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Dr. Arch. Antonella Radicchi

Ph.D., RA, MArch, Senior Research Associate & HEAD-Genuit Foundation Fellow

TU Berlin
Institute of Urban and Regional Planning
Hardenbergstraße 40 a
Sekr. B 4
10623 Berlin
Raum B 205 

Email: antonella.radicchi[at]tu-berlin[punkt]de


Short Bio

Dr. Radicchi is currently a Senior Research Associate and HEAD-Genuit Foundation Fellow at the TU Berlin Institute of City and Regional Planning, where she is the Principal Investigator of the Hush City Mobile Lab project. Since 2017, she has been the inventor and curator of Hush City, a citizen science app to identify, map and assess urban quiet areas, currently used worldwide and awarded with two international prizes: the 2016 Falling Walls Young Innovator of the Year (finalist) and the 2019 BLOXHUB PRIX – Category Excellence (honorary mention). Dr. Radicchi was a Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholar at the MIT School of Architecture and Planning in Cambridge, Boston, and HEAD-Genuit Senior Research Fellow at the New York University in New York.  Since 2006, she has conducted professional and scientific advisory work for different stakeholders, including the Berlin City Council, the European Commission Research Executive Agency, the Venice Biennial Foundation, the Italian National Institute of Architecture. She has lectured at university level for over 10 years in the fields of environmental sustainability, sensory and landscape urbanism, citizen science mobile technology, and has participated in international conferences as invited speaker. Her research and professional work has been internationally awarded. Most notably: the HEAD-Genuit Foundation Research Grant, the Marie Curie-Ipodi Fellowship, the Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship, and the 2010 National Institute of Urbanism Award for the Best Italian Dissertation in Urbanism, subsequently published as a monograph.
Dr. Radicchi is a licensed architect and holds a Ph.D. in Urban Design and Territorial Planning, with doctoral studies conducted at MIT (Cambridge, USA) and at the University of Firenze (IT).


Principal Fields of Interests
Environmental sustainability, liveability and healthy cities, sensory and landscape urbanism, citizen science, public spaces, digital and mobile technology, focusing on soundscapes, quiet areas, walkability, participatory methods, citizen science mobile technology and citizen-generated data.

 

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Lebenslauf

Curriculum Vitae
Education and Habilitation
2010
PhD Urban Design and Territorial Planning
Date of Defence: April 20th, 2010, University of Florence, Florence, (IT)
Dissertation: Sull'immagine sonora della città.
La creazione di paesaggi sonori nel progetto della città contemporanea (On the Sonic Image of the City. Designing Soundscapes in the Contemporary City).
2008-2007
Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholar
School of Architecture and Planning, MIT, Cambridge-Boston (USA).

2006
Italian Professional Habilitation as a Chartered Architect
Profesional order of the Architecture of Florence (no. 6858).
2005
Laura Magistralis in Architecture with a Thesis in Urban Design and Planning
Award on July, 15th 2005, University of Florence, Florence, (IT)
Master Thesis: Elements an Pracitcies of Urban Desing. he Emelia Road in Modena
Grade: 110/110 cum Laude – Supervisors: Prof. Arch. M. Morandi, Arch. G. Cerfogli.

Research Appointments
2018-2020
Senior Research Associate and HEAD-Genuit Foundation Fellow
TU Berlin, Institute of City and Regional Planning, Berlin, Germany
Dates: 11/4/2018-31/3/2020

2019
Visiting Senior Researcher and HEAD-Genuit Foundation Fellow
New York University, New York, USA
Dates: 08/02/2019- 30/05/2019

2018-2016
Research Associate and Ipodi-Marie Curie Fellow
TU Berlin, Institute of City and Regional Planning, Berlin, Germany
Dates: 11/04/2016-10/4/2018
International  Research Projects
2018-now
Principal Investigator (PI), "Hush City Mobile Lab" project
TU Berlin, Institute of City and Regional Planning, Berlin, Germany
Research funding: HEAD_Genuit Foundation Research Grant
Partners: TU-Berlin, Municipality of Berlin, New York University

Dates: 11/4/2018-31/3/2020
Major Professional Appointments
2018
Berlin Senate, Berlin, Germany. Role: Scientific Advisor on urban quiet areas and citizen science methods within the framework of the Berlin Plan of Quiet Areas (Berlin Noise Action Plan 2018-2023)
2016-now
Research Executive Agency, European Commission. Role: External Expert and Rapporteur.
2015
EXPO Milan 2015. Role:Scientific Consultant on the cultural and natural heritage of the Tuscany Region and Curator of Toscana Sound Map.
2014
IN/ARCH Istituto Nazionale di Architettura. Role: Scientific and Editorial Consultant. Main tasks included: research for the Exhibition: “Architettura: Energia per il Made in Italy”; design of the book “Architettura: Energia per il Made in Italy”.
2012
Fondazione La Biennale di Venezia. Role: Scientific Consultant for the exhibition held at the Italian Pavilion for the 13th Architecture Biennal of Venice, titled: “Le quattro stagioni. L´architettura del Made in Italy da Adriano Olivetti alla Green Economy”.
2006-2015
Architectural and urban design firms. Role: Freelance Architect, Urban Designer and Content Editor. D’Architettura Journal (IT), Archea Associati (IT), T-Studio (IT), Luca Zevi Architect (IT), Office for Permanent Modernity (USA).

