Research: “The pursuit of inclusion and spatial justice in unequal contemporary cities. Learning from Cape Town desegregation.” / link to page→
Tutor: Prof. Paolo Mellano
Miriam Bodino is an architect and PhD candidate at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. Her research focuses on the impact of architecture in creating inclusive spaces, case study Cape Town, South Africa. M.Arch. in 2011, discussing a thesis about upgrading process in informal context (Dharavi, Mumbai). Her BA thesis was about ecological footprint of buildings. She has been working as a freelance architect in Italy, in Switzerland and in USA.
2008-2011 / Politecnico di Torino, MSc in Architecture
2006-2007 / Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, ETSAV (Erasmus+)
2004-2007 / Politecnico di Torino, B.A. in Architecture
2012-2015 / atelier AMC, Lugano
2007-2008 / Office of Charles F. Bloszies AIA, San Francisco