Virginia Cucchi

Virginia Cucchi

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Italian by birth, Virginia lived 20 years between Malaysia and Singapore. She obtained her master degree in architecture in 2015 at the Politecnico di Milano. From 2014 until 2017 she collaborated with The Plan magazine. Virginia has written for over three years for the section of Floornature, 'Design and Trend', and, for over a year, has been curating and hosting the podcast 'All Good Vibes' interviewing international architects and designers. During 2019, she curated an art exhibition in Torre Velasca, Milan, entitled Fluctuations in Search of a Lost Identity, promoting emerging artists in the Italian panorama with the support of the group Unipolsai and in 2020, a new exhibition dedicated to young contemporary artists in Torre Galfa, Milan. In 2021, for the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, she was part of the advisory board of the Italian Pavilion “Resilient Communities”, curated by Alessandro Melis. In 2009, she published a monograph, When The Bamboo Sings with a forward by Troy Blacklaws, featuring a collection of photographs taken during her travels to China, Burma, India and Malaysia, while, in 2021, she was invited to write a piece for Heliopolis 21: Architettura: Tra natura e artifiico, a monograph dedicated to Heliopolis 21’s works, edited by Skira.

Virginia Cucchi

Contributor

Virginia CucchiItalian by birth, Virginia lived 20 years between Malaysia and Singapore. She obtained her master degree in architecture in 2015 at the Politecnico di Milano. From 2014 until 2017 she collaborated with The Plan magazine. Virginia has written for over three years for the section of Floornature, 'Design and Trend', and, for over a year, has been curating and hosting the podcast 'All Good Vibes' interviewing international architects and designers. During 2019, she curated an art exhibition in Torre Velasca, Milan, entitled Fluctuations in Search of a Lost Identity, promoting emerging artists in the Italian panorama with the support of the group Unipolsai and in 2020, a new exhibition dedicated to young contemporary artists in Torre Galfa, Milan. In 2021, for the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, she was part of the advisory board of the Italian Pavilion “Resilient Communities”, curated by Alessandro Melis. In 2009, she published a monograph, When The Bamboo Sings with a forward by Troy Blacklaws, featuring a collection of photographs taken during her travels to China, Burma, India and Malaysia, while, in 2021, she was invited to write a piece for Heliopolis 21: Architettura: Tra natura e artifiico, a monograph dedicated to Heliopolis 21’s works, edited by Skira.

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