LECTURE: "The Handbook as performative domain of tracing" at the Seminar Architekturtheorie/Kritik: Spuren - Monumente, Dokumente, Lineamente' | TU Berlin – FG Architekturtheorie | 25 January 2021
NEWS: adjunct professor in architectural design, politecnico di torino, 2019. Andrea A. Dutto will be teaching Architectural Design (Composizione architettonica e urbana) in first semester II year Bachelor course: Atelier Città e Territorio E | Politecnico di Torino. See more
LECTURE: on mapping theory. Invited to participate at the "Border Encyclopedia" expert meeting organized by Dear Hunter | Maastricht | 8 May | 2019
ON SPATIAL RITUALS
A.A. Dutto completed a Master’s Degree in Architecture in 2010, after following courses both at the Politecnico di Torino and the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Marseille.
In 2017, he was awarded his Ph.D. in Architecture under the joint supervision of the RWTH Aachen University and the Politecnico di Torino.
His scientific focus concerns tools, handbooks, maps and technical devices of all kind employed in the making of architecture (even guns if needed).
In 2019, he was appointed adjunct professor in architectural and urban design at the Politecnico di Torino, where he also works as a postdoctoral researcher.
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On mapping theory
A.A. Dutto (2016). La cartografia applicata al progetto di architettura. Selezione delle ricerche principali / Cartographic research applied to Architectural Design. Selection of the main research. In: Tracciare piani, disegnare carte : architettura, cartografia e macchine di progetto | Sketching plans, drawing maps : architecture, cartography and architectural design machines, Torino: Accademia University, 67-129 | See more
A.A. Dutto, R. Palma (eds.) (2016). Tracciare piani, disegnare carte : architettura, cartografia e macchine di progetto | Sketching plans, drawing maps : architecture, cartography and architectural design machines. Torino: Accademia University | See more
This publication concerns a selection of academic work about the domain of mapping applied to architectural design and developed by the research group led by Giancarlo Motta and Antonia Pizzigoni, from the early 70s until 2014.