Edoardo Currà

Research professor at La Sapienza University in Rome. Technical coordinator for the Architectural design Master for “Historical buildings and public spaces”; professor for the course on “Architectural design for restoration and building redevelopment”. He analyzes the relationship between building and designing in the architectural renewal and he coordinates research groups on the issues of how to redevelop disused industrial buildings and areas. He is a member of the TICCIH - The International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage, of the AIPAI - Associazione Italiana per il Patrimonio Archeologico Industriale. Among his most recent publications: “Architetture industriali dismesse” (con P. Cavallari, Edicom 2013); “Manual Abilities and Modern Constructive Techniques in a Building by Arturo Hoerner” (in: R. Carvais et al. “Nuts and Bolts of Construction History” Parigi 2012); “Vie d’acqua e lavoro dell’uomo: l’Industria della Carta nella Provincia di Frosinone” (Palombi, 2011).