Buildner is pleased to announce the jury panel for its Portugal Olive Guest House competition!
Ondřej Chybík, CHYBIK + KRISTOF
Marta Frazão, Atelier Data
Francisco Garcia de Freitas, Atelier RUA - Arquitectos
Ricardo Gomes, KWY.studio
Vitório Leite, merooficina
Paulo Martins Barata, Promontorio
Tiago Mota Saraiva, ateliermob
Inês Vicente, Atelier Data
Maria Papafigou, OOAK - One of a Kind Architects
Ondřej Chybík is co-founder of the studio CHYBIK + KRISTOF, based in Prague, Brno and Bratislava. He studied Architecture and Urban Design at the Brno University of Technology in the Czech Republic, at TU Graz, Austria, and at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. His work was exhibited at the MoMA NYC as part of the Uneven Growth exhibition. He worked at the Viennese studio, PPAG. He taught at the Faculty of Architecture, Brno University of Technology, and the Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Technical University of Liberec, CZ and he was a guest critic at among others the Politecnico di Milano, Italy. He has been part of the international juries of architectural competitions or prizes of architecture. Together with the studio he has received several awards, including the 2019 AR Design Vanguard, and took part in the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial with the OUT-HABIT project.
Marta Frazão is a partner at Atelier Data, a Lisbon-based office. Its team believes that each project is the “engine” of its own investigation, allowing a critical, creative and innovative approach. Diagrammatic and elementary representations are both the outcome of a process and a means of diagnosis, research and communication of new solutions.
Francisco Garcia de Freitas is a founder of Lisbon-based Atelier RUA - Arquitectos. He graduated in Architecture from the Lusíada University of Lisbon in 2003. In 2012 he completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture of Contemporary Metropolitan Territories at the University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE). After completing his degree, he began his professional activity at the Herzog & De Meuron studio in Basel, Switzerland, where he remained until he returned to Portugal in late 2006 to create his own studio, Atelier RUA - Arquitectos, where he develops his professional activity to this day. He is also a Professor of architecture at the University of Évora, Portugal
Ricardo Gomes, partner of KWY.studio, was born in Portugal and studied architecture in Lisbon. Worked at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas and with the artist Olafur Eliasson in Berlin. He taught architecture at the UDK in Berlin and art at DIS Copenhagen. He lives and works in Lisbon and Copenhagen.
Vitório Leite is a co-founder of merooficina, a Porto-based office. Merooficina realizes projects as participatory and pragmatic processes, seeking to program ways of life and allow new appropriations. Its first project, a self-proposed commission for the shared work place ‘Oficina Comum’ was awarded an honorable mention in the João de Almada awards. The office has been involved in projects of diverse scales and programs, distinguished with first place awards for the ideas competition for an urban plan to regenerate the city of Vila Real and a competition to rehabilitate ilha das Antas, a small workers neighborhood in Porto. Merooficina’s work will be represented at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia.
Paulo Martins Barata is a partner of Promontorio in Lisbon. Born in Lisbon, Paulo holds a degree in architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of Technical University of Lisbon, a Master in Business Management (MBA) from the University of Edinburgh, and a PhD in architectural theory and criticism from ETH Zurich. He was a Fulbright visiting scholar at Columbia University in New York. He published extensively on architectural theory and criticism in leading magazines and was a member of the editorial board of Daidalos (Berlin). He was visiting faculty at the University Minnesota and visiting critic at the University Texas at Austin and Northeastern University. He served as president and member of various juries including the national awards of Portugal (Secil U) and Bulgaria. He curated the Prototypo Seminar in Architecture (Porto 2001) and the International Seminar of the 1st Lisbon Architecture Triennale (2007). Between 2005 and 2010, he served as a member of the board of the Portuguese Order of Architects. In Graz, in 2003, he was appointed a member of the European Cultural Parliament, in which he served until 2011. In recent years, Paulo has been interested in the tourism and leisure industry and has worked extensively both in hotel and resort design, as well as writing and lecturing on the subject.
Tiago Mota Saraiva is the managing partner of ateliermob, based in Lisbon. Tiago received a degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Lisbon. Since 2020 he has been a visiting professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon. He was Guest Lecturer at the Modern University of Lisbon in 2007 and at the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Lisbon between 2007 and 2008. He has been a member of the Order of Architects since 2001, having been part of its National Board of Directors from 2003-2007 when he held the position of National Treasurer. He was a member of the Portuguese delegation to the XXII World Congress of the International Union of Architects in Istanbul in 2005. Since 2018 he has been a member of the editorial board of Le Monde Diplomatique-Portuguese edition. He was an external consultant to the council for culture at the Lisbon City Council for the implementation of Agenda 21 for Culture (UCLG).
Inês Vicente is a partner at Atelier Data, a Lisbon-based office. Its team believes that each project is the “engine” of its own investigation, allowing a critical, creative and innovative approach. Diagrammatic and elementary representations are both the outcome of a process and a means of diagnosis, research and communication of new solutions.
Maria Papafigou is an architect and a founding partner of the Stockholm- and Athens-based office OOAK - One of a Kind Architects. The Greek-Swedish Ooak architects is founded on a new collaboration between paan architects (Maria Papafigou and Johan Annerhed). Maria studied architecture in Sweden, Barcelona, and Athens, and did her postgraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Arts in Sweden. Until recently she held the position of lecturer at the School of Architecture at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm (KTH). The boutique office is small in size and works with projects of varying scales in a broad variety of environments around the globe. OOAK architects approaches each project with sensitivity and thought, aiming to create one of a kind projects with distinct identities tailored to their specific conditions and needs. Specific attributes such as physical and cultural contexts, climate, people and programs are often the driving forces for the design process. The office always bears the distinct traditions of its two countries, mixing the Nordic respect for nature and the Greek vernacular attitude for tailor-made solutions.
The Portugal Olive Guest House competition is run in partnership with the Verde family, tasking participants with presenting designs for a guest house to be constructed on their property.
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