Luís Rebelo de Andrade

Founder | Principal Architect

(Lisbon, 1953)

Luís Rebelo de Andrade graduated in Architecture from the Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon, in 1986. Before engaging definitively in architecture, he aspired to be a sculptor, and his passion for sculpture gave him a particular and distinctive understanding of the place of architecture in the landscape. While attending the course he developed partnerships with Intergaup, a nationally and internationally acclaimed architectural atelier that has been awarded a number of distinctions.
He opened his own atelier in 1989 and his work gained recognition very early on in Portugal, with projects such as the British Embassy (1990) and Casa do Artista (1991), both in Lisbon, meriting widespread praise. From then onwards, he has imprinted his brand, both in Portugal and abroad, which is as distinctive as it is discreet.
More than an architecture of imposition, Luís proposes and practices an architecture that overcomes, surpasses, founded on the belief that it is at the meeting point between opposites that the perpetuity that characterises his best work arise. With their vision placed firmly in the future, Luís and his atelier nourish a profound concern for the visual and ecological footprint of the projects they accomplish.

Tiago Rebelo de Andrade

Partner | Lead Architect

(Lisbon, 1982)

Tiago holds a degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of Porto. In addition to completing Erasmus in Milan, he completed the General Management course at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, where he acquired essential managerial skills. Tiago, much influenced by his father, always wanted to be an architect. Since a very young age, he accompanied his father at construction sites, watched the design work of architects in the office from drawing to the elaboration of models. Wired by nature, the appeal of innovation and novelty moves him, he is uncompromising in the search for solutions to any challenge, and he is always available to help others. In his free time, when he has any, he practices kickboxing.

At Rebelo de Andrade he assumes responsibilities in the management of projects and teams together with Pedro, he is a force in the continuous improvement of our studio and our projects, never afraid to innovate.

Pedro Duarte Silva

Partner | Lead Architect

(Lisbon, 1980)

Pedro holds a degree in Architecture from Universidade Lusíada in Lisbon and did his Erasmus in San Sebastian. He collaborated with Arch. João Mendes Ribeiro, in Coimbra, and with Arq. Martim Cominges, in Vigo. At the height of the 2007 financial crisis he worked in London with the BPTW for six years. In 2016 he completed the General Management course at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, adding new skills in the areas of finance, accounting and management. He is a family man, he is able to wake up at 4 am to travel 300 kilometers to surf on a special beach. He likes to travel as much as he likes travel literature. Very pragmatic, he always seeks dialogue to define paths and solutions. He owns his time, and he values the time of others also very much.

At Rebelo de Andrade he assumes responsibilities in the management of projects and teams together with Tiago, conducts projects with an eye on the future, always in close collaboration with our clients.

Raquel Jorge

Project Manager | Senior Architect

(Lisbon, 1980)

Raquel graduated in Architecture from Universidade Lusófona. At RA\\ since 2006, she is nicknamed “SchwarzRachel”, due to her determined and energetic personality. Her commitment with the atelier and clients turns every day in deadline day. Raquel occupies her spare time mainly in the gym and with family and friends.

At Rebelo de Andrade, beyond the connection with the clients through the organization of their projects, is co-responsible for the organization and project management in the schematic and development stages of design.

Luís da Gama Pereira

Project Manager | Senior Architect

(Coimbra, 1980)

Luís has a degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto (FAUP), with a Post-Graduation in Wood Construction from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM). He was a Researcher and Lecturer Assistant at FAUP and collaborated on the first BIM project in Portugal, the Cruise Terminal at the Port of Leixões. In Geneva, Switzerland he collaborated with Group8 as Architect and Consultants Coordinator on projects such as the Transformation of the Palexpo Congress Center or the Kindergarten at the Headquarters of JTI-Japan Tobacco International. Later, with Burckhardt + Partner, he collaborated as Site and Project Manager on several multi-family housing projects. His interest in other forms of architecture, more socially and environmentally responsible, led him to collaborate with ASF (Architects Sans Frontières) in operations in Senegal and Sierra Leone and more recently to found the AsIB – Iberian Bamboo Association. In his free time he likes to be in contact with nature and learn about other cultures. He is also keen about photography and drawing, especially the human figure.

At Rebelo de Andrade he is Project Manager.

