Giada Cerri is an architect and Ph.D. student in the international program of Management and Development of Cultural Heritage at IMT Scholl for Advanced Studies Lucca.
Her interests focus on Museography, Site Specific Museum, Museum Studies, New Technologies applied to Cultural Heritage, Architectural Design, Sustainability, and Green Architecture.
Besides the research activity, she works as an architect. She worked in Italy, in the USA at BGC Gallery, New York City (2016), in Brazil at the Museu da Casa Brasileira, San Paolo (2015), and in France at Cusy Maraval Architectes, Montpellier (2012-2013).
Since she graduated with honors in Architecture (2011), she collaborates as an assistant at the course iCad – International Course on Architectural Design held by professor Pirazzoli at the School of Architecture of University of Florence.