This is a bit of a “blast from the past” post because I haven’t had adequate material to blog about for the last ~week.
A couple years ago I did an exchange in Glasgow and one of the school trips led us to Porto, Portugal. This trip was one of the biggest highlights of my time abroad. Porto was just such a cool old city with very visible history dating almost 2000 years ago. Super cool… I would love to go back.
Anyways, the prof’s that organized the trip also organized a couple tours of some of Alvaro Siza’s buildings, a world-class Portuguese architect local to Porto. Our first stop was to the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art. I’ll let the photos do the rest of the talking.