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Creative Heritage

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Carles Llop Torné, p.

Carles Llop Torné, p. 40. Architect, PhD. Full Professor at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia UPC, Barcelona Tech, Head of the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura del Vallés, and Director of the Department of Urbanism and Territorial planning of the UPC. Teams up with Sebastià Jornet and Joan Enric Pastor to form the JORNET-LLOP-PAS- TOR architect firm that develops regional and urban plans; he was awarded with the European Prize in Urbanism in 2010, and the Spanish National Prize in Urbanism in 2006. From 2009–12 he was the Coordinator of the scientific committee of the UPC for the CREPUDMED European project, and is currently the Principal Investigator and Project Coordinator of the national research project (Plan Nacional I+D+I) “Cities, metropolitan territories and efficient urban regions: strategies and project proposals for the regeneration of the territorial mosaic city.” He is also Director of the programme “Passages: transitional spaces for the twenty-first century city” in Barcelona for the Cities on the Move Institute. Recent publications: “Il progetto urbanistico di Barcellona 2011–2015: in cerca di un nuovo modello di città?” (in: Urbanistica, nr. 155, 2016, pp. 30–43), Working with the Territory, Strategies for New Territorialities (with Stéphane Bosc, Actar, 2012), Ciudades, Territorios metropolitanos y regiones urbanas eficientes (ed., 2017). Mathilde Marengo, p. 60. Architect. International PhD from the University of Genoa, titled Multi City Coast. The Evolving Forms and Structures of the Mediterranean Multi-City. New Models of Urban Thinking and Perspective. From 2013 to 2015 she was in charge of Communication & Publications at IAAC Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, and since 2015 she has been Academic Coordinator of Masters & Research, as well as a PhD Supervisor as part of the InnoChain EU research project. Martina Massari, p. 76. Architect, Master’s degree from the University of Ferrara, with a thesis on the urban and territorial regeneration of the island of Lampedusa; second-level professional Master’s degree in Management of Small Historic Centres from La Sapienza University of Rome. She is a PhD candidate in Architecture and Design Cultures at the University of Bologna, with a doctoral scholarship in the thirty-second cycle. Her work is focused on social innovation practices and their relationship to urban policies. Ezio Micelli, p. 54. Professor of Real-Estate Economics at the University IUAV of Venice. His research activity focused on the economics and management of plans and projects with particular concentration on innovative tools in land policies. He is currently working on the effects on real-estate markets of the great economic change affecting Italian and European cities after the downturn that occurred at the end of the last 122

decade. He has been involved in administrative roles; in particular, he has been Deputy Mayor for City Planning Activities for the City of Venice (2010–13), and member of a national working group for the Ministry of Infrastructures for national city planning reform (2014). In 2017 he coordinated the research promoted by the Ministry of Culture on the role of culture in the regeneration of the Italian peripheries. Among other publications: “From sources of financial value to commons: Emerging policies for enhancing public real-estate assets in Italy” (with A Mangialardo, Papers in Regional Science). Gemma Milà Cartañá, p. 40. Architect. Graduated from ETSAV Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Master’s degree in Historical Gardens and Landscape heritage from ENSA Versailles and Paris La Sorbonne University. Since 2012, she has collaborated on various research and teaching projects with Carles Llop at the Department of Urban and Territorial Planning at ETSAV. From 2013 to 2016, she worked on urban and public space projects with TVK, a French architecture and urban design office, and then co-founded the architecture studio Atelier Berger Milà in Paris. Iván Niviayo, p. 74. Indigenous councillour in the office of the governor of the Muisca Council of Suba. Sociologist from the National University of Columbia UNAL, Bogotá. He has worked on audio- visual and memory projects which seek to strengthen and disseminate memory, family and the Muisca indigenous territory in Bogotá. Manfred Perlik, p. 26. Professor and Dr., studied at the Universities of Frankfurt (Master’s in Physical Geography, 1993), Bern (PhD, 2001), and Grenoble (Habilitation à diriger des recherches, 2012), with a profile in Economic Geography. His recent research fields concern processes of urbanisation in mountain regions in the Alps and the Hindu Kush-Himalaya region, migration and multi-local practices in mountains, social innovation in rural areas, and the general question of spatial justice. He has experience working in all the countries of the European Alps as well as in West Africa. Since 2013, Manfred Perlik has been working at the Centre for Development and Environment at the University of Bern and, since 2011 is also affiliated with the Laboratoire Pacte, Unité Mixte de Recherche of Université Grenoble-Alpes. Leonie Plänkers, p. 78. Architect, University Researcher for the Chair for Urban Design of Prof. Dr. Nina Gribat, Faculty of Architecture of TU Darmstadt, and PhD candidate. Diploma in Architecture from TU Darmstadt. Professional experience in architectural and urban design, urban research and consulting, civil participation, and competition management. 123