Paolo Vitti who teaches in the Rome Studies Program will be visiting campus to deliver a lecture entitled Exploring Creativity in Architecture: Construction and Form in Architecture
Paolo Vitti is a practicing architect and historian of architecture with over thirty years of experience in areas of ancient and modern architecture, restoration of cultural heritage sites and museum design. He presently holds teaching appointments in Italian and American universities. His book on Roman Construction in the Peloponnese has received two major awards. He is author of over 60 articles on restoration, museology, history of architecture and ancient construction. Prof. Vitti is particularly interested to the use of traditional building techniques and their relationship with sustainable architecture.