Veronica Gizzi

Born in Palermo 1986, she is an architect who combines interests in architectural design, urban history and service design. In 2014 she graduated at the University of Palermo with a thesis entitled 'From Strada Colonna to Foro Borbonico: projects for Palermo’s waterfront between urban facilities and decorum urbis (XVI-XIX centuries)'. Later, from 2017 to 2018, she attended and achieved a master's degree in Relational Design in which she had the opportunity to collaborate with the design lab PUSH. This friendship and her deep commitment to environmental issue led her to develop the project called Junkbox, a waste management educational game for preschool kids. She currently works at Genovese architectural studio in Palermo.




last update: October 2019

Articles published on IXD&A: 


• Junkbox, a waste management educational game for preschool kids, N.40, pp. 46 - 56, abstractdownload