Alessandro Toti

MA in the Architectural History Programme, The Bartlett School of Architecture; MA in Urban Design, Roma Tre

Alessandro Toti is an architecture historian, trained in Rome and London. He is completing his PhD degree at the Bartlett, UCL in Architecture History & Theory with a research on West Berlin Marxist architecture groups at the turn of the 1970s. He has taught architectural history and theory, architectural design and urban design in different universities, including UCL, Westminster, Greenwich and the Rome Programmes of Cornell and Virginia Tech. His publications have focused on Italian neo- avant-gardist and West German Marxist architectural groups, and on contemporary issues in architectural production.