Hugo Nazareth Fernandes holds a degree in Architecture (1996), and a Master’s degree in Theory of Architecture (2003) by Lusíada University, Portugal. He holds a PhD in Urban Planning by ULHT – Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Portugal (2010).
He is an associate professor at the Integrated Master in Architecture course at ISMAT – Instituto Superior Manuel Teixeira Gomes, and an assistant professor at the Integrated Master in Architecture course in ULHT. He is a guest professor at EAC-École Supérieure d’Architecture de Casablanca, Morocco.
Fernandes develops his research activity in the fields of Architectural Design and Urban Planning.
He was awarded the second prize ICAR-CORA 2011. This prize, awarded by ICAR-International Council for Architectural Research, acknowledges the quality of PhD thesis in Architecture.
Fernandes has organized and attended several seminars and conferences. He has been publishing his scientific research since 2005, and he has his own architectural practice since 1999.
António Varela o Legado do Invisível, Editora Caleidoscópio, Colecção “Pensar Arquitectura”, Lisboa, 2013 [monograph, 280 pp.], ISBN: 978-989-658-225-8 [adaptation of the doctoral thesis of homonymous title. ICAR-CORA 2011 2nd Prize for Best Doctoral Thesis in Architecture, related to the four-year period 2007/2010 – International Council for Architectural Research – ICAR-CORA PRIZE 2011 for Best Doctoral Thesis].
Pensamento clássico e mediterranismo na modernidade da “arquitectura do sul”: ideologias e movimentos artísticos na génese da cultura europeia do Século XX, in Dispersos 3, ISMAT, 2016 [scientific article, 10 pp., a publicar].
Em Busca de Luz, Ar e Claridade – Dos largos telheiros industriais ao modernismo do século XX – Alguns contributos para uma História da Indústria de Conservas de Peixe em Portugal, in De Pé Sobre a Terra. Estudos sobre a Indústria, o Trabalho e o Movimento Operário em Portugal, Universidade Popular do Porto [scientific article, 23 pp.], Porto, 2013, ISBN: 978-989-981-70-1-2
António Varela o Legado do Invisível – Composição, traçado e simbólica de um arquitecto à sombra de gigantes, in Palcos de Arquitectura, Vol. II, Lisboa, AEAULP – Academia de Escolas de Arquitectura e Urbanismo de Língua Portuguesa, 2012 [scientific article, 12 pp.], ISBN: 978-972-9346-27-9.
Conforto, optimização energética e potencial arquitectónico (with Luis Morgado, Ph. D./ M. Arch), in Archi News, nº 5, de Maio/Junho 2005 [journal article, 8 pp.].
Catarina Patrício (Lisbon, 1980) is an Artist and a FCT Post-Doc fellow at CECL / ICNOVA, researching on «Smart City: Cinema, Utopicity and Governmentality for the Post-Industrial City» with a fellowship provided by FCT (Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology).
Lecturer of Anthropology of Space at the Architectural Department at Lusófona University of Humanities and Technology (ECATI-ULHT) since 2010, Catarina Patrício is graduated in Painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts University of Lisbon (FBA-UL: 1998-2003) and has studied photography and engraving as ERASMUS student at the Fachhochschule Bielefeld.
In 2008 Patrício completed her master studies in Anthropology of Social Movements at Faculty of Social and Human Sciences University Nova of Lisbon (FCSH-UNL).
Patrício holds a PhD in Communication Sciences from FCSH-UNL and her research on Technics, Warfare and Cinema was granted with a fellowship provided by FCT (2009-2014).
Patrício, C. 2015. «O Legislador Paralisado: Crise do nomos da Terra». In Movimento (Revista de Comunicação e Linguagens, 45) Lisboa: Unyleya (no prelo)
Patrício, C. 2015. «A Primeira Grande Guerra e a Inevitabilidade do Recrutamento Planetário». (Revista de Ciências Militares, Vol. III – nº 1, pp. 65-80) Lisboa: IESM. ISSN 2183-0835 (Peer Reviewed)
Patrício, C. 2014. «Da Contingência». Desvio (Caderno Mateus DOC VII, pp. 172-181). Instituto Internacional Casa Mateus. ISBN 978-989-97281-1-0
Patrício, C. 2012. «Feedback de Cablegate para o Jardim de Éden: A individuação do vírus de mutação tecnológica». Analítica dos novos média (Revista de Comunicação e Linguagens, 43-44, pp. 77-85) Lisboa: Relógio dʼÁgua. ISSN-0870-7081 (Peer Reviewed)
Rogério Gomes holds a Degree in Law by the Faculty of Human Sciences at Universidade Católica Portuguesa (UCP); a Master’s degree in Environment and Land Management by the Faculty of Sciences and Technology at Universidade NOVA de Lisboa; and a PhD by Universidade NOVA de Lisboa.
