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Antonio Di Mambro has practiced architecture, city planning and urban design in the United States, Puerto Rico and Italy since 1971. His areas of expertise are the planning, design, and implementation of large-scale physical developments, neighborhood and housing revitalization efforts, universities and institutional campuses, transportation projects, infrastructure and waterfront facilities, urban parks, and the management of interdisciplinary teams.
Antonio Di Mambro received a Bachelor of Science in Art and Design, a Master of City Planning and a Master of Architecture in Advanced Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and a Laurea in Architettura from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura in Venice, Italy. He was a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University in 1987. He has taught at MIT, Pratt Institute, the University of Miami, and the International Laboratory of Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Urbino in Italy. Di Mambro was one of the urban designers appointed by the National Capital Planning Commission to design a plan for the future growth of Washington DC’s monumental Core in the 21 st century.
Building Responsive Cities: Technology, Design, and Development
as author at MIT World Series: Changing Cities: Celebrating 75 Years of Planning Better Futures at MIT,
together with: Dennis Frenchman, Martha Lampkin Welborne, Lawerence Vale (moderator), Tom Campanella,