Pietro Carlo Pellegrini


Pietro Carlo Pellegrini is an architect and scientific director of the Post-Graduate Master for the Design of Public Space based in Lucca. He has been a professor at the architecture faculties of Genoa and Ferrara and he has held some workshops at the faculties of architecture of Delft, Naples and Venice. He is currently professor at the architecture facolties of Pisa and Perugia.
His projects were exhibited at the 8th, 9th , 12th ,14th and 16 th editions of the Biennale of Venice and in 2013 at the Oslo Architecture Triennale.
He has been awarded several prizes, including the ANDIL Prize OPERA PRIMA 1992, the DEDALO Prize 1999, a Honorable Mention for Productive Activities and Public Facilities – Gold Medal for Italian Architecture – Triennale of Milan in 2003 and 2015, the International ECOLA AWARD 2006, the Prize AIT AWARD 2012 – Selection Living Interior and he was finalist at Piranesi Award 2015. He has designed and built several public space and private house, including: the Museum of the Cathedral, the Wall of Memory in the Cloister and the Home for the Pilgrims inside the Monastery of S. Gemma, the National Comics and Illustration Museum and the Technological Pole in Lucca, the Lazzareschi Foundation in Porcari, the Historical Museum of the Resistance in S. Anna di Stazzema, the Giuseppe Garibaldi Memorial in Caprera.

Lecture in Italian