Terragni, Elisabetta

Elisabetta Terragni is the principal of Studio Terragni Architetti (2001), specialised in the design of residential buildings, scholastic buildings and museum design. More recently the office has dealt with the transformation of two abandoned tunnels in Trento and is experimenting with solutions for other sites.
A former assistant at the Federal Polytechnic in Zurich, she lived in Montréal for two years and, upon her return, taught Museography at the Milan Polytechnic. In 2005 she was Distinguished Visiting Professor at the New York Institute of Technology and is currently Associate Professor with the City University of New York. She also directs design courses and holds seminars in Germany, Switzerland and Italy.