Teachers

Maria Vittoria Capitanucci

A Graduate of Architecture at the Politecnico of Milan, Maria Vittoria is certified in the architectural profession since 1993 as well as curator of the material at the architectural faculty for courses in "history of architecture" held by Professor Fulvio Irace in Milan and Mantova Italy. She achieved her doctorate degree in research of history and critique of architecture at the architectural faculty at Università Federico II in Naples Italy, where she is currently part of the staff of professors for the academic year 2001-2002. Since 1997 M.V. has been put in charge of the "Agnoldomenico Pica" Archive by the historical architecture conservation department and in 2001, she received the scholarship for young researchers at the Politecnico as well as teaching courses at IDI in Milan Italy. Since October 2000, M.V. is a member of the editorial team for the periodical "Costruire" and is responsible for the section on cultural projects, she also collaborates on a regular basis for magazines such as "Giornale Dell'Architettura"; "Abitare" and for the Sunday insert for the daily publication "Il Sole 24 Ore". Organising exhibitions, events and seminars, M.V.C. is currently involved in the committee at the Triennale of Milan for the exhibition of by Luca Molinari 1945 - 2000, Architecture in Italy.

Maurizio Carones

Architect and PhD in Architectural and Urban Design at the Politecnico di Milano. Since 1999 he is councillor of the Order  of Architects of Milan. He has taught at the Politecnico di Torino, IED, ISAD, currently teacher at the Politecnico di Milano and the University of Bergamo. He has published studies on architecture and on the contemporary cities. Since March 2001, he is director of the magazine “AL”. In 2010 he founded the magazine “Elementi. Temi di costruzione dell'architettura”, of which he is director. His professional activity is directed mainly to the design, also through participation to numerous competitions in which he has won several awards.

Livio Cazzulani

Born in 1965, architect and graphic designer, he graduates from Politecnico di Milano with a thesis on natural ventilation awarded by Milan Architects’ Order. After a collaboration with the BEST Department of Politecnico di Milano, in 2005 he founded the office of architecture Cazzulani & Donatone, specialised in bioclimatic design. Since 2007 he’s a building energy certifyer. In parallel he works as an illustrator and a concept artist to various editors, public administrations and offices of architecture. Besides teaching in ISAD, he’s also a teacher of Visual Composition and Design in a school of Graphic Design in Milan.

Agata De Laurentiis

After gaining a degree in History of Art and Cinema from the University of Parma, she became Head of Communication for the television channel Sky Classica, where she has worked for 6 years. She also collaborates with several institutions in Milan on projects linked to cinema and teaches courses for adults and children. She writes about cinema and music for the website: ilcorrieremusicale.it

Margherita Fenati

Degree in Architecture, University of Ferrara, with a thesis in landscape design (2007). Master Degree in Landscape design “Extraordinary Landscapes. Landscape Art Architecture”, Politecnico di Milano - NABA Milano (2009). Since 2007 she works as landscape architect between Bologna and Milan, working with different architecture and landscape offices. She developes research projects on public space and landscape collaborating with different professionial people.

Fabio Folla

Fabio has more than ten years of experience with digital creativity. He worked as illustrator, webmaster, teacher, teacher of the game, animator, storyboarder, writer and character designer. He has exhibited his works in various group shows and received Mediastars "technical awards for advertising" for animation and interactive design. After attending the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera , specializes in the creation of illustraztion  and comics at the School of Comic Mialno and the International School of Florence comics. Collaborate as a teacher at the Varesecorsi, companies and cultural associations.

Giuseppe Iacobino

Born in Cariati (CS) in 1980. In 2005 he graduated in Industrial Design with specialization in Lighting Design. Since 2006 he collaborates with the Ferrara-Palladino Studio, illuminating the monumental sites of Matera, the central station in Milan, Rome and Florence and developing devices, reflectors and lenses for companies like FontanaArte, Disano, TreCiLuce and Ruud. In 2009 he founded the lighting design "iacobinosnaghi" with Michael Osnaghi. In 2009 he won the LED Award 2009 in Milan, illuminating the church of San Francesco al Fopponino. Since 2009 he is APIL member.

Enrico Baleri, Luciano Bandi, Gabriele Basilico, MasBedo, Valeria Bottelli, John Brookes, Goncalo Byrne, Lanfredo Castelletti, Marco Castelletti, Achille Castiglioni, Carlo Chambry, Aldo Cibic, Design Library, Jonathan de Pas, Alberto Falck, Marco Ferreri, Jacopo Foggini, Maurizio Galimberti, Jacopo Gardella, Giacomo Gatti, Guido Guidi, Giancarlo Iliprandi, Italian Design Network, Corrado Levi, Piero Lissoni, Paolo Lomazzi, Giorgio Lorenzi, Coralla Maluri, Piero Martini, Atelier Mendini, Guglielmo Miani, Edoardo Milesi, Bruno Morassutti, Raffaello Napoleone, Fabio Novembre, Stefano Parancola, Jacopo Pavesi, Giovanni Pelloso, Lucio Perna, Enrico Picciani, Emilio Pizzi, Vittorio Prina, Massimo Sacchi, Michele Salimbeni, Giovanni Sesia, Stefano Soddu, Michelangelo Tagliaferri, Fabio Tamburini, Alessandro Taidelli Palmizi, Francesco Trabucco, Roberto Vecchione.

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