Daciano da Costa and the CCB: design in context, Due to the abundance of sketches, design documentation and photographs, this new book by João Paulo Martins becomes the main reference work on a unique work in Portuguese design., 9 November 2023

A year after having promoted a second edition of Design e Mal-Estar (1998) by the publisher Orfeu Negro, Atelier Daciano da Costa highlights, with this book with the Tinta da China seal, the performance of that furniture and equipment at the Belém Cultural Center, opened in 1993 by Aníbal Cavaco Silva, at the beginning of the first Portuguese presidency of the Council of the European Communities.
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