The title of Casa da Arquitectura Honorary Member distinguishes organizations
or individuals of great relevance who, through their labour or the whole of their work,
have been recognized in the field of contemporary architecture and in their relation
with Casa da Arquitectura, becoming ambassadors of its noblest mission, that of promoting
and disseminating architecture to all audiences.

Rafael Moneo

The title of Honorary Associate of Casa da Arquitectura was awarded to architect Rafael Moneo in November 2022 as part of the celebrations of the 5th Anniversary of Casa da Arquitectura.
Rafael Moneo was born in Tudela (Navarra) in 1937. He studied at the Madrid School of Architecture, graduating in 1961. In 1970, he became chair of Compositional Elements at the Barcelona
School of Architecture and, in 1980, he became responsible for the same chair in Madrid until 1985, when he was appointed Chairman of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, a position
he held until 1990. Currently, Rafael Moneo is Josep Lluis Sert Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Author of the National Museum of Roman Art, in Merida, the Kursaal, in San Sebastian, the Cathedral of Los Angeles, and the extension of the Prado Museum, his activity as an architect
is developed in parallel with that of lecturer and critic. Rafael Moneo's writings are widely disseminated and the presentation of his work at exhibitions and conferences has taken
him to institutions all over the world. Rafael Moneo has received numerous awards, including the Pritzker Prize for Architecture, in 1996, the Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects,
in 2003, the Gold Medal of Spanish Architecture, in 2006, the Prince of Asturias Award for the Arts, in 2012, the National Prize of Architecture, in 2015, the Praemium Imperial of the Japan Art Association,
in 2017, and more recently, in 2021, the Gold Lion of the Venice Biennale.
Álvaro Siza

Was born in Matosinhos in 1933. He studied Architecture at the Porto School of Fine Arts between 1949 and 1955. His first work was built in 1954.
He was a professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto, the city where he practices his profession.
He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; he is an “Honorary Fellow” of the RIBA / Royal Institute of British Architects; member of the BDA/Bund Deutscher Architekten; “Honorary Fellow” and “Honorary FAIA” by the AIA/American Institute of Architects; member of the Académie d’Architecture de France, the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts, the IAA/International Academy of Architecture, the National Geographic Portugal; Honorary Member of the Ordem dos Arquitectos; member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters; Honorary Professor
at Southeast University China and China Academy of Art and Honorary Member of the Academy of Portuguese Language Schools of Architecture and Urbanism.
Francesco Dal Co

Born 29 December 1945, is an Italian historian of architecture. He graduated in 1970 at the
University Iuav of Venice, and has been director of the Department of History of Architecture since 1994.
He has been Professor of History of Architecture at the Yale School of Architecture from 1982 to 1991
and professor of History of Architecture at the Accademia di Architettura of the Università
della Svizzera Italiana from 1996 to 2005. From 1988 to 1991 he has been director of the Architectural Section
at the Biennale di Venezia and curator of the architectural section in 1998. Since 1978 he has been curator
of the architectural publications for publishing House Electa and since 1996 editor of the architectural magazine Casabella.
In 2018 he curated the Pavilion of the Holy See at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale
Venice Biennale of Architecture. The architects who designed the ten chapels were: Andrew Berman (USA), Francesco Cellini
(Italy), Javier Corvalàn (Paraguay), Flores & Prats (Spain), Norman Foster (UK), Teronobu Fujimori (Japan), Sean Godsell
(Australia), Carla Juacaba (Brazil), Smiljan Radic (Cile), Eduardo Souto de Moura (Portugal). He is currently Senior Fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies of the National Gallery of Art, scholar at the Getty Center, and Member of the Board of Directors of the Society
of Architectural Historians. He is also member of the National Academy of San Luca.
Eduardo Souto de Moura

Was born in Porto (Portugal) on 25 July 1952.
He graduated in Architecture from the Porto School of Fine Arts in 1980.
Collaboration with architect Noé Dinis in 1974.
Collaboration with architect Álvaro Siza Vieira from 1975 to 1979.
Collaboration with architect Fernandes de Sá from 1979 to 1980.
From 1981 to 1991 he works as Assistant Professor of the Architecture course at FAUP.
He starts his activity as a liberal professional in 1980. Visiting Professor at Paris-Belleville,
Harvard, Dublin, Zurich, Lausanne and Mantova. He received several awards and participated in several
Seminars and Conferences in Portugal and abroad. In 2011 he receives the Pritzker Prize, in 2013 the Wolf Prize and in 2017
the Piranesi Award. In 2018 he receives the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale. 
Paulo Mendes da Rocha

Pritzker Prize in 2006, Golden Lion for lifetime achievement at the Venice
Architecture Biennale in 2016, Paulo Mendes da Rocha is one of the great donors
for the Casa da Arquitectura archive and its first honorary associate member, a distinction
that was announced during the inauguration of the Exhibition “Infinito Vão – 90 Years of Brazilian Architecture”
in September 2018. At that time, he also opened the “Two Houses by Paulo Mendes da Rocha”
exhibition, curated by architect Nuno Sampaio, which remained on display at the Casa’s Gallery until February 2019.
Brazil Collective

In November 2018, the Moreira Salles Institute in São Paulo hosted the ceremony to award the title
of Honorary Associate of Casa da Arquitectura to the nearly 200 donors of the Brazilian Architecture Collection.
Thanks to them, it was possible for Casa da Arquitectura to become the first institution in the world to make a
territorial collection of architectural collections. The collection arrived to Matosinhos on 7 August 2017 and consists of 103 projects,
more than 50,000 documents, 4,500 of which are analogue, among drawings, photographs, textual documents, models,
films, ceramics, among others. Over 2822 kilograms of material travelled between Brazil and Portugal
and from it was extracted the Exhibition "Infinito Vai - 90 Years of Brazilian Architecture", which was presented
in Casa da Arquitectura's exhibition aisle between 18 September 2018 and 8 September 2019, having subsequently travelled
to São Paulo where it opened in November 2020 at SESC 24 de Maio.

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