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Ilaria Cattabriga

Adjunct professor

Department of Architecture

Research fellow

Department of Architecture

Teaching tutor

Department of Architecture


Keywords: History of Architecture, Leonardo Ricci, United States, Architecture in Italy in the post-war period, project for the community space, matrices, megastructure, Model Cities, Urban Design, Visual Design, Semiotica e Architettura

Ilaria Cattabriga is a PhD in Architecture and Design Cultures, achieved at the University of Bologna. She studied at the School of Architecture and Engineering of the University of Bologna, where she graduated with a thesis work in History of Architecture in 2016.

Her interests are in post-war architecture and her PhD research project concerned the figure of the Italian architect Leonardo Ricci focusing on his American tranfer during the period 1952-1972, which is going to be published shortly with the title Leonardo Ricci in the United States (1952-1972). A Twenty-year American Transfer as a Turning Experience in Teaching and Design by LetteraVentidue.

She has collaborated on architecture exhibitions in 2019 and 2020 about Leonardo Ricci as well as on national and international research projects: she was free researcher at UBA for the interdipartimental project SPEME (Questioning Traumatic Heritage: Spaces of Memory in Europe, Argentina, Colombia) in 2018, helping in collecting research materials on the traumatic memory of the dictatorship in Argentina and in national and international conferences, then free researcher at MIT in 2019.

She is adjunct professor of Construction History (Architecture-Building Engineering in Bologna), History and Theory of Architecture and Landscape (Creative Practices in Cities and Landscape) tutor and assistant professor of History of Architecture both at Architecture and Design degree courses (Bologna and Cesena campuses).

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