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Journée de l'Architecture et de l'Urbanisme Neuchâtel ON FRI 10 MAY 2019 At the Patinoires du Littoral
In Neuchâtel
Opening of registrations on 20.11.2018

Eduardo Souto de Moura

Born in Oporto, Portugal, on the 25 th of July, 1952.
Graduated from the School of Architecture of Oporto (ESBAP) in 1980.
Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Architecture of Oporto (FAUP) from 1981 to 1991.
Worked with the architect Noé Dinis in 1974.
Worked with the architect Álvaro Siza from 1975 to 1979.
Worked with the architect Fernandes de Sá.

Own office since 1980.
Visitor Professor in Paris-Belleville, Harvard, Dublin, Zurich and Lausanne.
Attended seminars in Portugal, Spain, Great-Britain, France, Italy, Switzerland, Yuguslavia, United States, Netherlands, Ireland, Canada and Norway.
Work exhibited in Portugal (Oporto, Lisbon, Braga), France (Paris biennale, Clermond-Ferrand, Bordeaux), Great Britain (London, Cambridge), Italy (Milan triennale, Rom), Yuguslavia (Pirano), United States (New-York, Harvard), Switzerland (Zurich).

 

Awards:

  • 1980 - António de Almeida Foundation
  • 1981 - 1 st prize on the competition for the Cultural Center of the S.E.C.in Oporto
  • 1982 - 1 st prize on the competition for the restructuring of the main square in Évora
  • 1984 - Antero de Quental Foundation
  • 1986 - 1 st prize on the competition for the C.I.A.C. pavilions
  • 1987 - 1 st prize on the competition for a Hotel in Salzburg
  • 1990 - 1 st prize (ex-aequo) on the IN/ARCH 1990 per la Sicilia
  • 1992 - SECIL award for architecture
  • 1992 - 1 st prize on the competition for the “Construction of an Auditorium and a Children’s Library in the City Hall Library of Oporto
  • 1993 - 2 sd prize on the competition for "The Stone in Architecture".
  • 1993 - Secil award for architecture - Honorable Mention for the House in Alcanena
    National Awards for Architecture - Honorable Mention for the Cultural Center and the House in Alcanena.
  • 1995 - International Prize for Stone in Architecture 1995 - Fiera di Verona, for the House in "Bom Jesus",Braga.
  • 1996 - Annual award of the Portuguese Department of the International Association of Art Critics, for the building in Rua do Teatro.
    Nominee for the prize of "Premio Europeo de Arquitectura Pabellón Mies van der Rohe", with the following projects:
    - 1990 - Cultural Center, Oporto
    - 1992 - House in Alcanena
    - 1994 - Department of Geosciences, Aveiro University
    - 1996 - Building in Rua do Teatro, Oporto
    - 1998 - Pousada of Santa Maria do Bouro.
    - 2000 – Courtyard Houses in Matosinhos
    - 2002 – Cinema House “Manoel de Oliveira”, Oporto
    - 2010 – Paula Rego’s House of Stories, Cascais.
  • 1998 - Nominee for the award IBERFAD with the "Pousada Santa Maria do Bouro"
    1st prize on the I Bienal IberoAmericana with the "Pousada Santa Maria do Bouro"
    - Award Pessoa
  • 1999 - Award "Stone in Architecture" - Honorable Mention for the "Pousada Santa Maria do Bouro"
    - Award FAD - Opinion Award for the "Silo Cultural" in Norteshopping, Matosinhos.
  • 2001 - Award Heinrich-Tessenow-Medal in Gold.
  • 2002 - Nominee for the “III Bienal Iberoamericana de Arquitectura y Ingenieria Civil”, with the Courtyard Houses in Matosinhos.
  • 2003 - Award “Stone in Architecture” – Honorable Mention of the Project in Matosinhos South.
  • 2004 - Finalist of the FAD Award 2004, with the project “2 Houses in Ponte de Lima”.
    - Opinion Award of the FAD Jury 2004.
    - SECIL award for architecture
  • 2005 - Finalist of the Prize “Prémio Europeu de Arquitectura Pabellón Mies van der Rohe 2004” with the Project of the “Braga Stadium”.
    - Award FAD, Barcelona, with the project of Braga Stadium.
    - Opinion Award FAD, Barcelona, with the project of Braga Stadium
    - Gold Medal for Braga Stadium – IAKS – International Association for Sports and Leisure Facilities, Cologne, Germany
    - Finalist of the “I Prémio de Arquitectura Ascensores Enor”, with the project “Cinema House Manoel de Oliveira”.
    - 1º. Prize in the competition for a Crematorium in Kortrijk, Belgium.
  • 2006 - Rewarded for “Braga Municipal Stadium” – Architecture International Prize Chicago Athenaeum Museum, USA.
    - Honorable Mention for “Braga Municipal Stadium” – “Best Window” VETECO, Madrid Fair, Spain.
    - FAD Award “Ciutat i Paisatge” with the Project “Metro do Porto”.
    - ENOR Ward of Portugal with the Project “Metro do Porto”.
    - “Gran Prémio Enor” with the Project “Metro do Porto”.
    - “Finalist” for the Jury of Enor Award with the Project “Metro do Porto”
    - Honorable Mention for “Braga Municipal Stadium” - V Edition Bienal Iberoamericana of Architecture and Urbanism, Montevideu.
