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giandomenico amendola

Giandomenico Amendola was a full professor of urban sociology at the architecture department of the University of Florence. He carried out research and gave lectures at the department of urban planning & spurs of the MIT University of Cambridge; the centre for environmental structures of Berkeley; the graduate school of architecture, planning and preservation urban planning program at Columbia University in New York.

suad amiry

Suad Amiry is an architect, a restoration specialist, a writer, a political and social activist, and a founder of RIWAQ, a Ramallah-based NGO for the preservation of cultural heritage that changes the concept of urban renewal in historic districts into social and economic development. She has taught architecture at the University of Jordan and Birzeit; she is the author of numerous books and articles about architecture.

fabrizio franco vittorio arrigoni

Fabrizio Franco Vittorio Arrigoni is an associate professor of architectural and urban composition at the architecture department of the University of Florence. He is an editor of numerous magazines and books, and a curator of exhibitions, and he has also authored numerous publications.

paolo benanti

Paolo Benanti is a Franciscan of the Third Regular Order, he received his education in ethics and theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University and continued his studies at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He is a lecturer in moral theology and bioethics in Rome, Assisi and Anagni. He works with the American Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience and he is a member of the editorial staff of Synesis: a Journal of Science, Technology, Ethics, and Policy.

piero bevilacqua

Piero Bevilacqua is a full professor of contemporary history at La Sapienza University of Rome. In 1986, he founded the Southern School of History and Social Sciences (IMES), of which he is the Director, and the magazine Meridiana, of which he is the Editor-In-Chief.

giovanna bianchi

Giovanna Bianchi is a medieval archaeologist and has a PhD in medieval archaeology. Since 2006, she has been an associate professor of Christian and medieval archaeology at the department of archaeology and history of art at the University of Siena. She was a scientific coordinator of the research project on medieval architecture at the Albanian excavation sites in Buthrotum, the castle of Gjirokastër, and the castle of Berat.

carlo blasi

Carlo Blasi is a full professor of architectural restoration at the University of Parma.
He has provided consultancy on an international level for the stability of historical buildings for the UNESCO in Albania, Bosnia, Cambodia, Kosovo, Lebanon, Palestine and Tunisia. He is a member of the commission for the stability of the Ghirlandina bell tower, of the cathedral of Modena, and of the complex of Saint Stephen in Bologna.

maurizio boldrini

Maurizio Boldrini has been a professional journalist since 1980. He has been the director of Sienese and Tuscan newspapers, including Nuovo Corriere Senese, Teleregion, Toscana TV, Gazzettino Senese; he has worked for important newspapers and national and international magazines (Unità, Rai, Il Manifesto, Le Monde Diplomatique). He has won the Senigallia award for best Italian reporter.

achille bonito oliva

Achille Bonito Oliva is an art critic, he is a member of the well-known Group 63 and has published two collections of poems about his experience with that group: in 1967, he published Made in Mater, and in 1968 he published Fiction Poems. Later on, he devoted himself more specifically and regularly to art criticism and revolutionized the style and the function of art critics with a view to total innovation.

antonio borri

Antonio Borri is a lecturer in building science at the University of Perugia, the president of the Mastrodicasa study centre, a founding member and a member of the board of directors of AIF Napoli; a member of the board of directors of ass.i.r.c.co Roma; a honorary member of ATE Milano; the head of the laboratory for testing buildings and materials at the department of engineering – scientific educational centre of Terni.

denise bresciani

Denise Bresciani is an architect, an artist, a performer and a food designer. She lives in Toulouse, France. She is the founder of Architectures de Bouche, a workshop that explores and experiments with food through different artistic expressions and by analysing the relationship between human being and food. She works mainly in cultural and artistic spaces with art installations and performances that involve the public firsthand.

stefano campana

Stefano Campana is an archaeologist and a lecturer in ancient topography at the University of Siena. He is an Advanced Marie Curie Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge. He is a meetings secretary of the International Aerial Archaeology Research Group, a member of the scientific committee of the Arcus Project for the reconstruction of the Via Annia, and a member of the board of directors of the P.A.V.A. Foundation.

