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MISSION

Founded in 2008, DESENHOIBÉRICOTM, emerged as the result of the need to support the development, production and marketing of products and design solutions from Portuguese and Spanish architects and designers, in the dissemination of proven design quality and rigor of the technical implementation. Right now, we have established a wide range of partnerships with several companies in the industry - lighting, metalwork, glass and ceramics, textiles, fibers and plastics - for the production of components and elements that allow the product development design and construction solutions, combining the traditional construction techniques with the most advanced technology. The primary objective is to support architects in the creation and development of construction solutions, with exclusive design and respective commercial support, giving place to the dissemination of products and respective authors. Currently, the company represents some of the designs of Eduardo Souto Moura and Alvaro Siza Vieira, Joao Alvaro Rocha, Bernardo Tavora, João Pedro Serôdio, Camilo Rebelo, João Mendes Ribeiro, Virginio Moutinho, Nuno Brandão Costa, Francisco Mangado, Carlos Ferrater Ramón Sanabria, and more. This year we began the process of internationalization with a brand renewal and expansion of the collection, opening up to new markets including Europe, Morocco, USA and Brazil, through exhibitions of products, disclosure of the authors and partnership businesses.

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DI LAB

DESENHOIBÉRICOTM appears on the market based on two aspects: Research and Development of design and construction: Supported by referenced Architects from Iberian contemporary architecture, like Eduardo Souto Moura and Alvaro Siza Vieira, Joao Alvaro Rocha, Bernardo Tavora, John Peter Serôdio, Camilo Rebelo, João Mendes Ribeiro, Virginio Moutinho, Mangado Francisco, Carlos Ferrater, Ramon Sanabria , etc.. , we intend to develop an artistic movement of discussion, innovation and creation of new designs. DESENHOIBÉRICOTM wants to work the full scale, the cup, the handle, the chair or the bench and all elements that act in the scenario that the architect has created. Promotion of ancient building techniques: The other side of DESENHOIBÉRICOTM relates to the encouragement, promotion and exploitation of ancient building techniques that, by virtue of technology and industrialization, tend to fall into disuse. Due to that fact, the concern of DESENHOIBÉRICOTM also relies on the development and reissue of avant-garde objects of referenced authors that bind us to our recent past, as a legacy of many fields of culture and aesthetic material.

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EDUARDO SOUTO DE MOURA

1952, Oporto - Portugal Eduardo Souto de Moura was born on the 25th of July, 1952, in Oporto, Portugal. He studied architecture at the School of Fine Arts in Oporto, receiving his degree in 1980. In 1974 he collaborated in the architectural practice of NoĂŠ Dinis. From 1975 to 1979 he collaborated in the architectural practice of Ă lvaro Siza. From 1981 to 1991, he was assistant professor in his alma mater, and later began to serve as professor in the Faculty of Architecture in the University of Oporto. Own office since 1980. He has been visiting professor at the architectural schools of Paris-Belleville, Harvard, Dublin, ETH Zurich and Lausanne. He has participated in numerous seminars and given many lectures both in Portugal and abroad. His work has appeared in various publications and exhibitions. In 2011 he received the Pritzker Prize.

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ÁLVARO SIZA VIEIRA

1933, Oporto - Portugal Álvaro Joaquim Melo Siza Vieira was born in Matosinhos (near Oporto), in 1933. From 1949-55 he studied at the School of Architecture, University of Porto. His first built project was finished in 1954. From 1955-58 he was collaborator of Arch. Fernando Távora. He taught at the School of Architecture (ESBAP) from 1966-69 and was appointed Professor of “Construction” in 1976. He was a Visiting Professor at the Ècole Polythéchnique of Lausanne, the University of Pennsylvania, Los Andes University of Bogotá and the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University; he taught at the School of Architecture of Porto (jubilate in 2003). Siza Vieira has a variety of titles all over the world, as: - member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; - “Honorary Fellow” from RIBA/Royal Institute of British Architects; - member of BDA/ Bund Deutcher Architekten - Honorary Professor at Southeast University China and China Academy of Art. Member from Académie d’Architecture de France, from Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, from IAA/International Academy of Architecture and National Geographic, Portugal. Álvaro Siza Viera has won a lot of prizes during his career, such as the “European Award of Architecture” by the Economic European Comunity/Mies van der Rohe Foundation or the Medal of Merit Cultural from Ministry of Culture in Portugal. In 1992 he was awarded the Pritzker Prize by the Hyatt Foundation of Chicago for his entire work.

