Ilaria Di Carlo

Ilaria Di Carlo is an architect and urban planner.
Graduated with Honors at the Polytechnic of Milan in XXX, she obtained a Master in Landscape Urbanism at the Architectural Association in London in CCC
In 2003 she started working for HOK International ltd. In 2005 she moved to Skidmore Owings and Merrill where she was appointed Associate and remained for 5 years. In 2010 she returned to Italy to open her own office, IDC_studio, in Rome.
Her work has been exhibited and published in various occasions at the Venice Biennale, the Rotterdam Biennale (NAI) and at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London.
Ilaria’s work in the office has been juxtaposed at the same time by research as well as teaching activity: she has been visiting tutor at the Polytechnic of Milan, the Architectural Association, the Bartlett School of Architecture, the Westminster School of Architecture in London and the University of Trento.
From 2009 to 2013 she was appointed UCL Teaching Fellow in the Master in Urban Design at the Bartlett School of Architecture, London.
She has been lecturing worldwide and she regularly participates as speaker at international symposiums and conferences.
In 2016 she concluded her PHD research in Environmental Engineering at the University of Trento, obtaining the title of Doctor Europeus with the her  thesis entitled “The Aesthetics of Sustainability. Systemic thinking and self-organization in the evolution of cities” which is the basis of this book.