christian campanella

Christian Campanella is an associate professor of architectural restoration at the department of civil architecture of the Polytechnic University of Milan, and a lecturer at the Architectural Restoration Workshop. He provides consultancy at the studio Campanella Tessoni in Crema (Cremona) and has authored articles, essays, monographs, and various texts about restoration.

giovanni cangi

Giovanni Cangi is a lecturer at the department of engineering of the University of Rome Tor Vergata. He works with the University of Perugia – department of engineering. He is a consultant at the Italian National Research Council CNR for the study of restoration and consolidation of the Bedesten in Nicosia (Cyprus) and for the project Metaphor Culture Programme 2000.

paolo cantoresi

Paolo Cantoresi is a psychologist at UFSMA VDE. He is the director of the four mental health day centres in Pisa, Pontedera, Volterra and San Frediano.

fabio capanni

Fabio Capanni is a lecturer in architectural and urban design at the department of architecture in Florence. He is a member of the board of professors of the PhD course in architecture. In 2009, he founded the Gallery of Italian Architecture at the Window House in Florence.

stefano casciani

Stefano Casciani is a writer, an artist and a designer. He is internationally recognized for his writings and his research on the interweaving between the culture of design and the different forms of expression. He won the 2001 Golden Compasses award for the Rai television series Design Lessons. He was the deputy director of Domus from 2000 to 2011, and in 2012 he founded the magazine Design, the New Industrial Culture.

carlo cellamare

Carlo Cellamare is a Lecturer in urban Planning at the Department of engineering of the University “La Sapienza” of Rome. He is the scientific director of research on the relationship between built and lived cities, and on urban and territorial planning as a complex social process with particular focus on urban practices, on the relationship between social networks and changes in city districts, and on urban policies in suburbs.

fabrizio chella

Carlo Cellamare is a Lecturer in urban Planning at the Department of engineering of the University “La Sapienza” of Rome. He is the scientific director of research on the relationship between built and lived cities, and on urban and territorial planning as a complex social process with particular focus on urban practices, on the relationship between social networks and changes in city districts, and on urban policies in suburbs.

michela chiti

Michela Chiti is an architect and a founding partner of the Architecture and Urban Planning Studio 342. She is a sessional lecturer at the University of Florence.

carlo citter

Carlo Citter is an adjunct lecturer in Christian and medieval archaeology at the University of Siena. He has authored numerous essays on medieval archaeology; his fields of research are landscapes and medieval cities, spatial analysis and predictivity in archaeology.

marta coccoluto

Carlo Citter is an adjunct lecturer in Christian and medieval archaeology at the University of Siena. He has authored numerous essays on medieval archaeology; his fields of research are landscapes and medieval cities, spatial analysis and predictivity in archaeology.

matteo colleoni

Matteo Colleoni is a sociologist, an associate professor of sociology of the environment and territory at the University of Milan Bicocca, a member of the scientific council of AIS, of IATUR (International Association Time Use Research), of mo.ve (international forum on sustainable mobility), of the inter-university centre for mobility and urban times of the University of Milan Bicocca, and of the Polytechnic University of Milan (Motu).

francesca maria corrao

Francesca Maria Corrao is a full professor of Arabic language and culture at the department of political science of the LUISS University of Rome. She is the president of the Orestiadi Foundation in Gibellina and a member of the Union of European Arabists and Islamists, of the European Professor of Modern Arabic Literature, and of the Institute of Oriental Philosophy of the SOKA University of Tokyo.

gianluca della mea

Gianluca Della Mea is an architect, an official of the Private Works and Commerce Secretariat, and a councillor for urban regeneration in the Municipality of Bergamo. He is a co-designer of the territorial zoning plan for the Municipality of Bergamo, and a former lecturer at the engineering department of the University of Bergamo and the foundation Astengo.

giorgio de finis

Giorgio De Finis is an anthropologist, a filmmaker, an artist and an independent curator. He has authored books and scientific articles, and articles for the culture section of newspapers and magazines. He is the creator and curator of MAAM, a museum of the other and the elsewhere at Metropoliz_a miexed city, and of the -1 Art Gallery at the House of Architecture in Rome.

