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Pedro Antão

Pedro, son of a Grandolense mother and a Ferreira do Alentejo father, decided to return to his origins after graduating in Lisbon and having embraced an international career in the automotive sector. At the age of 40, he decides to renovate his great-grandmother's house to open his first Local Accommodation unit, Casa da Mariana. Two years later, a rural tourism unit opens in the mountains of Grândola, The ONE Country House, a local reference in hospitality. He didn't want to stop and is now looking for new and bigger challenges to develop unique projects for his land.


Derek Dellekamp 

Derek founded the architecture studio Dellekemp Arquitectos in 1990. His work has been part of the Venice Biennale, the Chicago Biennale and the Quito Architecture Biennale. In 2010, his Ruta del Peregrino project was selected to be part of the Architecture Collection at the Center Pompidou in Paris; and in the same year Dellekamp was invited to speak at the Rice Design Alliance. In 2009, the Architectural League of New York chose them for its “Emerging Voices Award”. They recently won second place in the International Prize for Sacred Architecture with the Santuario Señor de Tula (Dellekamp / Schleich + AGENdA).


Adriana Aceves Solorio

Adriana is a mexican entrepreneur from Guadalajara and now living in Europe for more tan 15 years. She runs a family business on mexican food. She studied arts and devoted many years to photography. She loves nature and spending time with friends and family.

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