Ana Tostões

Ana Tostões

EWV's coordinator

Architect, architectural historian and chair of Docomomo International (www.docomomo.com). She is Associate Professor with Habilitation at IST-UTL, Lisbon, where she is in charge of the architectural PhD programme. Her research field is the history of architecture and the city of the twentieth century, in which she develops an operative view, oriented towards the conservation of modern architecture, focusing especially on post-war architectural culture and on the relations between European, African and American production. On these topics she has published books and scientific articles and curated exhibitions.

Ana Magalhães

Ana Magalhães

Degree in Architecture (1988, FAUTL) and Master’s degree in Architectural Theory (2001, Lusíada University) with a thesis on: “Intemporalidade, Continuidade e Presença dos Valores do Movimento Moderno- O Hotel Ritz no Contexto da Arquitectura Portuguesa do Século XX “. She is a teacher at Lusíada University in Lisbon since 1990. She is developing her doctorate thesis by Lusíada University: “Migração do Moderno. Arquitectura na Diáspora – Angola e Moçambique (1948-1974)”. She is the co-author with Inês Gonçalves of the book “Moderno Tropical – Arquitectura em Angola e Moçambique, 1948-1975”, published by Tinta da China and awarded with DAM Architectural Book Award 2010 in History of Architecture category. She has been pursuing her profession as an independent architect since 1989.

Elisiário Miranda

Elisiário Miranda

He was born in Azambuja in 1960. He attended ESBAP between 1978 and 1984, and was licensed by FAUP in 1987. Practiced his profession in his private office between 1986 and 2007. Collaborated with various architects, among which Álvaro Siza, between 1989 and 1998. Was guest assistant in FAUP between 1995 to 1999, the year he joined EAUM, where he currently teaches as an adjunct professor. Held in 2005 the Evidence of Pedagogical Aptitude and Scientific Capacity with an essay titled Architecture and liturgy in Portugal, 1926-1974. Defended in July 2013 the doctoral dissertation titled Orthodoxy & Freedom: Infrastructural buildings of modern architecture in Mozambique, 1951-1964.

João Vieira Caldas

João Vieira Caldas

João Vieira Caldas was born in Lisbon in 1953. He has undergraduated in Architecture (1977, ESBAL), obtained a Master Degree in Art History (1988, FCSH-UNL) and completed a PhD in Architecture (2007, IST-UTL). His career has comprised several domains, ranging from architectural practice to teaching, research and critics. He has carried out projects in the domain of the architectural heritage and has been involved in inventories concerned with the Architectural an Urban Patrimony. Currently, he teaches History and Theory of Architecture at IST-UL and works as a researcher at the same institute. He has been devoted to research and published several articles and books, commissioned exhibitions and supervised master theses and PhD theses on the following subjects: architectural heritage, architecture in 20th century, and history of domestic architecture (urban, rural, erudite and vernacular).

Manuel Correia Guedes

Manuel Correia Guedes

Architect, Ph.D. (Univ. Cambridge), Associated Professor at the Higher Technical Institute (IST). Currently the Head of the Architectural Research Centre of the IST (ICIST-n6), and former Director of the Course of Architecture. Specialised in Sustainable Architecture and Urban Design, is responsible for the disciplines of Environmental Design and Sustainable Architecture at the Master and Ph.D. courses. Participant in national and international research projects in the area, Coordinator of E.U. cooperation projects with Africa and Asia.

Maria João Teles Grilo

Maria João Teles Grilo

Graduated from Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa - 1984. Member of the International Union of Architects and of the Conselho Internacional de Arquitectos de Língua Portuguesa (International Council of Portuguese-Speaking Architects). Coordinator of the order of Architects of Angola in the International Union of Architects/Union of African Architects-Continuing Professional Development. Director of METAPOLIS – company specialising in planning, architecture and consultancy. PhD subject – the city as an informal laboratory. Lecturer at Universidade Agostinho Neto – Luanda. Consultant for research projects about Angola. Areas of specialisation: Architecture of the modern movement in Angola. The informal city in the metropolises of developing countries.

Maria Manuel Oliveira

Maria Manuel Oliveira

Maria Manuel Oliveira, architect (Higher Institute of Fine Arts of Porto, 1985), is Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture at the University of Minho, where she conducts work on architectural and urban design at the School’s Studies Centre. Her latest research has concentrated on the study of Modern Architecture in Lusophone countries, with a particular focus on Mozambique.

Vincenzo Riso

Vincenzo Riso

Vincenzo Riso trained as an architect (1994) at the University of Florence, where in 2006 also obtained his Ph.D. in architecture. He has worked as architectural researcher upon different and apparently distant problems such as those related to the cultural and material recovery of the architecture of Modern Movement on one side and to the theory and practice of urban design on the other. Bruno Zevi prize for a critical essay about modern architecture in 2008. Associate Professor at the School of Architecture of Minho University, where he has been teaching since 2001 and also managing as the Dean since 2012.