António Martins

Project Manager | Senior Architect

(Lisbon, 1988)

António has a master in Architecture, specialized in Urban Planning, from the Faculty of Architecture of University of Lisbon, since 2012. Ever since, António has cooperated with many different architecture studios, working on various scales, programmes and locations. Right before joining RA\\ studio, in early 2019, António made part of a group of fellow architects collective where he got the chance to develop his own personal projects. Since he was little, his fascination with drawing and geometry, but also the major influence of his father (who is also an architect), have determined his path till then. António also invests his creative and gifted side towards the refurbishment of his own apartment located in Campo de Ourique. In his spare time, besides reading, doing sports and hang out with friends, António puts on his Sporting jersey and cheers up for his team as a true fan. 

At Rebelo de Andrade, he works on the development of project design and supervision of various current projects in the studio.

Claudia Scaglioni

Senior Architect

(Milão, 1985)

Claudia completed her Interior Architecture degree at the Polytechnic University of Milan in 2010. In 2009, she came to study in Portugal, specifically at Lusíada University, as part of the Erasmus program. She chose to pursue Interior Architecture because, in addition to the fact that her talent for drawing has favored her to pursue the world of arts since childhood, she has always had a fondness for details and materials in their purest form, absorbing much inspiration from Milan. As hobbies, she enjoys scuba diving, practicing yoga, and reading. One of Claudia's many interesting traits is that she can count on her fingers the countries she hasn't visited in Asia. If she could decree something globally, it would be for there to be more compassion for others and greater care for the environment.

At Rebelo de Andrade, she is a Senior Interior Architect.

Leonor Mota Capitão

Senior Architect

(Lisbon, 1986)

Leonor completed her Architecture degree in 2009 at the Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon (FAUL), and she also studied in Italy at the University Institute of Architecture of Venice (IUAV), specializing in Restoration under the Erasmus program, with Professor Francesco Doglini. In 2013, she decided to pursue a Postgraduate degree in Heritage at the Faculty of Architecture of Porto (FAUP). Art comes naturally to her: she has always had a talent for drawing, a passion for painting, and manual work. In her family, everyone is somehow connected to art, including architects, artists, and jewelers. Her architect grandfather and a special interest in Restoration guided her path to Architecture. Her main inspirations come from the works of Frank Lloyd Wright, John Pawson, and Falcão de Campos. As hobbies, she emphasizes her love for painting, even though time is not as friendly for practicing it anymore. However, she enjoys passing on this passion to her three children. Additionally, she is an excellent pastry chef, enjoys spending time with family and friends, and has been involved in social service in Fátima for 15 years, which she does with great pleasure and intends to continue. If she could decree something globally, it would be the end of poverty.

At Rebelo de Andrade, she is a Senior Architect.

Carlos Rosado

Senior Architect

 (Paris, 1968)

Carlos completed the Advanced Studies Program in Architecture of Contemporary Metropolitan Territories in 2015 as part of his doctoral studies at the Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL). Since 2016, he has been a researcher at Dinamia’CET-Iscte, focusing on Architecture and Urbanism, as well as Digital Architecture, especially in Digital Processes: Manufacturing and Generative Design - Algorithmic and Parametric, and BIM in the development of digital processes, mechanisms, and culture. He obtained a master's degree in Architecture from the Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa in 2014. As a trainer since 2008, he teaches courses at educational institutions and specialized training centers in software applications for Architecture and Engineering. Professionally, he has been involved in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry since 1990. He highlights BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group, Kengo Kuma, and Snohetta as international references, and Álvaro Siza Vieira as a national reference. As hobbies, he likes to practice cycling, mountain biking, and is an Indoor Cycling athlete. His inspirations include Joaquim Agostinho (SCP) in cycling, Queen with Bohemian Rhapsody (1985) in music, and Paul Auster with Smoke (1995) in literature. 

At Rebelo de Andrade, he is a Senior Architect.

João Pedro

Senior Architect

(Lisbon, 1989)

João graduated in Architecture with a Masters in Rehabilitation, from the Lisbon School of Architecture (FAUL) in 2017. He had the opportunity to do Erasmus twice: once in Belgium, in Liège, and a second time in Belarus, in Brest. His passion for architecture was notorious since he was a child: he loved the experience of playing with legos, molding and transforming them according to his creativity. He traveled a lot with his mother, highlighting the visits to the Hotel-Casino in Funchal, created by Óscar Niemeyer, as one of the decisive points in choosing his professional path. He sees architecture as a puzzle that he takes pleasure in solving. His admitted stubbornness turns into determination to solve the daily challenges that architecture presents to him. He loves to learn new languages, do yoga and travel, and is a big fan of the Star Wars saga.

