I am an architectural historian and a historic preservationist specializing in the western Mediterranean and Portuguese-speaking world in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. My research explores the interfaces between traditional and modern construction as well as between the ‘learned’ architecture of classicism and vernacular typologies.
I am currently associate professor at the University of Brasilia School of Architecture and Urbanism and a visiting scholar affiliated with the TechNetEmpire research project at the NOVA University, Lisbon. I am a member of the Documentation committee of Icomos Brazil and do consulting work in historic preservation and traditional architecture through Ábaco Arquitetura.
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