'I waked one morning in the beginning of last June from a dream, of which all I could recover was, that I had thought myself in an ancient castle.'
Tommaso is a PhD candidate and tutor in Architectural History at the Edinburgh College of Art. He his particularly interested in ‘the long Middle Ages,’ Neo-Medievalism and its relation to the romantic culture.
Since October 2017 he is the Edinburgh College of Art Postgraduate School Representative.
[September 2005 - July 2010]
Secondary Education in Classical Studies at Collegio Rotondi in Gorla Minore, Italy (presented paper: From the Gothic Novel to Dracula, an Experience Beyond Reason)
[September 2010 - September 2013]
Laurea Triennale (110 e lode/110) in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano (dissertation: Ornament and Necessity)
[September 2013 - December 2015]
Laurea Magistrale (110 e lode/110) in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano (dissertation: The Value of Memory: a Project for the Archaeologic Site of Castelseprio and Torba UNESCO Heritage)
[September 2016 - ]
PhD in Architectural History at the University of Edinburgh
Tommaso's research at the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture focuses on the relation between the House of Savoy and Neo-Medievalism in nineteenth-century Italian architecture.