At Rebelo de Andrade he is an Architect, participating in projects and competitions.

Inês Félix

Senior Architect

(Lisbon, 1990)

Inês obtained her Master's degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Lisbon (FAUL). She participated in an Erasmus program at the Polytechnic University of Milan between 2011 and 2012, and since then, she has been eager to learn more about Italian culture, whether through music, cinema, or literature. In her free time, she loves reading, taking dips in the sea, and cooking. She enjoys traveling to see the architectural classics she admires the most and loves mapping out the itineraries for these adventures. Her next planned trip is to Finland to deeply explore the work of Alvar Aalto. She enjoys contemplating the dynamics of cities, the spaces, and buildings that shape their identity. If she could, she would like to go back in time and explore the buildings that were once part of Lisbon's identity. Nevertheless, if she could make a wish, it would be to have the authority to decide the future of the urban architecture of the capital and preserve iconic buildings that were demolished and were a part of Lisbon's history.

At Rebelo de Andrade, she is a Senior Architect.

Alexandre Gravalos

Senior Architect

(São Paulo, 1992)

Alexandre completed his degree in Architecture and Urbanism in 2016 at the Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas (PUCC). He also pursued a postgraduate degree in BIM at INBEC. His pursuit of new knowledge and professional improvement was so significant that in 2023, he relocated to Portugal to begin a Master's program in Product and Space Design at IADE. He believes that destiny, along with unwavering support from his parents, led him to the field of architecture. His mother is an architect, and his father is a mechanical engineer, and from a young age, he was encouraged to create and shape things, nurturing his creativity. Having interacted with various architects, he realized that this profession aligned best with his personality. While still in Brazil, in 2014, he volunteered in Paraná for the reconstruction of a village through a religious institution. His desire to help others combined with his love for nature. His hobbies include not only being in the countryside and experiencing it but also engaging in manual work, listening to music (especially hip-hop, country, and MPB). Some interesting facts about him include taking a course on Port wine, having a special interest in fashion and design, playing the drums, and being a fan of longboard skateboarding.  If he could decree something, it would be for the world to be more open and respectful towards the new and different.

At Rebelo de Andrade, he works as an architect, participating in projects and competitions.  

Lourenço Castelo Branco


(Lisboa, 1991)

Lourenço graduated in Architecture from the University of Évora, having returned to the capital in 2015 to do his Master's at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon (FAUL). Architecture runs in the family: with his father and both maternal grandparents in the area, his passion flowed naturally. Finding new ways of living and inhabiting the space, without always following the same traditional lines and trying to learn and design new construction methods in the execution of the project, is what he most appreciates in his work. Passionate about history, he always tries to study the location of the project and all its surroundings as much as possible, believing that architecture and gastronomy always reveal the daily lives of residents and the history of the area. He loves walking, cinema and plants and is always ready to help others. If he could ask for one wish, it would be that his architecture is always well interpreted and generating happiness, as he believes, mentioning the philosopher Alain de Botton: - “Belief in the significance of architecture is premised on the notion that we are, for better or for worse, different people in different places - and on the conviction that it is architecture's task to render vivid to us who we might ideally be.”

At Rebelo de Andrade he is an Architect, participating in projects and competitions.

Julia Vidotti


(São Paulo, 1996)

Júlia was born in São Paulo, coming to Portugal in 2015 where she became a master’s in architecture from the University of Coimbra. Through her course, he had the opportunity to do Erasmus in Rome at Università Roma Tre, considering Italy an inspiration. After completing the course, she decides to embark on a new experience, moving to the capital and joining Rebelo de Andrade. She was unsure about her career path when she chose architecture: it was an acquired taste, like a good wine, in which she found herself and realized her innate talent. She loves cooking, hiking, going to the movies and visiting museums. If she could make a wish come true, it would be that everyone had the minimum conditions to live with dignity.

At Rebelo de Andrade she is an Architect, participating in projects and competitions.

