FEDERICA NATALIA ROSATI
Federica Natalia is a PhD candidate at Université Libre de Bruxelles and Université de Liège, where she is investigating over the access of water and sanitation services in the urban South. She holds a Master in Architecture at Ferrara University and a Master in International Cooperation at the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) in Milan. Her main interests span from urban regeneration to co-production of basic services (water, sanitation and housing) especially in informal settlements and peri-urban areas, with focus on community participation in planning processes.
Vincenzo is an architect and urban designer with experience in community-led cultural projects and place-making. Currently living in England where he achieved his Master's Degree in Design Management, Vincenzo established his professional practice in Urban Design and Community Studies. He collaborates with architecture and urban design practices in Italy and The UK, working on behalf of local institutions and public practices focusing on urban regeneration and city making, aiming at experimenting educational projects in sociocultural contexts together with data-driven researches.
Michele is an architect and researcher. He is currently a PhD fellow at the Université libre de Bruxelles. His research interests focus on contemporary and 20th century urban and regional planning and, in particular, on rural development schemes in Europe and North Africa. He is proudly part of the collective team since its start.
Ambra is a PhD candidate at University of La Sapienza in Rome, focusing her research on Urban Morphology. She obtained her Master Degree in architecture at University of Ferrara with a thesis on urban studies, policies and heritage. Her work covers a various scales of contexts, and it's been developed by intersecting the socio-spatial implications of urban settlements within different disciplines.
Roberto is the co-founder of Chiocciola, The Home of the Nomad, an association involved in landscape education, citizenship and cultural heritage. Together with Irene Valenti, he leads the didactic activities of the Naturalistic Museum and Environmental Education Center of Pennabilli. As a freelancer, Roberto is involved in educational, communication and rural development projects.
Andrea is a graduate student of the Master in Architecture and Urban Planning Programm at the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb, Croatia. Prior to her architecture studies, Andrea has earned BA degrees in Art History and Archaeology at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, also in Zagreb. In her MA thesis, she explores a possible integration of archaeological heritage with public spaces into an interpretive system located in the small city of Solin, Croatia. Andrea has joined Paesaggi Migranti in 2017 as a coordinator from Meeting of Design Students, a partner association.
Irene is the co-founder of Chiocciola, The Home of the Nomad, an association involved in landscape education, citizenship and cultural heritage. Together with Roberto Sartor, she leads the didactic activities of the Naturalistic Museum and Environmental Education Center of Pennabilli. As a freelancer, she makes projects that experiment with storytelling strategies and local territories through educational, participatory and cross-media practices.
Emiliano is a PHD Candidate in European Cultural Studies at the University of Palermo. He leads research in Semiotics, Soundscape Studies and poly-sensorial analysis. As a musician and soundscape artist he attempted field recording, soundwalk and listening workshops with Bernard Fort, Albert Mayr and Pierre Mariétan. He established his practice with other collectives and institutions, proposing concerts, site-specific installations, workshops (Camminate sonore, Sonus Loci) and events (Phonography 2.0, Le mille e una Palermo). He counts many presences in festivals and congresses in Italy and abroad.
Musss, Natural History Museum / Environment and Sustainability Education Centre of Sasso Simone and Simoncello Natural Park, promotes research and activities with a focus on landscape, involving citizens, experts, schools and institutions and creating a network with national and international actors.
Artisti in Piazza is one of the main performing arts festivals in Italy. Renowned as a showcase of buskers culture, it is established since 1997 for its multidisciplinary offer, managing to iterate with its local community, enhancing the value of public engagement.
MEDS network links students and young professionals active in the fields of architecture, graphic and product design. Every year the group organise an international and itinerant meeting, involving 250 young people in a workshop that in a urban area, generating interests in either socio cultural activities.
The town of Pennabilli and the local association Pro Loco, a local association that keeps alive the local traditions promoting tourism, collaborating with the Town Tourism and Culture Department and promoting the involvement of the community through many events and activities.