He founded Urbe – Núcleos Urbanos de Pesquisa e Intervenção in 1986, a NGO for urban rehabilitation and environment. Urbe later accomplished the presentation of Portugal’s candidacy to Expo ‘98.
More recently, Rogério Gomes has founded and is the president of Instituto do Território, a NGO with a scientific intent focusing on territory issues.
In addition to his scientific activity, Rogério Gomes is an assistant professor at the Master’s Degree in Urban Planning and Doctorate in Urban Planning at Universidade Lusófona.
Uma Introdução à Reabilitação Urbana, de Rogério Gomes
Depósito legal nº 286295/08
A Região Urbana, de Rogério Gomes
Depósito legal nº 261232/07
Um Modelo de Organização Regional para Portugal, de Rogério Gomes
Depósito legal nº 341346712
URBANIDADE E PATRIMÓNIO, de Rogério Gomes, João Couceiro, José Manuel Fernandes, Ana Vaz Milheiro e outros
Edição IGAPHE – Instituto de Gestão e Alienação do Património Habitacional do Estado
Depósito legal nº 126644/98
Ternos Passeios/Tender Promenades, de Rogério Gomes, Ana Seixas, João Couceiro e Rita Megre
Depósito legal nº 114797/97
Luís Santiago Baptista is an architect and has developed a multifaceted activity encompassing professional practice, academic teaching, architecture criticism, exhibition curatorship and publishing. He has a master degree in Contemporary Architectural Culture (FA-UTL) and is PhD candidate in Architecture and Urban Culture (DARQ-UC). He was teaching assistant in FA-UTL and is now invited assistant professor in ECATI-ULHT / LabART. He is editor-in-chief arqa magazine.
Luís Santiago Baptista, Modern Masterpieces Revisited. Lisboa: Note, 2016.
Luís Santiago Baptista (coord.), Arquitetura em Concurso: Percurso Crítico pela Modernidade Portuguesa. Porto: Dafne, 2016.
Luís Santiago Baptista (coord.), ARX Portugal 1991-2014. Lisboa: Verbo / Babel, 2015.
Luís Santiago Baptista. «S,M,L,XL: An Atlas of Metropolitan Architecture», in Koolhaas Tangram (ed. Pedro Baia). Porto: Circo de Ideias, 2014.
Luís Santiago Baptista. «Desconstruindo a Desconstrução Arquitectónica», in Revista de História da Arte – Práticas da Teoria (ed. Joana Cunha Leal, Mariana Pinto dos Santos, Begoña Farré Torras), nº 10. Lisboa: Instituto de História da Arte / FCSH-UNL, 2012.
Isabel Barbas (1974) develops a multifaceted work in drawing and painting, art installation, design and architecture. She has a graduate degree in Architecture by FA-UTL – Faculty of Architecture, Technical University of Lisbon, and she has a Master’s degree in Drawing by FBA-UL – Faculty of Fine-Arts of the University of Lisbon. She is a PhD student in Architecture at ULHT – Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias.
She founded Brut Deluxe studio in Madrid, Spain, in 2004, where she developed many works in urban installation, architecture, and product design, as well as many visual arts projects.
In 2008 she founded the MAGstudio in Lisbon, where she works and investigates within the constant influx of the varied artistic strategies
Her work has been acclaimed and awarded at several contests, and has been presented in several conferences and exhibitions as well in several Portuguese and international publications.
She was an editor for Portuguese Jornal dos Arquitectos – JA, between 2012 and 2014.
She has been lecturing at DAU – Department of Architecture and Urban Planning at ULHT since 2010.
Her works for public spaces feature, among others:
– Complete refurbishment of Plaza de La Luna(Plaza Torres Acosta), Madrid, 2007- 08.