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José Adrião

José Adrião (Lisbon, 1965). Holds a degree from the Faculdade de Arquitetura da Universidade do Porto (1991), a Masters Degree from the Universidade Politécnica da Catalunha in the Metropolis programme (2002).
Teacher in the Architecture Department at the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (since 2001).
2005/2009 was co-director of JA – Jornal Arquitectos.
1996 sets up JAPP Arquitetos with Pedro Pacheco.
2002 creates JAA, José Adrião Arquitetos.
José Adrião Arquitetos’ most relevant awards:
2012 – Vilalva Award by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation for the Fanqueiros project, in Lisbon
2012 – FAD Awards 2012 Ephemeral Installations attributed by the jury for the Magnolia project, FAD Opinion Award 2012 for the Interior for the Fanqueiros project
2014 – FAD Awards 2014 Finalist Architecture Award with the Casa da Severa project
2014 – Construir Awards 2014 Best Public Project, Rehabilitation Award.
2014 Commerce and Services Awards, both with Casa da Severa.
2015 National Rehabilitation Award “Best Intervention in the City of Lisbon” and “Best Intervention with Social Impact” with the Casa da Severa project. Application drafted by the Lisbon City Hall.
2015 – BIGMAT2015 PORTUGAL Award, attributed by an international jury to the Casa da Severa.
In 2014, José Adrião received the AICA 2012 Award of the Portuguese Section of the International Association of Critics – attributed by the Secretariat de State for Culture (SEC) and the Millennium BCP Foundation – for the combined architectural projects created.

Ricardo Aboim Inglez

Graduated in architecture from the Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa in 1998.

Carla Gonçalves

2015 – PhD student in Architecture by the Faculdade de Arquitectura in Lisbon.
2014 – Post-graduation on Draft of architectural conservation, restoration and rehabilitation.
2012 – MBA in the area of Urban Rehabilitation, Regeneration and Requalification.
2003 – Holds a degree in Architecture by the Universidade Moderna in Lisbon.
Was a collaborator at several studios in Lisbon and Beijing, China.

João Albuquerque Matos

Coimbra, 1984.
2002-2008 Completed his masters in Architecture at ARCA-EUAC, in Coimbra.
2004  1st Honourable Mention at the “Tulum Museum” Competition, (Tulum, México) integrated in the PUK collective.
2009  5th Place at the “Museu do Tapete de Arraiolos” Competition, (Arraiolos, Portugal), integrated in the PUK collective.
2010 1st Place at the “EUROPAN10 – Entroncamento” Competition, (Entroncamento, Portugal),
2010-2013 – Internship at the Institute of the Portuguese Architects, and employee at José Adrião Arquitectos (Lisbon, Portugal).
2013 – Collaborator at Pip Horne and Shiraze Houshiary Studio, (London, England).
2014 – Collaborator at José Adrião Arquitectos (Lisbon, Portugal).

Ana Grácio

Hold a degree in Architecture by DARQ – Departamento de Arquitetura da Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Coimbra  – (2005).
Professional internship (2005) at Baixa, Architecture Studio owned by Pedro Ravara e Nuno Vidigal where she stayed on as an architect (2006 till 2013).
Recently collaborated with architects José Adrião and Pedro Pacheco (2013-2014) and the studio CANRAN (2014 and 2015), and now with José Adrião Arquitetos (2015).

Tomás Forjaz

Holds a degree in Architecture at the Architecture Department of the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa DA/UAL 2007-2010.
Master of Science (M.Sc) at Bradendurgische Technishe Universität BTU Cottbus, Germany, 2010-2012, where he developed projects in 8 European cities, among Tallinn, Lisbon and Tel Aviv, and passing through universities such as UdK Universität der Kunste – Berlin, David Azrieli School of Architecture – Tel Aviv University – Israel, Esculea Técnica Superior de Arquitectura – Universidad de Sevilha – Spain, Fackultät für Architectur – Universität Innsbruck – Austria, among others.
In 2013 he collaborates with the studios HMGB Architekten and Herbert Hussman Architekt in Berlin.
In 2013 is awarded a “Merit Scholarship” – Masters in Architecture” by the UAL – Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa.
Between 2014 and 2015 collaborates in several studios in Lisbon: Openbook, Balonas & Menano Concept and Pro Architects.
In 2015 becomes part of the team at JAA José Adrião Arquitectos.

Carolina Calmon

2008-2014 Degree in Arquitecture and Urbanism at the AEC – Escola da Cidade, in São Paulo, Brasil.
2010, 2011, 2014 Represents the AEC – Escola da Cidade at the V, VI e VIV International Workshop of Urban Planing – Housing in the contemporary city.
2011 Collaborator at Sandra Sayeg Tranchesi Arquitectur studio, in São Paulo, Brasil.
2011 Represents the AEC – Escola da Cidade in the XXV Cartagena´s International Workshop, in Colômbia, organized by Universidad de Los Andes.
2012 Erasmus Exchange program at the ETSAV – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, in Barcelona, Spain.
2012 Erasmus Exchange program at the DA/UAL – Universidade Autônoma de Lisboa, Portugal.
2013 Collaborator in Francisco Aires Mateus studio, in Lisbon, Portugal
2014 Collaborator in AMZ Arquitetos studio, in São Paulo, Brasil.
2015 Collaborator in ASPA Arquitectos studio, in Lisbon, Portugal.
2016 Becomes part of the team at JAA José Adrião Arquitectos, Lisbon, Portugal.

Ana Santos

André Matos

Carolina Pedro

Catarina Croft

Cristina Rocha

Diego Fortun

Diogo Henriques

Duarte Caldas

Gonçalo Ponces

Hugo Santos Silva

Luis Valente

Margarida Lameiro

Margarida Pereira

Margarida Roque Farinha

Maria Castilho

Maria Pais de Sousa

Miguel Castro

Paulo Palma

Ruben Figueiredo

Rui Didier

Rute Figueiredo

Sara Jardim

Tatiana Mourisca

Tiago Ferreira

Tiago Mota

Tiago Pereira

Valentin Tabareu

Vesna Mihelj