Maria Gabriella Combusti

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Maria Gabriella Combusti
Born in 1989, she enrolled in 2008 at the Faculty of Architecture of Rome "Valle Giulia." In January 2015, she graduated with a top grade, defending a thesis on the landscape and architectural rehabilitation of the industrial site "Ex-sitoco," in Orbetello. Throughout her academic career, she has enriched her expertise in landscaping and in the adaptive re-use and innovation of historic sites, by participating in several architectural competitions. In September 2015, she joined The Boards of Architects, in Rome, and was awarded a scholarship to enroll in the Post-Degree Master in "Sustainable Architectures," promoted by Inarch. From May 2016 to May 2017, she collaborated with the Studio Nemesis & Partners. This work experience helped her to improve her ability to work as a team member and within international contexts. In June 2017, in collaboration with TARI Architects, she was awarded the second prize for the competition contest "House of Alberto Sordi," in Rome.

Since 2017, she has been collaborating with ARS Progetti as a freelance architect (Mezyad Desert Park Project; Sheikh Abdul Aziz Palace Conservation Plan-Qatar) and with other architecture studios in Rome, as well as participating in international competitions. Throughout her academic and practical experiences, she has gained a solid and working foundation in examining the specificities of a particular location, and relating the environmental aspects (sun, ventilation, humidity, rainfall etc.) to the urban context. Furthermore, through her knowledge and experience of the Leed rating system, she has acquired a keen ability to integrate technical choices that optimize the ecological efficiency of building systems into their design.
Maria Gabriella Combusti
Maria Gabriella Combusti

Born in 1989, she enrolled in 2008 at the Faculty of Architecture of Rome "Valle Giulia." In January 2015, she graduated with a top grade, defending a thesis on the landscape and architectural rehabilitation of the industrial site "Ex-sitoco," in Orbetello. Throughout her academic career, she has enriched her expertise in landscaping and in the adaptive re-use and innovation of historic sites, by participating in several architectural competitions. In September 2015, she joined The Boards of Architects, in Rome, and was awarded a scholarship to enroll in the Post-Degree Master in "Sustainable Architectures," promoted by Inarch. From May 2016 to May 2017, she collaborated with the Studio Nemesis & Partners. This work experience helped her to improve her ability to work as a team member and within international contexts. In June 2017, in collaboration with TARI Architects, she was awarded the second prize for the competition contest "House of Alberto Sordi," in Rome. Since 2017, she has been collaborating with ARS Progetti as a freelance architect (Mezyad Desert Park Project; Sheikh Abdul Aziz Palace Conservation Plan-Qatar) and with other architecture studios in Rome, as well as participating in international competitions. Throughout her academic and practical experiences, she has gained a solid and working foundation in examining the specificities of a particular location, and relating the environmental aspects (sun, ventilation, humidity, rainfall etc.) to the urban context. Furthermore, through her knowledge and experience of the Leed rating system, she has acquired a keen ability to integrate technical choices that optimize the ecological efficiency of building systems into their design.

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