© Maria Rita Campa 2015
maria rita campa
Architect and PhD in "Architectural Design for Mediterranean Countries".
She participated in various international conferences (Second International Congress on Construction History, Cambridge, UK, 2006, The Venice Charter Revisited, Venezia 2006, Legno & Edilizia, Verona 2009, Third International Congress on Construction History, Cottbus 2009, Technodomus, Rimini 2010), publishing essays. She was a member of the Comité Scientifique du Colloque International "Les choix des matériaux chez Viollet-le-Duc", Pierrefonds (France) for which she was rapporteur at the same time.
She participated in several exhibitions and collaborated in some of which, including the section Marble Art Culture as part of the 40th International Exhibition of Stone Design and Technology (MarmoMACC, Verona 2005) and City of Stone, as part of La Biennale di Venezia, 10th international Architecture Exhibition, 2006, edited by C. D'Amato.
She is the author of several scientific books and she was responsible for editing, translation and graphic design of various scientific books.
She collaborated with the Politecnico di Bari and the Catholic University of Santa Fe (Argentina) with which was engaged in a research project related to the publication of the Spanish edition of the book "Le Nouvelles Inventions di Philibert de l'Orme".
She participated and won many competitions in design and architectural design.
She presented the plans for the redevelopment of Piazza Allegato in San Severo (FG).
She performed the design and works supervision for the redevelopment of Piazza del Sole in Calimera (LE) and the installation of Alvaro Siza and Steven Holl sculptures.
She is an associate member of the team "Filotico and Partners" with which presented the executive project of urban redevelopment of the city of Manduria (TA), designs and develops the regeneration of several old residences.