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Olimpia Niglio

Kyoto University, Japan
PhD in Conservation of Architecture (University of Naples, Federico II). Since 2004 she is the editor in chief of the architectural magazine “Esempi di Architettura”. She is Professor of Architectural Restoration at the University of Pisa (2002/2009). From 2006 she is Professor at the Universidad de Ibaguè (Colombia), Facultad de Artes Integradas – Arquitectura. From 2012 she is Visiting Professor at the Kyoto University (Japan) Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Bogotá (Colombia), and Universidad de Concepción (Chile). She has published several articles and essays in the field of architectural restoration.
Member ISCARSAH-ICOMOS, Forum UNESCO and ICOMOS Italy. Member ICOMOS International Scientific Committee for Theory and Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration.



Redattore


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Ferruccio Canali

Università degli studi di Firenze
Ricercatore confermato in “Storia dell'Architettura” presso la Facoltà di Architettura di Firenze, si è laureato in Architettura (con una Tesi su “Il Vitruvio'' di Daniele Barbaro e il contributo di Andrea Palladio”) e in Lettere e Filosofia (con una Tesi su “Vitruvio, la Trattatistica architettonica romana di Età Antica e la sua fortuna rinascimentale”) presso l'Università degli Studi di Firenze, dove ha conseguito anche il Dottorato di Ricerca in “Storia dell'Architettura e dell'Urbanistica” (discutendo una Tesi dottorale riferita a “Il lessico dell'Ordine architettonico nella Trattatistica italiana del Cinquecento”). Tra i suoi ambiti di ricerca si distinguono gli studi dell'architettura del Quattrocento, con attenzione particolare alle figure di Leon Battista Alberti, Filippo Brunelleschi, Giuliano da Maiano, Michelozzzo di Bartolommeo, Francesco di Giorgio Martini, incentrando i propri interessi sull'architettura malatestiana (il Tempio Malatestiano di Rimini e la Biblioteca Malatestiana di Cesena in particolare), sulla diffusione del linguaggio rinascimentale nelle Marche (a Pesaro, Urbino ed Ancona), oltre che in Puglia (attraverso la figura di Francesco di Giorgio Martini) e in Umbria (da Gubbio a Perugia a Orvieto).


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Damiano Iacobone

Professor-researcher of History of architecture, Polytechnic of Milan
Damiano Iacobone (1970) took his degree in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan in 1995 and in 2003 he obtained the PHD in History of architecture. Since 2003 he has been teaching history of modern and contemporary architecture in the Faculty of Architecture of Genova and after at the Polytechnic of Milan till now, where he assistant professor of History of architecture. He took part in several research projects of national interest from 2002, about the fortifications in the modern period and on the relationship engineer-architect in the history of buildings. His researches are related to the architecture of fortifications, essentially in the medieval and modern period, to the development of medieval cities related to political settlements through the comparison of cartography, and - from some years - to the contemporary architecture, in particular that of XIX and first half of XX century. In addiction to his teaching and research, he is engaged in consulting activities in the area of archaeological works related to the urban settlements and changes for the medieval and modern age.


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Claudia Lamberti

PhD, Università di Pisa
Laureata in Lettere con lode con una tesi su ''La città futurista'', Claudia Lamberti consegue con lode nel 2003 il diploma della Scuola di Specializzazione in Storia delle arti all'Università di Pisa con una tesi sui ''Testi teorici di architettura nella Vienna fin-de-siecle'', pubblicata in una rivista dell'Accademia Austriaca delle Scienze, e nel 2008 ottiene il Dottorato di ricerca in Storia dell'Architettura contemporanea con una tesi su ''La città degli Espressionisti, immagini e utopie urbane in Germania 1910-1930'', dalla quale trae la monografia ''Gli espressionisti e la città: testi teorici di architettura'', Pisa, PLUS, 2010. Si occupa di Storia della città come docente all'Università degli studi di Firenze dal 2008 al 2011 nel Master in Architettura sostenibile nelle città del Mediterraneo. Ha svolto attività didattica e di ricerca nelle Facoltà di Lettere ed Ingegneria dell'Università di Pisa, ove dal 2012 è professore a contratto di Storia dell'architettura contemporanea. Ha partecipato come relatrice a vari convegni ed è socia dell'Associazione Italiana di Storia Urbana. E'autrice di una sessantina di contributi scientifici pubblicati su libri, riviste ed enciclopedie nazionali e internazionali, spaziando dall'architettura bizantina alla contemporanea.


