Lecturer in Architectural Technologies
Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning
Eugenia is the leading editor of Rethinking Building Skins: transformative technologies and research trajectories - an ambitious editorial project that brings together the expertise, creativity, and critical thinking of more than sixty global facade innovators from both academia and industry.
She is a Lecturer in Architectural Technologies at the University of Sydney since 2019, and Chair of the USYD Pride Network. She holds a PhD in Building Technology with honours from the Department of Architecture, Built Environment and Construction Engineering of Politecnico di Milano. At the same institution, she obtained her master’s degree in building engineering, and was invited to complete the double degree excellence program in parallel with Alta Scuola Politecnica.
Eugenia’s research interest is in the field of sustainable construction with a strong emphasis on multi-disciplinarity as a key factor for innovation. She is an expert in the field of industrialised timber technologies and advanced building envelopes, developing strategies to reduce buildings’ environmental impact, increase construction productivity and promote circular approaches for sustainable development.