Alessandra Fabbri

Alessandra Fabbri


Research Fields:

Bioinspired Urban Adaptation

Complex Urbanisation Dynamics

Self Organisation, Adaptation. Evolution, and Emergence

Disaster Risk Prevention and Climate Change

Morphing Responsive Environments

Evolutionary Design and Biomimicry

Natural Computing

Fabbri is an architect and urban designer, specialized in advanced algorithmic-based technologies and biomimetic design. She studied Architecture at the University of Ferrara and moved overseas for an exchange program with the Universidad Catolica de Cordoba in Argentina. She investigated a contemporary solution to the local planning regulation for the development of a residential urban settlement.

Fabbri completed her Bachelor in Architecture and Master in Architecture and Urban Design cum Laude while working between Genova, Milan, and Paris. Interested in deepening her experience with materials and details, she worked for Kengo Kuma and Associates in Paris, where she participated in the design of the Albert Kahn Museum. After one year of professional experience around Europe, she moved to London to undertake a postgraduate candidature in Emergent Technologies and Design at the Architectural Association. During her studies at the Architectural Association, she developed extensive experience in coding for the development of urban planning strategies in natural risk conditions, as well as for biomimetic design fabrication, along with the capacity to operate with digital and analogue technologies.