Laura Della Sala

Laura Della Sala

Roma, IT



I am Laura Della Sala, an italian architect graduated summa cum laude in Architecture in Rome at RomaTre University of Architecture.

I am currently working on the publication of my degree thesis in a collection about architecture in the archeology (“Archeologia e progetto”) and collaborating with Arch. Luigi Franciosini, architect and professor at Roma Tre University, on a cemetery manual.

During my academic career I had the chance to challenge my self in several different international environments and to work with professionals from many different European countries and from the U.S.


StipaArchitettura, Rome, Architect

Mar 2013 - Jun 2013


Università degli Studi di Roma Tre, Roma, IT, MArch, Architectonic Design

June 2012 - Master's Degree Thesis:“Tarquinia: recovery of the ancient connections beetween
the city of the living and the city of the dead”
supervisor: Prof.Luigi Franciosini
summa cum laude

History of Architecture, Architectonic Design, Construction Details, Structural Design.

Oct 2008 - Jun 2012

Università degli Studi di Roma Tre, Roma, IT, BArch, Architecture

September 2008 - Bachelor Degree's Portfolio: "Materia, Forma, Tecnica" / "Substance, Form, Process"

History of Architecture, Descriptive Geometry, Restoration, Urban Design, Architectonic Design, Construction Details, Structural Design

Oct 2005 - Oct 2008


Exibition of the Degree Thesis, Other

The DegreeThesis will be exposed in Vetralla, Museum of City and Territory.


7th biennal europea de paisatge, Other

The Barcelona European Landscape Biennial expresses its desire to intently study and discuss landscape interventions, from the perspective of all disciplines that are linked to its study and evolution.

My degree thesis projet was selected to attend this competition and the work was exhibited at Barcellona's COAC office on September 2012 and in other european Universities.


Piranesi Prix de Rome XI edition, 1st Place

The contest aim was to realize the Imperial Museum of the Roman age.

Villa Adriana is one of the most important villas of the Roman Imperial Age.
In particular the area of the Pretorio has its peculiarity in the secular olive trees which stands above the archaeology.
The strategy of the intervention is to give a new function to such olive tree grove.


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