Born in Milano in 1955, Cino Zucchi has earned degrees in Architectural Design at M.I.T. and at the Politecnico di Milano, where he is currently Chair Professor. He has taught in many international design workshops and has been “John T. Dunlop Visiting Professor” at the GSD of Harvard University. Author of several articles and books on matters of architectural and urban theory, he participated to various editions of the Milano Triennale and of the Venice Biennale of Architecture, where he has been the curator of the Italian Pavilion in 2014. He has been the chairman of the jury of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture / Mies Award 2015. Together with his studio CZA he has designed and realized several projects, among which the urban renewal of the ex-Junghans factory site in Venice and the ex-Alfa Romeo-Portello Nord area in Milano, the Keski Pasila master plan in Helsinki, the Car Museum and the Nuvola Lavazza Campus in Turin, the Salewa HQ in Bozen and several housing projects in Italy and Europe.