Armando Dal Fabbro Curriculum - Scientific Research and Teaching
The research work has focused on the issues:
of urban renewal and regeneration of the architectural landscape
of the territorial reorganization of the peripheral urban areas.
Director of Degree Course in Architecture for the New and the Old in the Department of Architecture, Construction Conservation (DACC).
Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at the DACC IUAV University of Venice.
Member of the School Committee of the PhD in Architectural Composition of the Graduate School IUAV (since 2001).
Rector's Deputy (2010-2015) for activities relating to the academic orientation, the Internship, the Placement, Continuing Education.
Member of the Academic Senate (2010-2013).
Member of the editorial board of the series TECA "Theory of Architectural Design" Clean, Naples
Member of the Scientific Committee of the international magazine of the Spanish University of Sevillia "Proyecto, Progreso, Arquitectura".
Professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Trieste (2001-2006)
Professor at the Faculty of Architecture of Cesena, University of Bologna (2007-2010)
Visiting Professor at the Institute of Architectural Design at the Politechnik of Krakow and at the Fachhochschule MSA University of Münster (Germany).
In 2011 he was invited by the MSA University of Münster as a member of the Peer Group for the evaluation of the curriculum and the international performance of the school.
PRIN 2007 "Residential settlements Design Techniques", national coordinator prof. A. Monestiroli;
PRIN 2009 "The places of residence. Criteria for the design and site development of residential buildings", national coordinator prof. G. Malacarne.
In 2012, scientific coordinator of the research project under the Regional Operational Programme of the European Social Fund, the Veneto Region-IUAV University of Venice, entitled "Construction of domestic minimum dwelling size interiors with wood technology ".
In 2013, scientific director of the Research: Design the existing - Urban Regeneration and intervention strategies. Two case studies: Venezia Marghera and Munster
All of this research have been published and have found application and experimentation in teaching within the Design Workshops at the IUAV.
In particular the work in recent years has had as thematic reference the theme of Cities Complex Areas and conversion of some physical-functional areas of urban periphery (Krakow, Trento, Venice-Mestre, Milan) and urban waterfront (in particular Venice-Porto Marghera, Trieste and Munster).
The research is carried out within the DACC and the PhD in Architectural Design, in the field of national and international research and as scientific director of grants and University research scholarships and ESF (European Development Funds).
The background motivating this research is based upon theoretical studies of figurative-typological morphology of the city and in particular on the urban structure of the cities of central Europe made at IUAV by G. Samonà, S. Muratori, E. Trincanato before, and developed theoretical research project by C. Aymonino, G. Polesello, A. Rossi, L. Semerani after.
They represent the scientific and theoretical assumptions of reference on which the scientific project of the DACC is grafted.
Geographical areas of reference are essentially those of the Venetian lagoon and of the mainland in the metropolitan city's size and of international sites such as Slesia and cities of Krakow and Nowa Huta (Poland).
Over the past 10 years he has conducted research by participating in several Research Projects of National Interest (PRIN) that have obtained funding.
PRIN 2005 "Quality requirements of the environment in the construction of buildings", national coordinator prof. L. Semerani;