Nuno Teotónio Pereira, Portuguese architect, Died at 93

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Nuno Teotonio Pereira was born on January 30, 1922, in Lisbon and died on January 20, 2016.

He was an architect Portuguese.

Nuno graduated in Architecture at the School of Fine Arts in Lisbon.

As a Singular architect predominantly in the second half of the twentieth century.

he graduated as an architect, graduate with 18 points by the School of Fine Arts in Lisbon, having collaborated in the Atelier of Arch.

Carlos Ramos, served between 1940 and 1943, as an intern, even before completing his course, he participated in the 1st National Congress of Architecture in 1948 as an intern architect took part with Costa Martins communication Economical Housing and Social Readjustment and in 1949 was offered to partner the National Union of Architects and founded in 1952 the Movement for the Renewal of Religious Art.

Between 1948-1972 Nuno was a consultant of Economic Rooms at the Federation of Welfare Funds, having held the first competition for controlled rent housing.

Nuno was President of the National Executive Council AAP mandates in 1984-1986 and 1987-1989 and in 1966, Nuno was President of the Portuguese Section of the UIA, SPUIA the international level was the first Portuguese delegate to the Habitat Committee of the International Union of Architects in Bucharest, in 1966.

Nuno Teotonio Pereira passed away at 93 yrs old at his home in Lisbon a few days to complete the age of 94 after a long illness.