Alberto Collet is an architect and professor and co-founder of Bauart.
He started his studies at the ETSAB of Barcelona then he graduated from a Postgraduate in Urban Design at ARSNOVA Siena Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. He moved to Milan where he completed the Master’s in Urban Management and Architectural Design at the Domus Academy. Afterwards, he attended a Master in Theory and Practice of Architecture at the Universitat Pólitecnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona.
He is currently a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Architecture of the Universidade do Porto (FAUP) in co-supervision in the ETSAM of Madrid (ETSAM-UPM) and the Universitat La Salle Ramon Llull in Barcelona. He has been a visiting professor, tutor, coordinating assistant in various workshops, courses and exhibitions, among them he is part of the LABA teaching team at RCR Arquitectes.
He has worked in architecture studios in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Argentina and Malta and he is Coordinator of AAP Alternative Academic Project Laboratory of innovative projects applied to public and private entities.
“I was still an architecture student in the last year when in an issue of Domus magazine I saw the advertisement of some Domus Academy Masters and I was fascinated. In a moment of strong curiosity, I decided to participate in the selection managing to win a scholarship and wait to finish my studies at the Faculty of Architecture. I needed new methodologies full of extraordinary new methods approaches in a multicultural context that made me grow a lot in a short time.”
Online Talk with Rick Lee | 15.06
Our former student Rick Lee, fashion designer and university professor, interviewed by Caterina Lunghi.
Carolin Woitke finalist at Mittelmoda
Carolin Woitke finalist at Mittelmoda description.
Daniele Ficarra wins competition for Swarovski
Our former student Daniele Ficarra is one of the winners of Swarovski Foundation Institute contest.
Talk with Defne Koz & Marco Susani | 12.05
Our alumni & winners of the Compasso D’Oro, moderated by Francesca Vargiu from Studio Urquiola.