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AlessandroArmando

ALESSANDRO ARMANDO

Alessandro Armando, architect, is Assistant Professor at the Department of Architectural and Design (DAD) of the Politecnico di Torino since 2011. He teaches Architectural Design at the Bachelor Program, Design theory at the Master Program and at the PhD program in History of Architecture and Design (DASP), in the same Politecnico. He is one of the three International Exchange Program coordinators for DAD. He received his doctorate in architecture and building design in 2005 and since the same year he has been conducting research with a post-doc fellowship (2005-2006) and a research fellowship (2007). He also worked as ateaching assistant first (2001-2006) and as main contract lecturer after (2007-2011) in the Design Units at the Architecture courses of Politecnico. At present he is part of the Research Program of National Interest (PRIN) Re-Cycle, and in this role was one of the curators for the exhibition Watersheds at the last Shenzhen Biennale. He has been invited last June at the South China University of Technology in Guanzhou as a conference lecturer and as delegate of a research commission of the Politecnico di Torino.
Since 2005 he’s been working as a project consultant for the Urban Center Metropolitano (UCM) in Turin, dealing with the accompaniment of public processes and projects in the cities of the Turin Metropolitan area, but also dealing with urban design activities, public communication and information about the transformation of the cities. He was also involved in various international activities of UCM: as an expert involved in public projects at the German Marshal Fund conference “Transatlantic Cities Forum on Waterfront Development” (Genoa, 2010); as UCM coordinator of the Masterplan of the Southern Boulevard in Skopje (2011-2012); as a referent for the City of Torino in the EU program “Urban Development Policy Exchange between Japan and the EU” (Tokio and Kanazawa, 2012-2013).
He took part to international and national conferences about urban policies and design processes (Genoa, Rome, Milan, Siracusa, Salerno, Venice, Skopje, Kanazawa, Shenzhen, Guanzhou) besides the international congresses in Turin (“Ricominciando da Roberto Gabetti”, 2010, “Architettura e Realismo”, 2013, and the Third National ProArch Forum, where he was a session coordinator, 2013).
In his professional career as an architect, he deals mainly with renewal and restoration projects and urban design projects. Among his works, he designed with Manfredo N. Di Robilant the renewal of a 1808 private house in Cambridge MA (Boston) (2010-2012). This project was also published on various international reviews:
“Domus”
https://www.domusweb.it/en/architecture/2014/03/21/urban_house_withbigwindow.html
“Architectural Record”
http://archrecord.construction.com/residential/featured_houses/2014/Urban-House-With-Big-Window-Alessandro-Armando-And-Manfredo-Di-Robilant.asp
“Architect’s Newspaper”
http://blog.archpaper.com/wordpress/archives/82205
MAIN TEACHING AND RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS
• Assistant Professor of Architectural and Urban Design at the Department of Architecture and Urban Design, since December 2011.
• Lecturer of Architectural Design, Politecnico di Torino, 2007-2011.
• Teaching Assistant of Architectural Design, Politecnico di Torino, 2001-2006.
• Research Fellowship at the former Architectural Design Department, Politecnico di Torino, 2007.
• Post-doctoral Fellowship, Architectural and Urban Design, Politecnico di Torino,
2006-2007.
• PhD in Architecture and Building Design, Politecnico di Torino, 2005.
• Graduate Degree in Architecture, Politecnico di Torino, 2000.

Robilant the renewal of a 1808 private house in Cambridge MA (Boston) (2010-2012). This project was also published on various international reviews:
“Domus”
https://www.domusweb.it/en/architecture/2014/03/21/urban_house_withbigwindow.html
“Architectural Record”
http://archrecord.construction.com/residential/featured_houses/2014/Urban-House-With-Big-Window-Alessandro-Armando-And-Manfredo-Di-Robilant.asp
“Architect’s Newspaper”
http://blog.archpaper.com/wordpress/archives/82205
MAIN TEACHING AND RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS
• Assistant Professor of Architectural and Urban Design at the Department of Architecture and Urban Design, since December 2011.
• Lecturer of Architectural Design, Politecnico di Torino, 2007-2011.
• Teaching Assistant of Architectural Design, Politecnico di Torino, 2001-2006.
• Research Fellowship at the former Architectural Design Department, Politecnico di Torino, 2007.
• Post-doctoral Fellowship, Architectural and Urban Design, Politecnico di Torino,
2006-2007.
• PhD in Architecture and Building Design, Politecnico di Torino, 2005.
• Graduate Degree in Architecture, Politecnico di Torino, 2000.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS
Urban strategies for the future development of Turin and Skopje: economic crisis and effectiveness of urban design.
(with O. Marina, S. Velevski), proceedings of University American College Skopje 9th annual international academic conference on European integration, “The Europe of Tomorrow: Creative, Digital, Integrated), Skopje, Thursday 15 May 2014, (forthcoming 2014)
Autorialità/politica: il progetto degli effetti
(with M. Bonino, F. Frassoldati, M, Giusiano), in S. Marini, S. C. Roselli (ed.), Re-Cycle Op_positions II (Rome: Aracne, 2014)
pp. 147-153, ISBN: 9788854872400
Dagli scenari alle procedure: il progetto come disegno degli effetti
(with G. Durbiano), in S. Marini, V. Santangelo (ed.), Re-Cycle Italy 03. Viaggio in Italia (Rome: Aracne, 2013)
pp. 52-54, ISBN: 9788854862692
Il progetto come costruzione sociale e trasformazione fisica. Alcune tracce torinesi
in S. Malcovati , F. Visconti, M. Caja, R. Capozzi, G. Fusco (ed.), Architettura e Realismo, (S. Arcangelo di Romagna: Maggioli, 2013)
pp. 143-154, ISBN: 9788838762321
Urban Project as a Tool for Spatial Integration of Urban Knowledge and Sustainable Development in the Case of Southern Boulevard in City of Skopje,
(with O. Marina), Proceedings of EAAE/ISUF International Conference New Urban Configurations, Delft, October 2012 (forthcoming 2014)
Gran Torino: l’infrastrutturazione morfologica del territorio metropolitano
(with F. Camorali, A. De Rossi), in B. Secchi (ed.), On Mobility. infrastrutture per la mobilità e costruzione del territorio metropolitano: linee guida per un progetto integrato, (Venice: Marsilio, 2010)
pp. 56-71, ISBN: 978883179990
The values of others
(with G. Durbiano), in A. De Rossi (ed.), Grande Scala. Architecture Politic Form, (Barcelona-Trento: List Laboratorio Internazionale Editoriale, 2009)
pp. 27-58, ISBN: 9788895623290