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Giulia Scialpi is an Italian architect based in Brussels. She holds a Postgraduate master from CRAterre-ENSAG laboratory, a centre of excellence that manages the UNESCO Chair “Earthen architecture, construction cultures and sustainable development” in Grenoble’s School of Architecture. Her final dissertation focused on the power of local natural materials to improve the resilience of a territory and to set up a circular economy process, and included an extensive research work in collaboration with the Landscape Planning Department of Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin Natural Park in France. In addition to her research activity, she has been working for several architectural firms and NGOs in Europe and South America. In 2019, she enrolled the UCLouvain as a PhD candidate in urban and landscape planning at the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Studies (LOCI) and as teaching assistant.
LTARC1101 Architectural design studio 1 : initiation
LTARC1261 Structural analysis 2
LTARC1164 Construction and materials : generalities
URBAN MINING FROM BIOWASTE AND EXCAVATED SOIL FOR THE BELGIAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Tutors: Daniela Perrotti
Scialpi, Giulia ; Perrotti, Daniela. The Use of Urban Biowaste and Excavated Soil in the Construction Sector: a Literature Review. In: Waste Management and Research, Vol. Online First, no. First Published February 2021, p. 1-12 (2021). doi:10.1177/0734242X211000430.
Scialpi, Giulia. A story of resilience and local materials: sourcing bio-based materials in Norman wetlands, France. In: Pardeep Singh; Pramit Verma; Daniela Perrotti; K.K. Srivastava (ed.), Environmental Sustainability and Economy, Elsevier, 2021. 9780128221884.
Scialpi, Giulia ; Stephan Kampelmann ; Emmanuel Raufflet. Earth, wood, and coffee: empirical evidence on value creation in the circular economy. In: Pardeep Singh; Pramit Verma; Daniela Perrotti; K.K. Srivastava (ed.), Environmental Sustainability and Economy, Elsevier, 2021. 9780128221884.
Scialpi, Giulia ; Perrotti, Daniela. From concepts to action: urban metabolism and resilience thinking. In: Lehmann S., Resilient Communities. A Collection of Short Essays on the Adaptive Capacity of Cities, D Editore: Rome, 2021. 9788894830170 (Accepté/Sous presse).