Arch. Stefano Lardera
He graduated in Environmental Architecture at Politecnico di Milano, where he later obtained a Master Degree in Architecture with the highest grade, following the International Program taught in English. Along his academic training he studied for a semester at the Ulpgc of Las Palmas and he took part in the Athens program attending courses at the Mines Paris Tech.
In 2015, together with the American professor Richard Ingersoll and the Italian researcher Elisa Cattaneo, he co-founds the TerraViva Program - a series of workshops supported by Politecnico di Milano devoted to address the relationship between food, agriculture and architecture - becoming an essential part of the scientific coordination team.
Soon after, he moved to the United Arab Emirates to work on innovative residential projects in Masdar City. Back in Milan in 2017, he has started working as a freelance architect, actively collaborating with the non-profit association Earth Service.