Cristina Calleri

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Research: “Sound as a tool for space design” / link to page
Tutors: Prof. Alessandro Armando, Prof. Arianna Astolfi


Cristina Calleri is an Architect graduated at Politecnico di Torino, where she received her MSc cum laude in 2013, within the Alta Scuola Politecnica double degree program. Her final dissertation dealt with the correlations between acoustic perception and urban space design. After her degree, while getting the national qualification as art teacher in public schools and a role as permanent teacher, she kept collaborating with her thesis tutors and with the Applied Acoustic group of Politecnico di Torino, both for publications on international journals and for participation to feasibility studies in the field of building element performances and innovative noise control device.
Within her PhD, she is actually continuing exploring the correlations between sound studies and architectural design



2011-2013 / Politecnico di Torino, MSc in Architecture
2010-2011 / ULg, Université de Liège (LLP Erasmus Program)
2008-2011 / Politecnico di Torino, B.A. in Architecture


2016 / Teacher in public school, with permanent contract. Art.
2015-2016 / Onleco Srl, settore acustica. Collaborator
2014-2015 / Marcovaldo cultural association

Selected Publications

↳Calleri C., Rossi L., Astolfi A., Armando A., Shtrepi L., Bronuzzi F. (2015), Drawing the city with the ears. Urban spaces comprehension and design through auditory perception, Energy Procedia 78, 19 – 24
↳Calleri C., Astolfi A., Armando A., Shtrepi L. (2016), On the ability to correlate perceived sound to urban space geometries, Sustainable Cities and Societies, 27, 346 – 355