M2.senos Arquitectos

M2.senos Arquitectos


  • Practice: M2.senos Arquitectos
  • Website: www.m2senos.com/
  • Firm Location: Ílhavo
  • Country: Portugal
  • Year: 2007

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Sofia Senos

Sofia Senos (born in 1983) has a degree in architecture from the University of Coimbra (2008) and a Master in Visual Arts Teaching from the University of Aveiro (2011). As a student, Sofia studied for a year in Rome and worked in Madrid. In 2016 she taught History of Portuguese Architecture I and II at Universidade Lusófona. She is currently a Ph.D. student and dedicates her research to the subject of industrial colonies, specifically to aspects related to identity methodologies.


Ricardo Senos

Ricardo Senos (born in 1975) graduated in Architecture from the Lusíada University of Porto (1999) and holds a Master’s in Visual Arts Teaching from the University of Aveiro (2014). Currently, Ricardo is a Ph.D. student at the Department of Architecture at the Lusófona University of Porto, focusing on single-family housing. The research paper was selected by the CA2RE Conference Scientific Committee to be part of the April 2018 CA2RE Conference program at the Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark. He participated in the respective conferences between 13 and 16 April 2018, later formalized in an article published at the CA2RE Conference on Artistic and Architectural Research (Ph.D.) in June 2018.

Practice Ideology

The studio M2 Senos Arquitectos was founded in 2007 by the architects Sofia and Ricardo Senos, with the mission of developing studies and projects in architecture, rehabilitation and urban design.

Balancing imagination and reality, the atelier always focuses on finding the most creative and assertive solutions for its clients. Through interdisciplinary collaboration, it is present in all project phases, from conception to execution, ensuring the best monitoring of all specialties. It pays special attention to monitoring the work and working closely with the client and the builder.

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