Professor of urbanism at Venice School of Architecture, Bernardo Secchi was professor at the Geneva School of Architecture, in Leuven, Paris, Rennes and Zurich and, from 1975 to 1982 Director of the Milan School of architecture; Doctor honoris causa at the University Mendes France, Grenoble, 1994; Grand Prix d’Urbanisme 1994; Mellon Senior fellow at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal, in 2008. He coordinates the PhD program in Urbanism and is part of the board of the European Post-graduate Master in Urbanism (EMU). In 1990 he founded Studio together with Paola Viganò and has won several international competitions. Studio is today working on different projects at different scales in Europe. In 2008 Secchi and Viganò have been one of the 10 teams selected for the “Grand Paris project” and research.
Architect and urbanist, has a PhD in Architectural and Urban Composition and is Associate Professor in Urbanism at Università IUAV of Venice. Guest professor in several European schools of Architecture (KU Leuven, Belgium; EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland; Aarhus Danemark…), she is in the Board of the PhD in Urbanism at IUAV and of the European Post-graduate Master in Urbanism (EMU). In 2010 she is “nominée” for the Grand Prix d’Urbanisme. In 1990 she founded Studio together with Bernardo Secchi and has won several international competitions. Studio is today working on different projects at different scales in Europe. In 2008 Secchi and Viganò have been one of the 10 teams selected for the “Grand Paris project” and research.
Professor of the Delft University of Technology and at EMU (IUAV Venice), author of Ecopolis: Strategies for Ecologically Sound Urban Development, 1995.
Workshop tutor and EMU assistant, studied architecture at the TU Delft, SCIArc and at the university IUAV in Venice, where he graduated in 2003. Currently he is concluding his phd-thesis in urbanism in the same university.
Organizer of the workshop, tutor and assistant, architect of the studio Secchi-Viganò in Milan, graduated at the Architectural University of Venice (IUAV) with a diploma work ‘Sustainable Development of St. Petersburg’.
Workshop tutor and assistant, architect of the studio Secchi-Viganò in Milan, graduated at the Architectural University of Venice (IUAV) with a diploma work ‘Sustainable Development of St. Petersburg’.
Workshop tutor and assistant. Architect, phd in urbanism, he has been research fellow at University IUAV in Venice. He was invited as a tutor in international workshops and took part in research projects and international art and architecture exhibitions (Venice Biennale, Whitney Museum Biennial - New York, Milan Triennale).
Professor of architecture, urban planning and landscape architecture; Urbanism and Urban Design department, Architectural Faculty of Saint-Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (SPSUACE),
RUSSIA. Visiting Professor of the College of Architecture, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, USA and National
Higher School of Gardening and Landscape Architecture (INH), Angers, France. He is a coordinator of the
numerous international workshops and student scientific programs with Germany, Sweden, Denmark, France, etc.
2010 - Scientific coordinator and strategy author of the Concept “St. Petersburg Green Infrastructure development.
Nature-ecological shell of the city”
Graduated from Saint-Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (SPSUACE). Assistant professor of urban planning and urban design at SPSUACE. Participant and winner of the international architectural competitions and design workshops. Expert in the field of rehabilitation of the urban environment.
Author of several articles in professional editions like forma.spb.ru and Project Russia, head of URBANLAB.SPB studio, St Petersburg.
Assistant Professor of Urbanism and Urban Design Department of Saint – Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering. Graduated from Volgograd State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (VolgGASU), she worked as a landscape designer and urban planner.
Architect and researcher. From 2006-2009 Yuriy worked as an urban designer as part of 'Integrated Urbanism', a multidisciplinary group at Arup London, taking part in projects in Britain, the Netherlands, China, UAE and Russia. From 2009 onwards, he has worked in collaboration with an international research project studying the application of Soviet prefabricated building technologies in Chile and Cuba. He has also contributed numerous articles to both professional and academic journals. Yuriy graduated from Moscow State University of Civil Engineering and Urban Laboratory of University College London.
Finnish architect, professor of Tallinn Art Academy, department of Architecture and urban planning
architect, interior designer and architectural critic, St Petersburg
architectural critic, Project Baltia editor, St Petersburg
Head architect of the Institute for the Territory Development of St. Petersburg
Polischuk Viktor Efimovich
Mityagin Sergei Dmitrievich
Amosov Mixail Ivanovich
Chistyakov Kirill Valentinovich