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

Sebastiano Fabbrini

 

docente a contratto

settore scientifico-disciplinare

Icar 18 Storia dell’architettura

 

Dipartimento di Culture del progetto

 

contatti

sebastiano.fabbrini@iuav.it

 

orario di ricevimento

su appuntamento

 

 

interessi di ricerca

storia, teoria e critica dell’architettura moderna e contemporanea /

history, theory and criticism of modern and contemporary architecture

 

 

(English version below)

 

Sebastiano Fabbrini Ŕ docente a contratto e Jean Monnet fellow all’UniversitÓ Iuav di Venezia. In questa sede, ha creato i progetti di ricerca The Architecture of European Integration e Project Ventotene, che conduce nell’ambito del programma post-doc. Sulla base di tale lavoro, ha ottenuto un finanziamento Jean Monnet della Commissione Europea, grazie al quale ha costruito un nuovo modulo triennale di ricerca e didattica allo Iuav. In precedenza, ha conseguito un PhD in architettura alla University of California Los Angeles, lavorando come teaching fellow nel dipartimento di architettura e studi urbani. Durante questo periodo, ha anche collaborato con il Getty Research Institute e il Canadian Centre for Architecture. Prima del dottorato, ha studiato all’UniversitÓ di Ferrara, la University of California Berkeley e TU Delft. ╚ abilitato all’esercizio della professione di architetto. Tra vari altri riconoscimenti, ha recentemente ottenuto una borsa DAAD per una visiting fellowship a TU Darmstadt. ╚ l’autore del libro The State of Architecture: Aldo Rossi and the Tools of Internationalization (Poligrafo, 2020) e ha pubblicato su numerose riviste, tra cui Thresholds, Ardeth e Architectural Histories. La sua ricerca si concentra sul mutevole rapporto tra architettura e potere, guardando al ridimensionamento dello stato nel secondo Novecento e al processo di integrazione Europea.

 

 

Sebastiano Fabbrini is adjunct professor and Jean Monnet fellow at UniversitÓ Iuav di Venezia. In this framework, he created the research projects The Architecture of European Integration and Project Ventotene, which he conducts within the post-doc programme. On the basis of this work, he was awarded a Jean Monnet grant by the European Commission, which allowed him to build a new three-year research and teaching module at the Iuav. He holds a PhD in architecture from the University of California Los Angeles, where he also worked as a teaching fellow in the department of architecture and urban design. During this time, he also collaborated with the Getty Research Institute and the Canadian Centre for Architecture. He previously studied at UniversitÓ di Ferrara, the University of California Berkeley and TU Delft. He is a licensed architect. Among several other awards, he recently received a DAAD grant for a visiting fellowship at TU Darmstadt. He is the author of the book The State of Architecture: Aldo Rossi and the Tools of Internationalization (Poligrafo, 2020) and multiple other writings, including articles for Thresholds, Ardeth and Architectural Histories. His research focuses on the changing relationship between architecture and power, addressing the rescaling of statehood in the post-war period and the process of European integration.