Twenty years have passed and the recovery of Chiado is still necessary. All cities need fires to make plans and subsequent recoveries. The recovery plan for the affected area of Chiado was carried out slowly. Some “burnt” buildings and others “not burnt” were in urgent need of work, like so many others outside the area.
B庭院与Carmo教堂遗址、Largo do Carmo和Santa Justa电梯的连接也已完成。有必要总结出一条城市逻辑的道路，重塑曾经存在的东西，盘活废弃的空间，遗忘的、邋遢的空间后期也是城市。自第一次邀请以来，20年过去了，Álvaro Siza再次被要求完成该计划的这一部分，并将其扩展到在被称为Terraços do Carmo的地方，这相当于Carmo教堂和修道院/GNR Quartel源头的现有平台，这些平台被质量差的房屋和建筑所占据。
The connection between Pátio B and the ruins of the Igreja do Carmo, Largo do Carmo and the Santa Justa Elevator remained to be completed. It is necessary to conclude a route of urban logic, redoing what existed before, revitalizing abandoned, forgotten spaces, sloppy backyard spaces that are also a city. Twenty years have passed since the first invitation and Álvaro Siza has been called again to complete this part of the Plan and extend it to what they now call Terraços do Carmo and which corresponds to the existing platforms to the east of the Church and Convent of Carmo / Barracks of GNR, occupied by houses and low quality buildings.
二十年过去了，我也回到了Chiado，探访已经完成的工作和还在等待的事情。将庭院B与Largo do Carmo和Terraços do Carmo连接起来的计划开始整体实施。达成了重要协议和议定书，并开始了研究。几乎是在第一时间，就有必要将工程分为两部分：一部分对应于Patio B与Largo do Carmo的连接，另一部分对应于Carmo平台。现在各实体批准的《计划》与《千户灾区计划》中最初的想法和定义差别不大。由于有了新的前提和对现实的进一步了解，于是我进行了调整。
Twenty years have passed and I too see myself back in Chiado, looking for quotas, interpreting drawings, visiting what has been done and what is still waiting. The Plan for the connection of Pátio B to Largo do Carmo and Terraços do Carmo started as a whole. Important agreements and protocols were made and studies started. Almost immediately there was a need to divide the work into two parts: one part corresponding to the connection of Pátio B to Largo do Carmo and the other to Terraços do Carmo. The Plan, now approved by the various entities, differs little from the initial idea and defined in the Plan of the Chiado Sinister Zone. Adaptations were made resulting from new premises and a better knowledge of reality.
流线与以前是相同的，将允许从Largo do Carmo到Rua do Carmo或Rua Garrett的下降，通过坡道、楼梯和公共电梯纳入莱昂内尔大楼，无论从桥梁和Santa Justa电梯该大楼能进入。被称为Palácio Valadares或Escola Veiga Beirão的建筑旁边的干预区域被扩展，创造了城市空间。在进行恢复工作的同时，考古学家和人类学家团队在我们看来必不可少的，团队一起进行了许多的恢复工作。
The route is the same and will allow the descent to Rua do Carmo or Rua Garrett from Largo do Carmo, by means of ramps, stairs and also by public elevator incorporated in the recovery of the Leonel Building, a building that partially supports the access, in bridge , from and to the Santa Justa Elevator. The intervention area was enlarged next to the Building known as Palácio Valadares or Escola Veiga Beirão, creating urbanity, allowing other routes, greater experience. Simultaneously with the project work, the archaeologist and anthropologist team opened and dug at points that seemed essential to us to verify and define quotas, stocks, confirm convictions and readings.
The result was surprising and confirmed convictions, forced quota corrections and adjustments to stocks. More excavations, more studies will be necessary for history to complete information, enrich the urban, support the Plan. The studies for the execution of the execution projects follow, the demolitions of the constructions of Terraços do Carmo and the second phase of this work. Complex of demands, difficulties and finding solutions.
Project: CHIADO / CARMO
Architecture Project: Álvaro Siza with Carlos Castanheira
Owner: Lisbon City Hall
Location: Portugal, Lisbon, Chiado
Project: 2008 - 2011
Office: Carlos Castanheira & Clara Bastai, Lda.
Base Project: Filomena Nascimento; Luísa Sarmento
Execution Project - Coordination: Pedro Carvalho
Collaboration: Marta Oliveira, Diana Vasconcelos, Sara Pinto, Susana Oliveira, Fernanda Sá
Project Structures: Office of Organization and Projects, Ltd.
Mechanical Installations Project: Office of Organization and Projects, Ltd.
Electricity Project: Office of Organization and Projects, Ltd.
Photography: Fernando Guerra, ultimasreportagens.com