Founder Benedetto Camerana (Camerana&Partners)
Benedetto Camerana, born in Turin in 1963, is an architect and landscape architect, with a Ph.D. in History of Architecture and Urban Planning. President of the National Automobile Museum since 2012 and of the Lingotto Consortium since 2013. In 1997 he set up Camerana & Partners in Turin, a professional organization in which Italian and European architects collaborate.
Valerio Paolo Mosco received his PhD from the same University in 1998, with a thesis on iconology in contemporary architecture. Subsequently 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. and held courses at the University of Brescia; University of Ferrara and at Polytechnic of Milan and History of Architecture at IED in Rome. Nowadays he teaches at IUAV and at the University of Navarra in Pamplona in Spain. In addition to being a writer and journalist, he won three international design competitions and was awarded with different mentions. He is director of the magazine Viceversa.
Curator at The Heinz Architectural Center
at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh
Raymund Ryan, originally from Ireland, is an architect and writer, who looks at the city as both an insider and outsider, bringing the international design scene into regional dialogue.
Professor of Architecture at Drury University in Springfield
Maurizio Sabini received his professional degree in architecture in 1981 from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura of Venice and a post-professional Master of Architecture degree in 1982. He is currently a professor at Hammons School of Architecture, Dury University.
Full Professor, Assistant Dean AT TONGJI University Shanghai,
College of Architecture
Xiangning Li, deputy dean and professor of history, theory and criticism at Tongji University College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Xiangning Li has lectured widely on contemporary Chinese architecture and urbanism and published on these topics in international architecture journals. He has been a visiting scholar at MIT, a fellow at MAK Center of Art and Architecture in Los Angeles, and a visiting professor at TU Darmstadt; and he has curated the Chengdu and Shenzhen Biennale exhibitions, among various distinctions.
Director, MAXXI Architettura
Architect Margherita Guccione is director of MAXXI’s Museum of Modern and Contemporary Architecture (MAXXI Architettura) and supervisor on behalf of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities for the design and realization of the MAXXI building designed by Zaha Hadid and was the scientific head of the nascent Museum of Architecture. She programmed the Museum of Architecture’s inaugural exhibitions, cultural activities and events. Margherita has undertaken intensive institutional and research activities regarding the conservation and valorization of the ancient and contemporary and architectural heritage. She is the author of numerous papers and articles on 20th Century architecture and the relationship between contemporaneity and conservation.