Title/s: Adjunct Professor
Office #: 104
Giovanna Piga is a practicing licensed architect and adjunct professor at several Universities in Rome. Before joining the Rome Center in the Summer 2009 she has been teaching Architectural Design at the Philadelphia University Rome Program and Art and Architecture in Rome at the St. John's University Rome Campus. She has previously taught at the University of Arkansas Rome Program and at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. She received her post-graduated degrees in Sustainable Architecture from A.N.A.B. National Association of Sustainable Architecture, in Architectural Design from University of Rome “La Sapienza” and her degree in Architecture from the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. Her specialty is contemporary architecture theory, architecture and urban design, history of architecture.
As principal of her own architectural firm since 2002 and project manager at several Rome architectural firms since 1991 she has designed and coordinated a variety of building types.
As part of her work, she enters numerous competitions, both Italian and international and has been awarded a First Prize and Finalist. Her projects are published in national and international architectural magazines.