  • 2007 - Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA)
  • 2008 - Rewarded for “Burgo Office Tower” – Architecture International Prize Chicago Athenaeum Museum, USA.
  • 2008 - International Fellow of Royal Institute of British Architects - RIBA
    - Finalist of FAD Award 2008 with “Burgo Tower”.
  • 2009 - Green Good Design 2009, with the “Luce 3” Lamp – The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and the Chicago Athenaeum.
    - Award “Cidades de Excelência 2008-2009”, with the project “Plano de Pormenor do Largo do Souto, em S. João da Madeira”.
    - Doctor Honoris Causa, Universidade de Chiclayo, República do Perú
    - Rewarded for “Contemporary Art Museum of Bragança” – Architecture International Prize Chicago Athenaeum Museum, USA.
    - 1º prize in the Competition for the project “Railway High Speed – Axis Lisbon/Madrid – PPP1 – Poceirão/Caia, co-authored with Arch. Adriano Pimenta.
    - 1º prize in the competition for the New Hospital of Évora.
    -1st Prize in the "Project LIWA" an Oasis of Learning for Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • 2010 - Nominated as a Member of the Academy of Arts – Architecture Section – of Berlin.
    - Architecture Medal by the “L’Academie d’Architecture de France”; Paris.
    - Award for the project “Paula Rego Museum” by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies
  • 2011 - Award “Novo Projecto Público”, by the Tourism of Portugal, for the Project “House of Stories Paula Rego”.
    - Pritzker Prize
    - Nominated as a member of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences
    - Shortlisted with “Paula Rego Museum” by The International Prize for Sustainable Architecture in its Eight Competition, Ferrara, Italy.
    - Doctor Honoris Causa, Lusíada University, Porto.
    - Secil Award 2010 with “Paula Rego Museum”, Lisbon.
    - Honorable Mention for “Espaço Robinson in Portalegre” in the Philippe Rothier European Award for Architecture.
    - Career Award, Enor 2011, Spain.
    - Doctor Honoris Causa, Aveiro University, Aveiro.
    - Personality of the Year 2011 by the International Press (AIEP).
  • 2012 - Awarded by the President with the grade of Grand Officer of the Military Order of the Sword Sant’lago, Porto.
    - “Board of Honor” by the Junta de Gobierno do Colégio de Arquitectos de Cádiz, Spain.
    - Honoris causa in Bucareste
    - Rehabilitation Award in the “Oscars of Furniture”, Lisbon, with the Convent Of Bernardas, Tavira.
    - Finalist in the awards FAD of Architecture with the Catering School in Portalegre, in co-authory with arch. Graça Correia.
  • 2013 - Wolf Prize in Arts, Israel.
    - Prémio IHRU – Instituto da Habitação e da Reabilitação Urbana, I.P., com a Escola de Música de Braga.
    - Honorary Fellow of the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada.
    - 10th Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design”, U.S.A, with “Metro do Porto”, Harvard.
    - Award “Rehabilitation” from Pymecon Foundation, Spain, with the “parking rehabilitation of Portalegre”.
    - Award “Work Weber Therm 2013”, in the category of collective housing, public or services buildings, Portugal, with the Multipurpose Pavilion in Viana do Castelo.
  • 2014 - VII Prémio de Arquitectura e Interiorismo“Porcelanosa”, Madrid, Espanha.
  • 2015 - Honorary Fellow of the Portuguese Architects Ordre, Casa das Artes, Porto.
  • 2016 Architecture Award Iberoamericano, X BIAU, S. Paulo, Brazil.
  • 2016 Jury special prize “Prémio Nuno Teotónio Pereira” (IHRU) for the Requalification of the Abade Pedrosa Museum and for the construction of the Headquarter of the International Museum of Contemporary, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2017 - Lamp “Tua” – Good Design Award 2016, The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, U.S.A.
    - Piranesi Award, Roma, Itália.
    - Winner, in the category “Intervention in the built heritage” of the 3rd edition of the European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA, Barcelona, Spain, with Bernardas Reconversion Convent.
    - BigMat’17 Award Finalist, with the project in co-author with Arch. Siza Vieira, Abade Pedrosa Museum, in Santo Tirso, Florence, Italy;
    - 1º Prize BigMat’17, cathegory “National Prize Winner”, , with the project in co-author with Arch. Siza Vieira, Abade Pedrosa Museum, in Santo Tirso, Florence, Italy;
    - Award “Best Resort Hotel”, with S. Lourenço do Barrocal Project, AHEAD Europe Awards, London.
    - 1º Prize in the Competition – New Exhibition Room and Congress Center in Bruges, Belgium.
  • 2018 - Award “Leone d’oro” in La Biennale di Venezia.

