Architect Gaia Redaelli, graduated in Politecnico di Milano (1995) after attending a formative period at the university of Sevilla, obtained a PhD in Architectural and Urban Design and from 1995 to 2012 is design professor, head of the Design Laboratory architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of the Milan Polytechnic.
Since 2012 is a member of the research group "Ciudad, Arquitectura y Patrimonio Contemporáneos" de Universidad de Sevilla.
From 2003 to 2012 she was director of Fundación Arquitectura Contemporánea, a private research institute of public interest based in Córdoba, Spain, in charge of research and dissemination of architecture and the contemporary city internationally.
From 2012 to 2015 she is Director General of building renovation, urban architecture and the Directorate of Public Works and the House of the Region of Andalusia (Directora General de Rehabilitación y Arquitectura de la Consejeria de Fomento y Vivienda of the Junta de Andalucia). Skills covering urban policies ranging from the network system of Andalusia to the redevelopment of the consolidated city (suburbs and town centers), the restructuring of a significant regional heritage of housing, renovation and reuse of historic buildings, retraining public space and applied research on these issues. She took part in several seminars and conferences in Italy, Spain and abroad, and has been an invited professor among others in Mexico City, Porto, Madrid, Seville, Cadiz, Pavia, Samarkand, Santiago of Chile, Salvador de Bahia. She has curated numerous exhibitions and published several books, including "The landscapes, invisible. Three conversations Portuguese: Carrilho da Graça, Siza, Souto de Moura "(Milan, 2007) and" Jose Maria Garcia de Paredes "(Córdoba, 2004), the first volume of the series" Itinerarios de arquitectura "which is creator and director, as well in many articles and essays on architecture as a publicist and the city.
Architect Vito Redaelli, graduated at Politecnico di Milano (1994) after having an academic term at the university of Barcelona, he got his PhD in Urban politics and design in 2006. He has been contract professor in Urban Design in Architecture Faculty at Politecnico di Milano and consultant of Italian Institutions Regione Lombardia - Direzione Generale Sistemi Verdi e Paesaggi about urban and landscape politics and a member of the Regional Commission for landscape irrigation to the Po river, in Regione Lombardia (2010-2014).
He has made a study trip and gave lectures in Japan, Malaysia and Spain; has, since 2009, Counsellor at the Order of Architects of the Province of Milan; is a member of the Commission of the landscape of the city of Milan; conducts publicist writing on architecture and urban planning and taking care of regular columns in newspapers and monthly magazines; has written several books on urban planning, architecture and urban history.
Architect Anna Speranza graduated in Politecnico di Milano in 1959; after a collaboration with architect Menghi and an employment in Milan Underground Society, in 1965 she founded her own professional office in Milan with architect Giulio Redaelli. Since 1997 she's associated with Gaia and Vito Redaelli.