Daniele Pini

Born in Venice (Italy) in 1944. Degree in Architecture at the Istituto Universitario di Architettura of Venice in 1969 with honours, under the supervision of prof. Giancarlo De Carlo.

Full Professor of Urban Planning and Deputy Director of the Department of Architecture of the Università degli Studi of Ferrara, where he teaches since the institution in 1992 until his retirement in 2014. He was formerly assistant and associate professor at the Istituto Universitario di Architettura of Venice since 1973. He’s currently “guest lecturer” in “Urban Conservation” at the Raymond Lemaire International Conservation Centre of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) and adjunct professor in “Urban planning” at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Bologna. He visited several universities abroad (Dublin, Southbank Polytechnic of London, Leuven, Paris-Belleville, Aix-en-Provence, Clermond Ferrand, Bordeaux, New Dehli, University of California - Berkeley, Stockholm and Goteborg, Malta, Rabat, Bir Zeit, Tirana, Sarajevo, Mostar, Istanbul, Tblisi). As an expert-consultant of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs he was appointed to the Scientific Committee of the Post-Graduate schools of Planning in Algiers and Tunis.

He also practices, in Italy and abroad, as a consultant to local governments, public administrations and international organisations (UNESCO, World Bank, UNDP, Italian, German and French cooperation agencies), in the fields and urban planning, design and conservation.