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Eugenio Mangi is Assistant Professor (Lecturer) in Tectonics in the Department of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo China. Eugenio strongly believes in the necessary relationship between practice, research and teaching in the field of architecture and urban design. For this reason, in twelve years’ experience, he has always tried to match his research interests with teaching and practice.

Eugenio has developed a large number of projects ranging from interior to urban design, including heritage renovation, in Italy, Spain and China.

In parallel with the professional experience, Eugenio has been engaged in research and teaching activities in Italy and in China. He is currently module convener for tectonics 2A and 2B at UNNC and he has been adjunct professor for Specialized Design Project - Environmental Design Studio of the part time Master Program at the College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University during 2019 spring semester. In the same institution he has worked as research assistant in the Environmental Futures Lab. As part time tutor Eugenio has taught Design Studio in Architecture program at UNNC and at the University of Parma.

His research interests focus on sustainable urban transformation process in China and local community engagement and participation, traditional Chinese architecture and heritage re-use, social housing typologies and policies implementation and XX century European heritage.



Module Convener for Tectonics 2B (SPR)

Architectural design studio 2 and 3 (SPR)

Teaching contributions

Integrated Design for Architecture 3 (SPR)

Person Types

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