Architect (Lusíada, 1993), Master's in Urban Design (Iscte-IUL, 2002), and Ph.D. in Architecture and Urbanism (Iscte-IUL, 2011). Vice-President of the Regional Section of Lisbon and Tagus Valley, Order of Architects (2023-2026). Assistant Professor at Iscte - Lisbon University Institute. Coordinator of the Professional Master's Program in Digital Innovation for Design Practices (Iscte/FAUP) (2021 - ). Coordinator of the Ph.D. Program in Architecture of Contemporary Metropolitan Territories (2017-2023). Coordinator of CEAAD: Advanced Studies Course in Digital Architecture Iscte-IUL| FAUP (2013 - 2016), Coordinator of the Specialization Course in Collaborative Territories: Processes, Design, Intervention, and Entrepreneurship (2014 - 2023). Scientific Coordinator of the Digital Fabrication Laboratory - Vitruvius Fablab-IUL (2011 - 2022). Vice-Director of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism (2016-2019). Teaches in the area of architectural design in the Integrated Master's in Architecture. Regional coordinator of the Marie Curie ITN project "RE-DWELL: Delivering affordable and sustainable housing in Europe" (H2020 / Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions/956082), OIKOnet. A global multidisciplinary network on housing research and learning (539369-LLP-1-ES-ERASMUS-ENW). Researcher in Care(4)Housing. Caring for Housing - An approach to housing precarity in Portugal through design care (PTDC/ART-DAQ/0181/2021), TEL@FTELa Project - Technology Enhanced Learning at Future Teacher Education Lab (PTDC/MHC-CED/0588/2014), and F-ATLAS Franciscan Landscapes: the Observance between Italy, Portugal, and Spain (JPI-CH program). Coordinates and supervises research in the area of digital architecture: computational design, digital tools and processes to support creative design, emerging housing, public space, and participatory processes. Participates and coordinates workshops and ongoing training with the support of Portuguese industry companies and municipalities in the themes of co-production and participatory processes through digital tools. Special Mention Research and Teaching Forma Award 2022. Regularly writes opinion articles in the national media. Bi-weekly column in Jornal Económico.    
Marta Sequeira graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Lisbon (2001) and obtained her PhD at the Higher Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona (2008) - with a thesis on Corbusian public space and its relationship with Greek and Roman public space. She is currently Assistant Professor at ISCTE-IUL and at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, where she directs its PhD course in Contemporary Architecture. She won, with her project practice, the AZ Award of Merit 2019 (organized by Azure in Toronto, in the category of Temporary and Experimental Installations), finalist of the FAD Prize 2018 and the FAD Prize 2019 (organized by Arquinfad in Barcelona, in the categories of Ephemeral Installations and Interiorism, respectively) and the BigMat International Architecture Award 2019 (organised by BigMat International in Luxembourg) and selected for the Dezeen Award 2019 (organised by Dezeen in London and New York, in the category of Apartment Interiors) and the German Design Award 2020 (organised by Rat für Formgebung in Berlin). He has won, with his research, the 2009 University Texts of Social Sciences and Humanities competition (organised by the Foundation for Science and Technology and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation), the ICAR-CORA Prize for the best doctoral Thesis (awarded by the International Council for Research in Architecture), the Prix de la recherche patiente 2016 - the most prestigious international prize on Corbusian studies, awarded annually by the Le Corbusier Foundation in Paris - and was also a finalist for the Fernando Távora Prize 2013-2014 and the Fernando Távora Prize 2014-2015 (organised by the Northern Regional section of the Order of Architects), as well as the FAD Prize for Thought and Criticism 2019 (organised by Arquinfad in Barcelona). One publication of which she is co-author won the Premio de Publicaciones (awarded by the XI Iberoamerican Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism), and another the FAD Prize for Thought and Criticism 2018 (organised by Arquinfad in Barcelona). She is the author of several books and essays on contemporary Portuguese architecture and international modern architecture published in Portugal, Spain, Italy, the United Kingdom, Germany, Lithuania, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina and the United States of America.
