João Gomes da Silva, Lisbon (Lisbon, 1962). With a degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Évora (1985), he then lectured there from 1987 to 1994. From 1986 to 1990 he worked on the Malagueira public spaces project in Évora with Álvaro Siza. He has been a visiting professor in Berlin, at the Ensp of Versailles, Milan, Rome, Brasilia, Coimbra, Barcelona and Girona. He is currently an associate professor at the Autonomous University of Lisbon. He has been Vice President of the Portuguese Association of Landscape Architects (2000/2004). He has been working as a landscape architect in the development of studies, plans and projects since 1985. He is currently collaborating with Inês Norton with whom he founded the study Global Landscape.
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