Joaquim Moreno is a Portuguese architect born in 1973, in Luanda, Angola. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto, has a Masters from the Barcelona Technical School of Architecture and a PhD from Princeton University. He is an adjunct assistant professor at Columbia University, in New York, at Minho University, in Guimarães and Autónoma University in Lisbon. He is also a researcher at Univesity of Porto CEAU (Center of Architecture an Urban Studies). Moreno was one of the editors of the Portuguese journal InSi(s)tu and the curator, with the philosopher José Gil, of the Portuguese representation at the Venice Architecture Biennial of 2008.
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