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Camilo Rebelo

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Camilo Rebelo
Born (1972-04-21) 21 April 1972 (age 52)
Porto, Portugal
🎓 Alma materPorto School of Architecture
💼 Occupation
Architect
🌐 Websitecamilorebelo.com
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Camilo Rebelo; born (21 April 1972) is a Portuguese architect,[1] co-founder and creative member of "Camilo Rebelo Studio".[2]

Biography[edit]

Camilo Rebelo was born in Porto in 1972. He studied at the Colégio Alemão do Porto [German College] and graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto in 1996. He worked with Eduardo Souto de Moura between 1994/98 and with Herzog & de Meuron between 1998/99. He started his activity as a freelancer in Porto in 2000 and since then he has created about 100 projects.[3][4][5]

Gallery[edit]

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Academic and other activities[edit]

  • 1999/2013 Guest Professor "FAUP University of Porto"
  • 2008/2011 Guest Professor École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
  • 2010/2011 Guest Professor École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne with Eduardo Souto Moura
  • 2011/2012 Guest Tutor Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio with Eduardo Souto Moura
  • 2011/2012 Guest Professor University of Navarra
  • 2014/2016 Guest Professor University of Porto
  • 2015/2020 Guest Professor Polytechnic University of MilanPiacenza
  • 2017/2020 Guest Tutor Ultzama Campus - Francisco Mangado & Souto Moura
  • 2020/2021 Guest Professor Workshop Leader – RAC University Shanghai
  • 1997/1998 Curator for Lecture Symposium in Oporto – "Diversity & Context"
  • 2008/2009 Curator for Lecture Symposium & workshop in Oporto – "Swissport09"
  • 2010/2011 Curator for Eduardo Souto Moura Symposium in Oporto – “MESA”

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Awards and honours[edit]

  • 2004 First prize, "International Competition for the Museum of Art and Archaeology of the Côa Valley", with Tiago Pimentel – Portugal
  • 2007 Honourable Mention, "International Competition for the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw", with Susana Martins – Poland
  • 2009 "Architecture Europe 40 under 40 Award"
  • 2010 Third prize, "International Competition for the Museum of the Electric Tram Porto", with Tiago Pimentel – Portugal
  • 2012 Nominated to "BSI Prize" – Switzerland
  • 2013 First prize, "Bauwelt Award", for the Museum of Art and Archaeology of the Côa Valley – Germany
  • 2013 "Baku UIA International Award", 1st Prize – Museum of Art and Archaeology of the Côa Valley – Azerbaijan
  • 2014 "Douro Award" – Museum of Art and Archeology of Côa Valley – Portugal
  • 2016 Nominated to "EU Mies Award" – Ktima House – "Greek Committee"
  • 2017 "BBC2" – Extraordinary Homes Underground – Ktima House – BBC
  • 2017 "Baku UIA International Award" 1st Prize – Ktima House – Azerbaijan
  • 2018 Nominated to "EU Mies Award" – Promise 1 – "Portuguese Committee"
  • 2018 Nominated to "SECIL Award" – Ktima House – "Portuguese Committee" – Portugal
  • 2020 Nominated to BSI Prize – Switzerland

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Lectures[edit]

Portugal, Spain – Pamplona, Madrid, France – Nancy, Paris, Italy – Venice, Milano, Piacenza, Bologna, Switzerland – Lausanne, Geneva, Mendrisio, Germany – Munich, United Kingdom – London, Sweden – Stockholm, United States – NYC, Ithaca, New York, India – Goa, China – Shanghai, Argentina – Buenos Aires [10]

Principal works[edit]

  • 2000 – 5 Doors – Alentejo, Portugal[11]
  • 2004 – Côa Museum – Foz Côa, Portugal[12][13][14]
  • 2007 – MAMV – Warsaw, Poland[15]
  • 2007 – Tree House – Antiparos, Greece[16]
  • 2007 – Bridge House – Antiparos, Greece[17]
  • 2007 – AKM – Kerameiko – Athens, Greece[18]
  • 2007 – Ribeira Douro River bank – Porto, Portugal[19]
  • 2008 – Ktima House – Antiparos, Greece[20][21]
  • 2008 – What if NYC – New York, EUA[22]
  • 2010 – Tram Museum – Porto, Portugal[23]
  • 2012 – 35 Houses – Geneva, Switzerland[24]
  • 2012 – Almo House – Algarve, Portugal[25]
  • 2012 – OVO – Fideris, Switzerland[26][27]
  • 2012 – Promise – Alentejo, Portugal[28][29][30][31][32]
  • 2013 – “Landark” La Galerie – Paris, France[33]
  • 2013 – Expresso Porto 2054 – Porto, Portugal[34]
  • 2015 – “Mira” – Porto, Portugal[35]
  • 2017 – Port Wine Museum – Porto, Portugal[36]
  • 2017 – Miraflor House – Porto, Portugal[37]
  • 2018 – Agro Hotel in Douro – Douro, Portugal,with A1111[38]
  • 2019 – Alfaiate Winery – Alentejo, Portugal, with A1111[39]
  • 2020 – Antonio Carneiro Atelier in Oporto – Portugal, with A1111[40]
  • 2020 – EMGFA – Portugal, with A1111[41]
  • 2020 – M&M House in Oporto – Portugal[42]


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