Fifth Edition 2015-2016
Born in Lisbon (1966), Inês Lobo graduated in Architecture from the Escola Superior da Belas Artes de Lisboa in 1989. She has been teacher of architectural design since 1989. Currently she is visiting professor in the course of architecture of the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa and Universidade Técnica de Lisboa. She is regularly invited to lecture at seminars and conferences in Portugal and abroad. In recent years she has emerged as a curator and commissary of architecture exhibitions, being responsible for the Portuguese representation at the 2012 Venice Biennale and the delegate to the VIII BIAU – Iberian–American Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism. She is also a regular presence in the juries of international and national architecture prizes, like the FAD prize, in 2012, or the Secil prize, in 2006.
In 1999 she was awarded the title of Official of the Order of Merit by the Portuguese President; in 2013, she was awarded the “Women Creators of Culture” prize by the Portuguese government; and in 2014 she won the ArcVision Prize – Women and Architecture. Inês Lobo established her office in 2002 and has developed works of multiple types and dimensions, range from furniture to major urban projects.
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