Luca Sampò

Architect, author, and Editor in Roma, Italia

Luca Sampò

Architect, author, and Editor in Roma, Italia

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Luca Sampò is an Italian architect, author and editor of Boundaries.

And also an historian and teacher in History of contemporary architecture, whose interests range from love for the wilderness, to photography, to sailing.

He has obtained a Ph.D. in History of Art, and a Ph.D. in History and Restoration of Architecture, and worked as architect in France at restoration projects of ancient historical monuments. He taught History of contemporary architecture in various Italian universities, lectured in Europe and North America, published articles in leading international journals, organized exhibitions, courses and conferences.

In 2011 he founded «Boundaries» as an international independent journal – free of advertising – focusing on humanitarian, socially committed and sustainable architecture, which pays strong attention to those places where new developments and ideas are arising.

In 2014 Boundaries become a not-for-profit organization, registered in Italy, whose main focus are to foster sustainable architectural intervention for the underprivileged and to disseminate a more socially conscious and committed architectural culture.

Luca Sampò is now editor of Boundaries and he is dedicated to publications and cooperation projects for humanitarian purposes.

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  • Work
    • Boundaries
  • Education
    • La Sapienza University of Rome
    • Ph.D. in History and Restoration of Architecture, La Sapienza
    • Ph.D. in History of Art, EPHE (Paris)