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Luca Zen

Architect

Biographical notes

Luca Zen was born in Milan in 1964.

He studied and graduated in Architecture at the Milan Polytechnic.

After several Collaborations with architects, he opened his own studio in Milan.

His projects include: Mangiari di Strada restaurant in Milan and Hause in the countryside of Noto (SR).
Since 2006 he collaborates with the religious family Beato Angelico of Milan for renovating several liturgical structures.

In 2018 he obtained a three-year degree in Religious Studies at the Institute of Religious Sciences in Milan.

His research is marked by an architectural cultural and spiritual growth aimed at finding points of correlation between architecture and the Holy Scriptures.

 

Stefano Zenni

 

Monica Zennaro

Product Manager - Marketing Operativo - Bticino Spa
 

Luigi Zoja

Psychoanalyst
Luigi Zoja was born in 1943. He worked in a clinic in Zurich, then privately in Milan and New York, and is now back in Milan working as a psychoanalyst.  President of the CIPA (Italian Centre for Analytical Psychology) from 1984 to 1993. From 1998 to 2001 he was President of the IAAP (International Association for Analytical Psychology), the association that brings together Jungian analysts from all over the world, before becoming Chairman of the International Ethics Committee of the same. He has also taught at the C.G. Jung Institut in Zurich and the University of Insubria.
He has held courses and conferences at universities and other institutions in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Great Britain, Denmark, Holland, France, Greece, the Czech Republic, Russia, Poland, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Slovenia, Israel, Japan, the People’s Republic of China, the USA, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, Ecuador, Venezuela, Tunisia and South Africa, and has published books and articles in Italian, English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Russian, Czech, Polish, Slovenian, Lithuanian, Chinese and Korean.
 

Mario Zoccattelli

Chairman of GBC Italia
Mario Zoccatelli has a degree in Italian language and linguistics from the University of Padua. Between 1975 and 2007 he gathered a wide range of experience in the area of public administration, working in a number of managerial positions. Since 28 January 2008 he has been President of Green Building Council Italia, a non-profit association promoted by the Distretto Tecnologico Trentino consortium, which in addition to encouraging the development of a sustainable building culture, aims to introduce the independent
LEED® certification system into Italy.
 

Cino Zucchi

Architect
Biographical notes
Cino Zucchi was born in Milano in 1955; he graduated at M.I.T. in 1978 and at the Politecnico di Milano in 1979, where he is currently Chair Professor of Architectural and Urban Design. He has taught architecture at many international seminars and has been visiting professor at Syracuse University and at ETH in Zürich. He is the author of the books L'architettura dei cortili milanesi 1535-1706, Asnago e Vender. Architetture e progetti 1925-1970, and is editor of the book Bau-Kunst-Bau. He participated in the organization and exposition design of the XV, XVI, XVIII and XIX Triennale, and his work has been shown at the 6th,8th and 12th Venice Biennale.
Together with CZA, of which he is the principal architect, he designed and realized many industrial, commercial, residential and public buildings, a number of projects for public spaces, master plans and renewals of industrial and historical areas. The urban design of the former Junghans factory site in Venice was awarded a mention in the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award 2001 and in the Medaglia d’oro all’architettura Italiana 1995-2003 e 2004-2006, the Weinerberger Brick Award 2004 and won the Piranesi Award 2001, the “Comune di Venezia” Architecture Award 2005 and the Ecola Award 2008 for the category “Black Bread Architecture”.  Recent works include a large master plan for the Keski Pasila area in Helsinki, residential and office buildings for the former Alfa Romeo-Portello area in Milano, the extension and renovation of the Turin Car Museum, the Salewa Headquarters in Bozen, the Trilogia Navile residential buildings in Bologna, the new Lavazza executive Headquarters in Turin and the development of the Como waterfront. The studio’s projects have been published in books and magazines worldwide.
 

Paolo Zannini

Chairman of Italian Ceramic Society
Biographical notes
Prof. Paolo Zannini was born in 1952.
He graduated in Chemistry from the University of Modena in 1976 and began his career at the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, subsequently receiving a study grant from the Italian National Research Council C.N.R. On 1/11/81, he began serving as a researcher at the Faculty of Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences, Chemistry Department, of the University of Modena, working in the field of General Inorganic Chemistry, and from 2002 onwards Analytical Chemistry. Since 2005 he has held the position of Associate Lecturer at the Chemistry Department of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
To date he has published more than 100 scientific papers in national and international journals and has given numerous presentations at international congresses, often as a guest speaker or as chairman.
He has been head of Strategic Project Operating Unit of C.N.R. and is an Expert Scientific Inspector appointed by C.N.R. for the screening of the activities of the Operating Units, Materials sector. He has received research funding and is the Scientific Director of numerous research agreements between the Chemistry Department and outside companies.
He is a scientific expert appointed by the Italian Trade Commission I.C.E. for promotion and cooperation initiatives in the field of Manufacturing Goods – Ceramics.
His most recent research activities have mainly involved analytical chemistry in the field of traditional ceramic materials and materials for cultural heritage. For this purpose he has cooperated with the Scientific Laboratory of the Ministry for Cultural Heritage, OPD Florence, ICVBC – CNR Sesto Fiorentino, META-HERA Municipality of Modena, ARPA Emilia Romagna, ISTEC-CNR of Faenza, Centro Ceramico Bologna, TNO of Eindhoven and numerous leading companies in the ceramic and ceramic machinery sectors.
He has been a member of the technical/scientific or editorial committees of various industry journals (Journal of European Ceramic Society, Ceramica Informazione, Industria Italiana dei Laterizi, International Ceramic Journal, Ceramic World Review).
He is the Director of Cu.Be.– Interdepartmental University Centre for Research Applied to the Cultural Heritage.
He is Chairman of the Italian Ceramic Society and a member of the Executive Board and Committees of E.Cer.S. (European Ceramic Society) and of the Directory Board of ICF – International Ceramic Federation.
He is a member of the Board of the Order of Chemists of the Province of Modena.
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