Publikationen

Selected Scientific Publications
Year
Title
Kind
2020
Radicchi A., Chung A., Jordan P., Stewart S., Tsaligopoulos A., McCunn, L., Grant M. (eds). (forthcoming). Sound & the Healthy City, special issue, Cities & Health Journal, Routledge Publisher.
Special Issue curated as Guest Lead Editor
2019
Radicchi, A. (accepted and forthcoming). ‘Mobile apps for soundscape research and public space studies. Lessons learnt from the Hush City project’ in Skarlatidou, A., Haklay, M. (eds) Geographical Citizen Science Design: No One Left Behind, UCL Press.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter
Radicchi, A. (2019). ‘Are privately owned public spaces effective design and planning tools that can favor the creation of healthy, open spaces in contemporary cities? Notes from an empirical study in New York,’ in Talia M. (ed), La città contemporanea: un gigante dai piedi di argilla/The contemporary city: a giant with feet of clay, Proceedings of Urbanpromo XVI Edizione Progetti per il Paese, 15 November 2019, Planum Publisher, Roma-Milano. ISSN 1723-0993
Peer-Reviewed Article in Conference Proceedings
Radicchi, A. (2019). ‘The notion of soundscape in the realm of sensuous urbanism. A historical perspective’ in Wilson, A. (ed.) Sound Worlds from the Body to the City: Listen! Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publisher, pp. 99-125. ISBN: 978- 1527523883
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter
2018
Dunbavin, P., Radicchi, A. (2018). ‘The Hush City project and its relevance to planning policy’, Acoustic Bulletin, 43(5), pp. 34-40. ISSN: 0308-437X
Peer-Reviewed Article in International Journal

Luna, S. (with Gold, M., Albert, A., Ceccaroni, L., Claramunt, B., Danylo, O., Haklay, M., Kyba, C., Piera, J., Radicchi, A., Schade, S., Sturm, U.) (2018). ‘Developing mobile applications for environmental and biodiversity citizen science: considerations and recommendations’, in Joly, A., Vrochidis, S., Karatzas, K., Karppinen, A., Bonnet, P. (eds) Multimedia Technologies for Environmental & Biodiversity Informatics. Springer International Publishing, pp. 9-30. DOI: doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-76445-0_2

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter
2017
Radicchi, A., Henckel, D., Memmel, M. (2017). ‘Citizens as smart, active sensors for a quiet and just city. The case of the “open source soundscapes” approach to identify, assess and plan “everyday quiet areas” in cities’, Noise Mapping, 4, pp. 104-122.
DOI:
doi.org/10.1515/noise-2017-0008
Peer-Reviewed Article in International Journal
Radicchi, A. (2017). ‘A Pocket Guide to Soundwalking. Some introductory notes on its origin, established methods and four experimental variations’, in Besecke, A., Meier, J., Pätzold, R., Thomaier, S. (eds.) Perspectives on urban economics/ Stadtökonomie – Blickwinkel und Perspektiven. Berlin: Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin, pp. 70-73. ISBN: 978-3-7983-2919-5
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter
Radicchi, A. (2017). ‘Beyond the Noise: Open Source Soundscapes. A mixed methodology to analyse, evaluate and plan “everyday” quiet areas’, Proc. Mtgs. Acoust., 30, 040005.
DOI: doi.org/10.1121/2.0000565
Article in Conference Proceedings
2015
Radicchi, A., Signorelli, V. (2015). ‘Mappature sonore, aree di quiete e strategie di controllo del rumore/Soundmaps, quiet areas and noise control strategies’, Urbanistica, 153, pp. 31-136. ISSN: 0042-1022
Peer-Reviewed Article in International Journal
2013
Mayr, A., Radicchi, A. (2013). ‘Time Walk’, in Henckel, D., Thomaier, S., Könecke, B., Zedda, R., Stabilini, S. (eds) Space Time Design of the Public City. Berlin: Springer Publishers, pp. 86-97.
DOI:
doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-6425-5_7
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter
2012
Radicchi, A. (2012). Sull’immagine sonora della città. (On the Sonic Image of the City). Florence: Firenze University Press. ISBN: 978-88-6655-295-6, e-ISBN: 978-88-6655-278-9 *Honorary publication: 2012 Research Award City of Florence: Best Dissertation in Urbanism to be publish as a monograph.
*Book
Beccaria, C., Guerrucci, E., Radicchi, A. (2012). ‘Le Architetture del Made in Italy’, in Zevi, L. (ed) Le quattro stagioni. Architetture del Made in Italy da Adriano Olivetti alla New Economy. Naples: Electa Publisher, pp. 88-89. ISBN: 978-8837093228
Book Chapter
2010
Radicchi, A. (2010). Sull'immagine sonora della città. La creazione di paesaggi sonori nel progetto della città contemporanea (On the Sonic Image of the City. Designing Soundscapes in the Contemporary City). Ph.D. Dissertation in Urban Design and Territorial Planning, University of Florence, Florence, Italy. *Ph.D. Dissertation acknowledged with two Awards: the 2010 National Institute of Urbanism Award for the best Italian dissertation in Urban Design and Planning; and the 2012 Research Award City of Florence: Best Dissertation in Urbanism to be published as a monograph.
*Ph.D. Dissertation
2009
Radicchi, A., Rojas, F. (2009). ‘Soundscapes Oltrarno’, in Frenchman, D., Mitchell, W. (eds) Technology, Livability and the Historic City. Future of Firenze. MIT Press, pp. 80-85. ISBN 978-0-9794774-3-0 
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