Just back from cycling in Portugal, coast-to-coast (and a bit inland) across the very bottom of the country. Too busy pedalling to photograph a great deal, but the Cooperativa Agricola at Santa Catarina da Fonte do Bispo (a bit north of Faro) was definitely worth a shot. A fine, if now apparently disused, piece of modernist industrial architecture. Back home we would doubtless know all about it, probably someone would have written a thesis on its architect, but I can find almost nothing about it on the web aside from 3 or 4 photos with no text. It makes one wonder about all the other agricultural co-op buildings in Portugal; the older ones certainly do appear in tourist and history books and websites. It was a similar story with what appears to be an art deco market building in Ayamonte (in Spain, across the river from the most easterly bit of Portugal). This is still in commercial and office use, and painted in all sorts of attractive colours, but I’ve failed to find any reference whatsoever to it on the web, or even a photo. Likelihood is that I have been looking under the wrong name, but still a bit strange.