silvia de martino

Silvia De Martino is a sociologist specializing in sociology of organizations. She has worked mainly on projects for the reorganization of companies and for local authorities, regions and local health authorities. She currently works with some universities (Rome Tor Vergata, Palermo, Padova) on local development issues in a global perspective. She has authored articles and books on new poverty and integration difficulties of foreigners.

gaetano di pasquale

Gaetano Di Pasquale is a lecturer in wood technology at the Federico II University of Naples. He is specialized in the history of vegetation and landscape. He was a lecturer in environmental archaeology at the University of Siena and he now deals with the history of landscapes and trees in the Mediterranean and the interaction between human being and plant resources in the last 10,000 years.

franco farinelli

Franco Farinelli is the director of the department of philosophy and communication of the University of Bologna, where he gives lectures on geography, and theories and models of space. He is the president of the Association of Italian Geographers AGEI. He has given lecturers at the Nordic Institute for Urban and Regional Planning in Stockholm, and at the University of Geneva, Los Angeles ULCA, Berkeley, Sorbonne and École Normale Superieure.

enzo fiammetta

Enzo Fiammetta has a PhD in industrial design, and figurative and applied arts. He worked as a sessional lecturer at the Specialization School of Design at the University of Palermo and as a lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts of Palermo. He is the director of the Museum of Mediterranean Wefts of the Orestiadi Foundation in Gibellina, which won the ICOM Award.

maria carmela frate

Maria Carmela Frate deals with the design and supervision of works in the field of restoration of architectural monuments and in the field of restoration of architectural heritage of historical interest. She is a member of the board of directors of the Sisto Mastrodicasa Study Centre. She currently works with the University Federico II of Naples.

giordano gasperoni

Giordano Gasperoni is an architect. He has worked for more than thirty years on the preservation and enhancement of cultural heritage. He is currently an official of the archaeological, fine arts and landscape superintendence of the provinces of Siena, Grosseto and Arezzo.

emanuela guidoboni

Emanuela Guidoboni is a historian and a member of the European Academy for her scientific merit and her multidisciplinary research on the history of the environment, earthquakes, tidal waves, volcanic eruptions and past climate changes affecting Italy and the Mediterranean area; the results of such research are applied in earth sciences, engineering and geophysics.

franco la cecla

Franco La Cecla works at the laboratory of research on the cities, the institute of higher education DAMS, the University of Palermo, IUAV University of Venice, the University of California in Berkeley, the University of Verona, the École des hautes études en sciences sociales in Paris, the Universidad politecnica de Barcelona (UPC), the San Raffaele Life-Health University, and the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL).

ugo la pietra

Ugo La Pietra is an architect, an artist, a filmmaker, an editor, a musician, a cartoonist and a lecturer. His work is so varied and complex that it is difficult to categorize. It can be interpreted as long militancy in the anti-project category, the field of action and discussion of which is based on everyday life and behaviour, with the aim of narrating the relationship between individual and environment with irony.

saverio luzzi

Saverio Luzzi works with the Department of Literature and Philosophy of University Roma Tre, and he has a PhD in political society and culture from the late Middle Ages to the contemporary age. He is an historian of contemporary Italian society with a focus on the evolution of the environment, landscape, land management, pollution and public health between history, sociology, medicine and epidemiology.

roberto mancini

Roberto Mancini is a full professor of theoretical philosophy at the University of Macerata. He gives lectures on human economy at the Academy of Architecture of the University of Italian Speaking Switzerland in Mendrisio. In November 2009, he received the award Zamenhof – Voices of Peace from the Italian Esperanto Association and the Marche Region.

michele manigrasso

Michele Manigrasso is an architect and urban planner. He is a sessional lecturer at the Department of Architecture and Design of Genova and a research associate at the University of Chieti-Pescara. He is a member of the scientific committee of Legambiente, an Italian environmentalist association, and he carries out research on urban planning and adaptation to climate change. He is a founding member of the Studio Cingoli/Manigrasso and is the manager of the department in Pescara.

eleonora mastropietro

Eleonora Mastropietro received her PhD in environmental quality and regional economic development from the University of Bologna in 2009. She is currently a postdoctoral research associate at the Department of Cultural and Environmental Heritage of the University of Milan.

