Laura Andreini is founding partner and principal of Archea Associati, Milan. An architect and a PhD, and since 1999, she has been a research fellow at the University of Florence in the Department of Architecture, Design, History and Planning.
Over the years, her teaching work has been combined with research and professional work in architectural design, since 1988, when she and the architects Marco Casamonti and Giovanni Polazzi founded the firm.
Her research and exploration of the issues of architecture within the disciplines of architectural composition and design is expressed in her direct relationship with contemporary architecture culture, given voice through architecture journals and specialized publications.
She is deputy editor of “Area —Architecture and Design Arts magazine” and technical editor of Forma Edizioni. At Forma she has edited two series, one about contemporary Italian architecture, “One,” the other about architectural itineraries, “On the Road.” Since 2014 she has organized cultural initiatives and events for Forma at Spazio A in Florence, including the conference series: Constructing Architecture” and “Florence, 1865-2015. A new capital: culture, custom, architecture.”