The Pavilion of Portugal (Portuguese: Pavilhão de Portugal) in Expo'98, situated in Parque das Nações in Lisbon, Portugal was the building which sheltered the Portuguese national representation in that event, being erected until today.
The project was developed by the Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza with the contribution of Souto de Moura. The building has, for entrance area, an ample square covered by an imponent visor of concrete.
The program destined it the decurrent period to Expo'98, being an incognito the future use. The proposals already had been several, since the use of the space for the Headquarters of the Cabinet, until the creation of an architecture museum . However, it is still used for provisory expositions.
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