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Marzia Marandola

Assistant Professor - Università di Roma ''La Sapienza''
She is an engineer and has a PhD in Civil Engineering (2006): in Architecture and Construction from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, with a thesis on the work and archives of Riccardo Morandi. Since December 2011 she is Researcher in Architectural History at the University of Rome ‘Sapienza'. Since 2002 she has collaborated with the teaching programme in Architectural History in the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Rome Tor Vergata with lessons and supervision of theses, and from 2007 has also been a Research Fellow and a contract teacher in Architectural History. Since 2008 she has also taught architectural history in the Faculty of Engineering at the University Polytechnic of the Marche in its seat at Ancona. Since 2004 Marandola has undertaken research on the constructional aspects of twentieth century architecture, in particular with a focus on the birth and development of precompressed reinforced concrete in the experimental work of Italian engineers. Marandola's numerous publications on the architecture and engineering of the twentieth century include: M. Marandola, La costruzione in precompresso. Conoscere per recuperare il patrimonio italiano, IlSole24ore, Milan 2009; (with C. Conforti) Richard Meier, Motta-Il Sole 24ore, Milan 2009; (with C. Conforti, R. Dulio) Giovanni Michelucci 1891-1990, Electa, Milan 2006. Marandola regularly contributes to both Italian and International Journals including: “Casabella”, “Arketipo”, “EDA. Esempi di Architettura”; since 2008 she has written the weekly column on architecture for Moby Dick, the cultural insert of the weekly “Liberal”. She works in the editorial committee of “EdA.Esempi di Architettura”.


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Bruno Pelucca

School of Architecture & Built Environment, University of Adelaide, Au

Bruno is a Registered Architect (member since 1997 of the Architects, Urban Planners and Landscape Architects Association of Florence, Italy) with a PhD in Urban Design, Regional and Environmental Planning (University of Florence, 2006). He is a founding partner of the Swiss-Italian design and planning office studiostudio architettiurbanisti, which deals with social housing, urban regeneration and public space design. His works received many awards in the field of eco-efficiency and public space such as the 2014 Florence Territory Architecture Award (1st prize), the Innovation and Urban Quality Award (2nd prize in 2014; Design for All Special Prize in 2013), the 2012 IFLA Asia Pacific Region Awards for Landscape Architecture (1st prize), the 1st Urban Public Space Biennial in Rome, the Landscape Architecture Lenné Prize by the Land Berlin (1st prize) and his projects were published in several magazines. UNESCO consultant, he worked in Palestine to the Bethlehem Area Conservation and Management Plan. He has been a Contract Professor at the Faculty of Architecture of Florence and involved in researching at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation of Lisbon and the Urban Planning Department of Florence; currently he is Tutorial Coordinator at the postgraduate course at the School of Architecture & Built Environment of the Adelaide University.



Collaborazione alla redazione


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Pietro Artale

University of Palermo
PhD Architect, Recupero e Fruizione dei Contesti Antichi, University of Palermo - Italy - ha svolto prolungata attività di collaborazione alla didattica e alla ricerca presso la Facoltà di Architettura di Palermo, nell'area della Tecnologia dell'Architettura. L'attività di ricerca ha riguardato prevalentemente le tematiche del Recupero e delle Conservazione del Moderno. Lavora nel campo dell'editoria di architettura come collaboratore della redazione e dell'editing della rivista Esempi di Architettura da anni rivolta alla divulgazione degli esiti della ricerca, sia nella progettazione architettonica. Dal 2009 al 2013 è stato socio del DO.CO.MO.MO. Italia.


