Fernando Guerra pioneered the way architecture is photographed and communicated. Twenty-five years ago, he opened the FG+SG studio in collaboration with his brother - Sérgio Guerra, and together they are responsible for much of the dissemination of Portuguese contemporary architecture over the past twenty-five years.

Fernando Guerra is an architectural photographer. However, his background is in architecture. His perspective is divided between two distinct ways of constructing the world. Because of this circumstance, he finds himself in a privileged position to lead the metamorphosis of the photographic field, which will partially identify with the architectural field itself.

His works are regularly featured in various publications both nationally and internationally, in magazines such as Casabella, Wallpaper*, Dwell, Icon, Domus, A U, among many others. FG+SG collaborates with various Portuguese architects such as Álvaro Siza, Fran Silvestre, Aires Mateus, OODA Arquitectos, Gonçalo Byrne, ARX Portugal, João Luís Carrilho da Graça, Promontório Arquitectos, as well as international architects like Márcio Kogan, Isay Weifeld, Arthur Casas, Zaha Hadid, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, among others.

In 2012, he was appointed as an ambassador for Canon Europe in the field of architectural photography.

The MoMa Museum in New York acquired six works by Fernando Guerra for its permanent collection in 2015.

The website has become the starting point for consulting Portuguese contemporary architecture with over six hundred online reports, as well as special articles and publications.

Winner of the 2015 edition of the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards, the most prestigious architectural photography competition globally.

Fernando Guerra was awarded the 'Obra do Ano – Project of the year 2015' prize by the architecture portal Archdaily.

He received the 1st prize in the 'Architecture Photography' category in the 2016 edition of the Architizer Awards.

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