UM ARQUITECTO UM MONUMENTO

“Um arquitecto, um monumento” é uma linha inspirada nos monumentos geridos pelo IGESPAR, designadamente os que se encontram inscritos na Lista do Património Mundial. Objectos requintados em porcelana portuguesa e de produção limitada, com design de alguns dos mais importantes arquitectos portugueses, são peças de colecção ou de uso diário, que traduzem os motivos dos monumentos em peças de grande valor estético.

Travessa  rectangular - Convento de Cristo


Inspired by one of the panels of azulejos lining the Portocarreiro Chapel at the Convent of Christ in Tomar.
This monument was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1983.
Design by José Canas

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Coffee cup - Convento de Cristo


Inspired by one of the panels of azulejos lining the Portocarreiro Chapel at the Convent of Christ in Tomar.
This monument was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1983.
Design by José Canas

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Travessa rectangular - Torre de Belém


Late-Gothic military construction by Francisco de Arruda, erected by King D. Manuel I, in the first quarter of the sixteenth century, to protect the entrance of the Tagus river, in the so-called Manueline style.
This monument was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1983.
“Hall of Audience” - Detail of the floor
Design by Júlio Grilo

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Coffee cup - Torre de Belém


Late-Gothic military construction by Francisco de Arruda, erected by King D. Manuel I, in the first quarter of the sixteenth century, to protect the entrance of the Tagus river, in the so-called Manueline style.
This monument was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1983.
“Hall of Audience” - Detail of the floor
Design by Júlio Grilo

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Travessa rectangular - Mosteiro dos Jerónimos


The Monastery of Jerónimos was commissioned by King D. Manuel I in 1501 as his royal pantheon, being closely associated to the Portuguese Discoveries. It was built thanks to the so called vintena da pimenta, which was a percentage charged on the income from trade with Africa and the Orient. The initial project, by Diogo Boitaca, was continued by João de Castilho, Diogo de Torralva and Jerónimo de Ruão. Its Manueline style includes elements from the Final Gothic period, as well as from the Renaissance.
World Heritage - UNESCO 1983
Detail from the church’s crossing vault
João de Castilho - 1st Quarter 16th century
Design by Júlio Grilo

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Coffee cup - Mosteiro dos Jerónimos


The Monastery of Jerónimos was commissioned by King D. Manuel I in 1501 as his royal pantheon, being closely associated to the Portuguese Discoveries. It was built thanks to the so called vintena da pimenta, which was a percentage charged on the income from trade with Africa and the Orient. The initial project, by Diogo Boitaca, was continued by João de Castilho, Diogo de Torralva and Jerónimo de Ruão. Its Manueline style includes elements from the Final Gothic period, as well as from the Renaissance.
World Heritage - UNESCO 1983
Detail from the church’s crossing vault
João de Castilho - 1st Quarter 16th century
Design by Júlio Grilo

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coffee cup


The Côa Valley landscape is indelibly marked by open air rock art bearing witness to different pre-historic monuments, such as the greatest Paleolithic rock art formation ever known.

Due to being an outstanding example of early art creation, these Paleolithic rock art sites were listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in December 1998.

Design by Elisabete Moura B. F.

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Coffee cup - Museu do Côa


The Côa Valley landscape is indelibly marked by open air rock art bearing witness to different pre-historic monuments, such as the greatest Paleolithic rock art formation ever known.

Due to being an outstanding example of early art creation, these Paleolithic rock art sites were listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in December 1998.

Design by Elisabete Moura B. F.

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Travessa rectangular - Mosteiro da Batalha


Decoration inspired by the rose windows on the Chapter House’s west façade.

These can be seen from the Royal Cloister’s terraces, dating from the first stage of construction of the Monastery of Batalha (Rayonnant Gothic to the plan of Afonso Domingues, 1388-1402).

This monument was listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1983.

Design by Patrícia Soares

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Coffee cup - Mosteiro da Batalha


Decoration inspired by the rose windows on the Chapter House’s west façade.

These can be seen from the Royal Cloister’s terraces, dating from the first stage of construction of the Monastery of Batalha (Rayonnant Gothic to the plan of Afonso Domingues, 1388-1402).

This monument was listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1983.

Design by Patrícia Soares

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Travessa rectangular - Mosteiro de Alcobaça


The inscriptions on ashlar stones perpetuate some of the main characters that marked the monastic universe of the Abbey of Alcobaça.

This is a fragment of the funerary inscription of D. Estevão Anes, responsible for the Monastery’s barn, dating back to 1324 (Caesar’s era), inscribed on the Chapter’s gallery, East Wing of the Cloister of Silence.

Monument inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1989.

Design by João Seabra Gomes

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Coffee cup - Mosteiro de Alcobaça


The inscriptions on ashlar stones perpetuate some of the main characters that marked the monastic universe of the Abbey of Alcobaça.

This is a fragment of the funerary inscription of D. Estevão Anes, responsible for the Monastery’s barn, dating back to 1324 (Caesar’s era), inscribed on the Chapter’s gallery, East Wing of the Cloister of Silence.

Monument inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1989.

Design by João Seabra Gomes

Unit Price: 19.50 EUR

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Travessa  rectangular - Panteão Nacional


Chromatic reinterpretation of the National Pantheon’s dome soffit.

The National Pantheon is a baroque building, with a centralized plan, based on a 1681 draft by João Antunes.

Its construction dragged on for centuries, works were only completed in 1960.

Design by Ana Rosa de Freitas

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Coffee cup - Panteão Nacional

Chromatic reinterpretation of the National Pantheon’s dome soffit.

The National Pantheon is a baroque building, with a centralized plan, based on a 1681 draft by João Antunes.

Its construction dragged on for centuries, works were only completed in 1960.

Design by Ana Rosa de Freitas     

Unit Price: 19.50 EUR

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