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Enrico Bono

Engineer
Engineer, visiting at Civil and Environmental Engineering Dept del Massachusetts Institute of Technology - USA.



Corrispondenti Estero


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Antonello Alici

Università Politecnica delle Marche
Correspondent for Norway, Sweden and Finland.
Architect, Ph.D. and researcher in History of Architecture, is assistant professor at Università Politecnica delle Marche, Faculty of Engineering, in Ancona. He has been Visiting professor at the Aalto University in Helsinki and at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. He is scientific responsible of the summer school ‘The Culture of City. Understanding the Urban Landscape” that hold workshops in Matera (2012), Berlin (2013) and Ancona - Urbino (2014). He is member of the ‘National Observatory for the Quality of the Landscape´ of the National Board of Culture.
He is president of the Italian association of Architectural Archives (AAA/Italia). Since 2012 he is member of the Scientific Committee of the Fondazione Ca´ Romanino aimed to study and promote the work of Giancarlo De Carlo. The Fondazione has promoted symposia and study workshops in Urbino, Italy. In 2007-2010 he has been General Secretary of Italia Nostra, the national association for the protection of the cultural heritage, coordinating national campaigns on the landscape, historical towns, museums and archives.


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Mabel Matamoros Tuma

Professor Instituto Superior Politécnico José A. Echeverría - Cuba
Corrispondente da Cuba

Profesora Titular de la Facultad de Arquitectura del Instituto Superior Politécnico José A. Echeverría, La Habana, Cuba. Es arquitecta, graduada en 1979 en la propia universidad, en la cual defendió también su doctorado en Arquitectura en el año 2003 un tema relativo a la teoría del diseño. Ha sido profesora invitada de la Universidad de Sint Lukas, Bélgica; de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia y de la Universidad Estatal de Kansas en los Estados Unidos. Dirige la revista científica Arquitectura y Urbanismo. Es miembro de la Unión Nacional de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba y de la Unión Nacional de Arquitectos e Ingenieros de Cuba


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Elisa Palazzo

Senior Lecturer, University of Adelaide, Australia
Correspondent from Australia.
PhD in Urban Design, Regional and Environmental Planning (Florence University). Elisa is an Architect/Urbanist and Landscape Architect with a PhD in Urban Design, Regional and Environmental Planning. She has been a Contract Professor at the Universities of Florence and Pisa, Italy (2006/2010), and a Visiting Professor and Research Fellow at the Graduate School of Landscape Architecture, School of Architecture of Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R.C. (2012/2013), until she moved as Senior Lecturer to the School of Architecture & Built Environment at the University of Adelaide in 2014. She is the co-founder of studiostudio architettiurbanisti, a Swiss-Italian architecture and planning office, and in the role of Principal Architect she was involved in several plan and projects, in Europe, Middle East and P.R.C. Elisa has been cooperating with UNESCO in Yemen, Palestine and Mongolia.
Elisa is a registered member of the OAPPC of Florence, Italy (Architects, Urban Planners, and Landscape Architects Association) since 1997.


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Pastor Alfonso Sánchez Cruz

Arquitecto, Catedrático, México
Arquitecto por la Universidad Autónoma “Benito Juárez” de Oaxaca, (UABJO), México; Doctorante en el Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Escuela Superior de Ingeniería y Arquitectura ESIA; Catedrático en la Facultad de Arquitectura C.U y del Facultad de Administración de la UABJO; Catedrático de Arquitectura en el Centro Universitario Casandoo; Miembro de ICOMOS México. Fundador y Presidente de la Asociación Civil Nuevos Horizontes para la Arquitectura de las Comunidades, Director de la Revista de Arquitectura Horizontes.


