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Maurizio G. Scarciglia
Born in Manduria (Italy), Maurizio Scarciglia founded NAUTA architecture & research in 2007. He studied at TU Delft and at the University “La Sapienza” of Rome, where he graduated with honors in 2002. His thesis was finalist in the “Archiprix International competition” and exhibited at the Technical University of Istanbul, Turkey. Next to the architectural practice, he’s a teacher and researcher in urbanism and landscape at the TU Delft, where he developed a research on the evolution of ‘leisure’ architecture from the Hadrian ‘s Villa in Tivoli (Italy) to the contemporary
resort. Previous to founding NAUTA he worked at OMA Rem Koolhaas as project architect-manager for several projects. Scarciglia has been guest critic at the Rotterdam Academy of Architecture and lectures regularly in several cultural institutions, such as AIR foundation in Rotterdam, the SUPSI Lugano (Switzerland), The Shenzhen Urban Design Institute and the South East University Architecture & Design Institute Nanjing (China).
He is currently cooperating with the University of Quito, Ecuador, for a research about sustainable forms of tourism in the Galapagos islands. Scarciglia worked as editor for several architecture magazines, among which Metamorfosi (Rome) and C3 (South Korea).

Work experience
since 2007 founding director of NAUTA architecture & research, Rotterdam, NL – Avetrana, IT
2003-2006 OMA Rem Koolhaas, Rotterdam, NL. Architect-project architect/manager
2003 EEA-Erick van Egeraat associated architects, Rotterdam, NL. Architect
2002 Massimiliano Fuksas architects, Rome, IT. Architect

2003 Masterclass ‘Staal’. Berlage Institute, Rotterdam.
2002 Graduation in Architecture and Urban Design (110/110 cum laude), University “La Sapienza”, Rome, IT, in collaboration
with the TU Delft, NL.
2002 Final project research grant, Technische Universiteit Delft, NL
2000-2001 Technische Universiteit Delft, NL – Socrates Erasmus program