Angelica Longo is a senior architect, project manager, interior designer, and business developer with 14 years of international work and teaching experience. She is currently a project manager and architect for the United Nations Global Service Centre in Brindisi, Italy, where she is responsible for project management and urban planning of UN logistics bases in Europe and Africa.
In 2004, Angelica received her five-year architecture degree from the University of Ferrara in Ferrara, Italy. She wrote her dissertation in collaboration with Pininfarina SpA and Fiat Auto. Following her studies, she joined the family architecture firm, arcHstudioLONGO, as a partner architect-designer.
She earned her Master in Interior and Living Design at Domus Academy in 2008. Her final project, in collaboration with Fincantieri SpA, was an ecological, innovative design for the interior and exterior of the Venice Vaporetto. During her master’s course, she won a contest judged by Roberto Giolito, head of Fiat Design.
After Domus Academy, she worked as a business developer and architect for Italian Venture Hotellerie, lectured in the Interior Design course at Domus, and taught in California at Domus Academy at NewSchool of Architecture + Design.
She later spent four years in London, where she served as a senior architect and interior designer for Aedas, one of the five largest international architectural firms. In this capacity, Angelica worked on high-end residential and hospitality projects in London, Dubai, and Shanghai.
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Our former student & Chief Design Officer at frog, interviewed by Silvio Cioni.
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Online Talk with Ahana Das Sharma | 29.09
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Online Talk with Rick Lee | 15.06
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