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Team Members


Hugo Barros



Education:
- Graduated in Architecture at FAUP (Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto).
- Between 2011 and 2012 studied at Accademia de Architectura di Mendrisio in Switzerland.


Working:
- Between 2012 and 2013 worked at David Chipperfield Architects in London.
- Founded the architecture platform DOME with Pedro Bragança in 2013
- Founded the practice ATELIERDACOSTA in 2015, sharing the studio with Pedro Matos.


Other activities:
- Editor of Revista Unidade 8, FAUP
- Invited teaching assistant at Porto Academy
- Member of Inner City program, in Porto
- Several collaborations with dance and theater performances


Selected prizes and awards:
- Finalist of SECIL Universidades national award
- Honorable Mention for best national architecture thesis - ARCHIPRIX
- “Best Design” award in the international competition “School for the refugees in Thailand” in colaboration with Marcos Veiga




Pedro Matos




Diogo Silva



Education:
- Professional Qualification on Design, Ceramics and Sculpture at Colégio de São Miguel (Fátima)
- Graduated in Architecture at FAUP - Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto. Studied as an exchange student at Udk and TU Berlin between 2011 and 2012.


Working:
- '07: ARQUETIS (Fátima) - Design internship
- '16-'17: PRODUCTORA (Ciudad de México) - Architecture Intern + Architect (Project Leader)


Other activities:
- Member of MTA - Architecture Workers Movement.
- Selected Fellow (supported by Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation) on the 2019 edition of DOC'S KINGDOM - Cinema Seminar in Arcos de Valdevez
- Curator of MAObject Art Symposium in 2013 (Maia, Porto)
- FAUP Students' Union Cultural Department Coordinator between 2009 and 2010


Selected prizes and awards:
- Ricardo Spratley Prize + Florêncio Neto de Carvalho Prize: best grade conclusion of course FAUP '13/'14
- Portuguese Government Schoolarship of Merit: best grade of FAUP '09/'10





Marta Nogueira



Education:
- Graduated in Architecture at FAUP, Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto (2011-18).
- Studied as an exchange student at FADU-UBA, Facultad de Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo - Universidad de Buenos Aires (2015).
- Specialization in Architectural Acoustics (2020).


Working:
- Worked at Ronald Janssen Architecten in Amsterdam (2016).
- Worked as an architecture intern at Martins Architecture Office in Guimarães (2018-19).


Other activities:
- Co-editor of Revista Unidade 8, FAUP (2014).
- FAUP Students' Union vice-president (2013-14).
- Co-coordinator of QUINZENA'15, a debate platform on architecture education (2015).






Emanuel Neves



Education:
- Graduated in Architecture at FAUP (Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto).


Working:
- Since  2018 works at atelierdacosta in Póvoa de Varzim.


Selected prizes and awards:
- Won "concurso anual de Soluções Construtivas Pladur 2017 - Porto" in colaboration with Guilherme Soares, Hélder Oliveira and Rui Fernandes




Ricardo Fernandes



Education:
- Graduated in Architecture at FAUP (Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto).
- Between 2012 and 2013 studied at The Glasgow School of Art in Scotland.


Working:
- In 2017 worked at PARADOXO and Habitar Porto
- Between 2018 and 2019 worked at Castanheira & Bastai Arquitectos
- Working at ATELIERDACOSTA since 2019


Other activities:
- Study of the relation between sound and space
- Electronic music production, sound design collaborations in installation art and dance performances
- Drawing coverage of concerts
- Member of Inner City program, in Porto
- Founder of Artes à Quinta with Pedro Bragança

  



João Morais



Education:
- Graduated in Studies in Architecture at FAUP (Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto)


Working:
- Collaboration with Telmo Castro Arq. in 2016
- Between 2018 and 2019 worked at Boffi Studio Porto
- Between 2019 and 2020 worked at AE-EA architecture-entertainment
- Working at ATELIERDACOSTA since 2021


Other activities:
- Between 2013 and 2015 volunteered as a graphic designer at AEFAUP (FAUP Students' Union)
- Co-coordination of QUINZENA’15 (debate platform focused on architecture education)
- Founder of oficina fumo - office for multi-disciplinar experimentation
- Editor of FENOMENOLOGIA DEL ALMA - short movie by Maria Novo
- Composer and producer w/ José Carvalho of the soundtrack for  the short movie A Bobinadeira by Nicole Noia
- Electronic music producer

  



Arthur Gouvêa



    Education:
    - Graduated in Architecture at DARQ, Departamento de Arquitectura da Universidade de Coimbra (2013-2017).
    - Studied at FAUJF, Facudade de Arquiteturade Juiz de Fora (2009-2012).

    Working:
    - Internship at EFE Arquitetos, Minas Gerais, Brasil (2010-2012).
    - Architect at Pedro Maurício Borges Atelier, Lisboa, Portugal (2017-2019).
    - Architect at Nonarquitetura, Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal (2020).
    - Partnership with Apolinario Soares Office, Lausanne, Switzerland (2019-2020).
    - Architect at GLa Architects, Dili, Timor Leste (2019-2021).
    - Architect at atelierdacosta, Póvoa de Varzim, Portugal (2021-).
    - 3D Expert and Artist (2017-).


    Other activities:
    - Coordinated "Ciclo de Conferências Minas-Portugal" in Juiz de Fora, Brasil (2015).
    - Former member of Revista Nu, DARQ, (2015-2016).
    - Poet and poetry illustrator.
    - Judo first Kyu.

    Selected prizes and awards:
    - Ricardo Spratley Prize + Florêncio Neto de Carvalho Prize: best grade conclusion of course FAUP '13/'14
    - Portuguese Government Schoolarship of Merit: best grade of FAUP '09/'10

  






External Members
and other Collaborations


Pedro Bragança

Marcos Veiga

Cristina Pinho

Tiago Casanova

GEP

OHM




Former team members


João Borges

Marcos Veiga

Pedro Xavier Oliveira

Sara Marques

Ricardo Coutinho

Raquel Bessa Serra

Maria Concepcion Rodriguez

Rui Quintas

Catarina Dias

Ricardo Nunes

Marta Miranda

Margarida Martins