Mónica Pacheco PhD, is an architect (Fa-UTL Lisbon) with a MA in Housing and Urbanism (A.A. London). She worked in architectural offices in Portugal and the Netherlands collaborating in projects such as the Institutsgebaude für Oper und Orchester in Graz, Ponte Parodi in Genoa (UnStudio), and Casa da Música in Oporto (OMA). She is Assistant Professor at the Department of Architecture and Urbanism of ISCTE-IUL in Lisbon since 2004, joined the AA Visiting Teachers Programme in 2015, and has been invited for lectures, reviews, workshops and juris in Salerno, Antwerp, Hasselt, Westminster, London, Boston and Sighișoara. Her research focus is on urban and architectural education; its role in (re)theorizing discourses and agendas; its impact in (re)shaping the profession; and its physical and geographical translations. She has chaired sessions (in the past two years within the All Ireland Architecture Research Group); presented and published papers and a book chapter and was guest editor of the Journal of the Association for Architectural Education (AAE), “Charrete”, in the issue “Global Practices, Transnational Pedagogies”4(2). Member and researcher of DINÂMIA-CET, she participated in the international project “Housing for the biggest number: Lisbon, Luanda, Macau”, in the organization of the international congress “Optimistic Suburbia” and coordinated the workshop and exhibition with the same name (2014-16). More recently was evolved with “Coast to Coast: late infrastructural development in former Portuguese Africa (Angola and Mozambique): Historical-critical analysis and post-colonial assessment” and currently in “Middle-Class Mass Housing in Europe, Africa and Asia”, both funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology. She is presently part of the Cost Action 18137 European Middle-Class Mass Housing. In 2016 she started developing an investigation as Visiting Research Fellow at the Bartlett-UCL on the history of the Department of Development and Tropical Studies at the Architectural Association. Through the analysis of its heritage and transnational network of expertise in the “global south”, her research concerns a critical reading of the pre-established systems of knowledge transfer in postcolonial architecture.
Paula André holds a PhD in Architecture from Iscte-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa and a Master's in Art History from FCSH-UNL. Professor at the Department of Architecture and Urbanism at Iscte -Instituto Universitário de Lisboa; director of Doctoral Program in Architecture of Contemporary Metropolitan Territories; director of the Master in Architecture and Visual Culture in Lisbon; profesor in the Integrated Master in Architecture, in the PhD in Architecture of Contemporary Metropolitan Territories, and in the Master in Cultural Studies and Management. Member of the Scientific Committee of the Center for Studies on Socio-Economic Change and Territory - DINÂMIA'CET-IUL, and integrated researcher having coordinated the Thematic Line “Images of Material Achievements” of the FCT Project “Print Photography. Image and Advertising in Portugal (1934-1974)”-PTDC/CPC-HAT/4533/2014. Member of the research team of the FCT Project “Export Portugal. Cultural diplomacy and the rebranding strategies of the Estado Novo in the United States (1933-1974)”, IR Anna Rita Gori (2022.08653.PTDC, March 2023-March 2026). She coordinates the “Collaborative Laboratory on Urban Dynamics, Heritage, Arts. Research, Teaching and Dissemination Seminar” in partnership with Paulo Simões Rodrigues and Sofia Aleixo (University of Évora), Paula Ribeiro Lobo (New University of Lisbon), Miguel Reimão Costa (University of the Algarve), Lúcia Rosas and Maria Leonor Botelho (University of do Porto), María Teresa Perez Cano (Universidad de Sevilla), Rodrigo de Faria (University of Brasília), Sérgio Proença (University of Lisbon), Raimundo Bambó (Universidad de Zaragoza), Ana Esteban Maluenda (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid), Alexandre Nobre Pais (National Tile Museum), João Branco Pedro (National Civil Engineering Laboratory), Adriano Tomitão Canas (Federal University of Uberlândia), Mário Caeiro (Polytechnic of Leiria) and e Ana Amora and Helio Herbst (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Daniela Marzola (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (GEDURB), Ruth Verde Zein (Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (FAU-Mackenzie), Ana Tostões e Bárbara Coutinho (Instituto Superior Técnico/CiTUA), Carolina B. García-Estévez (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, ETSAB) and Maria Lúcia Bressan Pinheiro (Universidade de São Paulo, FAUSP). Member of the Editorial Committee of the Magazine “ARA”, edited by the Museum/Heritage Group of the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the University of São Paulo and of the Magazine "Cidades, Comunidades e Territórios" edited by DINÂMIA’CET-IUL. Member of the Asociación de Historiadores de la Arquitectura y el Urbanismo (AhAU). Collaborating researcher at the Center for the History of Art and Artistic Research at the University of Évora - CHAIA-EU. Develops research in the group "Cities and Territories" of DINÂMIA'CET-IUL focused on the areas: Theory and History of Architecture and Urbanism; Urban Dynamics and City Politics (Lisbon); History of Art and Visual Culture; Public Works and Popular Culture; Photography and Heritage.
