The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

Cork agricultural and industrial research - 2011
Cork agricultural and industrial research - 2011

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

  The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

  The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

  The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

  The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here .

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here.

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here .

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here.

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here .

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here.

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here .

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here.

 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

  The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
Cork agricultural and industrial research - 2011
  The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
  The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
  The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
  The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here .
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here .
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here .
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here .
 The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by  APCOR  (the Portuguese Cork Council) and  Amorim 
 (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across 
Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of 
the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of 
galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them  here . ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

Cork agricultural and industrial research - 2011

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here.

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here.

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here.

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here.

The images in this gallery are from a 2011 trip to Portugal, home to 53% of the world's cork supply. Sponsored by APCOR (the Portuguese Cork Council) and Amorim (the world leader in cork products), I was able to travel across Portugal to document the entire agricultural and industrial facets of the cork sector. These images were published as part of a series of galleries and articles on the design journal Core77. You can read them here. ​

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