stefano mavilio

Stefano Mavilio is a coordinator of the master course in the design of buildings of worship, at La Sapienza / LUMSA Universities of Rome. He gave lectures on composition and architectural design as a sessional lecturer. Publications: Guide to Sacred Architecture in Rome; L’architettura è una scala (Architecture is a Scale, 2014). Creations: Room of Peace in the complex of Saint Rita of Cascia; the parish complexes of Bernardino Realino in Lecce and of Saint Peter and Saint Paul in Olgiata, Rome.

alberto mazzocchi

Alberto Mazzocchi is a surgeon specializing in maxillofacial surgery. He has studied unconventional medicine for years. He is a member of the international group of Orgonomy and Orgonomic Science with clinical trials with ORAC and Cloudbuster devices designed by Reich. He is a traveller, a researcher, and he has authored one hundred and thirty scientific articles and reports at Italian and international conferences.

pietro meloni

Pietro Meloni has a PhD in anthropology, ethnology and cultural studies from the University of Siena.

edoardo milesi

Edoardo Milesi is an architect and the director of the Permanent School of Living. He is one of the leading exponents of Italian bio-architecture and sustainable architecture. He is expert in the protection of the environment and the landscape, and he is specialized in numerous fields, including architecture ecology and religious architecture.

giulia milesi

Giulia Anna Milesi is an architect and a freelancer. She studied at the Mendrisio Academy of Architecture, and she coordinates projects and research on emergency architecture in seismic risk areas in Italy and abroad for the Archos Studio. She coordinates the project Architecture for Haiti.

marco mulazzani

Marco Mulazzani is an associate professor of architectural history at the University of Ferrara. Since 1998, he has been an editor of the magazine “Casabella”, and, until 2009, he was an editor of the almanac Casabella, an annual aimed at young Italian architects. He is the author of numerous publications published mainly by Electa.

giovanni negri

Giovanni Negri is the owner and producer of Serradenari wine. He is a writer, a journalist, an entrepreneur and was in the Italian and European Parliament (1983-1992). He has authored Italy’s best-selling books about the world of wine. In 2013, he was awarded the Wine Oscar as the best Italian writer in the field.

silvia nessi

Silvia Nessi is an architect, a founding member and a member of the board of directors of ASF Architects Without Borders Italy. She is specialized in the design of complex social processes, and she was the “Head of Social Projects” at the cooperative ABCittà for three years; since 2010, she has been a founding member of the social promotion association ASISA, which promotes projects and processes for environmental regeneration.

pietro palladino

Pietro Palladino is an electrical engineer, a co-owner of the studio Ferrara-Palladino & Co., which operates in the field of lighting and luminaires design. He is a lecturer at the department of architecture of the Polytechnic University of Milan, where he gives lectures on lighting engineering and lighting design. He provides consultancy to the Prosecutor's Office and the Court of Milan.

andrea pandolfi

Andrea Pandolfi is a freelance architect. He deals with architectural design, preservation and restoration of cultural heritage, and strategic projects for the enhancement of cultural heritage.

michele paradiso

Michele Paradiso is an associate professor of building science at the Architecture Department of the University of Florence. He has carried out research on history, construction techniques, collapse mechanisms, and techniques for consolidating masonry arches and vaults, as he advocates the need for a non-aggressive and compatible consolidation that should be as close as possible to natural consolidation.

francesco poli

Francesco Poli is an architect committed to experimenting with natural architecture based on plant materials. He organizes construction workshops through the association LAN – architecture workshop. He works with the association Metriquali to disseminate knowledge and raise awareness of self-construction techniques.

domenico potenza

Domenico Potenza is an adjunct lecturer in architectural composition at the department of architecture of the University G. d'Annunzio of Chieti-Pescara. In 2009, he founded the con_fine Gallery together with Tiziana di Sipio and Grazia Villani to raise awareness of architecture in southern areas. Since 1999, he has been a professional journalist and has written for and worked with some important Italian and foreign architecture magazines.

carlo pozzi

Carlo Pozzi is a full professor of architectural design at the department of architecture of the University G. d'Annunzio of Chieti-Pescara, where he carries out research especially on urban sprawl along the Middle-Adriatic coastline, on the importance of infrastructure, and on the identification of new focuses.

