The name Impare in Portuguese means something indivisible by two, suggests something single, different and also the inverse of inertia [in + stop] i.e. movement.
The insignia Impare was created in 2001 for establishing the firms Impare Produções and Impare Planeamento by three co-founders.
In 2004 there was a change in quotas among members, with Impare Produções, after having two members, changed its name to Impare Architecture and considered the activity of architectural design in its corporate purposes.
In 2009 this new company became only owned running exclusively under the management of the architect Paulo Seco. From that date under his sole responsibility, Impare Architecture has continued its project activity with architecture and design, having recently won, among the various projects developed, the 1st prize in the National Furniture Design in 2010 and in 2012 the 2nd prize in the Project for the Rehabilitation of Tropical Botanical Greenhouses of the Garden, University of Coimbra.
The Impare Architecture confirms itself as a studio with consolidated experience and, like everything in life, seeks the impossible …