Turin: from Baroque to contemporary architecture, from Brownfields to Greenfields. Discover the misknown italian city with us!We are two young women architects, PhD in history of architecture, with experience in critics, communication and journalism of architecture. Our passion is to guide people around our city. Generally known as the Italian one company town, about twenty years ago Turin started a process of deep change, looking for a new urban identity. With its huge transformation, the city standing at the foot of the Alps has become a laboratory-city for the reconversion of the post-industrial heritage. The directions of change are multiple and they are leaving important signs in its urban fabric. Besides its industrial history, Torino can surprise with its Baroque architecture, that has brought the city to the forefront of international popularity among architects, and with some masterpieces of the Italian modern architecture, such as the works by Pier Luigi Nervi and Carlo Mollino.
Cristiana Chiorino Architect, with a master in Conservation of modern architecture and a Phd in History of Architecture. Since 2010 she is partner of Studio Associato Comunicarch, specialised in the communication and journalism of architecture. In 2014 she founded To(ur)arch the Turin branch of Guiding Architects Network. In 2015 she has written with Giulietta Fassino and Laura Milan the architectural guide on Turin for DOM Publishers (English and Italian editions). She has worked in the organization of important exhibitions on architecture such as „Pier Luigi Nervi. Architecture as Challenge“ developing a deep knowledge on the Italian engineer. From 2005 until 2014 she has been deputy editor in chief of the monthly magazine „Il Giornale dell’Architettura“ published by Umberto Allemandi & C.
Architect with a PhD in History of Architecture. Since 2010 she is a partner of Studio Associato Comunicarch, specializing in journalism and architecture communication. Since 2002 she is member of the editorial board of the monthly “Il Giornale dell’Architettura”, published by Umberto Allemandi & C. She has a deep knowledge of Carlo Mollino's work and contributed to the exhibitions "Carlo Mollino architetto" in Turin 2006 and "Carlo Mollino. Maniera moderna" in Munich 2011.