Souto de Moura

Diálogos Cruzados

Portuguese architect Eduardo Souto de Moura speaks to journalists at a hotel in Lisbon Monday night, March 28, 2011, after it was announced that he had won the 2011Pritzker Architecture Prize. Souto de Moura, 58, joins Frank Gehry, Tadao Ando and Renzo Piano in receiving the honor that's often called architecture's Nobel Prize. (AP Photo/Miguel Manso, Publico) PORTUGAL OUT

Casa da Arquitectura

“Diálogos Cruzados” (Crossed Dialogues) organized by Casa da Arquitectura – Portuguese Center of Architecture and Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves / Serralves Foundation around the two Prtizker’s exhibitions, on display in both institutions. “Diálogos Cruzados” took place on january 10th and 11th 2020 in each institution. A dialogue where one of the architects discussed the other’s work in conversation with a world known historian and architecture critic.


Below Souto de Moura talks about significant and recent projects from his career, alongside telling us about some of the key influences in his life.