Head of Department (Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning)
Componente Comitato di Ateneo per la ricerca (Comitato di Ateneo per la ricerca, il trasferimento tecnologico ed i servizi al territorio)
Member (Academic Senate)
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Andrea Bocco, aka Andrea Bocco Guarneri, Ph.D., is Professor of Architectural Technology at the Politecnico di Torino, and heads the Inter-University Department of Urban and Regional Studies of the Politecnico di Torino and the University of Turin (DIST). He teaches Appropriate technology and low-tech architecture.
He worked in the field of participatory urban regeneration, local development, community hubs, and public space. He founded and directed the Local Development Agency of San Salvario (Torino).
His research and publications deal with, among other topics, Bernard Rudofsky, Yona Friedman, analysis of the built environment, regeneration of mountain villages, as well as ontology applied to the architecture and construction field. During the last decade he has been increasingly focussing on low-tech contemporary architecture, construction with natural materials, and the assessment of environmental impact of 'alternative' techniques and lifestyles.
|Scientific branch||ICAR/12 - TECNOLOGIA DELL'ARCHITETTURA
(Area 0008 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura)
Curriculum file (372 KB)
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ERC sectorsPE8_3 - Civil engineering, architecture, maritime/hydraulic engineering, geotechnics, waste treatment SH5_8 - Cultural studies, cultural identities and memories, cultural heritage SH5_6 - History of art and architecture, arts-based research SH2_6 - Sustainability sciences, environment and resources PE8_11 - Sustainable design (for recycling, for environment, eco-design)
SDGGoal 11: Sustainable cities and communities
KeywordsAppropriate technology Built environment Built heritage Environmental impact assessment Local development Natural materials Urban regeneration
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