Architect Francesco Calzolaio develops projects and applied researches for accessible and sustainable territory.
A substantial part of his work revolves around the cultural territorial networks of coastal heritage.
His professional experience of architectural design, restauration of historic buildings, and coordination of international networks, intertwines with discussion and dissemination of the results in conferences, articles, books, laboratories and university courses.
Specialties: From 1998 to 2003 he has taught at the ILAUD (International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design),
directed by Giancarlo De Carlo.
Since 1999 he’s teaching at the Venetian Workshop of the University of Minnesota (College of Design),
where he’s Adjunct Associated Professor at the Department of Landscape Architecture.
From 2007 to 2009 he was appointed as scientific responsible for the international networks of the Geo-mining Environmental and Historical Park of Sardinia.