Sedia, Fabio

Fabio Sedia (Palermo, 1976) is an architect and Doctor Europaeus of architecture and urban composition graduating from the Department of Architecture at the University of Palermo and the Escuola Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura, Madrid (ETSAM). His research was conducted between Italy (Milan, Rome and Palermo), Spain (Madrid) and Canada (Quebec City), studying the different issues of design in architecture through drawing, teaching and his professional practices. He is the official architect for the Italian Ministry of Culture at the Villa Adriana and Villa d’Este Institute at Tivoli in Rome, where he was responsible for the historic garden and is the site manager of UNESCO.

He has studied in-depth the themes related to landscape, historical and contemporary gardens, the protection and conservation of UNESCO historical heritage, the relationship between space, contemporary architecture and archeology, along with the layout of the museum within historical architecture. For the winter semester of 2022, he was the visiting professor at the School of Architecture at Laval University in Quebec (Canada). He has participated in numerous design competitions, including graphic design and illustration, has spoken at national and international conferences and seminars and has participated in several group exhibitions.

His research, projects and drawings have been selected for a number of national and international events and exhibitions, including : A dream made in Sicily, Geraci Siculo (PA) (2015); Scientific Autobiography, London (2016); Immaginario Arabo-Normanno. A heritage of stories, dreams and ideas, Palermo (2017); Venice Biennale- Rethinking the Villa Adriana, Venice (2018); Tivolio, La verde Bellezza and Table verte, Villa d’Este, Tivoli (2018); From Architecture and art, Alicante (Spain) (2020-2021).