Master in Regenerating Intermediate Landscapes


As we gear up for the launch of our masters program this fall, in the following weeks we’ll be introducing some of our stellar faculty members in a series of exclusive short and sweet interviews that tell us a bit more about these seasoned urban practicioners; from personal favorites to snippets of advice to young urbanism students.

Today we introduce Romina Canna, architect and urban planner of R+D Studio, who focuses on infrastructure as an active component of urban space and urban development. She is an adjunct professor at the IE University School of Architecture and Design in Segovia and was co-president of the Chicago Architectural Club.


Before we begin…

Your specialty: I am very interested in the relationship between infrastructure, architecture and urbanism. You could call it…infrastructural architecturism and architectural infrastructurism.

What will you bring to the course Regenerating Intermediate Landscapes? While living in the…

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