Patrizia Montini

patrizia montini


Patrizia Montini Zimolo, architecture degree at the University IUAV di Venezia obtained in 1979 with Professor Aldo Rossi has worked together from 1987 to 1997. Now she is Professor in the same University teaching Composizione Architettonica and a Member of the College of Doctorate in Composizione Architettonica. She has been visiting professor in many european universities -International Bauaustellung a Berlino, école d’Architecture de Nantes, Hochschule di Weimar, Leibnitz Universitat Hannover, école d’Architecture Paris Malaquais, ETSAB, Fundacio UPC Barcelona- and promoted some important researches and international workshops.  She collaborated as partner of Studio Fabbri Associati and she partecipated to many international architecture competitions. She focused her interest on projects concerning the relationship town/ architecture and on many urban phenomena. She partecipated to many important architecture exhibitions such as Biennale di Architettura Venezia, 1985, Triennale di Milano 1995, Biennale de l’Habitat Durable, Grenoble, 2008. She has been quoted in many italian and foreign publications. She has been in the Scientific Committee of I Congreso Internacional de Vivienda Colectiva Sostenibile, Barcelona, ETSAB, UPC 2014, and in the Scientific Committee of II Congreso Internacional de Habitacao Coletiva Sustentavel, Sao Paulo, aprile 2016

Recently, she is undertaking to develop some projects of sustainable architecture in Africa. “ Sensi di viaggio nell’antico regno del Dahomey”, exposition Premio Architettura città di Oderzo, 2012, workshop Architetti Senza Frontiere Veneto “Project Hwange, Zimbabwe”, 2012, a project for un urban center in Benin, 2013

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