Cecilia Furlan

Postdoc Researcher

Dr. Arch. Cecilia Furlan is a senior researcher and lecturer at the Department of Urbanism, TU Delft and at the Institute of Landscape Architecture at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, BOKU Vienna. Since 2020, she also collaborated with the Design Science Hub of the University of Antwerp. She holds advanced degrees in architecture (IUAV Venice 2010), in Urbanism (European Postgraduate Master in Urbanism, IUAV Venice and KU Leuven 2012), and a joint PhD in Urbanism and Engineering (IUAV Venice and KU Leuven 2017). She was called to be a visiting researcher at UC Louvain, USI Antwerp and won the AESOP Young Investigator Training Program Award 2019. In 2019, She was selected as one of the winners of the EUROPAN15 design competition with a project that integrates systemic interventions with territorial design ones. Cecilia’s interest focuses on urban landscape design towards sustainability and circularity. In particular on sustainable urban landscape development under conditions of resource scarcity. She believes cities and territories can do more with less, working towards sustainable growth.