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Building Preservation, Urban Rehabilitation


2008, Braga, Portugal

Selected Architecture

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Tiago do Vale Arquitectos
Rua Dom Frei Caetano Brandão 121
4700 031 Braga, Portugal

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  • 2014 - IHRU, First Honorable Mention
  • 2014 - ArchDaily Building of the Year, Winner
  • 2015 - National Wood Architecture Award, Shortlisted
  • 2015 - Architizer A+Awards, Winner
  • 2016 - American Architecture Prize, Bronze Winner

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"Tiago do Vale's work is based on deeply critical, criterious and genuine responses to each circumstance, based on the appropriation and continuity of built culture. What matters isn't the "style" but the relationship between what is built and how it is lived."
Tiago do Vale


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April 23rd, 2020

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Architect by the University of Coimbra, was Senator and Member of the Assembly of the University. Doctoral candidate and Postgraduate on Advanced Studies in Architectural Heritage by the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto.

Editor of Design Media Publishing’s “Urban Complex” book, and its Chinese edition by Liaoning Science and Technology Publishing House “城市综合体”. Published throughout the world, Tiago do Vale has given lectures and signed articles on architecture, urban planning and rehabilitation in several publications. His work has been exhibited both in Portugal and abroad.

Juror for the 2016 and 2017 editions of the DAS Awards (Moldavia), (on behalf of the Portuguese Architects Board) for the 2016 and 2017 editions of the João de Almada Award (Portugal), the Architecture MasterPrize since 2020 (United States of America), for the Muse Design Awards since 2020 (United States of America).

Curator of the “Urban Dialogues, International Architecture Congress” in 2014 (Portugal) and of the 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions of the “Mesturas, International Architecture Encounters Galicia-Portugal” (Spain and Portugal). Columnist at the RUA Magazine.


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