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Dr. Domenica Bona



Academia: uniroma3.academia.edu/DomenicaBona

Researchgate: researchgate.net/profile/Domenica_Bona

Domenica Bona is an Italian researcher in the fields of Architecture and Urban Planning, a former member of the editorial team of UrbanisticaTre, a senior curator of DIVISARE architectural platform, and the editor-in-chief of DIVISARE BOOKS publishing house.  

Educated at Polytechnic of Milan, Shenzhen University, and the Third University of Rome, she has taken part in several academic research projects mainly related to contemporary Chinese urbanism and architecture. 

Awarded with INU AWARD 2018 for the Best Unpublished Research Work, her Ph.D. thesis investigates the concept of Chineseness in the image of contemporary Chinese cities through the application of the morphological approach. 


Ph.D. in Landscape of the Contemporary City (Urban Planning & Architecture) – Third University of Rome, IT
Title: (trad.) The Chinese city and its persistent features between tradition and modernity – Tutor: Lucia Nucci - ICAR/21 [Acknowledgments: INU Awards 2018 – Best Work to be published]

Master Degree in Architecture - 110/110 cum laude – School of Civil Architecture – Polytechnic of Milan, IT
Title: University and Green City. Designing a new campus in Shenzhen and planning new scenarios of development for the city and the PRD region. [Acknowledgments: Premio Mantero 2011-12 – honorable mention]

Master Exchange Program - Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, PRC

Teaching experience

Teaching Assistant: master studios in Urban Design & Urban Planning - Third Rome University, IT

Guest Lecturer: course in Urban and Architectural Design in China - PoliMi, IT

Teaching Assistant: master courses in Urban Planning, Theory of Urban Design, Human Geography - PoliMi, IT

Research projects (as early stage researcher, pre-PhD)

Sport and leisure urban development of Olympic Cities - PoliMi, IT

Treaty Ports. European Colonial Legacy in China - PUMAH, Marie Curie Actions FP7-PEOPLE-2011-IRSES

Rebuilding from the countryside: the Hakka heritage - PoliMi, IT & Huizhou Municipality Technical Bureau, PRC

Editorial participations

Divisare Books - Editor in Chief

UrbanisticaTre – Magazine of urban planning (class A) –-Editorial team member

divisare.com – International Architectural website - Senior Curator

Main conference participations, memberships, etc.

Member of the International Planning History Society, EASOP Young Academics, European Association of Chinese Studies.

Moderator and Reviewer for IEREK Green Urbanism Conference (Rome 2018).

Speaker at the Unfolding Pavilion (Venice Biennale 2018), IPHS Conference (St. Augustine, US 2014, Yokohama 2018), AISU

Congress (Naples 2017), La Ricerca che Cambia (Venice 2016), Changing Cities II (Porto Heli, 2015), CROMA (Rome, 2014).



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