Paulo Tormenta Pinto (Lisbon, 1970), began his teaching activity in 1997, and is currently a Full Professor at Iscte, in the area of Architecture. His doctoral thesis “Arquitetura e Artifício – Cassiano Branco 1897-1970” was published in 3 editions (Caleidoscópio ed. 2007, 2015 e 2020). As a researcher, he has participated in and coordinated several projects related to architectural culture, highlighting, as responsible researcher, the projects “The Critical Monumentality of Álvaro Siza” and “Grand Projects - Architectural and urbanistic operations after the Lisbon World Exhibition of 1998”, both financed by FCT. He held several positions in the academic structure of Iscte, namely as director of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism and as director of the Research Center for Socioeconomic and Territorial Change – (Dinamia’CET-Iscte). He was the godfather of the title of Doctor Honoris causa awarded to Nuno Portas, by Iscte, in 2020. His work as an architect has been published and awarded several times, most recently, the FORMA Prize 2022 and the Teotónio Pereira Prize 2022. In 2022 he was a finalist of the FAD Award. His work was nominated for the Mies Van Der Rohe Award in the 2022 and 2024 editions. In 2023 he was distinguished with the 2023 Research and Sustainability Award (ex aequo), awarded by the Order of Architects.
Architect (1995, FAUL). Master in Urban Design (Building Space Regulations, 2002, ISCTE-IUL). PhD in Architecture (The Teaching of the Architecture Design in Portugal in the Post-Bologna, 2016, ISCTE-IUL). Teacher of Architectural Design and Drawing at ISCTE-IUL since 2004. Director of the Integrated Master in Architecture (2019-2021). Researcher in themes such as: the teaching and production of architecture; the normative, infrastructure and the morphology of public space. Designer since 1995 (Utopos, Risco, Bernardo Miranda), coordinator and/or co-author of awarded works such as Vila Expo'98 (Lisbon); Estádio do Dragão (Oporto); Public Space in Central Cacém (Sintra); Portas do Mar (Ponta Delgada); Hospital da Luz (Lisbon); Porto do Funchal, and the Horta Maritime Terminal (Faial). Co-author of the new ISCTE-IUL Technology Transfer and Enhancement Centre building (with Bernardo Miranda and Susana Rego, 2019) and member of the ISCTE-IUL University Residences Mission Team (2020).
Architect, Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto (FAUP), Assistant Professor of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism ISCTE–IUL and researcher in DINÂMIA'CET-IUL. The main areas that teaches and researches focus on Architectural Design, developing the elements of architecture, the investigation of the design of buildings and public spaces. Works and investigates in architecture design, conducting the design of public buildings and housing, as well as spaces for public use. Participated as an author in several publications and exhibitions in many countries. Received awards, participated in seminars and conferences in Portugal and abroad. He has been developping his activity as architect with over 30 years of professional experience and over 20 years of academic experience. At the beginning of his career, between 1991 and 1995, worked in the office of the architect Eduardo Souto de Moura (Pritzker Prize 2011), where he had the opportunity to meet and develop a vast and broad variety of projects.    Since 1997 he settled his own office where the projects undertaken comprehend a wide variety of projects and interventions. Over the last years he developed an academic career in parallel with his professional activity. Along with his students, developed a research that combines his professional experience with the project design discipline. 