Miguel Veloso


(Mozambique, 1990)

Miguel has a Masters in Architecture from the University of Beira Interior and did the Erasmus programme in Madrid, at Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (ETSAM). He knew he wanted to be na architect ever since his childhood, a period when he spent most of his free time in his grandfather’s atelier, watching the elaboration of projects, surrounded by architects and drawings. After finishing his degree, he invested in formation in image and vídeo editing and production. In his free time, he enjoys surfing at the beaches in the Cascais area, taking photographs of sports and fashion and listening to good music. He loves his cats, Whisky and Nala, and his dog, Kori. In his personal Journey, one of the only things he regrets is not having started playing music at a younger age.

At Rebelo de Andrade he collaborates as an Architect, participating in projects and competitions.

Teresa Caruso

Junior Architect

(Lisbon, 1996)

Teresa has a Masters in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto (FAUP) and did Erasmus in Paris. During the degree, she wasn't sure that architecture was really what she wanted to do until the final phase of her masters dissertation. She loves handcrafts, like small projects of furniture transformation and home decoration and she recently has been adventuring in the kitchen. She likes to live new experiences, the excitement of the city life in Lisbon, and her hobbies change with time. If she could declare anything universally, it would be that people have a better sense of humor and more tolerance towards each other.

At Rebelo de Andrade she is an Architect, participating in projects and competitions.

Carlota Vian

Junior Architect

(Lisbon, 1995)

Carlota has a master’s degree in architecture from the Lisbon School of Architecture (FAUL). She studied and lived in England (Bath), under the Erasmus program. With a strong and determined personality, in the 8th grade she decided to pursue architecture and never looked back, emphasizing that what she likes most in the area is creating environments through light and form. She loves 70s and 80s rock, historical movies and her dog, Mac. One of Carlota's many curiosities is that she never spends a birthday in Portugal, always choosing a new city to visit. One day, she would like to have the opportunity to visit all the continents of the world.

At Rebelo de Andrade, she is an Architect, participating in projects and competitions.

João Brogueira

Junior Architect

(Almada, 1996)

João became an architect through the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Lisbon. In 2018, he participated in a workshop in Turkey, fostering cooperation between universities, and together with his team, received an honorable mention from YAC in the Art Cathedral competition in Ireland. Ever since he was a child, he has dreamed of being an architect, believing that just as doctors save lives, architects also possess the power to save, shape, and transform the lives of those whose dreams materialize into a space. As hobbies, he enjoys going to the beach, watching series and movies, especially science fiction, as he sees them as a source of inspiration for his work, with the Blade Runner saga standing out. If he could decree something globally, it would be that everyone had unrestricted freedom to travel the world. At Rebelo de Andrade he is an Architect, participating in projects and competitions.

Duarte Leal

Junior Architect

(Lisbon, 1998)

Duarte holds a master’s degree in architecture from ISTCE, having completed the course in 2022. In 2018, he had the opportunity, through the Erasmus program, to visit and study in Florence, specifically at the University of Florence (Università Degli Studi di Firenze), admitting to falling in love with the city. His love for architecture came from his grandfather, who, although not a professional architect, always showed his passion to his grandchildren by playing with them using Legos or building paper houses. What he enjoys most about his profession is the creative process and the ability to give shape to his ideas, which are often inspired by everyday life, things, and forms that, although not directly connected to architecture, provide him with the encouragement he needs. He is a fan of the Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena, a supporter of Sporting in all its disciplines, and loves sports, practicing paddle tennis and chess. If he could decree something globally, it would be to make it mandatory to cosplay as Super Mario characters while riding a go-kart.

At Rebelo de Andrade he is an Architect, participating in projects and competitions.

Frederico Real

Junior Architect

(Rio de Janeiro, 1997)

Frederico started his Architecture course in 2015 at UFRJ (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro). In 2017, he decided to come to Portugal to complete his studies at the University of Coimbra, where he obtained his master's degree in 2022. His father is an engineer, who instilled in him a passion for understanding how things work and the logical thinking behind it. His mother, a doctor and plastic surgeon, passed on to him an appreciation for beauty and aesthetics – this is how his passion for architecture emerged. His greatest inspiration is the architect Affonso Reidy, particularly admiring the Museum of Modern Art in Rio. He is fascinated by nature, finding peace in the sea, waterfalls, and mountains. He inherited his grandfather's love for plants and has a multitude of them at home. He feels that caring for the plants connects him to his family and his roots. Besides plants, his hobbies include watching series and movies and doing ceramics. If he could decree something universally, it would be that everyone had the ability to put themselves in other people's shoes.

