Giuseppa Di Cristina
was born in Palermo, Italy in 1965, and graduated in Architecture at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” where she also obtained a PhD in Architectural Composition (Theories of Architecture) with a thesis on Architecture and Topology.
From 2000 to 2007 she was a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture in Rome; from 1994 to 2008 she collaborated with the same Faculty in teaching and research activities. She has participated in meetings in Italy and abroad, referring on architecture and topology.
From 2002 to 2006 she collaborated with the international magazine of architecture “l'Arca”. She is author of several articles and essays, her main publications include: Architecture and Science, edited by Giuseppa Di Cristina, Wiley- Academy, London 2001; Architettura e Topologia. Per una teoria spaziale dell’Architettura, Editrice Librerie Dedalo, Roma 2002; “Architettura come topologia della trasformazione”, in: Matematica e Cultura 2005, edited by Michele Emmer, Springer, Milano 2005, pp. 129-141; “Poetry in Curves. The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao”, in: The Visual Mind 2, a cura di Michele Emmer, The MIT Press, Cambridge-Massachusetts, London 2005, pp. 159-186. Currently, she is a practising architect in Rome, whose professional activity mainly concerns house renovation and interior design..