Fabio Paoletti is an Italian civil engineer. Born in March 1969, he graduated in March 2001 from the University of Bologna in Ingegneria Civile Sez. Edile‚ (Civil Engineering, Aedile Section). Fabio has been a student and teaching assistant at the Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture Summer Schools in 1993 and 1995, and he is also a member of the Prince of Wales’s Alumni.
From September 2001 Fabio has taught Tecnichal Architecture at the University of Bologna. Fabio was Visiting Professor at the University of Notre Dame in Rome in 2007 and 2008.
From March 2001 Fabio has been Project Manager of Pier Carlo Bontempi‚ architectural firm in Gaiano di Collecchio in Parma. His work is focused on architectural and urban projects with the goal of constructing new buildings and cities in a traditional manner both in Europe and North America.
Fabio Paoletti was a signatory of the Charter for European Urbanism, and has lectured at the Summer School of the University of Bologna “Re-Thinking the City” in Morciano di Romagna, at the SAIE in Bologna, the University of Notre Dame in Rome, the Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference in Boston (USA), the University of Miami in Florida, the Museum Magi’900 in Pieve di Cento (BO), the V Triennale di architettura e urbanistica in Bologna and at the “Pecha Kucha Night” in Rimini.