Frederico Valsassina was born in Lisbon in 1955. He graduated from the Fine Arts School of Lisbon in 1979 and created his atelier in 1986. He received the Honorable Mention of the Valmor Award 2003, regarding the Alcântara Rio project. In 2004 he received the Valmor Award for his project for the Art’s Business and Hotel Centre at the Parque das Nações. In 2007 he was awarded the INH/IHRU National Prize. In 2005, he was a guest lecturer at the Architecture Competition that ran at the Campinas University – Brazil. Amongst other works, he is author of the R.T.P./R.D.P. Studios, the Campus Building of the Logoplaste (Alcatel-Lucent), recuperates the Porto Côvo Palace and designs the Lusitânia Insurance Company’s Contemporary Art Museum. In Mozambique he is the author of Banco Unico’s Headquarters and the Olympic Swimming Pool for the Pan-African 2011 games. In partnership with Manuel Aires Mateus developed the project for the recuperation of the Monica’s Convent and the Roof of the Alcântara Etar. In 2012, in partnership with Ricardo Bak Gordon and João Ferreira Nunes, wins the project of Maputo Waterfront.
Frederico Valsassina Arquitectos
- PROGETTAZIONE ARCHITETTONICA
- Progettazione architettonica
- Restauro architettonico, conservazione