Valerio Paolo Mosco (ITA)
Graduated in Rome in Architecture 1992 with maximum of vote and in the same University he received a Phd in Design in 1998 with a thesis on iconology in contemporary architecture. Subsequently he taught at the University of Rome and Pescara as an assistant and he worked as a contractor professor at IUAV, University of Venice, where he became researcher and later qualified as associate professor. He taught as a visiting professor in I.I.T. (Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago in 2006/2007) and held courset at the University of Brescia (University of engineering, 2008); University of Ferrara (University of Architecture, 2008-2010) and at Politecnico of Milan (History of Architecture; English course, 2010-2013) and History of Architecture at IED in Rome (Istituto Europeo Design; italian and english course, 2010- 2017). Nowadays he teachs at IUAV (Studio and Theory of Architecture) and at the University of Navarra in Pamplona in Spain (History of Architecture, 2016-2018). He won three international design competitions and awared different mentions. He wrote several books, three of them translated in english and frenc. He is director of the magazine Viceversa.