giacomina di salvo
environmental studieshydrangea s.r.l.
geological studiesbruno quadrio
restoration and historic studiesfabiana cesarano
structures and engineeringexup s.r.l.
luca speroncini (teamprogetti)
Francesco Fazzio (Roma 1972)
Architect, he graduated in 1997 in “La Sapienza” University of Rome discussing a degree thesis on Fiumicino master plan. PhD in Town Planning with a research on relationships between planning and archaeology (ANCSA – National Historical Towns Association award 2003 and INU – National Planning Institute award 2005). His commitments are focused on professional activities, researches and teaching. As a professional he has been in charge of different kinds of works such as architectural design, local and territorial plans, historical towns plans, urban design. In his research activity he also studied urban archaeology, seismic risk prevention in planning (as a research fellow in CNR – National Research Council), landscape planning. He taught Town Planning in different classes in Rome and Camerino University and took part in different conferences and meetings in Italy and Europe.
His main publications are: Gli spazi dell’archeologia. Temi per il progetto urbanistico (Spaces of archeology. Themes for Planning), 2005; Archeologia e piano urbanistico (Archaeology and Planning), in “Urbanistica” n. 124, 2004; Il territorio rinnovato. Uno sguardo urbanistico sulla ricostruzione post-sismica in Umbria 1997-2007 (A renewed Territory. A Planning outlook over post-seismic Reconstruction in Umbria, 1997-2007) (ed., with G. Nigro), 2007