AN EXHIBITION tracing the history of the Prémio Valmor Prize for Architecture will run in Lisbon until March 2.
The exhibition, at the Centro de Informação Urbana de Lisboa, Lisbon’s urban information centre is a retrospective of the Valmor Prize winners between 1902 and 2003.
The Valmor Prize for Architecture was created at the beginning of the 20th century and is one of the oldest architectural prizes in the world, with the main objective of creating an incentive and public recognition for quality development projects in Lisbon.
The award ran between 1943 and 1957, when it became defunct, until it was resurrected in 1983 and re-christened The Valmor and Municipal Architecture Prize.
The exhibition is open Monday to Friday, 10am-8pm. For more information, please
call 213 301 920.
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