Date of Birth 21 October 1954





Date: 1977 - 1982

Graduation: Architecture

University: University of Urban Planning and Architecture Bennet, Rio de Janeiro - Brasil

Classification Obtained: 16/20


Date: 1980

Description: Solar Energia in Arquitecture, Fundação Mário Pinotti, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Data: 1981

Description: Urban Intervention on 6 Italian cities and its Historical Patrimony.
Prof. Arq. Leonardo Benévolo, Univ. Santa Ursula, RJ – Brasil


- In the beginning of 2011 in Mozambique, founded of "DS Arquitectos,ei", a architectural practice dedicated to contribute to improve the architectural scenery in the country.

- In 2010 was retained by Louis Berger S.A.S. in Pristina, Kosovo as Key Expert for the project of the Kosovo Palace of Justice, a European Commission Liaison Office and Kosovo Government project in the “Upgrade of the Infrastructure in the Rule of Law Sector in Kosovo” program.

- In 2002 rejoined Nuno Leónidas - Arquitectos Associados, Lda. as Project Manager.

- On 1997 he funded “DSB, Projectos Imobiliários Lda.” where, as general manager he developed a number of projects mostly related to real estate developments and housing.

- From 1987 to 1997 he was made Partner of "Nuno Leónidas – Arquitectos Associados, Lda.”.

- Worked as an associated architect in "Nuno Leónidas - Arquitectos Associados, Lda.” taking part on most of its projects, (1984-1987).

- In "Macroplan - Gabinete Técnico de Arquitectura e Gestão, Lda.", he was responsible as Job Architect on the International Contest "Ampliação dos Aeroportos do Porto e de Faro", (1985).

- With Arch. João de Almeida, Pedro Ferreira Pinto and Pedro Emauz Silva, he participated on the development of several projects - Lisboa, Portugal, (1982-1983).

- He worked with Arch. Nuno Leónidas in "Balaia - Projectos de Urbanismo e Arquitectura, Ltda.", Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, (1979-1982).

- Landscape projects - Arch. Duarte Sottomayor, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, (1977-1978).

- Housing projects - Arch. A. Henrique Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, (1977-1978).