profile – プロフィール

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born in 1985, is a Portuguese licensed Architect  with a master degree by Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa with the thesis Surveillance and Frontier, Museum in the Second Line of Defence of Juromenha developed with accompaniment by architects AIRES MATEUS and Joaquim Moreno.

between 2010 and 2012 worked  in some public competitions at RC+JV Arquitectos studio and made short collaborations with Barbini Arquitectos and CHP Arquitectos.
in 2010 is the winner of the Lisbon Architecture Triennal student competition and in 2012 wins the SECIL Universities award.

since beginning of 2013 lived in Japan having worked with Ryuichi Ashizawa Architects & associates in Osaka and Sou Fujimoto and Hideyuki Nakayama in Tokyo.

in 2017 is the founder of AMALGAMA, a inter-disciplinary  architecture and design practice that works between Portugal and Japan.
From 2018, works as Architect Assistant at NIKKEN SEKKEI.

CAREER  – 年表

2018 – Architect Assistant at NIKKEN SEKKEI
2017 – founder of AMALGAMA atelier
2015 – Architect at HIDEYUKI NAKAYAMA ARCHITECTURE
2015 – SOU FUJIMOTO ARCHITECTS
2013 – 2016 – Architect at RYUICHI ASHIZAWA ARCHITECTS & associates
2011 – Collaborator at BARBINI Arquitectos
2011 – Collaborator at CHP Arquitectos
2010 – 2012 – Collaborator at RC + JV Arquitectos

AWARDS –  賞歴

2013 – Archiprix Portugal 2013 – Finalist with the project “Museum in the Line of Defense of Juromenha”
2012 – UAL award for best student of the architecture course of 2011-12
2012 – SECIL Universities Award 2011 – first prize winner
2011 – NU KRE Project – Competition of Ideas “Change the Neighbourhood” of the Program Choices – first prize winner ( built project )
2011 – Archinews Stand Concept Competition – finalist shortlisted
2010 – SECIL Universities Award 2010 – shortlisted, selected by jury
2010 – Let’s Talk About Houses: Cova da Moura – Students Competition, Lisbon Architecture Triennal Second Edition  – first prize winner

WORK EXHIBITIONS – 企画展

2014 – Archiprix Portugal Finalists 2013 -Exhibit at Galeria Boavista, Lisbon, Portugal
2013 – Archiprix Portugal 2013 – competition finalist projects exhibition with the project “Museum in the Line of Defense of Juromenha”, Lisbon, Portugal
2013 – “A Museum in Juromenha ” – Architecture, Slideshow of Master’s Thesis Dissertation, collective exhibition, in collaboration with DA/UAL (Lisbon, Portugal) and the Academy of Architecture of Mendrisio (Mendrisio, Switzerland), Exhibition in Museum of Contemporary Art of Juromenha Exposition, at Forum Cultural Transfronteiriço do Alandroal, Alandroal, Évora, Portugal
2011 – “ArchiNews Stand” – Architecture, Competition Panels and Model, Exhibited in ARCHINEWS STAND CONCEPT | TEKTÓNICA 2011 Competition Exposition, at FIL, Lisbon, Portugal
2010 – 11 – “The Thin Red Line” – Architecture, Competition Panels and Model, Exhibited in Let’s Talk About Houses: Competitions of Lisbon Triennial of Architecture Second Edition, at Museum of Electricity, Lisbon, Portugal

PUBLICATIONS – 出版

Vigilância e Fronteira – Museu na Segunda Linha de Defesa de Juromenha
Arquitectura Beta – Desafios Urbanos 2012

Estudo Prévio – Numero 7
Arquitectura Beta – Juromenha
Archiprix Portugal 2013 Edition
Da/UAL – Museum in the Line of Defense of Juromenha
Da/UAL – The Thin Red Line
Arqa magazine nº 86-87 – Let’s Talk About Houses: Competitions of Lisbon Triennial of Architecture
Casabella speciale web – Let’s Talk About Houses: Competitions of Lisbon Triennial of Architecture
Falemos de Casas : Concursos | Let’s Talk About Houses: Competitions – Book publised by Lisbon Architecture Triennal regarding the competition projects

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