Established in 2013, VERUM.ATELIER is a dynamic and multidisciplinary architecture studio. Working in Lisbon with a great deal of qualified construction teams by its side has become the main focus of the studio in the search for a highest standard within each new project.

The compatibility between a client’s vision and the studio’s search for a coherent and sustainable project turns the work process into a growing challenge. Through the everyday inspiration for a given space, our goal is to design the new, to refurnish the existing and to look beyond the limitations by turning them into opportunities.

Rui Jesus
(Lisbon, 1983)
Graduated from Lusíada University of Lisbon and Mackenzie Presbyterian University of São Paulo and gained experience in Lisbon (Extrastudio, José Adrião Arquitectos) and São Paulo (André Luque Arquitetos, Corsi Hirano). Has participated in several international architecture competitions, one of which was the project of “O elevado Costa e Silva em São Paulo” that was exposed in NONABIA – Nona Bienal de Arquitetura e Design de São Paulo (2011).

Pedro Treno
(Coimbra, 1989)
Graduated from University of Coimbra (dARQ-FCTUC) and gained experience in Lisbon (ASPA Arquitectos) and Coimbra (Atelier do Corvo). Editor in chief of NU magazine between 2014 and 2015. Works with VERUM since September 2017.

Bárbara Gil
(Guarda, 1993)
Graduated from University of Coimbra (dARQ-FCTUC). Gained experience in Entroncamento (ADarq). Works with VERUM since November 2018.