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“Interiors to architecture, architecture to landscape, architecture or landscape to urban fabric, my work finds its foundation in the intersection of different disciplines, creating a bridge which binds them.”
Irene Curulli, an architect and landscape architect, is Assistant Professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Her teaching and research interests have been fostered by years of teaching and mentoring at the Università degli Studi Mediterranea (Italy), Cornell University (USA) and the University of Oregon (USA). Irene’s subject expertise lies at the intersection of architecture and landscape architecture, focusing on the transformation of urban wastelands and post-industrial landscapes, particularly water-related ones, towards the implementation of a sustainable city. She is author of three books on this subject. She is currently developing the research ‘Water Wise Landscapes’ focused on industrial heritage reuse with relation to water and the climate change.
In 2007, Irene organized the International Conference ‘Urban Wastelands’ at the TU/e, where she also developed a two-year research program into the transformation of abandoned industrial waterfronts. The research was funded by the 'Excellentiefonds' at TU/e and from the Provincie-Noord Brabant (The Netherlands). This research folded in a 2011 European Commission-funded project named E.L.I.R. (European Laboratory of Industrial Reuse) of which she was scientific coordinator. The project involved 7 European Universities. She is the coordinator of several multi-disciplinary ERASMUS+ projects.
Irene’s emphasis on synergetic and integrative exchange across design disciplines is rooted in her educational background, comprising a degree in architecture from the Università degli Studi Mediterranea (Italy), and in Landscape Architecture from the University of Wageningen (The Netherlands), a post-graduate Master at the Berlage Institute Amsterdam and a Ph.D. on the ‘Landscape Attitude’ in contemporary Architectural Design’ from the University of Naples (Italy).In 2000 she won a fellowship from Cornell University, USA where she taught and also researched the subject of wastelands and was awarded of a jury position at Harvard University and at University of Pennsylvania. In 2012 she was visiting assistant professor at the University of Oregon, USA where she taught several design studio courses and researched on five abandoned industrial sites along the Willamette River. Irene was awarded the prize ‘Best Master Teacher’ of TU/e in 2010.
Irene Curulli runs the Amsterdam based office Terrafirma. The strength of her projects lies in the inextricable weave between landscape and architecture and the specificity of the contexts represents the raw material for the design. Irene Curulli’s experience includes projects with Gigantes Zenghelis Architects, de Architekten Cie and with Inside Outside in several designs by OMA. She has also published numerous articles on Dutch architecture in ‘Space & Society’ magazine.
(weblink: www.terrafirma.nl )
2015-present: Member of the research group INTEGRO
2014-present: Member of ICOMOS, The Netherlands
2014-present: Member of TICCIH
2016: Expert reviewer for Change Over Time, International Journal on Conservation and The Built Environment, USA
2015: Expert reviewer for Journal of Architecture and Urban Design, Taylor & Francis, UK
2013: Expert reviewer for ICOMOS-UNESCO, Dossier for The Grand Canal of China, nomination proposal for the Inscription to the World Heritage List 2014
Member of Editorial Review Board
2010-present: of Journal of Sustainable Design Cultural Heritage, Emerald, UK
2015- present: (Journal) SPACE & FORM, Poland
Member of Scientific committee
2014- present: (Books series), Cities, Design & Sustainability Altralinea International
Expertise gerelateerd aan duurzame ontwikkelingsdoelstellingen van de VN
In 2015 stemden de VN-lidstaten in met 17 wereldwijde duurzame ontwikkelingsdoelstellingen (Sustainable Development Goals, SDG's) om armoede te beëindigen, de planeet te beschermen en voor iedereen welvaart te garanderen. Het werk van deze persoon draagt bij aan de volgende duurzame ontwikkelingsdoelstelling(en):
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e-CREHA: Climate Resilient European Heritage Architecture 2020-1-NL01-KA203-064610 Erasmus+, TUe penvoerder
1/12/20 → 31/12/23
Project: Onderzoek direct
Curulli, G. I., jul. 2018, Florence, Italy: Altralinea Edizioni. 125 blz. (City, Design & Sustainability.The New Series; nr. 4)
Onderzoeksoutput: Boek/rapport › Rapport › Academic
Curulli, G. I. & Babalis, D., 2015.
Onderzoeksoutput: Bijdrage aan congres › Abstract › AcademicOpen AccessBestand339 Downloads (Pure)
Curulli, G. I., 2014, Florence: Alinea International. 71 blz. (Cities, design and sustainability series; vol. 11)
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Curulli, G. I., 2012, Firenze: Alinea International. 128 blz. (Cities, design and sustainability series; vol. 10)
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Curulli, G.I. (Irene) (Ontvanger), 16 dec. 2020
Prijs: Anders › Werk, activiteit of publicatie gerelateerde prijzen (lifetime, best paper, poster etc.) › Wetenschappelijk
9 nov. 2021 → 10 nov. 2021
Activiteit: Types deelname aan of organisatie van een evenement › Workshop, seminar, cursus of expositie › Professioneel
G.I. (Irene) Curulli (Spreker)26 okt. 2021
Activiteit: Types gesprekken of presentaties › Keynote spreker › Wetenschappelijk