TOMAS GHISELLINI
Architect, graduated with honors in 2002 discussing a thesis about the reuse of off-shore petroleum platforms in the northern Adriatic Sea. Since 1999, still being a student, he engages in academic collaborative activities within the University of Ferrara’s Department of Architecture. In 2001 he was a visiting student at the Swiss-Italian Academy of Architecture’s Design Workshop IV "The Body of Architecture" given by Peter Zumthor in Mendrisio, Switzerland. Since graduating, he has been leading the research on the relationship between architecture and contemporary cities, collaborating with Alberto Cecchetto, Mirko Zardini (CCA, Montreal, Canada), Richard Ingersoll (Syracuse University), Bruno Minardi, Manuel Gausa (ACTAR) and participating in several experimental architectural and urban design projects.

Since 2004 he has assumed a professorship at the University of Ferrara’s Department of Architecture, where he has taught the "Analysis of the City and Territory", "Landscape Architecture" and "Theories and Techniques of Architectural Design". Since 2010 he is master professor teaching “Architectural Composition and Design”. He has been a finalist in several international design competitions and recently won national competitions for several public works, which are completed or currently being built.
In 2009 he founded the Atelier of Architecture, which offers architectural, urban and sustainable design, landscape architecture, interior design, construction and communication.