Jorge Carvalho (1964) is an architect and lecturer, and has been an active participant in the debate on architecture as a discipline. He graduated in from the Faculty of Architecture in Porto in 1990. From 1988 to 1990 he worked in London with David Chipperfield, after which he collaborated with Siza Vieira as project coordinator for the Chiado reconstruction in Lisbon, as well as for other building projects in that area. In 1991 Jorge founded aNC architects with Teresa Novais. Their work has been widely recognized internationally, winning the IX Award of the IX Bienal Ibero Americana de Arquitetura e Urbanismo 2014 as well as a nomination for the Mies van der Rohe Award in 2011. aNC was the local studio during the construction of Casa da Música, designed by Rem Koolhaas/OMA. Jorge Carvalho lectures at the Faculty of Architecture and Arts at Lusíada University in Porto, and at dARQ in Coimbra.