Letizia Dipasquale

Letizia Dipasquale is a Doctor of Architectural Technology (Florence University) and researcher at the Architecture University of Florence. She has collaborated as an expert in various international architecture projects: Versus: lessons from vernacular heritage for sustainable architecture; Lithos: project for the creation of an international centre for research into stereotomy for study, restoration and experimentation with sustainable construction; Terra (In)cognita: Earthen architectures in Europe; European dry-stone issues; Domes and dwellings: a construction tradition shared by East and West; Scientific and experimental knowledge, tactics and conservation in earthen architecture in southern Italy: development and validation of web-based knowledge management tools, and Creation of a training centre for traditional construction techniques in Chefchaouen, Morocco.

She has collaborated on over a hundred articles for international congresses and is co-author of several books.