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Faculty Bio

Delledonne, Nicola

Delledonne, Nicola

Position
Adjunct Professor

Contact
Office: Charles E. Daniel Center for Building Research & Urban Studies

Education
PhD, Genoa University School of Architecture

Nicola Delledonne received a degree in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano, then a specialist Master's diploma in Architecture and Building at Oikos University of Bologna and finally a PhD in Architectural and Urban Design at the Genoa University School of Architecture. He taught Architectural and Urban Composition at Genoa University School of Architecture and at Parma University School of Architecture. Since 2004 he has been editor of "AION - Revista Internazionale di Architettura", an international architectural review published in Florence. In 2006 he was invited to exhibit a project for a theological center at Venice Biennale, and in 2008 he joined the team of scholars requested to write an essay for the Contemporary World History of Religious Architecture, whose publisher is Cambridge University Press. From 2010 to 2014 he wrote books regarding teaching architecture and another book devoted to architectural theory is forthcoming. He now teaches Theory and History of Architecture at Charles E. Daniel Center for Building Research and Urban Studies in Genoa, where his lectures are focused on the relationship between history, theory and architectural/urban design.