luca quattrocchi

Luca Quattrocchi is an associate lecturer in contemporary art history at the University of Siena. He has given lectures and carried out research on art nouveau, contemporary architecture, the relations between artistic disciplines between the late nineteenth century and the Second World War, and video art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, the ITAAUT in Tunis, the University of Rome "La Sapienza", the Polytechnic University of Bari.

zhu renmin

Zhu Renmin is an artist, an ecologist, an architect and a sustainable designer. He is the only Chinese artist whom Shanghai Expo has honoured by creating a museum with his name. Zhu Renmin aims to do ecology through art.

paolo riani

Architect, urban planner and lecturer in architectural composition at the University of Pisa. He has designed buildings in Tokyo, New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Moscow, Saudi Arabia and Italy. He was an adjunct lecturer at Columbia University, NY, from 1971 to 1974, a senator of the Italian Republic (1994/97), and the director of the Italian Institute of Culture in New York (2000/03). He is also a writer and a photographer, and he has authored books on architecture and travel.

lucio rosato

Lucio Rosato is a lecturer in interior design at the European University of Design in Pescara. He was awarded a prize at Europan 4 for the Minotaur Project in Heraklion in 1996; a special prize in 2003 at the national contest for the selection of works of art for the new offices of the Bureau of Judicial Officers of Pescara for his fountain Space of Narcissus in 2003; and an honourable mention at the international contest Park of Memory in San Giuliano in Apulia with the project Leaning Horizons in 2007.

roberto tagliaferri

Roberto Tagliaferri is a lecturer at the Institute of Pastoral Liturgy of Saint Justina in Padova. He was a lecturer in history of liturgical paradigms and sacraments: Christian marriage and virginity.

carlo terpolilli

Carlo Terpolilli is a lecturer at the department of architecture of the University of Florence and a founding member of Ipostudio Architects, which he co-founded in Florence in 1984. His research focuses on the relationship between architectural design and technological design, in particular in the innovation of architectural design and construction processes.

enrica torelli landini

Enrica Torelli Landini specializes in the history of medieval and modern art. She is a lecturer in the history of contemporary architecture and industrial archaeology at the department of preservation of cultural heritage, University of Tuscia, Viterbo. She managed the study centre Osvaldo Licini in the Marche Region together with Elena Pontiggia. She is a member of the board of directors of AIPAI (Italian Association of Industrial Archaeology Heritage).

nicola valente

Nicola Valente is a freelancer. He deals with the restoration of historical heritage and architectural design. He is a consultant at the University of Siena for the analysis and verification of the structural condition of historical and heritage-protected buildings.

matteo vegetti

Matteo Vegetti has a PhD, and he is a lecturer at the Academy of Mendrisio, where he gives courses in cultural anthropology and forms of living, and a lecturer at the Polytechnic University of Milan. His publications include: The End of History (2000), Hegel on the Edge of the West (2005), A Philosophical and Social Lexicon of the City (editor, with P. Perulli, Varese, 2006), Philosophies of the City (editor, Rome 2009).

francesco ventani

Francesco Ventani is a freelance architect and an urban planner with experience in issues linked with the Tuscan territory and the regional urban planning legislation that governs it. From 2004 to 2008, he was an expert in this field at the architecture department for urban and territorial planning of the University of Florence, where he collaborated in many research activities.

clara verazzo

Clara Verazzo is a lecturer in architectural restoration techniques at the five-year single-cycle master's degree course in architecture at the architecture department of the University of Chieti-Pescara G. d'Annunzio. He was a scholar of theory and history of restoration (2008-2012) at the University of Chieti (2010-2012). He gives lectures at universities and specialization schools.

marco verdina

Marco Verdina is a structural engineer and structural designer. He develops finite elements calculation codes, CAD codes and project unification systems. He manages and coordinates a professional studio, where he deals with civil, industrial and mechanical projects. He works with important architecture studios, and he designs and manages important preservation projects in the fields of historical and church heritage, monuments and residential property.

edoardo zanchini

Edoardo Zanchini is an architect and he has a PhD in urban and land planning. He is the national vice-president of Legambiente and the international director of the climate and urban area departments. He has given lectures on urban planning in the Universities of Rome, Pescara and Ferrara.