Rosita Palladino is an Italian architect with a MArch from Politecnico di Milano and extensive experience practicing architecture in Italy and Portugal. Her multidisciplinary approach touches social sciences, history of art, ecology and landscape.         She just graduated with distinction from the Master’s in Design Studies at Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) as an Ermenegildo Zegna Fellow. She is also the 2024 recipient of the Dimitris Pikionis Award, and of the Design Studies Domain Award for the highest academic record, her sophisticated research agenda, and the significant contribution to the GSD community.
Rosita’s work spans across multiple scales, from the territory to architecture.        With a focus on the Mediterranean region, Rosita is passionate about bringing critical understanding and empathy across boundaries using both words and design. Her work seeks to highlight the resilience of rural communities weakened by tangible and intangible forces and uncover how design can help these communities to thrive.

nice person too.

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