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Architect graduated from the University of Brasília in 2010. During college, he worked with the architect Paulo Henrique Paranhos, with whom he participated in biennials, exhibitions and national architecture competitions. With the course completed, he joined the team of architect Oscar Niemeyer in the development of the project for the annex of the Rainha da Paz Cathedral and in the project of the Ministry of Social Development. Participated in several competitions, ranking in prominent positions. In 2013, he founded the firm ARQBR Arquitetura e Urbanismo and since then he elaborates architectural projects in different scales and programs. In 2015, he had three works recognized in the exhibition A Nova Arquitetura de Brasília, a show that evaluated the outstanding works carried out in the capital during the last 7 years.
Architect graduated from the University of Brasília in 2010, having previously studied Electrical Engineering for three years. André studied Masters of Science in Architecture for two years at the Polytechnic of Turin, Italy. He was a fellow selected by the Polytechnic to spend 6 months residing in Lisbon, Portugal, where he developed research. After completing his degree for four years, he designed, coordinated and managed large-scale residential and commercial projects. In 2013, he joined ARQBR Arquitetura e Urbanismo as a partner of the architect Eder Alencar. With the office formed, it ranked in a prominent position in a national competition. In 2015, he had two works recognized in one of the categories of the exhibition A Nova Arquitetura de Brasília.