Integrated Phd Researcher

Pedro Lemos Cordeiro

research interests

Architecture, Urban and Landscape Regeneration, Work Processes.

Short Bio

Between 2006 and 2013, Pedro Lemos Cordeiro worked as a professor of the Ateliê (Architecture Project) and Constructions (Construction Technologies and Materials) discipline in the Architecture Department of the Vasco da Gama University School, Coimbra (EUVG). Since 2000 developing projects as coordinator at the MUBE_ARQUITECTURA atelier, which has been distinguished several times, highlighting: in 2000, 1st place in "Public tender for the project of the Central Station of Sever do Vouga", Selection HABITAR PORTUGAL 2006- 2008. In 2006, 1st place in "Public tender for the Detail Plan of the Maritime Front of Pedrogão Beach". In 2015, 2nd place in "Public contest of ideas for the urban regeneration of Leiria" organized by the Confederation of Portuguese Business (CIP), Leiria Polytechnic Institute (IPL) and Leiria City Council (CML).

research project at dinâmia'cet-Iscte

Minimizing the Risk of Poor Quality in rehabilitation projects through the provision of technical services, including the monitoring of a set of strategic and operational objectives, in relation to the following parts of the process: Validation of property programs; Selection of companies and professionals; Development of projects; Review of projects.

Main publications

Oliveira, António et Cordeiro, Pedro L. In “Habitar Portugal 2006/2008”. Ed. 1, 2000 vols., ISBN: 9789896580421. Caleidoscópio. Lisboa, 2009.

Cordeiro, Pedro L. et al: Meio Século de Arquitectura na Região Centro ed. 1, 500 vols., ISBN: 978-989-95502-0-9. Coimbra: Subverso- Design, Gráfico e Conteúdos, Lda. Coimbra, 2006.

Tornieri, Stefano et Cordeiro, Pedro L. In Jornal do Arquitectos N.249 Jan-Abr 2014: “Veneza Pronto-a-Vestir”, (pág.340-341) Lisboa, Maio 2014.

Main projects

NUTS I "Continent and Autonomous Regions of the Azores and Madeira" (IPL 2017)

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