Undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by the University iuav of Venice:

Tiziano Aglieri Rinella



settore scientifico-disciplinare
Icar 16 Architettura degli interni e allestimento


Dipartimento di Culture del progetto





orario di ricevimento

su appuntamento


interessi di ricerca

Le Corbusier and the Modern Movement, domestic space and adaptive reuse of the XX century built heritage, new trends for museum and hotel design, architecture and cities of the Middle East



Tiziano Aglieri Rinella, architect, Ph.D., is senior researcher in Interior Architecture at the UniversitÓ Iuav di Venezia. Qualified the rank of Associate Professor in Architectural Design by the Italian Ministry of University and Research, he has been Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Interior Design at American University in the Emirates (Dubai) till academic year 2019/2020, assistant professor of Architecture and Interior Design at Al Ghurair University in Dubai (2015-2018) and researcher at the Faculty of Arts of IULM University in Milan (2009-2015). Scholarship holder of Le Corbusier Foundation in Paris (2002), he has worked on Le Corbusier and on the heritage of the Modern Movement in architecture. He collaborated with UNESCO, as consultant for museum projects in the middle east. Author of more than 80 publications, he is a frequent speaker at international conferences and was awarded the Donghia Distinguished Lecturer Grant in 2013 by Rhode Island School of Design. His research interests concern different research topics in the field of architecture and interior design. Among them: Le Corbusier and the Modern Movement, adaptive reuse of the XX century built heritage and new trends for museum and hotel design. In recent years, he has also been concerned with Modern heritage in the Gulf region and desert architecture. He has been guest lecturer at GSAPP, Columbia University, at the Rhode Island School of Design, at UFRGS in Porto Alegre, adjunct professor of Hotel Design at the International University of Bad Honnef – Bonn (IUBH) and has taught in master classes at Poli.Design, NABA and SPD in Milan.