Antonio Angelillo, Milano (Gorizia, 1961). After graduating in architecture in Venice in 1986, he completed a period of training with Alvaro Siza in Porto. From 1989 to 1997 he was the editor of the international magazine “Casabella” (directed by Vittorio Gregotti), where he published articles and services on emerging phenomena relevant to architecture and the contemporary city. In 1994 he founded the Italian Centre for Architecture ACMA, of which he is the director, and in 2014 he created and launched the web publishing platform “paesaggio.it”. Since the early ’90s, he has promoted and spread a certain awareness, in the Italian architectural scene, regarding issues on the transformation of the contemporary landscape, through countless international events (exhibitions, conferences, seminars, workshops, competitions) organized by ACMA and the frequent publication of books and articles in professional journals. He frequently provides consultancy to Italian corporations and public authorities including the Ministry of Heritage and Culture. On behalf of the MiBACT (Ministry of Heritage and Culture) he managed the selection process for the Italian Landscape Award for the Council of Europe. Since 1986, he has frequently worked in the research field and held workshops and short-term courses in several Italian universities including the Venice IUAV, Milan Polytechnic, the Faculty of Architecture of Ferrara, the Third University of Rome, the New School on fine Arts of Milan, the University of Trento, the University Federico II of Naples, the University of Cagliari, the University of Perugia and the University of Sassari. Since 2008 he has been co-director of the Master Course in Landscape Architecture of the Universitat Politécnica de Catalunya in Barcelona, organized by ACMA in Milan, and of the international summer seminar “Remaking landscapes” created in collaboration with the Municipality of Lisbon.
Web site: antonioangelillo.it