Raffaella Colombo

Raffaella Colombo

Graduated at Politecnico di Milano with a Master’s Degree in Architecture and a final thesis on Landscape Architecture. She has been teaching Landscape Architecture in University for 29 years, at Politecnico of Milan, at the Master Level, teaching also with Renata Rippa, Tomas Maldonado, Achille Carstiglioni, Marco Dezzi Bardeschi, at the School of
Architecture, from the theory to the applications developing a strong holistic method of analysis and approach towards the discipline. She is currently professor in Landscape at the School of Design, Politecnico di Milano and visiting professor for intensive modules Living Public Landscapes at KEA|Copenhagen School of Design and Technology, in Denmark and in Argentina at FAUD|Facultad de Arquitectura, Urbanismo y Diseño, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba.
She has continuative collaborations with many international universities. She is interested in exploring visible and invisible systems of complexity in the cities, in order to create better visionary projects to increase human relations, users’ interaction and new strong, specific green identities. During her academic career she has co-planned and reviewed more than 1600 university projects, planning systems for public spaces all around the world, and carried out more than 270 critical university lectures.