At Rebelo de Andrade, he works as an Architect, participating in projects and competitions

Nicoli de Caldas

Junior Architect

(Minas Gerais, 1997)

Nicoli started her Architecture and Urbanism course at the Federal University of Uberlandia in 2016. Her choice of the course was largely based on the fact that she felt Architecture would have the ability to combine both her interests: improving the surrounding space and art itself. She believes that her greatest inspiration is Architect Lina Bo Bardi. As hobbies, she enjoys swimming, rollerblading, exploring new places, cooking, watching movies, especially dramas, and studying design. An interesting fact about Nicoli and her artistic talents is that she won a shoe design contest in 2020. If she could decree something globally, it would be that everyone has a home and food on the table.

Jedsada Baiya

Junior Architect

(Thailand, 1991)

Jedsada graduated in Architecture from RMUTT (Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi) in 2021, and completed a Master's in Interior and Space Design at Domus Academy in Milan. He had never shown a particular interest in the academic world until one fateful day when he stumbled upon a book about Architecture and fell in love with it, seeking perfection in everything he does. His mother, who always supported him unconditionally, gifted him a box of Legos with which he played and built according to the flow of his imagination. He considers architect Carlo Scarpa as his greatest inspiration. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, being an expert in pad thai, playing soccer, skiing, and traveling. His favorite place to visit was Tokyo. Feeling that humanity is growing increasingly distant, if given the opportunity to decree something globally, he would mandate that every Friday, the population come together in a square to exchange food and share experiences, to foster greater unity among everyone.

Joana Rico

Junior Architect

(Fundão, 1998)

Joana obtained a Master's degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto (FAUP) in December 2022. Following her dissertation, she co-authored an article as part of the 4th International Congress on the History of Luso-Brazilian Construction (CIHCLB). 

During her master, she was accepted into a mobility program that would take her to the Faculty of Architecture of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) for one academic year, however, due to the pandemic, her application was cancelled. In architecture, as in life, a door closes and a window opens, and her constant desire to get to know new places, people and architectures did not stop her. In January 2023, she embarked on her first professional experience and did an intership in Paris for half a year. 

She always thinks about architecture with a pencil in her hand, as if it were a symbiotic relationship. As well as drawing (in oil pastels, graphite and color pencils), she loves photography and going to museums, the theater and the beach.  

Standing up for various causes, she believes that the architect's most important role is the social one, as they are capable of transforming and positively impacting the daily lives of hundreds of people through the correct design of spaces, whether public or private, indoors or outdoors. 

If she could decree something universally, it would be an eternal world peace agreement. 

At Rebelo de Andrade she is an architect, participating in projects and competitions.

Francisco Pitschieller

Senior 3D Artist

(Lisbon, 1983)

Francisco holds a master’s degree in industrial design from Universidade Lusíada, which he finished in 2010. During the course, he had the opportunity to study a little about 3D, which further sharpened his interest in this art. During the covid lockdown, he begins to gain a special taste for architecture, thus deciding to combine the two worlds: he takes an online 3D course applied to architecture, and in 2022 he joins Rebelo de Andrade. He considers himself privileged to be part of the team and loves to be involved in interesting projects, working on textures and lines. He loves spending time with his children, cooking, going to rock concerts, doing handicrafts and going to museums, considering that one of his greatest work inspirations is the American photographer, Gregory Crewdson.

At Rebelo de Andrade, he is a 3D Artist.

Gentil Rabelo

Senior 3D Artist

(Fortaleza, 1992)

Born and raised in Fortaleza, he graduated in Architecture from Estácio do Ceará University in 2017. He considers that he always wanted to be an Architect, because he sees the area as the only one capable of realizing and materializing the dreams of those who seek to make their ideas come to life. In 2020 he entered the 3D world, opening his own company the following year. Due to his desire to see the world, in 2022 he moved to Portugal. He loves cats (he has eight), loves to eat pizza, horror movies and music. If I had the opportunity to ask for a wish, it would be to end extreme poverty.

At Rebelo de Andrade, he is a 3D Artist.

