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About paesaggisensibili

Architect and senior fellow of the McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology of Toronto University, I'm a member of the board of directors of the Italian National Institute of Architecture (IN/ARCH) in Rome, where since 2003 I am in charge of the Institute Master Programs. My studies are rooted in the fields of architecture and philosophy of science with a special interest in biology and anthropology. Key words for my research are: Man, Space, Nature, Technique, Webness, Ecology, Relations, Interactions, Resources, Energy, Landscape, Footprint, Past and Future. My goal is to build critical understanding of the present to suggest useful strategies to build the future.

Architette di Resilienza, alla Biennale di Venezia

17. Mostra Internazionale di Architettura La Biennale di VeneziaPadiglione Italia, 23 maggio ore 14.00-17.00 Un evento a cura di Marialuisa Palumbo e RebelArchitette Nonostante la loro costante sotto-rappresentanzione sulla scena pubblica, nei dibattiti, le mostre, le commissioni, i premi e

Architette di Resilienza, alla Biennale di Venezia

17. Mostra Internazionale di Architettura La Biennale di VeneziaPadiglione Italia, 23 maggio ore 14.00-17.00 Un evento a cura di Marialuisa Palumbo e RebelArchitette Nonostante la loro costante sotto-rappresentanzione sulla scena pubblica, nei dibattiti, le mostre, le commissioni, i premi e

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Europe, a Resilient Community? Critical Practices across the Mediterranean Border

17. International Exhibition of Architecture at La Biennale di VeneziaSunday, May 23rd, 10 am-12 am (CET).Location: online on Resilient Communities’ FB and YouTube platforms Event curated by MariaLuisa Palumbo In recent decades, two major movements have shaped the Mediterranean Sea

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Europe, a Resilient Community? Critical Practices across the Mediterranean Border

17. International Exhibition of Architecture at La Biennale di VeneziaSunday, May 23rd, 10 am-12 am (CET).Location: online on Resilient Communities’ FB and YouTube platforms Event curated by MariaLuisa Palumbo In recent decades, two major movements have shaped the Mediterranean Sea

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At the Biennale, again!

Back in the Italian Pavilion at Venice Biennale with two events I organized for the opening day. On May 23rd, in the morning Europe, a Resilient Community? Critical Practices across the Mediterranean Border, in the afternoon Architette di Resilienza organized

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At the Biennale, again!

Back in the Italian Pavilion at Venice Biennale with two events I organized for the opening day. On May 23rd, in the morning Europe, a Resilient Community? Critical Practices across the Mediterranean Border, in the afternoon Architette di Resilienza organized

A Global History of IBA-1984/87

My review of Esra Akcan’s Open Architecture: Migration, Citizenship and the Urban Renewal of Berlin-Kreuzberg by IBA – 1984/87 (Birkhäuser, 2018) A humanist trajectory “Writing this book, I often felt like a weaver, interlacing stories of distinct individuals from different

A Global History of IBA-1984/87

My review of Esra Akcan’s Open Architecture: Migration, Citizenship and the Urban Renewal of Berlin-Kreuzberg by IBA – 1984/87 (Birkhäuser, 2018) A humanist trajectory “Writing this book, I often felt like a weaver, interlacing stories of distinct individuals from different

TOWARDS INTERSECTIONAL JUSTICE

Unbuilding structures of oppressionMaking space for inclusive, empowering and reparative practices This is the fourth of a series of online events by ECOWEEK, an NGO with the mission to change people’s habits and promote sustainability. The 48-hours virtual event will

TOWARDS INTERSECTIONAL JUSTICE

Unbuilding structures of oppressionMaking space for inclusive, empowering and reparative practices This is the fourth of a series of online events by ECOWEEK, an NGO with the mission to change people’s habits and promote sustainability. The 48-hours virtual event will

Rigenerare con gli abitanti. Costruire comunità.

Raccogliendo i lavori del Master INARCH in Architetture Sostenibili sul quartiere di Massima, questo quaderno racconta una ipotesi di rigenerazione urbana basata sulla possibilità di combinare strategie che operino dall’alto e dal basso, affidando all’amministrazione pubblica un ruolo di regia

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Rigenerare con gli abitanti. Costruire comunità.

Raccogliendo i lavori del Master INARCH in Architetture Sostenibili sul quartiere di Massima, questo quaderno racconta una ipotesi di rigenerazione urbana basata sulla possibilità di combinare strategie che operino dall’alto e dal basso, affidando all’amministrazione pubblica un ruolo di regia

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Tempo di Parità

Una riflessione a più voci delle architette Katia Accossato, Katia Fucci, Marialuisa Palumbo e Francesca Perani, pubblicato su ARTRIBUNE il 25/09/2020 Fare architettura è difficile, si sa.Quello che meno si sa è che se si è femmina, e quindi architetta,

Tempo di Parità

Una riflessione a più voci delle architette Katia Accossato, Katia Fucci, Marialuisa Palumbo e Francesca Perani, pubblicato su ARTRIBUNE il 25/09/2020 Fare architettura è difficile, si sa.Quello che meno si sa è che se si è femmina, e quindi architetta,

Notes for a Lyberation Syllabus

Published on Domusweb in English and Italian Individual suitcases have to be different, everyone has to have her/his own obsessions (her evolving, and always returning, research questions). Yet, there are authors and texts that everyone should know. These fundamental, or

Notes for a Lyberation Syllabus

Published on Domusweb in English and Italian Individual suitcases have to be different, everyone has to have her/his own obsessions (her evolving, and always returning, research questions). Yet, there are authors and texts that everyone should know. These fundamental, or

Cities, Democracy and the 99 Percent

Cities are gaining importance and influence worldwide. They sustain the global economy, set cultural trends, produce greenhouse gas emissions and consume energy; they attract migration flows and foster new political waves. While cities were supposed to be declining back in

Cities, Democracy and the 99 Percent

Cities are gaining importance and influence worldwide. They sustain the global economy, set cultural trends, produce greenhouse gas emissions and consume energy; they attract migration flows and foster new political waves. While cities were supposed to be declining back in