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Davide Tommaso Ferrando is an architecture critic, researcher and curator, particularly interested in the intersections between architecture, city and media. M.Arch in Advanced Architectural Design at ETSA Madrid and Ph.D in Architecture and Building Design at Politecnico di Torino, he is currently Research Fellow at the Faculty of Design and Art of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, as well as adjunct professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Innsbruck.
Previously, he has been Senior Scientist at the Department of Architectural Theory of the University of Innsbruck, adjunct professor at Politecnico di Torino, Università di Ferrara and ETSA Madrid, as well as invited lecturer in several institutions among which Biennale di Venezia, University of Melbourne, The Berlage Delft, Architectural Association London, and Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture Karachi.
He has curated the following exhibitions: Unfolding Pavilion: Curated Archives (with Daniel Tudor Munteanu, Venezia, 2016); Festival Architettura in Città (with Nina Bassoli, Torino, 2017); Unfolding Pavilion: Little Italy (with Daniel Tudor Munteanu, Venezia, 2018); IARC Show (with Bettina Siegele and Cenk Güzellis, Innsbruck, 2020); Unfolding Pavilion: Rituals of Solitude (with Daniel Tudor Munteanu, online, Venezia, 2020/2021).
Director of Viceversa Bits and of 011+, and editor of Realismoutopico, his writings are published in international magazines such as The Architectural Review, Log, Casabella and Volume, as well as in collective books. In 2018, he publishes his first book: The City in the Image.
Full CV here