Diogo Ramalho

Senior Designer

(Porto, 1983)

Diogo has a degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of Porto. He studied and lived in Rome under the Erasmus program, and later worked in New York. Back in Lisbon, he completed his Master's in Graphic Design from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon (FBAUL). His work results in a spectrum between architecture, design and art, curation and writing. Diogo keeps what he sees and orders that information, trying to give a new narrative that results in new images. To do so, photograph everything you see.

At Rebelo de Andrade, he is a designer.

Taiana Braga


(Salvador, 1995)

Taiana has a degree in Design from the Institute of Visual Arts, Design and Marketing (IADE). She started her Design course at the University of Salvador (UNIFACS), in Brazil, but wanted to live new experiences, broadening her professional field of vision, so she decided to come to Portugal, qualifying through the Erasmus programme, at the University Beira Interior (UBI). She fell in love with the country, its people, and culture, and decided to finish her degree in Lisbon. Design has always been present in her life, so much that, as a child, she loved to draw, paint, build small spaces, and enjoyed exhibitions that explored shapes and textures. Dealing with simple geometric figures, colors and patterns, have always been a part of her everyday life. She loves silence, calm places, and good gastronomic experiences, in the countryside, or when she can travel in search of new inspirations and experiences.

At Rebelo de Andrade, she is a designer.

Maria Veríssimo

Office Manager

(Lisboa, 1996)

Maria graduated in 2020 in Languages, Literatures and Cultures with a Minor in Asian Studies, from the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon (FLUL). In 2018, as part of the course, she had the opportunity to go to China, more specifically to Tianjin and Beijing, to further deepen her knowledge of the country’s culture and language. Her taste for Asian culture is so immense that she adopts a cat, naming her Guanyin, goddess of compassion for others, a virtue she carries with her throughout life. She starts working in administration and management at the age of 18, having worked in several offices in the most diverse areas, believing that we always learn something from everyone who crosses our path. She loves what she does due to the multiplicity of inherent tasks and for being able to put her creativity to the test, always looking for new solutions to optimize the space that surrounds her. She loves cooking, getting to know new cultures, everything that is “out of the box” and she sees music as an essential part of her daily life.

At Rebelo de Andrade, she is the Office Manager.

João Guimarães

Photographer | Video Producer

(Lisbon, 1977)

João graduated in Architecture from Universidade Lusíada. His passion for architecture ended up merging with the happiness created by his hobby, photography, which has currently become his profession. Apart from that, in his leisure time he does surf and is a shaper (he makes handcrafted surf boards). He is married and has two children. One of the few things he regrets is never having climbed at least part of Everest. If he could decree anything universally, it would be the end of war.

At Rebelo de Andrade, he is a photographer and video producer.

Valério Romão

Philosopher / Writer

(France, 1974)

Valério graduated in Philosophy from the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of Lisbon. He works in information technology, in the area of systems administration, and has developed a parallel career in literature. With three published novels, three books of short stories and two theatrical plays, he is making a name for himself as one of the most singular voices of contemporary Portuguese literature. He loves cats and has no qualms in exhibiting photographs of the two he adopted – Rim and Croquete. He has a child, Guilherme, to whom he wishes to bequeath a better world.

At Rebelo de Andrade, he is responsible for converting into words the many images and stories that make up the atelier’s history.

Former Collaborators

Sara Santos, Luís Bucha, José Cardoso, Kauan Vasconcelos, Sergiu Munteanu, Inês Martins, Joana Varajão, André Marques, Joana Franca, Frederico Duarte Ferreira, Mariana Neto, Luís Pereira, Anna Buono, Rita Medina, Teresa Baganha, Madalena Rebelo de Andrade, Filipe Ferreira, Pedro Baptista Dias, Diogo Santos, Bernardo Falcão, Frederico Rebelo de Andrade, João Jesus, Diogo Aguiar, Pedro Carta, João Silvério, Pedro Mesquita, Marta Matos Chaves, Nuno Silva, Carlos Ruas, João Pedro Ribeiro, Vitor Casimiro, Luís Jardim, Rita Serra e Silva, Francisco Magalhães e Menezes, João Telhado, Diogo Fernandes, Eduardo Queiroz, Rafael Manhães, Madalena Barreto, Marta Pinheiro de Almeida.