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FERNANDO TÁVORA 1923-2005, Oporto - Portugal Architect Diploma from Escola Superior de Belas Artes do Porto, Oporto. Cathedratic Professor at Oporto University and Doutor Honoris Causa at Coimbra University. Participated in CIAM congresses and “Inquérito à Arquitectura Popular em Portugal”. Távora is the author of many Architecture books: “O Problema da Casa Portuguesa” (Lisbon, 1947), “Da Organização do Espaço (Oporto, 1962 and 1982) and “Fernando Távora” (Lisbon, 1993). His professional activity figurated in various publications and national/ international expostitions. Fernando Távora won the First prize for Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, the “Premio Europa Nostra”,”Prémio Turismo e Patromónio 85”, “Grande Prémio Nacional da Architectura” (1987) and de AICA prize in 1995.

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FRANCISCO MANGADO

1957, Navarra - Spain Born in Navarre in 1957, Francisco Mangado graduated from the University of Navarre in 1982. He has been Guest Professor at Harvard and Eero Saarinen Visiting Professor at Yale, and is currently Visiting Professor at EPFLLausanne. Since 1982 he has been teaching at Pamplona’s School of Architecture. In June 2008 he set up the Fundación Arquitectura y Sociedad. The awards he has received include the UIA’s Giancarlo Ius Gold Medal at the 4th Barbara Cappochin Biennial, the García Mercadal Prize, and the National Architecture Prize of Spain’s National Council of Architects’ Associations, all these in 2009 and for the Spanish Pavilion at Expo Zaragoza 2008. That year, his Archaeology Museum in Vitoria capped the Copper in Architecture Award in London, and in March 2010 it won First Prize in the BasqueNavarrese Architects awards. In December 2011 the Royal Institute of British Architects made him a RIBA International Fellow. Notable among Mangado’s works are the Baluarte Auditorium in Pamplona, the Place Pey Berland in Bordeaux, the Congress Center of Ávila, the Archaeology Museum of Vitoria, the Football Stadium of Palencia, the New Technologies Training Center of Galicia, an Office Building for Gamesa Eólica in Sarriguren, the Spanish Pavilion at Expo 2008 in Zaragoza, the Equestrian Center in Ultzama, Navarre and the Auditorium of Teulada. Works under construction include the Congress Center of Palma de Mallorca and the Fine Arts Museum of Asturias in Oviedo.

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NIKO KRALJ 1920, Zavr pri Trojanah - Eslovenia Niko Kralj attended grammar school in Ljubljana, while at the same time working as an apprentice in a carpenter’s workshop. After the war he enrolled in the Ljubljana Technical Faculty to study architecture. Under the mentorship of professor Edo Mihevc he defended his graduation thesis in 1952, winning the the Preseren Prize for promising students. At the age of thirty-one he took a job in Slovenia’s largest bentwood furniture factory, Stol Kamnik. Until 1960 he worked in Stol as the head of the research and design department, and was

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then invited to take a teaching position at the Department of Architecture at the Ljubljana Faculty of Architecture, Construction and Geodesy. He never forgot to mention that he learned from the best; his teachers included Joze Plecnik, Edvard Ravnikar and Edo Mihevc. In 1962 he received Slovenia’s most prestigious award in the field of culture – the Preseren Award for excellence in the field of design and architecture. In 1966 he founded the Institute of Design. Over the course of his work he filed and registered 118 patents and models and written 39 research papers, both in Slovenia and abroad.


