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Renato Anelli (São Paulo) - Lecture 17.05.2022 12:00

Renato Anelli (São Paulo) - Lecture 17.05.2022 12:00

Renato Anelli

São Paulo Masterplan: Resilience and Inclusion

 

Lecture 17.05.2022 12:00

Lecture hall C050

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Renato Anelli is professor and researcher at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism FAU of Mackenzie Presbyterian University in São Paulo and at CNPq. In his lecture – as part of the summer lecture series Di7 of the Faculty of Architecture and Landscape of Leibniz University Hannover, he will talk about the São Paulo Masterplan, focusing on resilience and inclusion.

 

Renato Anelli is known in Germany as one of the authors of the important book “Lina Bo Bardi 100. Brazil’s alternative path to modernity” (2014) and his extensive work about her Casa de Vidro. His publications include furthermore: Rino Levi, Arquitetura e Cidade (em co-autoria com Abílio Guerra e Nelson Kon, Romano Guerra, 2001); Architettura Contemporanea: Brasile (Itália, Motta, 2008/ 2012 e França, Actes Sud, 2009); Plano e Conformação da Base da Metrópole: Redes de Mobilidade Paulistanas (Marca Visual, 2010); Casas de Vidro (Romano Guerra, 2018) – catálogo da exposição realizada na Casa de Vidro em 2017/18; Casa de Vidro - Lina Bo Bardi architect: Conservation Management Plan (Instituto Bardi / Getty Foundation 2019).

 

CV Renato Anelli:

Professor of Architecture and Urbanism in the Graduate Program at FAU Mackenzie and CNPq researcher.

Urban Architect (FAU PUCC, 1982), Master in History (IFCH UNICAMP, 1990) and PhD in the History of Architecture and Urbanism (FAU USP, 1995).  

Professor of Architecture and Urbanism at USP São Carlos from 1986 until his retirement in 2021.

Secretary of Civil Construction, Transportation and Public Services of São Carlos, 2001 to 2004, coordinated the Environmentally Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan, implementing the first water infrastructure with nature-based solutions in the city. Since then develops the research project "Infrastructure Networks as Urban Strategies", with CNPq support.

Visiting Professor at Columbia University (NYC ,2016), Coordinator of UNIBRAL Capes Daad USP and HafenCity University (2011 - 2017) and member of the Klimapolis lab based at Max Plank Institute Hamburg since 2018.

He also works in the area of cultural heritage, being an advisor of the Instituto Bardi Casa de Vidro since 2006. He was responsible for restructuring the infrastructure of the collection (Fapesp support 2011/12) and coordinated the Management and Conservation Plan of Casa de Vidro in the Keeping it Modern program of the Getty Foundation (2016/19), being responsible for the first phase of the Restoration Plan. Councilor of Condephaat (2019-21).