Elena Magarotto

Milano, Italy

Elena Magarotto, Architect and Phd in "Design and technologies for the enhancement of cultural heritage" has carried out for several years research at the Department of the Polytechnic of Milan which today is called "Department of architecture, construction engineering and built environment", dealing in particular with innovative technologies and systems for the enclosure, enhancement of cultural heritage at the scale of the building, steel systems and technologies.
Following the Phd, he published the text "Innovative technologies for the enhancement of cultural heritage. The case of facade coverings", published by Maggioli Editore.
From 2010 to 2011 she was a lecturer in the degree course in English in Architecture, for the Course Building Design Studio.
In his career as a freelancer he has deepened the theme of energy audits and technologies and solutions for energy efficiency, developing projects and relationships related to the energy performance of buildings.
He has been collaborating with the Iris Ceramica Group since 2005, where he coordinates major projects and construction sites, technical assessments and feasibility studies.
Since 2019 he is responsible for Iris Ceramica Group for the technical development of products and systems and the Granitech structure, which deals with the design and construction of architectural casings such as ventilated facades, raised floors and dry applications of porcelain stoneware slabs.

Polytechnic of Milan
University Master’s Course of 2 year-level-CMU2, Planning,
Planning and Design of Hospital and Health Care Systems (2018 - 2019)

Polytechnic of Milan
Phd, Technology of Architecture (2005 - 2008)

Polytechnic of Milan
Architecture (1998 - 2004)