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BERNARDO TÁVORA 1920, Oporto - Portugal José Bernardo Távora was born in Oporto, 1958. He got his Architect diploma from Escola Superior de Belas Arets do Porto in 1981. He was an assistant in the Project area at FAUP, Oporto, from 1986 till 1977. Colaborated with Fernando Távora since 1976, while also working on his own. In 1977, F. Távora & J.B. Távora – Arquitectos, Lda was founded. Since 1977 he has been working in his own office, on his own scheme. J.B.Távora has participated in many Congresses, Seminars and Conferences and his work has figurated in various publications and expositions.

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VIRGÍNIO MOUTINHO 1952, Avanca - Portugal

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Virginio Moutinho is an architect from School of Fine Arts of Porto - ESBAP since 1676, when he founded his studio.

Movement,” and author of several exhibitions of sculpture and photography, with several publications and communications.

He taught the Architecture I Degree in Architecture Course at ESAP in 1984/85. He was a consultant to the municipalities of Estarreja Urbanism (1977/78) and Castelo de Paiva (1984/87), responsible for the field of Furniture Design Adico of Manufactures (1984/90) and consultant to the area of Architecture and Design Institute Engineering of Porto - ISEP (1998/2009). Virginio is currently contributing to the factory Paularte Furniture Design, founding the “Projecto Martins”, a collection of several pieces, which combine the design of furniture, sculpture and toy. He is also teaching in the area of ​​Visual and Technological Education, under the guidance of regular workshops on the theme “Toys and

Won the first prize at the Competition of Ideas for the Court of Estarreja - CME / MJ (1982), the 1st Prize in Design Competition for Games and Toys - DGQ / IAPMEI (1983), and the Grand Jury Prize of the Triennial Sintra (1998). The architect is also a winner of the proposal for the Rehabilitation of Lower Porto for the “Porto European Capital of Culture 2001” - AREA B WEST (1999), the Acquisition Prize Bavaria - Xl Biennial International Cerveira (2001), the 3rd Prize-2002 KAO International Kinetic Art Competition and 2nd Prize KAO 2003 and 2004. Alongside his professional work as an architect, Virgínio has developed a regular practice in the field of Toy, Kinetic Sculpture and Urban Art.


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JOÃO ÁLVARO ROCHA 1959, V.do Castelo - Portugal Born in Viana do Castelo, Portugal, 1959. Between 1977 and 1982 he attended the Course of Architecture at FBAUP in Oporto, starting his professional career in 1982. João Álvaro Rocha been very active teacher, who taught at the following institutions: Course of Architecture School of Art in Porto, Faculty of Architecture, University of Porto, Ecole d’Architecture de Clermont-Ferrand, School of Architecture at the International University of Catalonia - Barcelona , Superior Technical School of Architecture at the University of Navarra - Pamplona, D ​​ epartment of Architecture

at Cornell University - New York, Department of Architecture at Cornell University - Rome, School of Architecture of Nancy, Superior Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona UPC, Università Degli Studi Di Palermo - Facoltà di Architettura, Universidad Complutense de Madrid - San Lorenzo de El Escorial, University UPV / EHU San Sebastian, Superior Technical School of Architecture in Granada, Università degli Studi di Cagliari. His work has earned the award of several prizes, most notably the National Architecture Award First Works - 1993, sponsored by the Association of Portuguese Architects.

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1950, Famalic達o - Portugal Fernando Barroso was born in V.N. Famalic達o, 1950. Painting Course at Escola Superior de Belas Artes do Porto (ESBAP, Oporto, 1970). Graduated in Architecture from ESBAP, 1976. As part of his training in painting, he participated in numerous exhibitions and competitions. He worked in public education from 1971 to 2003. As architect collaborated in the studio of architect Fernando Tavora from year 1979 to 2005, participating in various projects of architecture, urbanism, interior and furniture arrangements. Today he works as an independent architect in Matosinhos, in association with the architect Filipa Rocha.

