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Simão Botelho frequenta a Faculdade de Arquitectura da Universidade de Lisboa, onde obtém o grau de Mestre em 2010, após um intercâmbio de um ano em Buenos Aires (FADU-UBA). A sua tese de Mestrado debruça-se sobre o tema “Espaços de Transição - Preservação da Privacidade e Estímulo do Contacto Social”.

 

É arquitecto voluntário para a Reconstrução de Pedrógão Grande após os incêndios de 17 Junho 2017 (2017-18). Trabalha nos ateliers Site Specific (2013-16) e Carrilho da Graça (2011-13). Colaborador do evento Lisboa Open House (Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa) enquanto coordenador de zona (2013-2015) e curador para o bairro dos Olivais (2016).

Publica o projecto Residência de Estudantes e Centro Multifuncional nas plataformas Archdaily Brasil (2011) e Plataforma Arquitectura (2011). Orador convidado na conversa Aproximar o Cidadão da Arquitectura (Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa, 2013) e em aula a alunos finalistas do Mestrado Integrado em Arquitectura (ISCTE, 2015).

Exerce atividade permanente em nome próprio desde 2017, elaborando projetos de arquitetura nas áreas de saúde, residencial, comercial e de educação.

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Simão Botelho attended the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Lisbon, where he obtained his Master's degree in 2010, after a one-year exchange in Buenos Aires (FADU-UBA). His thesis was on the theme "Transitional Spaces - Preservation of Privacy and Stimulation of Social Contact".

He was a volunteer architect for the Reconstruction of Pedrógão Grande after the fires of June 17, 2017 (2017-18), worked at Site Specific (2013-16) and Carrilho da Graça (2011-13), and collaborated in Lisbon Open House event (Lisbon Architecture Triennale) as zone coordinator (2013-2015) and curator for the Olivais neighborhood (2016).

He published the project “Students’ Residence and Multifunctional Center” in the platforms Archdaily Brazil (2011) and Plataforma Arquitectura (2011), was a guest speaker in the conversation “Approaching the Citizen to Architecture” (Lisbon Architecture Triennale, 2013) and in a class to final-year students of the Integrated Master in Architecture (ISCTE, 2015).

Since 2017, Simão Botelho has been working permanently in his own name. designing architectural projects in the areas of health, residential, commercial and education.

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Pólo de Saúde
Carcavelos
2018
winner

competition promoted by
Câmara Municipal de Cascais and OASRS

Prémio
Arquitectos
Agora 2016
winner

promoted by OASRS

C.A.S.A
2016
3rd place

competition promoted by AML and OA SRS

Prémio Secil Universidades
2010
winner

Crisis Buster
2013
honourable mention

competition promoted by Lisbon Architecture Treinnale

promoted by Secil