Professor Davide Fassi is an architect who graduated in 2000 followed by his PhD in 2006 at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. Since 2001 he has been involved in set-design for television and events. He joined several national and international research projects on subjects such as design for students accommodation and post disasters settlements, environmental assessment of buildings, new functions in urban context. He taught at Politecnico di Torino and currently he is a lecturer at BSc and MSc in Interior Design and MSc Product Service System Design at Politecnico di Milano where he is Associate Professor, coordinator of GIDE, member of DESIS (Design for Social Innovation and Sustainability) international team and tutor in ASP (AltaScuola Politecnica) projects.
Agnese graduated in Industrial Design and Multimedia Communication from the Politecnico di Milano. She completed her PhD research in Interior Architecture and Exhibition Design at the Politecnico di Milano with the dissertation title of “The Unveiled City. Urban Space as Theatre of Events”, defining innovation strategies for the configuration of urban spaces. Since 2008 Agnese has been working as a design researcher at the Design Department, where she is Assistant Professor, and her research fields are strategies and methodologies to build value and innovation in the urban space through interior design tools and practices.
Barbara Camocini, architect and PhD in Interior and Exhibition Design, is Adjunct Professor at the School of Design, Politecnico di Milano, and teaches at some Post Graduate Schools of Design and Architecture. Her current studies are about Interior Design, as a Human Environment, Changing through Adaptive Reuse processes, also identifying opportunities for urban renewal. As an architect, she is a consultant of private companies and public institutions, in projects with high cultural profile, requiring extensive research and project management activities.
Silvia has graduated in 2008 in Interior Design at Politecnico di Milano, with a thesis about Rest areas for the highways. She is now tutor at Politecnico di Milano in Interior Design studios and she collaborates in public and private projects, from retail to urban spaces, joining architecture and design in a view of innovation and research.
ANNALINDA DE ROSA
Annalinda, after graduating in Interior Design in 2010 at Politecnico di Milano with a thesis about the sacred, combines her professional activity in the fields of design, art and graphic with tutoring at university. Now she is PhD candidate and teaching assistant at BSc in Interior Design and MSc in Product Service System Design at Politecnico di Milano.