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Creative Heritage

ISBN 978-3-86859-532-1

Maddalena Ferretti, p.

Maddalena Ferretti, p. 66. Architect, PhD. Associate Professor in Architectural and Urban Design at the Department of Civil and Building Engineering and Architecture of the Università Politecnica delle Marche. 2012–17: University Researcher and Lecturer at the Institute of Urban Design and Planning of Leibniz Universität Hannover, Director of the research group for building and settlement development in the BMBF research project Regiobranding. Professional architect in the field of architecture, landscape, and urban design. She obtained her Diploma in Architecture and Urban Planning Studies from Roma Tre University and her PhD in the International Research Doctorate Programme in Architecture “Villard d’Honnecourt” at IUAV University of Venice. Books: Land Stocks. New operational landscapes of city and territory (List Lab, 2016) and La Fabbrica del Gas all’Ostiense. Luogo e forma di un’area industriale (with M. Furnari, S. Bernardi, C. Pagani, Gangemi, 2006). Giulia Garbarini, p. 72. Architect, Master’s degree from the University of Genoa in 2013. Since 2014, PhD candidate in Environmental Engineering at the University of Trento, with a doctoral scholarship in the thirtieth cycle. Her thesis is entitled Smart Landscapes: The Architecture of the “Micro Smart Grid” as a Resilience Strategy for Landscape. Teaching assistant for the course Landscape Architecture at the University of Trento since 2014. Visiting Scientist at Leibniz Universität Hannover in 2017. Carlo Gasparrini, p. 50. Architect and urbanist, Full Professor of Urbanism at the Department of Architecture of the University of Naples Federico II. He is the author of several urban, regional, and landscape plans and projects, which include the masterplan for the eastern area of Naples, the Vesuvius national park plan, and the city plan and strategic projects of Rome. He directed the research group of the University of Naples in the PRIN National Research Project Re-Cycle: New Life Cycles for Architecture and Infrastructure of City and Landscape. He is member of the executive board for the Istituto Nazionale di Urbanistica (INU) and member of the scientific board of Associazione Nazionale Centri Storici e Artistici (ANCSA). He has published numerous pieces of research, monographs, and essays on the contemporary city and on themes of landscape and ecological regeneration. He is a member of various scientific and advisory boards of international magazines and journals, including The Plan Journal,, Urbanistica, and Portus Plus. Recent publications: L’Aquila. Ripensare per ricostruire (2013), In the City On the Cities (2015, ListLab), Dross City: Metabolismo urbano e progetto di riciclo dei drosscape (with A. Terracciano, 2017, ListLab). 120

Manuel Gausa Navarro, p. 104. Architect, PhD. Full Professor of Landscape Architecture and Urbanism at the Department of Architecture and Design (DAD) of the University of Genoa. Director of GIC-Lab (Genoa Intelligent Contexts Laboratory), a research laboratory of urban and regional design at DAD carrying out national and international research projects. The Lab aims to explore and integrate the complex, articulate and celebrate diversity, and promote and give impetus to a multi-level interaction to design new spaces and transversal scenarios (territorial, urban, landscape architectural, and social) with a new relational (open) and informational (advanced) logic. His projects have included: MED.NET.COAST: Network identity of Mediterranean cities; RE-CYCLE: Reactivation Strategies and Urban Landscape; UNIVER(C)TY: The Urban Role of the University System; LANDSCAPES INFRASTRUCTURE: Infrastructure Osmotic Over Sector Policies. From 2012–15 he was Academic and Scientific Director (Dean) of IAAC Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia. Since 2015 he has been Lead Professor in Theory and Advanced Knowledge Studies, IAAC-TAK, and member of the scientific committee as IAAC-Founder. Sarah Hartmann, p. 52, p. 106. Architect, University Researcher and Lecturer at the Institute of Urban Design and Planning of Leibniz Universität Hannover since 2012. Architectural Studies at Universität Stuttgart and Technische Universität München (TUM), Diploma from TUM 2012. She was awarded the ALR Bayern award for her thesis. Researcher for the European project AlpHouse 2010–12, Researcher for the European project AlpBC Alpine Building Culture 2012–15. Collaboration with RicciSpaini office for architecture and urbanism in Rome in 2012. Co-director of the workshop Urban Elements (2014) in the sessions programme of the Biennale of Venice. PhD candidate at the Faculty of Architecture and Landscape Sciences of LUH, with a thesis entitled Monuments of Everyday Life: Interplays of City, Infrastructure, and Architecture in São Paulo. Barbara Lino, p. 30. Architect, PhD, University Researcher in Urban Planning at the Department of Architecture of the University of Palermo. She writes about cities, suburban regeneration, and local development strategies. She is member of the SicaniLab, the local development laboratory of the Sicani Interior Area in Sicily, and has been involved in such research projects as PRIN Re-cycle Italy. She has also collaborated in applied research, most recently for the Palermo strategic plan, the Palermo Port master plan, and the management plan for the Arab-Norman Palermo, Monreale and Cefalù World Heritage Site. Contributions to conferences, workshops, and journals at national and international level. Recent publications: Periferie in trasformazione. Riflessioni dai “margini” delle città (Alinea, 2013), Urban Hyper-Metabolism (with M. Carta, Aracne, 2015). 121