Fabiano Micocci (Rome, 1976) graduated from University of Roma Tre in 2002 where he also specialized in History of the Design Process (2003). He obtained his PhD in Architecture and Urban Design from the University of Florence (2010) with the dissertation 'Mediterranean Topographies: Michelucci, Távora, Pikionis and the image of the Mediterranean'. He taught at the University of Florence, at the Lebanese American University of Beirut and in many international workshops. Currently he is teaching at the MArch in Architecture and Urbanism at the Metropolitan College of Athens and at the University of Thessaly in Volos. He has participated in many conferences and has taken part in various architectural competitions, receiving several prizes. He is a co-founding member of NEAR Architecture, a design and research practice based in Athens and Rome, that received the NIB prize -section landscape- in Italy in 2013. He is Senior Associate at Urban Transcripts and editor of the on-line research project The Athens Project. In 2015 he worked on a urban strategy for the post-conflict are of Tripoli, in Lebanon, and he curated a monographic issue of the journal Camera Cronica focused on refugees and urbanization in Lebanon.
1995-2002, Degree in Architecture, Roma Tre University
2003, Specialization Course in History of the Design Process, Roma Tre University
2007-2010, PhD Architecture and Urban Design, University of Florence