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  • Publication . Article . Other literature type . 2020
    Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    António Cota Fevereiro;
    Publisher: Ponte Editora
    Country: Portugal

    No final do século XIX e início do XX foram construídos em Lisboa e Oeiras ateliers para trabalho, mas também para exposição e convívio. Estes foram construídos de acordo com novos conceitos espaciais apoiados no desenvolvimento das técnicas construtivas, realçados pelo controlo da luz natural. Inicialmente o ecletismo definiu arquitetonicamente estes espaços, contudo à medida que o século chegou ao fim, os projectistas portugueses conciliaram de forma inovadora referências da sua cultura com as novas correntes estéticas internacionais. Estes ateliers enriquecem a arquitetura portuguesa deste período, além de trazerem novas reflexões em torno de quem lá trabalhou. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, several working studios were built in Lisbon and Oeiras, but also to show and entertain. These were created after new spatial concepts based on the development of building technics, enhanced by natural light. Initially eclecticism architecturally defined these spaces, but as the century drew to its end Portuguese designers innovatively conciliated references of their own culture with new international aesthetic movements. These studios enrich the Portuguese architecture during this period, which also gave way to new reflections around who worked there.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Dorn, Amelie; Villalva, Aline; Giouli, Voula; Blanck, Wiebke; Kovalenko, Kira; Wandl-Vogt, Eveline;
    Publisher: Tbilisi University Press
    Country: Portugal
    Project: EC | ATHEME (613465)

    In this paper we present a case study on colour and emotion terms and their cultural references in the framework of the COST European Network of e-Lexicography (ENeL), working towards Pan-European lexicography. We take an initial use case of red in connection with emotions (anger) and look at its roots across different European languages, including Russian. Our data model offers the possibility of connecting these fields in the context of digital lexicography using markup for etymological information with description standards like ONTOLEX or TEI. This is particularly relevant for using and displaying such data on the European Dictionary Portal, potentially offering access to detailed diachronic and synchronic lexicographic knowledge across a variety of languages.