Agostino Strina is an architect and a PhD Candidate in Urban and Regional Development at Politecnico di Torino. He holds a master’s degree in Architecture for the Sustainability Design with a thesis focused on the internal areas of Sardinia, with the aim of rethinking some trajectories of regional development. His research deals with theories and cultures of contemporary urban design, with a particular focus on the relation between urban and rural, investigating the role of production landscapes and infrastructures. On these issues, since November 2020, he is conducting his research at FULL. He is also member of Politecnico’s research group China Room, as junior fellow, and teaching assistant in Urban Planning at Politecnico di Torino.