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Founding Director

Maria Claudia Clemente

 

 

EDUCATION

1992 BA Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University “La Sapienza” Rome

1995 PhD in Architecture, Department of Art, Design and New Technology, Faculty of Architecture, University “La Sapienza” Rome

 

 

ACADEMIC

2001-present: Researcher and Professor at Faculty of Architecture, University “La Sapienza” Rome

2003: Visiting critic, Cornell University, Rome program

2008: Visiting critic, Cornell University, Rome program

2010: Visiting critic (fall term), Cornell University, Ithaca

2011: Visiting critic (spring term), Cornell University, Rome program

2014: Visiting critic for the WAVe Workshop IUAV, University of Architecture, Venice

2014: Visiting critic (fall term), Cornell University, Rome program

 

 

Maria Claudia Clemente (1967) graduated from ‘La Sapienza’ in Rome in 1992 and received her PhD from the Faculty of Architecture there in 1995. Since 2001 she has been a researcher at the same university where, since 2003, she has also been responsible for a design studio investigating in particular Design for Public Spaces.

In 2003, 2008 and 2011 Maria Claudia served as a visiting critic at Cornell University in Rome and Ithaca, New York. She is a board member for the PhD programme in Design, Art, and New Technologies at the Faculty of Architecture in Rome and one of the founders of the Masters course in Exhibition and Public Design. 

 

Maria Claudia Clemente is regularly invited to give lectures on Labics's research and projects and to direct design workshops in a variety of Italian and international universities including Università La Sapienza, Università Roma Tre, Cornell University, the University of Iowa, Syracuse University, Tulane University, and the University of Hannover.

 

Francesco Isidori

 

 

EDUCATION

1999 BA Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University “La Sapienza” Rome

2006 PhD in Architectural Design and Theory, Department of Architecture and Urbanism, Faculty of Architecture, University “La Sapienza” Rome

 

 

ACADEMIC

1999-2002: Assistant Professor at Faculty of Architecture, University “La Sapienza” Rome

2003: Visiting critic, Cornell University, Rome program

2008: Visiting critic, Cornell University, Rome program

2010: Visiting critic (fall term), Cornell University, Ithaca

2011: Visiting critic (spring term), Cornell University, Rome program

2014: Visiting critic, University of Ferrara

2014: Visiting critic for the WAVe Workshop IUAV, University of Architecture, Venice

2014: Visiting critic (fall term), Cornell University, Rome program

 

Francesco Isidori (1971) graduated from ‘La Sapienza’ University in Rome in 1999. In 2006 he received a PhD for his research into Architectural Composition and Architectural Theory from the same university, with a thesis entitled ‘The Project of Background’, an investigation into the relationship between abstraction and expression in architecture, including research into a non-object-focused architecture. Since 2002 he has been a visiting professor at ‘La Sapienza’, where he leads a studio on architectural design. In 2003, 2008 and 2011 he served as a visiting critic at Cornell University in Rome and Ithaca, New York.

 

Francesco Isidori is regurarly invited to give lectures on Labics's research and projects and to hold design workshops in a variety of Italian and international universities, including Università La Sapienza, Università Roma Tre, Cornell University, the University of Iowa, Syracuse University, Tulane University, and the University of Hannover.

 

 

 

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