 

PRINCIPAL PROJECTS

  • 1980/84 - Municipal Market in Braga , Braga.
  • 1981/91 - "Casa das Artes", Cultural Center, S.E.C., Porto.
  • 1982/85 - House 1 in Nevogilde, Porto.
  • 1983/88 - House 2 in Nevogilde, Porto.
  • 1984/89 - House in Quinta do Lago, Almansil, Algarve.
  • 1985 - Bridge "Dell' Accademia", Bienal de Veneza, Veneza.
  • 1986/88 - Vilarinha Annexes, Porto.
  • 1987/92 - House in Alcanena, Torres Novas.
  • 1987/89 - Salzburg Hotel, (1987 Competition; 1989 Project).
  • 1987 - Master Plan for "Porta dei Colli", Palermo (Triennale of Milan).
  • 1987/91 - House 1 in Miramar, Vila Nova de Gaia.
  • 1987/94 - House in Av. Boavista, Porto.
  • 1988 - Master Plan and civic buildings for "Mondello", Palermo.
  • 1989/97 - Convertion of the Sta. Maria do Bouro Monastery into a State Inn, Amares.
  • 1989/94 - House in "Bom Jesus", Braga.
  • 1990/94 - Departament of Geosciences, Aveiro University, Aveiro.
  • 1990/93 - House in Maia, Maia.
  • 1990/93 - House in Baião, Baião.
  • 1991/95 - House in Tavira, Tavira, Algarve.
  • 1991/07 - Burgo Project in Boavista Avenue,Porto.
  • 1991/98 - House in Moledo, Caminha.
  • 1992/95 - Building in Rua do Teatro, Porto.
  • 1992/00 - Children’s Library and Auditorium, Porto.
  • 1993/04 - Remodelation and Valorization for the Grão Vasco Museum, Viseu.
  • 1993/99 - Courtyard Houses in Matosinhos, Matosinhos.
  • 1993/07 - Convertion of Customs Building into the Transports Museum, Porto
  • 1994/02 - House in Serra da Arrábida.
  • 1994/02 - House in Cascais, Cascais.
  • 1994/01 - Residential Building in Liége Square, Porto.
  • 1995/04 - Master Plan for Maia City, Maia.
  • 1995/02 - Convertion for the South of Matosinhos, Matosinhos – 1ª. Phase
  • 1995/98 - Design of the Portuguese Pavilion in Expo’98, Lisboa.
  • 1996/97 - Decoration Project for Santa Maria do Bouro State Inn, Amares.
  • 1997/99 - Interior Design for the “Armazéns do Chiado”, Lisboa.
  • 1997/01 - Portuguese Photographic Center – “Edifício da Cadeia da Relação do Porto”, Porto.
  • 1997/05 - Architectural Project for Porto Metro, Porto.
  • 1997/01 - Residential Building in Maia City, Maia.
  • 1997/01 - Remodelation of the Market in Braga, Braga.
  • 1998/99 - Cultural "Silo" in NorteShopping, Matosinhos.
  • 1998/03 - Cinema House for Manoel de Oliveira.
  • 1999/00 - Co-author for the Portuguese Pavilion in Expo Hannover with arch. Siza Vieira.
  • 2000/13 - Multi Purpose Pavilion in Viana do Castelo
  • 2000/03 - Architectural Project for the Braga Stadium, Euro 2004, Braga.
  • 2002/06 - 28 Houses in na Av. da Boavista, Porto
  • 2002 - Rehabilitation of the Historical Centre of Valença do Minho
  • 2003/08 - Modern Contemporary Art Museum in Bragança.
  • 2003/11 - House in Girona, Llábia, Barcelona, Spain.
  • 2003 - Co-Author with Álvaro Siza Vieira for the Metro Station “Municipio - Linea 1”, Nápoles, Itália
  • 2004 - Familiar houses and apartments in “Quinta da Casa Amarela”, Antas, no Porto.
  • 2004/05 - Co-Author for the Serpentine Pavilion 2005 in London with arch. Álvaro Siza
  • 2004 - Golf Resort in Óbidos
  • 2005/11 - Co-Author with Atelier Terradas i Muntañola –Residential Center and Services La Pallaresa, Barcelona, Espanha.
  • 2005/09 - Paula Rêgo Museum, Cascais.
  • 2005/11 - Office building for Novartis, Basileia, Switzerland.
  • 2005 - “Bernia Golf Resort”, Alicante, Spain.
