Giulia Castellazzi studied Urban Planning and Landscape Architecture until 2021, graduating from Politecnico di Milano. Her interest in research and GIS software applications in territorial planning led her to an internship at the Politecnico DABC Lab, developing methodologies to map Ecosystem Services and climate risk, forecasting impacts on biodiversity, landscape and human health. After completing her academic studies Giulia worked in the Netherlands, focusing on large-scale territorial visions, landscape regeneration strategies, masterplans and design concepts.

Since October 2022, Giulia has been working as a Landscape Architect in Research & Innovation at LAND Research Lab, contributing to European projects in the field of climate resilience, applying GIS methodologies to support spatial planning and decision-making processes.

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Volvo Electric Charging Station, Milan

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Regeneration of the Enel Palladio Plant, Porto Marghera

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