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Pier Vittorio Aureli, Ph.D., is an architect, teaches architecture at the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam and is a visiting professor at the Architectural Association in London. Together with Martino Tattara, Aureli is the cofounder of DOGMA, a collective carrying out architectural and urban projects, and studies on the city. In 2006 they received the first Iakov Chernikov Prize for Young Architects. In his theoretical work Aureli focuses on the relationship between architectural form, political theory, and urban history. He is the author of the book The Project of Autonomy: Politics and Architecture within and against Capitalism (2008) and is currently working on his next book – a study on architectural form from Bramante to Koolhaas – entitled The Possibility of an Absolute Architecture.