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Camilo Rebelo

Rua da Arrábida Nº189, 4150-110 Porto

41º9'0'' N 8º38'40'' W

+351226161597

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Andrea Bombasaro, António Carvalho, Bárbara Maçães, Bruno Cruz, Bruno Guimarães, Carlota Amorim, Catarina Machado, Cláudio Reis, Cristina Chicau, Inês Reis, Marcelo Correia, Margarida Castro, Mariana Pimentel, Maria Sofia Santos, Miguel Marques, Miguel Ortiga, Patricio Guedes, Raquel Braz, Ricardo Tedim, Rui Roncha, Sofia Gonçalves

CAMILO REBELO

1972Born in Oporto, Portugal
1976/88Studies at Oporto German College
1990/96Studies Architecture at Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto
1996Awarded degree in Architecture at FAUP
1994/98Collaboration with Eduardo Souto Moura in Oporto-Portugal
1998/99Collaboration with Herzog & de Meuron in Basel-Switzerland
2000Own practice in Oporto
1999/13Assistant Professor at FAUP
2010/12Together with Eduardo Souto Moura – Souto Moura & Rebelo Studio at EPFLausanne and Accademia di Mendrisio
Visiting Professor at FLUP Oporto, EPFLausanne, ETSA-U.Navarra, Accademia di Mendrisio and Politecnico di Milano

AWARDS
2004First Prize – Competition for the Côa Museum
2007Honourable mention – Competition for the Warsaw Modern Art Museum
2008Selected Star Tracking – Global Portuguese Talent, Architecture
2009Europe 40 under 40
2010Honourable mention – Competition for the Oporto Tram Museum
2013Bauwelt Award – Côa Museum in Portugal
2013Baku UIA International Award – Côa Museum in Portugal
2014Douro Architecture Prize – Côa Museum in Portugal

Associated with Tiago Pimentel: Côa Museum, Oporto Tram Museum and 35 Houses
Associated with Susana Martins: CL house, Warsaw Modern Art Museum, Tree house, Ktima house and AKM
Associated with Diogo Rocha, Duarte Fontes, Jose Mendanha, Marcio Rodrigues: National Gallery Ludwig Museum Budapest
Associated with Rui Chafes: OVO in Switzerland