Alessandra Bruno

FNRS PhD project under the supervision of Ludivine Damay and Wouter van Acker

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Alessandra
PhD Student

Alessandra Bruno is presently a FNRS PhD researcher at the Faculty of Architecture La Cambre-Horta (ULB).
Born in Pinerolo (Turin, Italy) in 1993, she arrived in Brussels in 2015. Since then, she has been involved in several temporary occupation projects, institutional and not. She graduated in 2018, with a Master thesis about temporary occupations and their institutionalization.

In 2019, she started her PhD under the supervision of Ludivine Damay (Sasha) and Wouter Van Acker (Hortence). Her research is about learning-by-doing education in architecture schools. Her current researches aim at exploring how construction impacts on the learning process, by articulating design and construction. She focuses on the pedagogical inputs, the theoretical contents and the engagements behind these practices.

Besides her research project, she is involved in discussions and actions for a freer and more accessible appropriation of urban space, she's a birder and a nature lover.

FNRS PhD project under the supervision of Ludivine Damay and Wouter van Acker

pedagogy, architecture theory, learning process, construction