CV Alessia Miceli
Graduated in Building and Architectural Engineering at the University of Catania with a master’s thesis entitled “A Sheltering Restoration: A Proposal for Villagonia”, focused on the reuse of religious heritage as an opportunity to implement the social sustainability. The topic has been further developed in publications of national and international relevance. After working with architecture studios, she has collaborated with the Lincolnshire County Council, on typological surveys and the definition of G.I.S. maps aimed to the conservation and urban planning of some of the Lincolnshire’s historic towns. Scolarship fellow at the DAda Lab – Drawing Architecture DocumentAction Laboratory, she works on research activities for the documentation of historically relevant architectural sites through digital representation systems, particularly focusing on the monumental complex of Palazzo Centrale of the University of Pavia.