Alessandro Biamonti

(1970). Architect. PhD in Industrial Design and Multimedia Communication.

Associate Professor at the Design Dept of Politecnico di Milano.

Coordinator of LABIRINT (Laboratory of Experimental Habitat) Research Team.

Rector’s Delegate for International Relationship with India.

He has been visiting professor at TMU University of Tokyo (Japan), currently member of the Faculty of Design KTU of Kaunas (Lithuania), visiting researcher at DML of Ritsumeikan University (Japan) and member of the Scientific Committee of the Center for Design Studies of UEMG (Brazil).

His work deals with the Anthropological aspects of the discipline, specially focused on Spatial and Interior Design.

The Therapeutic Habitats for Alzheimer No-Pharmacological Therapies, the role of Contemporary Ruins in our Urban Environments, as well as socio-cultural implications of contemporary Design’s meaning, are key-topics of his research.

Creator of Milano Design PhD Festival and 24HWorldWideDesignConversations, he designed (with Barbara Camocini and Michele Zini) the Arid Zones Cluster Pavillon (4000sqm, 6 Countries) for Expo 2015, he co-curated the exhibition Cool Japan_Double Impact supported by Japanese Government, among his books “Archiflop” (published Italian, English, German and Japanese).

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