Nadia Pintossi holds a MSc degree cum laude in Building Engineering - Architecture from the Politecnico di Milano. She completed a double degree programme and got a MSc degree in Building Engineering from the École Spéciale des Travaux Publics (ESTP Paris). In 2017, she started her doctoral research within the chair of Architectural History and Theory at the Eindhoven University of Technology. As a PhD candidate, she is part of the CLIC project (Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse), a Horizon 2020 project.
Any vacant or underused heritage property is a raw gem, looking closely reveals an opportunity for sustainable urban/rural development
Assessing Cultural Heritage Adaptive Reuse Practices: Multi-Scale Challenges and Solutions in RijekaSustainability (2021)
Adaptive Reuse of Cultural Heritage in AmsterdamInternational LDE - heritage conference "Heritage and Sustainable Development Goals" (2021)
Subjective Circularity Performance Analysis of Adaptive Heritage Reuse Practices in the NetherlandsSustainable Cities and Society (2021)
An Empirical Analysis of Driving Factors and Policy Enablers of Heritage Adaptive Reuse within the Circular Economy FrameworkSustainability (2021)
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