DE RIVO

NORWAY
Project 01

DE RIVO

  • Year: 2017
  • Where: Lillestrøm. Norway
  • Team: G. Convertino, F. De Carlo, B. Franco Còrdon
  • Typology: Urban Design, Competition

ATLAS

FINLAND - Honorable mention
Project 01

ATLAS - Honorable mention

  • Year: 2017
  • Where: Vantaa, Finland
  • Team: G. Convertino, F. De Carlo, B. Franco Còrdon
  • Typology: Urban Design, Residential, Competition

SPACE BETWEEN

GERMANY
Project 01

SPACE BETWEEN

  • Year: 2016
  • Where: Berlin, Germany
  • Team: G. Convertino, Roedig Schop Architekten
  • Typology: Residential, Competition

INSIDE-OUT

GERMANY
Project 02

INSIDE-OUT

  • Year: 2016
  • Where: Koeln, Germany
  • Team: G. Convertino, Roedig Schop Architekten
  • Typology: Residential, Mixed use, Competition

COMPACT CITY

SPAIN
Project 01

COMPACT CITY

  • Year: 2014
  • Where: Spain
  • Team: G. Convertino, Iniesta Nowell Arquitectos
  • Typology: Residential, Competition

HOME BEYOND DWELLING

GERMANY
Project 02

HOME BEYOND DWELLING

  • Year: 2012
  • Where: Potsdam, Germany
  • Team: G. Convertino
  • Typology: Residential, Competition

PANTELLERIA WATERFRONT

ITALY
Project 03

PANTELLERIA WATERFRONT

  • Year: 2011
  • Where: Pantelleria, Italy
  • Team: G. Convertino, NuvolaB Architetti Associati
  • Typology: Public space, 1°PRZ. Competition

GREEN ARCHIPELAGO

GERMANY
Project 04

GREEN ARCHIPELAGO

  • Year: 2009
  • Where: Berlin, Germnany
  • Team: G. Convertino, C. Framont, M. Moser
  • Typology: Public space
  • BIO
  • Gilda Convertino is an Italian born architect, specialized in public space and urban landscape, working with a human centered approach to design process. She is particularly interested in the contribution of public space to local communities and at the higher scale level, how this fits into city regeneration processes. Graduated in Architecture with full marks at University of Florence, she also studied at Technische Universität Berlin and trained in a cross cultural context between Germany, Italy and Spain. Interested to investigate the contemporary relationship between built environment and people's quality of life, in 2013 she founded URBANGLITCH, a research project about cities and society.

“ It is not possible to live the city if the city itself does not allow it. This is to say, city gives no places. The place is where we rest, it is a pause. It is similar to silence in music, and there is no music without silence. The post-metropolitan land ignores silence, does not allow us to rest and gather together to live.” The city • M.Cacciari