José da Costa e Silva est un architecte portugais ayant exercé au Brésil, né à Vila de Povos, quartier de Lisbonne le 25 juillet 1747, mort à Rio de Janeiro le 21 mars 1819.↑ (pt) Universidade do Porto : José da Costa e Silva (1747-1819)

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  • José da Costa e Silva est un architecte portugais ayant exercé au Brésil, né à Vila de Povos, quartier de Lisbonne le 25 juillet 1747, mort à Rio de Janeiro le 21 mars 1819.
  • José da Costa e Silva (* 25. Juli 1747 in Vila Franca de Xira; † 21. März 1819 in Rio de Janeiro) war ein portugiesischer Architekt.
  • José da Costa e Silva (1747–1819) was a Portuguese architect. His work helped establish Neoclassical architecture in Portugal and colonial Brazil.Costa e Silva studied architecture in Rome, where he had contact with Italian Neoclassicism. He later became Royal architect, and headed several important projects in Portugal. Among his most important works are the Royal Theatre of São Carlos (1792) in Lisbon and the Military Hospital (1792) near Torres Vedras. He is also believed to be the author of Seteais Palace (1801) in Sintra. In Lisbon, Costa e Silva and the Italian Francisco Xavier Fabri created the project for the Royal Palace of Ajuda (after 1802), which was however too grandiose and could not be completed.In 1807, Costa e Silva went to Brazil together with John VI and the Portuguese court, which had to escape the invasion of Portugal by Napoleonic troops. In Rio de Janeiro, which became capital of the Portuguese Empire, Costa e Silva designed an opera house in Neoclassical style. This opera house, called Royal Theatre of St John and modelled after the São Carlos of Lisbon, was one of the first Neoclassical buildings in Brazilian soil. It was later destroyed in a fire.
  • José da Costa e Silva (Vila de Povos, Lisboa, 25 de julho de 1747 — Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 21 de março de 1819) foi um arquiteto português que trabalhou em seu país e no Brasil.
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  • José da Costa e Silva est un architecte portugais ayant exercé au Brésil, né à Vila de Povos, quartier de Lisbonne le 25 juillet 1747, mort à Rio de Janeiro le 21 mars 1819.↑ (pt) Universidade do Porto : José da Costa e Silva (1747-1819)
  • José da Costa e Silva (* 25. Juli 1747 in Vila Franca de Xira; † 21. März 1819 in Rio de Janeiro) war ein portugiesischer Architekt.
  • José da Costa e Silva (Vila de Povos, Lisboa, 25 de julho de 1747 — Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 21 de março de 1819) foi um arquiteto português que trabalhou em seu país e no Brasil.
  • José da Costa e Silva (1747–1819) was a Portuguese architect. His work helped establish Neoclassical architecture in Portugal and colonial Brazil.Costa e Silva studied architecture in Rome, where he had contact with Italian Neoclassicism. He later became Royal architect, and headed several important projects in Portugal. Among his most important works are the Royal Theatre of São Carlos (1792) in Lisbon and the Military Hospital (1792) near Torres Vedras.
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