Assistant Professor, sub-director of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism Iscte-IUL where he also coordinates the scientific area of Construction Technologies. Integrated researcher at ISTAR-Iscte where he coordinates the Digital Living Spaces research group. Researcher and consultant in sustainable construction and digital transformation of the construction industry, through the Building Information Modelling methodology and technologies such as photogrammetry, IoT, VR and AR.   Graduated in Civil Engineering (2000), MSc in Structural Engineering (2003) by Lisbon University (IST) and PhD in Civil Engineering (2010) by the University of Porto.
Assistant Professor at the Department of Architecture and Urbanism at ISCTE and researcher at CRIA. Degree in Town and Country Planning from the University of Aveiro (1994), Master in Urban Design (2002) and PhD in Architecture and Urbanism (2011) from ISCTE. Has several qualifications in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Space Syntax as well as Online Trainer Certification. Professional experience in Urban Design and Town and Country Planning (1992 - 2000). She teaches in the areas of Geography, Digital Cartography  and Urbanism. She has participated in several research projects and is the author of several scientific articles. The main research interests are: Spatial-Digital Humanities, Urban and Landscape Survey, Public Spaces and Placemaking, Environmental Behavior and Perception, Space Syntax and GIS, Pedestrian and Cycling Accessibility.
I am a researcher who applies emerging digital technologies within architecture to address societal challenges related to inclusion and justice in the built environment. I currently expand my scope on shared heritage in Africa to improve living conditions in former plantations. My vision is that architecture and the built environment should become meaningful to people. I see modern digital technology in architecture as an essential and effective means for innovative approaches. I am an expert in digital technologies applied to architecture design and heritage, namely shape grammar design systems, virtual and augmented reality, and space syntax. I am also working on analysing the building environment, namely considering space perception to achieve a user-centred design and reduce segregation and lack of accessibility.  I graduated in Architecture (FA.UTL 1998) and have a Ph.D. in Architecture (IST.UTL 2012) with the title “Transformation grammar-based methodology for housing rehabilitation: meeting contemporary functional and ICT requirements”. Between 2017 and 2023 I was the director of Information Sciences Technologies and Architecture Research Center (ISTAR-Iscte) and 2013 and 2016 the director of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism (DAU) and of the Integrated Master in Architecture at ISCTE. I have participated in national and international research projects and published my work in several journals.  In the Department of Architecture and Urbanism I taught disciplines of Architectural Computer-Aided Design, Drawing, new technologies applied to Architecture and Research Methodologies. I am currently an Associate Professor at the University of Antwerp in the Faculty of Design Sciences. Since the end of my graduation, I have collaborated with several architectural firms in Portugal and been a consultant for companies in the fields I do research. I act as a reviewer for numerous international peer-reviewed journals and conferences, as well as international and national research founding agencies.
Soraya Monteiro Genin is graduated in Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon (1990), has a Master degree in Science in Architecture, Specialization Conservation of Historic Towns and Buildings (1995) and a Ph.D. in Engineering (2014) by the Faculty of Engineering at the KU Leuven. Assistant Professor, she was Vice-Director of the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning of ISCTE-Lisbon University Institute, where she has been teaching Architecture Technologies and Architectural Conservation since 2002. President of the Portuguese National Commission of ICOMOS since 2018. Expert member of the Sustainable Development Goals Working Group (SDGWG) and of the following ICOMOS Scientific Committees: Training, Theory and Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration, Places of Religion and Ritual, Stone. Author of several publications and communications on Conservation of Cultural Heritage and History of Construction, her main areas of research. Coordinator of the research projects “SizaATLAS. Filling the gaps for World Heritage” (general coordination) and “F-ATLAS. Franciscan Landscapes: the Observance between Italy, Portugal and Spain” (principal researcher), at ISTAR-IUL and DINÂMIA'CET-IUL. She was ranked 1st in limited competitions on Architectural Projects she coordinated in her office (1999-2014), for the Belém Tower walkway I 2002, the cafetaria of the National Palace of Queluz in 2002, the Livramento Chapel in Estoril in 2003, the Hospedaria cloister of the Convent of Christ in Tomar in 2004, the French Embassy in 2006 and the Parliament, in Lisbon in 2013. Winner of the "TEKTÓNICA Promoter Academy" award for the course "Architectural Practices", which she organises since 2012, at the International Construction Fair, in Lisbon
