Research: “Re-manufacturing the urban / re-balancing the urban” / link to page→
Tutor: Prof. Matteo Robiglio
Caterina Montipò is an architect and PhD candidate at the Politecnico di Torino.
She graduated at the Politecnico di Milano with a master thesis that studied the relationship between industrial architecture and agricultural landscape. She has been working as a freelance architect in Chile and Italy. Her experiences include teaching support at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2014) and at the Politecnico di Torino (2015-2016).
Currently, she is researching on the relationship between production and urban context, with a focus on urban manufacturing in North-American post-industrial cities.
2010-2013 / Politecnico di Milano, MSc in Architecture
2011-2013 / Universidad Politécnica de Valencia-ETSAV (LLP/Erasmus + master thesis)
2007-2010 / Politecnico di Milano, B.A. in Science of Architecture
2015 / Iotti + Pavarani Architetti Associati, Reggio Emilia (IT)
2013-2014 / Harris e Illanes arquitectos, Santiago de Chile (CL)
2012 / M2R Architettura (Internship), Reggio Emilia (IT)