Annalisa Metta | Architect and Landscape Architect, Associated Prof of Landscape Architecture at RomaTRE University.
Annalisa Metta (1977), graduated in architecture at the Roma Tre University (2002), PhD in Architecture of Parks and Gardens(Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria, XX cycle), since 2010 is permanent assistant professor in Landscape Architecture (ICAR 15) for the Department of Architecture at the Roma Tre University. She teaches theory and design of landscape architecture for the Department of Architecture of the Roma Tre University. She coordinates the Master of Science Laboratory “Through the GRA. Projects for the ring-city “. In 2011 she conceived and held the course “FAP – Fundamentals of Landscape Architecture”, then chosen in four semesters by over than 450 students as an optional subject. She is member of the faculty in the PhD Program Landscapes of the Contemporary City. She has taught in several Italian and foreign universities, including the Escola Tecnica Superior d’Arquitectura (Barcelona, 2010), the School of Design at Penn University (Philadelphia, 2010), the Rome Program at Washington University in Seattle (Rome 2011 and 2015), the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage de Versailles / Marseille (2016). She is the Italian Fellow in Architecture at the American Academy in Rome (2016-2017), with the project “Southward. When Rome will have gone to Tunis”. Since 2007, she carries out design activities in Osa architettura e paesaggio, set in Rome, of which she is a founder and partner with M. Acito, M. Burrascano, L. Catalano, C. Rogai and L. Reale. In 2012 Osa architettura e paesaggio edited and designed the Bosco Italia section of the Italian Pavilion at the 13th edition of the International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.