Teresa Madeira da Silva - Associate Professor with Aggregation at the Department of Architecture and Urbanism of Iscte and DINÂMIA'CET-Iscte Integrated Researcher. She is Director of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism at Iscte, President of the Cientific Committee of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism at Iscte  (2022-2025), and Director of the PhD Urban Studies at Iscte (joint PhD between Iscte-IUL and FCSH-UNL) (2019-2024). She integrates the teams of two research projects: UrbanoScenes. Postcolonial imaginaries of urbanization in prospective research. Portugal and Angola, Coord. Simone Tulumello (until 2025-01-14) and CLI-CC.HE - Climate change, cities, communities and health equity. Erasmus + Project, Coord. Rosalba D'Onofrio - Università di Camerino (2022-2024). Published 11 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals (4 indexed in web science or scopus). Published 3 e-books (2018/2019) and coordinated the edition of another 3 (pedagogical scope 2021/2022), edited by Iscte Repository. Published 15 book chapters and 23 articles in event proceedings. Presented 57 communications in scientific meetings. She coordinated a research project for the Institute of Housing and Urban Rehabilitation (IHRU), which resulted in a service contract between Iscte and IHRU. She was part of the team of a research project The Grand Projects. Architectural and urbanistic operations after the 1998 Lisbon World Exhibition (coord. Paulo Tormenta Pinto). She coordinated the Summer School Sufficiency strategies in urban architecture at the invitation of the Technische Universität Darmstadt (TUD) (2015), the Specialization Seminar: designing in times of scarcity: temporary occupation in vacant spaces (2014) and the Workshop Collectiv Housing in Tamera Solar Village with the TUD (2012). She collaborates in international networks: the portal of the C. Gulbenkian - Património de Influência Portuguesa and the Permanent Secretariat of CIHEL - Congresso Internacional de Habitação no Espaço Lusófono. He has taught around 63 Master's and PhD CUs. He was examiner/vocal in 8 doctoral exams and in 5 master's exams. Participated in 76 exams of the integrated master's degree in architecture (21 as examiner) and in 19 juries of the integrated master's degree of the Faculty of Design and Technology of the TU Darmstadt. Supervised 5 PhD theses (3 finished and 2 in progress), 6 Master's dissertations (3 finished and 3 in progress), 31 MIA Final Architectural Project (PFA) projects, 12 concerning the project work and 19 concerning the theoretical component of the PFA. Supervised 6 internships for the Order of Architects (4 concluded). She was coordinator of ECTS of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism (DAU) (2014-2022), member of the Pedagogical Commission of ISTA (School of Technology and Architecture), (2013-2016) and of the Scientific Commission of DAU (2013-2016). She was Director of Urban Studies Master (2015-2016), coordinator of the 2nd year (2017-2019), 3rd year (2011-2014) and 5th year (2014-2016 and 2020-2021) of the Integrated Master Architecture (MIA) Iscte-IUL. She was a trainee's ombudsman at the Order of Architects between 2014 and 2016. She has several years of professional experience as an architect and received the Valmor and Municipal Architecture Award 1989 in 1991, in co-authorship. She works in the field of architecture and urbanism and her scientific interests lie in topics such as: housing; housing programs; teaching and methodologies of architectural design; architectural design; urban and building rehabilitation; urban studies; urbanism of Portuguese origin.
Teresa is an Associated Professor with Habilytation/Aggregation in Architecture  (with tenure) at the ISCTE-IUL, the Department of Architecture and Urbanism. She is a Senior Researcher at DINÂMIA'CET-IUL where she coordinated the research teams for Project MEMO - Evolution of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area Metabolism. Lessons towards a Sustainable Urban Future (financed by the Portuguese Science Foundation - PTDC/EMS-ENE/2197/2012); and Project SPLACH Spatial Planning for Change (financed by the Program PACl 2020 with the University of Porto and University of Aveiro). She was the Vice Director for the Department of Architecture and Urbanism at ISCTE-IUL (2013-2016) and the ERASMUS Coordinator for the Department of Architecture and Urbanism (2002-2016). She was a member of the General Council of ISCTE-IUL and of ISCTE Scientific Council. She was a co-founder of the Portuguese-language Network on Urban Morphology (PNUM), and its president between 2015 and 2018. PNUM is a regional Network of ISUF (International Seminar on Urban Form). She was a visiting Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia (July 2013), at the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya TECH (UPC), Barcelona, Spain (2011), University of Florence and University of Athens. Her current research interests are related to the study of Urban Form, Urban and Social Metabolism, Ecological Urbanism, Sustainability, Food Systems and Urban Planning. Teresa was awarded Women in Science 2019, for the field of Architecture, by Ciência Viva (http://www.cienciaviva.pt/mulheresnaciencia/index.asp). Her latest book 'Atlas of the Food System. Challenges for a Sustainable transition of the Lisbon Region' was published by Springer.
