Bruno Gil is an architect and post-doctoral researcher at the Centre for Social Studies (University of Coimbra), where he co-coordinates the research project “(EU)ROPA”. He is a visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Architecture at the University of Coimbra, in the areas of Theory and History.
In 2017, he completed his PhD thesis entitled “Cultures of Research in Architecture: lines of thought in research centres, 1945-1974”, distinguished with the Nuno Teotónio Pereira Prize, in its first edition in 2019, and finalist of the XII edition of the biennial Iberian competition for PhD theses, Arquia/tesis 2019.
Since 2019, he is co-coordinator of “Joelho – Revista de Cultura Arquitectónica”, published by the editorial e|d|arq (DARQ UC), where he is also co-coordinator of the editions with Armando Rabaça.
In 2019, he co-founded the international workshop “CASA – Coimbra Architecture Summer Atelier” and continues its general coordination, after two first editions “CASA ORIGIN” (2019) and CASA “EMERGENCE” (2021).
With a cultural approach to teaching and research in architecture, by simultaneously targeting the specificities of its places and knowledge transfer networks, he has written articles for publications such as “Footprint: DDelft architecture theory journal”, “arq: Architectural Research Quarterly”, “Docomomo Journal”, “Writingplace Journal” and “Joelho – Revista de Cultura Arquitectónica”.