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Giamila Quattrone
Name:Giamila Quattrone
Role:Research Fellow
School / Department:College of Art & Design and Built Environment, School of Architecture Design and the Built Environment
Staff group(s):Architecture
Telephone:+44 (0)115 848 6121
Email:giamila.quattrone@ntu.ac.uk
Publication:Go to Giamila Quattrone publications

Research Fellow

Dr Quattrone has responsibility for planning, coordinating and supporting the development of research projects in the area of vernacular heritage documentation and management, the generation of related outputs and the preparation of collaborative bids for external research funding. She also contributes to the MArch Architecture Program through research-informed teaching in the areas of Architectural Technology, Architectural Design and Heritage and Conservation

Projects

  • 2014-15, Australian Government, £13k, for "At the edge of Glenn Murcutt's architecture. A journey into technology at the interface between climate, landscape and culture" (Principal Investigator, Supervisor Catherine Lassen, The University of New South Wales).
  • 2013-ongoing, Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca, Italy, for "RE-CYCLE Italy. New Life Cycles for Architecture and Infrastructure of City and Landscape" (Principal Investigator).
  • 2013-14, Ministry of Heritage and Culture, Oman, 160k, for "Documentation and Heritage Management Plans of Harat al-Borashid and Harat al-Suwaufah (Sinaw), Harat al-Mudairyb (al-Qabil) and Harat al-Gila (Tiwi/Sur)" (Project Coordinator, Principal Investigator Professor Soumyen Bandyopadhyay, Manchester Metropolitan University).
  • 2013, Ministry of Heritage and Culture, Oman, £38k, for "Contribution to the permanent collection of the National Museum, Oman" (Project Coordinator, Principal Investigator Professor Soumyen Bandyopadhyay, Manchester Metropolitan University).
  • 2012-13, Ministry of Heritage and Culture, Oman, £135k, for "Documentation and Heritage Management Plans of Harat al-Yemen (Izki), Harat al-‘Aqr (Bahla), Harat as-Sulayf (‘Ibri) and Harat al-?ujra (Fanja)" (Project Coordinator, Principal Investigator Professor Soumyen Bandyopadhyay, Manchester Metropolitan University).
  • 2010-11, Nottingham Trent University & Ministry of Heritage and Culture, Oman, £50k, for "Models and guidelines for Omani traditional oasis settlements, methods for producing Heritage Management Plans (HMPs)" (Project Coordinator, Principal Investigator Professor Soumyen Bandyopadhyay, Manchester Metropolitan University).
  • 2010-11, Muscat Municipality, £41,5k, for "Documentation of vernacular settlements in the Muscat Governorate" (Project Coordinator, Principal Investigator Professor Soumyen Bandyopadhyay, Manchester Metropolitan University).
  • 2008-09, ANDIL, Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria, £9,8K, for "Technological Solutions for Brick Regionalist Architecture" (Principal Investigator, Supervisor Professor Adriano Paolella, Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria).
  • 2006-07, Australian Government, £27,5k, for "Housing patterns and technology for local contemporary architecture. For a contextual innovation in building environmental design: innovation and tradition in Australian design culture" (Principal Investigator, Supervisor Professor Michael J. Ostwald, The University of Newcastle).