Paola Favaro

Dr Paola Favaro is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture at the University of New South Wales. Paola is passionate about architecture and urban design informed by a rigorous research and their historical and current roles in solving design problems related to the contemporary 21st century city.
Her work examines the architecture and urban design paradigms of the 1950s CIAM and their legacy; urban morphology and urban typology; concrete urban architecture from the 1960s.
She is a graduate of the Faculty of Architecture, Universita’ IUAV di Venezia, Italy and she holds a PhD from the University of New South Wales. She has more than 30 years experience in architecture and urban design practice, teaching and research in Italy, Canada and from 1997 Australia. From 2006 has been involved in the architecture and urban design programs at BE/UNSW.
Dr Favaro was appointed in 2013 as Director of the Master of Urban Development and Design, Paola was responsible for the recent MUDD program review.
She also contributed to the Milan Triennale Exhibition “Architecture of the World: Infrastructures, City, and Landscape in the Contemporary World” (2012).