Antonio De Rossi

Antonio De Rossi, architect and PhD, is Professor of Architectural and Urban Composition – ICAR/14 at the Department of Architecture and Design of the Politecnico di Torino. He is also responsible for the strategic and building planning of the University as Coordinator of the Masterplan, as well as Director of the Research Centre “Istituto di Architettura Montana” and of the international magazine “ArchAlp”. He is the author of more than 300 scientific publications, including some fifteen monographs. Through books and research, scientific activity in the field and architectural achievements, he has placed the regeneration of inland areas and Alpine territories at the centre of his work, also working on the themes of urban and landscape design and infrastructure. In 2018 he edited the volume published by Donzelli “Riabitare l’Italia. Le aree interne tra abbandoni e riconquiste”, which has become a point of reference for the national debate on inland areas. He was scientific head of the local research units of the Politecnico di Torino in PRIN 06 “Infrastrutture per la mobilit√† e costruzione del territorio metropolitano: linee guida per il progetto integrato” (national coordinators Bernardo Secchi and Carlo Magnani) and in PRIN 2012 “Re-cycle Italy. New life cycles for architectures and infrastructures of the city and landscape” (national coordinator Renato Bocchi).