Italy: A New Architectural Landscape
Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi is an architectural critic and a professor of contemporary architectural history at the La Sapienza University in Rome. He writes for Domus, The Plan, L’Arca, Abitare and Architectural Design. He is also the Italian correspondent for A10 (Holland), Monument (Australia) and The Architects’ Newspaper (US). He is the director of the weekly presS/Tletter, and curator of numerous exhibitions and events, including the Italian Pavilion at the Brazil Biennale, and a member of the IN/ARCH executive committee. Books include Forme e ombre, introduzione all’architettura contemporanea, 1905–1933 (Testo & Immagine, 2003), Introduzione all’architettura (Meltemi, 2004), Antonio Citterio (Edilstampa, 2005), and Dieci Anni di architettura: 1996–2006 (Prospettive Edizioni, 2006).