Tiago do Vale
|Born||4 August 1978|
|Alma mater||University of Coimbra|
|Awards||2019 Architecture Masterprize (Small Firm of the Year)|
Muse Design Awards 2019 (triple Platinum and Gold Awards)
Blueprint Awards 2018 (1st Prize)
A+Awards 2018 (double 1st prize)
American Architecture Prize 2017 (1st prize)
A+Awards 2015 (1st prize)
Building of the Year 2014 (1st prize)
|Practice||Tiago do Vale Architects|
Tiago do Vale (Portuguese pronunciation: [tjˈa.gu du vˈa.lɘ] ) is a Portuguese architect. He heads the architectural practice Tiago do Vale Architects.
Do Vale was born in 1978 in the north of Portugal. He enrolled in the University of Coimbra's Department of Architecture in 1996 studying, among others, under Fernando Távora and Gonçalo Byrne. He went on to integrate the University of Coimbra's managing bodies, both as a Senator and as an Assembly Member.
Postgraduate on Advanced Studies in Architectural Heritage by the Porto School of Architecture.
Tiago do Vale regularly lectures and writes about architectural matters.
Do Vale was curator of the 2014's "Urban Dialogues, International Architecture Congress", in Portugal and of the 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions of the “Mesturas, International Architecture Encounters Galicia-Portugal” (Spain and Portugal).
He was juror for the 2016 and 2017 DAS Awards in Moldavia, for the 2016 and 2017 editions of the João de Almada Award in Portugal, for the Architecture MasterPrize since its 2020 edition in the United States of America, and for the Muse Design Awards since 2020 in the United States of America.
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