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JOÃO MARIA de PAIVA VENTURA TRINDADE(Évora, 1972) Graduated in architecture at ESBAL/FAUTL, Lisbon, Portugal (1995). Founded his own architectural office in 2005. He collaborated at João Luís Carrilho da Graça´s office, in Lisbon, between 1993 and 2003, being the coordinator of the studio from 1998. In 2003 and 2004 he was a consultant to the Ministry of the Environment for the management of the Reference Projects of the Polis Program, within which the pedestrian bridges of Coimbra (Cecil Balmond/ Adão da Fonseca) and Covilhã (Adão da Fonseca/ Carrilho da Graça), or the sculpture on the south entrance of Matosinhos (Janet Echelman/ Souto de Moura) were built, among others. Guest Professor of Architecture at Faculdade de Arquitectura – Lusíada’s University of Lisbon, between 1997 and 2009, at Evora’s University from 2009, at the Escuela Superior de Arquitectura, Madrid - Spain in 2011, at ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon from 2015. Invite-Teacher in seminars, workshops and juries at Academia d’Archittetura di Mendrizio, Politecnico di Milano,  Instituto Universitário di Archittetura di Venezia, Universitá degli Studi di Trieste, Universitá degli Studi di Reggio Calabria, Laboratorio di Archittetura di Mantova, Universitá degli Studi di Firenze, and in some other portuguese and foreign institutions of architecture. In 2009 the studio received the FAD ARCHITECTURE AWARD – Barcelona, Spain with its first built public project. Was also prized in the VII BIENAL IBEROAMERICANA DE ARQUITECTURA 2010,  Medellin, Colombia. Was finalist in the AR AWARDS 2009 granted in London at the Royal Institute of British Architects, in the 2010 SECIL PRIZE of Architecture, Portugal, nominated for the 2010 IAKOV CHERNIKHOV PRIZE for young architects, granted by the Iakov Chernikhov Foundation in Moscow, Russia, with the PREMIO DI ARCHITETTURA SOSTENIBILE of the Ferrara University, Italy and for the 2011 MIES VAN DER ROHE European Architecture Award, Barcelona, Spain.  In 2014 received in Portugal the National Prize of Rehabilitation - IRHU 2013, together with Inês Lobo, whose jury was chaired by Eduardo Souto de Moura. In 2016 the studio was one of the five selected teams for the final stage of the international competition Montelungo-Coleoni in Bergamo, Italy, among David Chipperfield, Barozzi&Veiga and others. The studio represented Portugal at the 24th World Congress of Architecture / UIA2011 Tokyo and the 9th International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo, Brazil, integrating the exhibition "Tradition is Innovation", also exhibited at Mimesis Musem in South Korea. It has integrated several selections and exhibitions of Portuguese architecture as "Portuguese Architecture - Discretion is the new Visibility", exhibited at the 10th Biennial of Architecture of São Paulo, Brazil, and at the Camões Institute, Lisbon. For more information: www.venturatrindade.com  
Founding partner of EMBAIXADA Arquitectura, an award-winning Lisbon based architectural studio established in 2002. Born in Beja in 1977. M.Psy. in Community Psychology at ISPA- IU in 2013 and Graduated in Architecture at the Lusíada University of Lisbon in 2001. On the winners list of the first edition of ARCHIPRIX INTERNATIONAL 2001 in Rotterdam, we was also selected by the European Centre for Architecture & Design as one of the 40 best European architects under 40 in 2011 (40 under 40 award). Invited Assistant Professor at ISCTE School of Technology and Architecture since 2023.  
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