Pedro Rogado

Architect Lisba & Tavira / Portugal

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Pedro Rogado
Pedro Rogado studied at Institut Superior d'Architecture St. Luc, in Brussels; Polytechnico de Cataluña, in Barcelona; and Aalto University, in Helsinki. He graduated in Architecture, with a Master final thesis, in 1997, at ISACF La Cambre, in Brussels, with equivalence by Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa.

He did his academic internship in 1994, with Eduardo Souto Moura. Between 1997 and 1998 he collaborated with Álvaro Siza and Marc a Campo, in Amsterdam and Oporto, within the Stedelijk Museum‘s renovation and extension project. In 1998, back to Lisbon, he collaborates with Pedro Pacheco and Marie Clement, at Nova Aldeia da Luz’s Museum, Church and Cemetery, and with Eugénio Castro Caldas on the Programa de Revitalização de Vilas Históricas, in Alentejo, Portugal.

Since 2000 he establishes as an independent architect at Ateliers de Santa Catarina, where he integrates interdisciplinary projects, individually and in partnership with the resident architects, designers and artists. Amongst those are the architects Pedro Mariguêsa, Rita and Catarina Almada Negreiros and José Miguel Fernandes; the visual artists Sancho Silva, Pedro Portugal, Alexandre Estrela, Rui Toscano and Bernardas Bagdanavis; and the designers João Vinagre and Barbara Says. From this period, the most relevant projects are Casa em Vilamoura, Casa em Palmela, Casa no Redondo, Quiosque Popular em Lagos, and the installations Glocal Dwelling for experimentadesign'99 and Vertizonte for Galeria ZDB.

In 2010 he founded the Atelier Pedro Segurado Quintino Rogado, and continued developing projects individually and in partnership, especially with the architect Sofia Saraiva, but also with the architects Francisco Guedes de Carvalho and Leonor Venâncio, and the designer Marco Balesteros. Between 2013 and 2014 he resides in Montemor-o-Novo where, in spite of keeping his partnership with Sofia Saraiva in Lisbon, he researches on the theme of Sustainable Architecture within the Cultura e Sustentabilidade Research Centre, Oficinas do Convento and Telheiro da Encosta do Castelo. He participates in workshops and seminaries about sustainability and creates, in partnership with the architect Nuno Grenha, the installations for Ofício das Artes - Escola Profissional de Montemor-o-Novo. Since 2010 he was distinguished by the projects Casa Mulher Bala and, together with Leonor Venâncio, Casa em Colares Velho and Atelier na Arribana; with the 1st prize at the Projeto Expositivo da Trienal de Arquitetura 2010 public contest at Museu Colecção Berardo; and for the apartment remodeling projects in Santa Catarina, Bairro Alto and Bairro das Colónias, all of those together with the architect Sofia Saraiva.

During all these years he published projects, articles and interviews in magazines, newspapers, catalogues and books, such as Prototypo, Arquitectura Ibérica, JA Jornal dos Arquitectos, Revista da Ordem dos Arquitectos de Samara (Russia), Público, Expresso, Luzboa – A Arte da Luz em Lisboa, Prémio Outros mercados Arquitectura/Espaços Efémeros'06, Guia de Arquitectura em Lisboa e Sul de Portugal desde 1974, Habitar Portugal 2006-2008, Uzina Books, Archidaily and Divisare, and was selected to represent Portugal at the Architects Directory of the Wallpaper magazine in 2008. In 2016 he represents Portugal in the XIII Milan Triennale integrating "Objects After Objects" exhibition in the section "New Practices in Architecture" curated by Roberto Cremascoli.
Pedro Rogado
Pedro Rogado

Pedro Rogado studied at Institut Superior d'Architecture St. Luc, in Brussels; Polytechnico de Cataluña, in Barcelona; and Aalto University, in Helsinki. He graduated in Architecture, with a Master final thesis, in 1997, at ISACF La Cambre, in Brussels, with equivalence by Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa. He did his academic internship in 1994, with Eduardo Souto Moura. Between 1997 and 1998 he collaborated with Álvaro Siza and Marc a Campo, in Amsterdam and Oporto, within the Stedelijk Museum‘s renovation and extension project. In 1998, back to Lisbon, he collaborates with Pedro Pacheco and Marie Clement, at Nova Aldeia da Luz’s Museum, Church and Cemetery, and with Eugénio Castro Caldas on the Programa de Revitalização de Vilas Históricas, in Alentejo, Portugal. Since 2000 he establishes as an independent architect at Ateliers de Santa Catarina, where he integrates interdisciplinary projects, individually and in partnership with the resident architects, designers and artists. Amongst those are the architects Pedro Mariguêsa, Rita and Catarina Almada Negreiros and José Miguel Fernandes; the visual artists Sancho Silva, Pedro Portugal, Alexandre Estrela, Rui Toscano and Bernardas Bagdanavis; and the designers João Vinagre and Barbara Says. From this period, the most relevant projects are Casa em Vilamoura, Casa em Palmela, Casa no Redondo, Quiosque Popular em Lagos, and the installations Glocal Dwelling for experimentadesign'99 and Vertizonte for Galeria ZDB. In 2010 he founded the Atelier Pedro Segurado Quintino Rogado, and continued developing projects individually and in partnership, especially with the architect Sofia Saraiva, but also with the architects Francisco Guedes de Carvalho and Leonor Venâncio, and the designer Marco Balesteros. Between 2013 and 2014 he resides in Montemor-o-Novo where, in spite of keeping his partnership with Sofia Saraiva in Lisbon, he researches on the theme of Sustainable Architecture within the Cultura e Sustentabilidade Research Centre, Oficinas do Convento and Telheiro da Encosta do Castelo. He participates in workshops and seminaries about sustainability and creates, in partnership with the architect Nuno Grenha, the installations for Ofício das Artes - Escola Profissional de Montemor-o-Novo. Since 2010 he was distinguished by the projects Casa Mulher Bala and, together with Leonor Venâncio, Casa em Colares Velho and Atelier na Arribana; with the 1st prize at the Projeto Expositivo da Trienal de Arquitetura 2010 public contest at Museu Colecção Berardo; and for the apartment remodeling projects in Santa Catarina, Bairro Alto and Bairro das Colónias, all of those together with the architect Sofia Saraiva. During all these years he published projects, articles and interviews in magazines, newspapers, catalogues and books, such as Prototypo, Arquitectura Ibérica, JA Jornal dos Arquitectos, Revista da Ordem dos Arquitectos de Samara (Russia), Público, Expresso, Luzboa – A Arte da Luz em Lisboa, Prémio Outros mercados Arquitectura/Espaços Efémeros'06, Guia de Arquitectura em Lisboa e Sul de Portugal desde 1974, Habitar Portugal 2006-2008, Uzina Books, Archidaily and Divisare, and was selected to represent Portugal at the Architects Directory of the Wallpaper magazine in 2008. In 2016 he represents Portugal in the XIII Milan Triennale integrating "Objects After Objects" exhibition in the section "New Practices in Architecture" curated by Roberto Cremascoli.