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This article was written on 13 nov 2012, and is filled under Marianna Papapietro, Noticias.

Marianna Papapietro

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Arquitecta por la Universidad “La Sapienza” de Roma (Italia), Máster en Arquitectura y Ciudad Sostenibles, investigadora y activista, es miembro de la Asociación Tramallol y de Arquitectura Comestible.

Trabaja como profesional libre en los campos de la arquitectura, el paisaje, la intervención en el patrimonio y la gestión cultural. Compagina su actividad profesional con la de investigación en los ámbitos medioambiental y patrimonial, especialmente en cuestiones relacionadas con la construcción y regeneración del hábitat y el paisaje y en la autorganización social.

Ha colaborado con varios estudios de arquitectura en Italia y España, con la Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Sevilla, el Laboratorio del Paisaje Cultural del Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico, la UNIA y con distintos colectivos y agentes sociales, como proyectista, docente, impartiendo conferencias, editando publicaciones y participando en proyectos colectivos y acciones creativas en España, Europa y Latinoamérica.

Aquí puedes consultar una selección de sus trabajos.

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Architect by the University “La Sapienza” of Rome (Italy) and Master in “Sustainable City and Architecture” by the ETS Architecture of Seville. She is a professional in the fields of architecture, landscape, intervention in heritage and cultural management, as a member of Arquitectura Comestible Office and Tramallol Association.

She is currently working on his doctoral thesis at the University of Seville called “from hortus conclusus to metropolis: the cultivated habitat”.

She combines her professional activity and research in the fields of sustainability and heritage, especially in issues related to the construction and regeneration of the habitat of the social communities.

She has collaborated with several studies of architecture in Italy and Spain, with the School of Architecture of Seville, the Laboratory of the Cultural Landscape of the IAPH (Andalusian Institute of the Historical Heritage), the UNIA (Internacional University of Andalucía) and with different groups and social agents as designer, teacher, giving conferences, editing publications and taking part in collective projects and creative actions in Spain, Europe and Latin America.

She is also a practicing architect with a great number of accomplishments both in public or private commissions: housing & residences, educational, historical buildings and public space.

imágen: Bernardo Gómez

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