FERNANDO BARROSO

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1972, Oporto - Portugal Diploma in Architecture by the “Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade do Porto” (FAUP), 1996. Collaborator of Eduardo Souto Moura, between 1997 and 1998. Collaborator of Herzog & de Meuron, between 1998 and 1999. Assistant Professor FAUP, since 1999. Own practice since 2000. Awarded autor, namely with the first prize in the international competition for the Museum of Art and Archaeology of the “Vale do Côa”, in co-authorship with Tiago Pimentel, 2004 – 2009; and the honourable mention on the international competition for the Museum of Modern Art of Warsaw, in co-authorship with Susana Martins, 2007. Invited Professor at the “École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne” (EPFL), since 2008. Currently Invited Professor at the “Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, Universidad de Navarra” (UNAV) and also at “Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio, Università della Svizzera Italiana” (USI).

CAMILO REBELO

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1950, Lleida - Spain Sanabria has been a Project Professor at School of Architecture, Barcelona since 1974. He is an associate professor at School of Architecture in Pamplona since 2005, too, and has been a member of the Commission of Architecture of Barcelona City Council from 2009 to 2011. The founding member of AXA (x l’Architecture Architects) 2011, has also been a visiting professor and lecturer at several nacional and internacional universities. Among the prominent entries and awards include: - Finalist National Architecture Award 1995. - Finalist Spanish Architecture Biennial, 1995 and 1996. - Finalist FAD Architecture Awards, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2008. - Finalist Awards Barcelona City of Architecture and Planning, 2008. - Opinion FAD Prize for Architecture, year: 1994. - Flyer Award, the third edition in 2007. - First Prize International Competition VETECO

ASEFAVE 2004. First prizes in competitions leading Architecture: - Head of the Theatre Institute. Barcelona. - Provincial de Huesca. - Central Library Blanes. Barcelona. - Faculty of Chemical and Enology at the University of Tarragona. - Nursing University of Lleida and Castellón. - Institute of Hospitality in Benidorm. Valencia. - Cultural Center of Leioa. Bilbao. - Parliament of Andorra. - Culture and Convention Complex in Sabadell. Barcelona. - Headquarters of the Foundation Subirachs. Barcelona. - Airport Murcia. - ESADE Campus in Sant Cugat. Barcelona. - Hospital of Olot. Girona. - Auditorium Theatre in Cambrils. Tarragona. - Judicial Building in Sant Feliu de Llobregat. Barcelona. - Increase in Hospital Sant Llorenç Viladecans. - Airport A Coruña - Food Campus University of Barcelona

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1970, Oporto - Portugal Nuno Brandao Costa was born on February 17, 1970 in Porto. He graduated from FAUP in 1994, where he teaches as an assistant to the subject of Project 4 since 1999. He trained with Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland and José Fernando Gonçalves & Paulo in Port Providence. In 1998, wins the 1st prize of the project to the Central Library of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, New University of Lisbon, and the 2nd Prize for the Design of the Portuguese Embassy in Berlin, opened an office in Porto. In November 2004 wins the revelation and merit prize “Jornal Expresso / SIC - 12 years.” It was nominated for the “Mies Van der Rohe” award in 2008 with the work of the “Quinta de Bouçós” and won the 2008 Prix Secil with the Administration Building and Showroom “Viriato furniture.” He is also a visiting Professor at the “Escuela Superior Technical Architecture of the Universidad de Navarra”.

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1910-1990, Ovar - Portugal Januário Godinho de Almeida studied at ESBAP - School of Fine Arts of Porto between 1925 and 1930, having obtained a diploma for the Park-Hotel Vidago in 1941. Started his trainee period in the 30s, in collaboration with the architect Rogério Porto de Azevedo, participating actively in the development of his work, between modernism and regionalism approach that does. During this period the architect designed one of his most important works: the Fish Market Massarelos, where there is an evident synthesis between the Art Deco and the critical and interpretive Dutch neoplasticism. The major works include the Fish Market Massarelos, Porto (1932); the hotels made​​ for Hydroelectric Cávado (1949-1959), Vila Nova, Salamonde, sidroz and Pisões; the Hydropower Headquarters, Porto (1953 ), the palaces of Justice, Tomar (1951), Vila do Conde (1953), Ovar (1960) and Lisbon (1960), co-authored with John Andersen, the Calouste Gulbenkian Building at LNEC (Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil), (1961), also co-authored with John Andersen, and the urbanization plan of Coimbra (1968) and Amarante (1965).

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Desenho Iberico 2013