Caterina Quaglio was a doctoral student in “Architecture. History and Project” at the Politecnico di Torino. She graduated in architecture in Italy in 2015, spending two years abroad for exchange programs in Brussels and Madrid. Since her master thesis and during an internship in Chile, she has worked on the issue of public housing. Her PhD was focused on the policies and practices of public housing urban regeneration, studied through in-depth analysis of three European case studies.
Poveri noi: la povertà energetica delle famiglie italiane #7 – Dentro, fuori, oltre #6 – Re-school I Centri di Competenza A new regional regeneration model in Lombardy Fare Spazio (Re-school) #1 – Re-housing Contemporary Rentscapes