Filipa de Castro Guerreiro
. Viana do Castelo, 1976. Architect, Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto (FAUP), Holder of a doctorate degree in Architecture with the thesis “Portuguese Agricultural Colonies built by the Internal Colonization Board between 1936 and 1960. The house, the settlement and the territory” under the supervision of Sergio Fernandez, Marta Oliveira and Maria Manuel Oliveira. In 2009, she presented Pedagogical Aptitude and Scientific Capacity Tests at FAUP under the title "Territory, Palimpsest, Premise". Post graduated in 2005 in Methodologies for Intervention in Architectural Heritage and graduated in Architecture from FAUP in 2000, having attended the IUAV University of Venice under the Erasmus program between 1998 and 1999.
Researcher in the Centre for Studies in Architecture and Urbanism in FAUP – ‘Architecture Theory Project History’.
The main research interests are architectural and project teaching, colonization and territorial design, urban settlements and public housing policies. He was part of the Research Project team 'Housing: 100 years of Public Policies in Portugal, 1918 | 2018 of the Institute of Housing and Urban Rehabilitation. He is a member of the editorial project 'Participated city: architecture and democracy. SAAL operations'.
She is currently a Member of the Executive Council of FAUP.
She was a member of the Executive Council of the Northern Regional Section of the Architects Association between 2005 and 2010, where he co-commissioned several conferences and exhibitions ('in transit', 'Under Construction', 'Álvaro Siza, your project my project' and 'International Symposium of Architecture Art Museums' at the Serralves Foundation, 'I love Távora', 'Road to Wonderland: Young Architects in Portugal', among others).
Collaborated with architect Álvaro Siza between 1999 and 2000. 2001 Founded the Laboratório da Arquitectura in 2001, with Tiago Correia and Bruno Figueiredo following the 1st prizes in the competitions for the Primary School of Paredes de Coura and the CMIA of PolisMatosinhos. Founded the Atelier da Bouça In 2008 with Tiago Correia, an architect with whom she has developed several partnership projects since 2000, of which the enlargement of the EPRAMI Paredes de Coura is highlighted (Prize Young Architect, Arquitectura em Tijolo de Face à Vista CVG 04/05), the CEIA da Paisagem Protegida do Corno do Bico (finalist of the FAD Prizes 2008 and nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award 2009) and two houses in Bouça das Cardosas (nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award 2015).
Áreas de Interesse
- Technological sciences > Architecture