  • 2005/11 - Kortrijk Crematorium, Bélgica
  • 2006/10 - “House of Professor “, Cascais.
  • 2006 - 2 Familiar houses in Ibiza, Spain.
  • 2007/12 - Conversion of “Convento das Bernardas” into familiar houses, Tavira.
  • 2007 - Office building for “Edemi Gardens”, Porto
  • 2007 - Residential Building in Vale de Santo Amaro, Alcântara, Lisboa
  • 2007 - Wine-Cellar in Mealhada
  • 2007 - Master Plan and New City Hall building in Trofa.
  • 2007 - Tower in Benidorm – Apartments and Hotel, Spain.
  • 2007/11 - “Espaço Miguel Torga”, Sabrosa.
  • 2007 - Conversion of “Pensão Monumental” into apartments, Porto.
  • 2008 - Co-Author with Ângelo de Sousa of the Portuguese Official Representation in “La Biennale di Venezia 2008”, Venice.
  • 2008 - Hotel in Óbidos.
  • 2008 - Co-Author with Arch. Flávio Barbini of the architectural project for the Recuperation of Pagnoni Complex” in Monza, Italy.
  • 2009 - Recovery and expansion of the Mount of Barrocal, Reguengos Monsaraz, Portugal.
  • 2009/14 - Execution Project for the “Pousada dos Hermínios”, Covilhã, Portugal.
  • 2010 - Winery in Valpaços, Portugal.
  • 2010 - New Hospital for Évora, Portugal.
  • 2010/15 - Abade Pedrosa Municipal Museum and International Museum of Contemporary Sculpture (with Arch. Siza Vieira), in Santo Tirso, Portugal
  • 2011 Buildings housing “La Berge du Lac”, Bordeaux, France.
  • 2011 Hydroelectric Power Station Foz Tua, Portugal.
  • 2011 Building in Milan, Italy
  • 2012/13 Colective housing in Cantareira, Porto, Portugal.
  • 2012 Municipal Swimming-pools for S. João da Madeira, Portugal.
  • 2012 Tower “Acácias de Maculusso”, Luanda, Angola.
  • 2013 Office and commercial buldings for Ilot Allar, Marseille, France (co-author Jacques Sbriglio)
  • 2014 Office building for “Eternit”, Belgium.
  • 2014 Installation in the Royal Academy of Arts, London, United Kingdom.
  • 2014 House in Zagreb, Croatia.
  • 2014 Project for allotment and houses in Beirut.
  • 2014 Remodelation of a building in Washington.
  • 2015 - Office building in Albert Camus Square, Nantes, (co-author with Arch. Anthony Rio).
  • 2015 - Two office buildings in Nancy (Zac-Grand Coeur), (co-author with Arch. Laurent Beaudouin).
  • 2015/15 - Installation “Jangada de Pedra” with Álvaro Siza Vieira, in Kennedy Center, Washington.
  • 2015 - House in Quinta Stª Margarida, in Oeiras, Portugal.
  • 2015 - Hotel in Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo, Lisbon.
  • 2015 - Wine Cellar “Colinas do Douro”, in Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo, Portugal.
  • 2015 - Remodelation and ampliation of the House in “Quinta do Lago 1”, Algarve.
  • 2015 - Pavillion “Janis Kounelis” in Open Air Museum, Milan.
  • 2015 - Theater “La Comédie – Scène Nationale”, Clermont-Ferrand, France (under construction) (with Bruhat & Bouchaudy)
    - Crematorium “Evere” in Brussels, Belgium (With arch. Jean-Christophe Mathen and arch. André Campos)
  • 2017 - House in Évora, Portugal
    - House in Esposende, Portugal
    - Building in Alcântara
    - Architectural Concept of the exhibition “Jorge Pinheiro” at Serralves Museum, Porto, Portugal
  • 2018 - Extension Oporto Metro Stations


P.S.: The date concerns the beginning and the end of the projects.

  • On friday 10 May 2019
  • at the Patinoires du Littoral
  • in 2000 Neuchâtel
  • .