONSTRUÇÃO #175

  Gerês House was featured in materiais de construção magazine n.175. The article highlights the privileged view over the green valley that extends down the slope and the relationship with the elements of the surrounding landscape.

OTIIMA’S WORK FEATURED AT ARCHINEWS#36

  Gerês House was featured in the portuguese magazine Archinews n.36. The article highlights the privileged view over the green valley that extends down the slope and the relationship with the elements of the surrounding landscape.

TRENDS MAGAZINE #60

Gerês House was featured in the portuguese magazine Trends n.60. The article highlights the privileged view over the green valley that extends down the slope and the relationship with the elements of the surrounding landscape.

OTIIMA’S WORK FEATURED AT MARK MAGAZINE #59

  Gerês House was featured in mark magazine n.59. The article highlights the privileged view over the green valley that extends down the slope and the relationship with the elements of the surrounding landscape. The three chosen materials – wood, concrete and glass – not only determine the outer volume, but also have been extended to…