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MARCO DI NALLO

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MARCO DI NALLO
curriculum vitae
born on December 26th, 1983, in Pescara, Italy
Present position
Assistant Professor at the Antalya International University, Turkey.
Education
2014
PhD in History of Architecture and Urban Planning at the
Polytechnic University of Turin and at the Academy of Architecture,
Mendrisio (Università della Svizzera Italiana), with a thesis entitled Architecture that
Teaches. Swiss School Building during the 1950s and the 1960s. Supervisors: Prof.
Alessandro De Magistris; Prof. ass. Roberta Grignolo.
2009
Master’s degree in Architecture (graduated with honors) at the Politecnico di
Milano. BELLA FORIS; LUDOSQUE DOMI – Girolamo Genga (1476 -1551)
scenografo architetto per la corte dei Della Rovere, supervisor prof. Margherita
Azzi Visentini, cotutors proff. Luciana Miotto and Francesco Repishti
2005-2006
Erasmus programme, Tecnische Universität Wien, Austria.
2005
Bachelor’s degree in Science of Architecture, Politecnico di Milano.
Spoken languages
Italian - mother language
English
German
Teaching experiences
2011-2014
Teaching assistant at the Academy of Architecture, Mendrisio. Course:
“Restoration and Reuse of the 20th Century Legacy”; prof. Roberta Grignolo.
August 2013 and 2014 Tutor at the Summer School in Castelvecchio Calvisio: Rethinking the ancient borgo,
organised by MusAA in collaboration with St. Petersburg State University.
2010
Teaching assistant at Politecnico di Milano. Course: Design Studio about “Ghost
villages: possible re-use strategies”; proff. Gennaro Postiglione, Agostino Petrillo,
Lorenzo Bini.
Other working experiences
2012-present
Co-founder of the architectural office +R | piùerre.
Via A. Maffucci 45, 20158-Milano
www.piuerre.com
2007-2010
Drawer and architect in different practices in Milan, among which: Studiometrico,
Scandurrastudio, Lorenzo Berni architectural studio, Marco Ferreri design.
Grants
2010-2013
PhD Scholarship at Politecnico di Torino
2005-2006
Erasmus Scholarship at the Technical University of Vienna.
Awards
November 2006
Schindler Award for Architecture 2005/2006, “Access for All”. European student
competition. First prize with Marta Neic and Manfred Sponseiler.
Workshop and courses
September 2010
International Summer School Ivrea: Reuse, refurbishment and relaunch of the
previous Olivetti working space in the Canavese area of Scarmagno
November 2006
Schindler workshop Beyond Normal and Pathological – Translating
experience, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
September 2005
International Summer School of Architecture Dubrovnik, Croatia: Naval
Town Gruz.
Publications
Von zweiseitiger zur zusätzlichen Belichtung: l’illuminazione naturale nella moderna
architettura scolastica in Svizzera in Silvia Berselli, Matthias Brunner, Daniela
Mondini (a cura di)“Le jeu savant”. Light and Darkness in XX Century Architecture,
Mendrisio Academy Press (forthcoming).
Youth Policies in Switzerland during the Postwar Period: ‘Recreation Centres for
People of All Ages’ in Zurich, in Susanne Pietsch, Andreas Müller (eds.), Walls that
teach. On the Architectur of Youth Centres. ISBN 978-94-90322-42-7 (forthcoming).
Sviluppo e conservazione nel piano regolatore di Urbino 1958-1967. Giancarlo De
Carlo e le istituzioni locali, in Davide Cutolo, Sergio Pace (eds.), La scoperta della
città antica. Esperienza e conoscenza del centro storico nell’Europa del Novecento,
Quodlibet, Macerata, pp. 79-90. ISBN 978-88-7462-578-9.
Die Schule als offenes Haus: school building and leisure in Switzerland in 1950s and
1960s, in “e Journal of Architecture”, vol. 18, n. 5, 2013, pp. 647-671. ISSN
1360-2365 (Print), 1466-4410 (Online).
Bambini illuminati: il valore della luce naturale nell’architettura scolastica
svizzera, in “Kunst + Architektur in der Schweiz”, n. 3, 2013. ISBN
978-3-03797-097-3.
Girolamo Genga e il valore politico della facciata dell’Imperiale. Il foglio GDSU
2401 A, co-author Alessandra Castebarco in “Accademia Raffaello Atti e Studi”, n. 2,
2009.
Conference presentation
19-21 June 2014
Architecture that Teaches. Swiss School Buildings during the 1950s and 1960s,
paper-presentation at EAHN 2014 Turin, European Architectural History Network,
ird International Meeting, Turin, Italy.
03-05 October 2013
Restoring Modern School Buildings: the Evolution of Educational and
Comfort Requirements vs Preservation, paper-presentation at the conference
‘Filling the Gaps: World Heritage & the 20th Century’ Chandigarh, India.
25-27 June 2013
From playgrounds to ‘recreation centres for people of all ages’: youth policies in
Zurich during the 1950s, paper-presentation at the conference of the Society for the
History of Children and Childhood, University of Nottingham, Nottingham,
England.
05-06 June 2013
‘School Building as Reflection of a Community’: Swiss Schools during the 1960s,
paper-presentation at the symposium ‘School is another place: the making and
meaning of the school environment in the twentieth century’, Menzies Centre for
Australian studies, King’s College, London, England.
24-25 September 2012 Licht, Lu, Sonne nell’architettura scolastica svizzera del XX secolo. Evoluzione dei
sistemi di illuminazione naturale e problematiche di restauro, paper-presentation at
the workshop ‘Open Windows’, within the research project ‘From Ravenna to Vals.
Light and Darkness in Architecture form the Middle Ages to the Present’, Academy
of Architecture, Mendrisio, Switzerland.
17-18 February 2012
Die Schule als offenes Haus: School building and Leisure Time in Switzerland in the
1950s and 1960s, talk at the international conference ‘Architecture for Leisure in
Postwar Europe [1945-1989]’, Department of Architecture, Urbanism and Planning K.U.Leuven, Belgium.
03 February 2012
Patrimonialisation de l’architecture scolaire d’après-guerre en Suisse, conference talk
at the ‘“Séminaire doctoral libre en histoire de l’architecture” L’histoire de
l’architecture entre histoire et patrimoine: quelles pratiques, entre distance critique et
engagement?’, Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art, Paris.
09 January 2011
BELLA FORIS; LUDOSQUE DOMI – Girolamo Genga (1476 -1551) scenografo
architetto per la corte dei Della Rovere, conference talk at the cycle of conference
‘Dieci Pezzi Facili - cose rare preziose e insolite dalla Biblioteca e dai Musei
Oliveriani di Pesaro’, at the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio of Pesaro.
Scientific committee
2014
Jury member for the Eight edition of the Annual Prize of the Bruno Zevi Foundation,
Rome, For a Historical-Critical Essay on Architecture.
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