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João Belo Rodeia

Lisbon (Portugal)

João Belo Rodeia

Architect. Member of the Prize’s Board of Experts.

An architect who studied at the Technical University of Lisbon and the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, he has been a lecturer at the University of Évora since 2007 and at the Autonomous University of Lisbon since 2013. Prior to this, he taught at the Lusíada University and the Technical University, also in Lisbon.

He has been president of the International Council of Portuguese Speaking Architects, the Iberian Docomomo Foundation in Barcelona, and the Portuguese Institute for Architectural Heritage (2003-2005). He has written several books and curated exhibitions as well as giving lectures around the world and writing on a regular basis for the Portuguese press. Notable amongst his publications are the chapter “Architecture and Regulating Power” in the book Architecture and Power (Casa da Arquitetura & Lars Müller Publishers, 2017), the chapter “Precisões” in Theory and Criticism of Architecture, 20th Century (Caleidoscópio, 2010), and the article “Arquitectura Portuguesa, una nueva generación” in the magazine 2G (Nº 20, Gustavo Gili, 2001).

Last update: April 2019

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