Architect and Urban planner
Authorized to the architectural profession, regularly registered since January 2011 at the Order of Architects, Planners, Landscapers of the Province of Trento, Italy.
From 2010 to 2014, collaboration with the international office "Studio Associato Bernardo Secchi - Paola Viganò".
Designer of various projects and urban studies in Italy, France, Russia and Belgium.
Project leader in the urban competition "The elaboration of the draft concept of the Moscow city agglomeration development (Moscow 2012), and in the urban study Le Grand Paris, une ville poreuse et une métropole horizontale inside the international consultation of AIGP - Atelier International du Grand Paris (Paris 2013).
PhD Thesis (EPFL, 2018)
Title: New alpine ecologies
Industrialization and construction of the city-territory.
This research study offers a reflection on the Alpine urban condition through the observation of the spaces of production. Departing from the premise that the tourist economy cannot be the only possible horizon for Alpine development, this thesis reflects on the role and the potentialities of the spaces of production in the construction process of the Alpine city-territory. The economic-ecological transition underway offers the chance to redefine the productive and settlement geography of the Alpine territories, by examining anew their centrality in the European context. The main objective of this research is to investigate the relation between the economy and the construction of the territory. In this prospect, the spaces of production and their related infrastructure are used as a lens through which the question of settlement development can be read and conceptualised.
Fields of interest: Economy, City-territory, The relationship between settlement and territorial production systems, Regional polycentrism.
From 2018, Post-Doc researcher, Member of the executive committee of the HRC Habitat Research Center at EPFL. Team coordinator for the Greater Geneva project.
From 2013, Member of the LAB-U Laboratory of Urbanism led by Prof. Paola Viganò. Scientific assistant at EPFL of Lausanne, in the Design studio ALPS: prototypes for the Alpine City-territory.
|PhD||Architecture and Sciences of the City||EPFL École Polytechnique Féderale de Lausanne||09/10/2018|
|Architect||Master thesis in Urbanism: "Ha-Noi Dat-Nuoc, the Red River city in the Asian competition of the XXI century"||University IUAV of Venice||30/04/2010|
Urbanisme, Landscape Urbanism
Regional and Environmental Planning
PhD ThesisPRODUCTIVE ECOLOGIES
- Redefining the centrality and marginality of the Alpine city-territory -
The doctoral thesis investigates the phenomena of construction of the European city-territory and proposes spatial hypotheses for this project. The research question specifically concerns the relationship between the presence of productive systems and the conditions of diffused urbanity, in order to describe
and represent particular spatial models of development.
The study area is the Alpine Macro-region, now considered marginal compared with the hegemony of the metropolitan areas toward which the main investments are directed. The research considers the Alps as prototype area for a new urbanity: the different alpine territories have to deal with similar critical economic and socio-environmental challenges, but at the same time they depend on national policies and different models of development. In this sense the Alpine area is a set of neighbouring urban laboratories where the challenges for a different idea of growth, attractiveness and development of the European territory are emphasized.