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Pedro Reis


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Born in Silves, 1967.




Degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of Porto University (FAUP, 1994)
Also studied at South Bank University of London (1992) and on scholarship from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (1987-1994).

Professional training with the architect Fernando Távora (1993) and collaborated with the architect Eduardo Souto de Moura (1994-1998).

Worked in New York with the architect Toshiko Mori (1998-2000) and in East Timor (2000-2002), where coordinated the technical team of the United Nations Mission (UNTAET), responsible for rebuilding the country’s public buildings; also technical coordinator of the FSQP school requalification project administered by the World Bank.

Independent professional practice since 2002 and designer of various projects; earned first prize in public competitions for the Elvas Contemporary Art Museum, the new AMI headquarters in Cascais and the High Sports School in Melgaço. Invited architect for the national official representation at the 8th São Paulo International Architecture Biennial in Brazil.

Invited teacher at Architecture Department of Lisbon Autonomous University (DA/UAL) since 2006.

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