Pedro Matos Gameiro Arquitecto

Architect Lisbon / Portugal

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Pedro Matos Gameiro Arquitecto
PEDRO MATOS GAMEIRO Born in Lourenço Marques in 1970. Licensed architect by the Universidade de Lisboa Architecture Faculty, in 1994. Invited Teacher at the Universidade de Évora Architecture College since 2004. Has his own office since 1998 as partner of matos gameiro + carlos crespo arquitectos, lda. Establish matos gameiro arquitecto, lda in 2006. Between 2003 and 2006 integrates the atelier soma, an association with carlos crepos, joão maria trindade, paulo cardoso e pedro romano. As coordinator architect obtains the 1st prize in the Universidade de Coimbra Pharmacy Faculty new building international competition, in 2001; the 1st prize in the Castanheira do Ribatejo Sport Pavillion international competition, in 2004; the 1st prize in the Alhandra´s mortuary houses competition, in 2005 and the 3rd prize in the Giants Causeway visitors center, in Northern Ireland, an UIA/UNESCO international competition, in 2005. His work was published in portuguese and international magazines and participated in conferences and exhibitions regarding his work. Nominated by the architects college (OA) for juri in international competitions.
Pedro Matos Gameiro Arquitecto
Pedro Matos Gameiro Arquitecto
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PEDRO MATOS GAMEIRO Born in Lourenço Marques in 1970. Licensed architect by the Universidade de Lisboa Architecture Faculty, in 1994. Invited Teacher at the Universidade de Évora Architecture College since 2004. Has his own office since 1998 as partner of matos gameiro + carlos crespo arquitectos, lda. Establish matos gameiro arquitecto, lda in 2006. Between 2003 and 2006 integrates the atelier soma, an association with carlos crepos, joão maria trindade, paulo cardoso e pedro romano. As coordinator architect obtains the 1st prize in the Universidade de Coimbra Pharmacy Faculty new building international competition, in 2001; the 1st prize in the Castanheira do Ribatejo Sport Pavillion international competition, in 2004; the 1st prize in the Alhandra´s mortuary houses competition, in 2005 and the 3rd prize in the Giants Causeway visitors center, in Northern Ireland, an UIA/UNESCO international competition, in 2005. His work was published in portuguese and international magazines and participated in conferences and exhibitions regarding his work. Nominated by the architects college (OA) for juri in international competitions.