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Karin Templin

Cambrige University - UK
Karin Templin studied architecture and urban design in both the US and Italy. Upon receiving a Master Degree in Architecture in Urban Design from Kent State University, Karin returned to Italy where she worked with Andrea Ponsi Architetto, SUPERSTUDIO founder Robert Magris and Partners, and Immobiliare Novoli SpA. After working in Italy for several years, Karin moved to London, UK where she has worked with Allies and Morrison Architects and schmidt hammer lassen architects. Karin has extensive experience working on major urban regeneration projects in Italy, the UK, and the Middle-East. Her projects include the new quarter of San Donato in Via di Novoli, Florence, a New Town Centre at Brent Cross Cricklewood in London, UK and the Heart of Doha, Qatar. Karin is a studio leader at Kingston University and the Florence Institute of Design International. She has also taught at London Metropolitan University and Kent State University in Ohio and Florence, Italy. She is also a visiting critic at several universities in the UK, Europe, USA, and South America.



Comitato Scientifico


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Benjamin Ibarra Sevilla

University of Texas at Austin, USA
Benjamin Ibarra-Sevilla is an Assistant Professor of Architecture. He is an architect graduated from Autonomous National University of Mexico and has a degree in Historic Buildings Conservation from the Excellence Program of the Carolina Foundation and the University of Alcala de Henares, Spain. Benjamin has participated in developing assistance for world heritage cities such as Zanzibar in Tanzania, Baku in Azerbaijan, and the Batanes Islands in the Philippines. As a designer, Benjamin is interested on the current challenges of historic urban landscapes including building adaptive reuse and insertions of contemporary pieces of architecture. His expertise involves case studies of ancient mason techniques, stereotomy, descriptive geometry and architectural geometry informed by form-resistant structures. His research focuses on the transmission of building technology from Europe to the Americas focusing on the constructive and geometric analysis of sixteenth-century ribbed vaults in Mexico. His work in masonry, geometry and stereotomy has been awarded in Mexico and has been disseminated in various forums and journals of Europe, Latin America, and North America.


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Renato Capozzi

Associate Professor, Università degli studi di Napoli ''Federico II''
Renato was born in Naples in 1971, where he graduated in Architecture in 1997 with a thesis in Architectural Design –on the east area of Naples (professor supervising of the thesis Alberto Ferlenga ). In 2004 obtained the title of Doctor of Research in ''Architectural Composition'' at the IUAV of Venice, in 2005, at the University of Studies of Naples “Federico II”, he attainted the Specialization in ''Urban and Architectural Design''. Since the academic year 2006 – 2012 he is adjunct professor of Faculty of Architecture of the University of Studies of Naples “Federico II” to which he holds the teaching of Theory of contemporary project linked to the degree course in Architecture 5UE. Actually he´s researcher in Architectural and Urban Composition in the Department of Architecture of the University of Naples “Federico II” and assistant professor of Architectural and Urban Composition and Theory of contemporary architectural research. MSc_PhD_Researcher. Assistant professor of Architectural and Urban Composition.


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Carlos Niño Murcia

Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota Colombia
Desde 1976 es profesor de historia de la arquitectura de la Universidad Nacional, en 1988 participó en la creación del Posgrado en Historia y Teoría de la Arquitectura de la Universidad Nacional, en cuyo programa se desempeña como profesor del área de historia de la arquitectura y de historia urbana. Es Profesor Titular de la Universidad Nacional desde 1996, ha recibido varias veces la medalla al mérito docente, en 2001 fue nombrado como Profesor Emérito y en 2002 recibió el título de Maestro Universitario.


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Taisuke Kuroda

Kanto Gakuin University of Yokohama, Japan
Full Professor Kanto Gakuin University, Yokohama (Japan). His field of study is the Architectural Planning and especially Renovation Design. He archieved a PhD in Architectural Design from Tokyo University of the Arts in 2000. Visiting Professor at University of Rome La Sapienza and University of Florence.


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Federica Visconti

Associate Professor, University of Naples “Federico II”
COORDINATOR | SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
PhD in Urban and Architectural Composition at the University of Naples “Federico II” in 2001, at the same university she achieved the Specialization in Urban Design in 2002. She is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Architecture of Naples since 2011. She participated to a lot of Architectural Competitions, sometimes getting prizes. Her writings and essays that deal with the theme of architecture are published on important magazines and books. She is the coordinator of the cultural and research activities of the International Foundation for High Studies of Architecture in Naples.




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