Valeria Federighi is an architect and assistant professor at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. She received a M.Arch. and a Ph.D. from the same university, and a Master of Science in Design Research from the University of Michigan. Her research work focuses on trajectories of expanded practice in architecture. She is on the editorial board of the journal Ardeth – Architectural Design Theory – and she is part of the ‘China Room’ research group. Her main publication to date is the book “The Informal Stance: representations of architectural design and informal settlements,” Applied Research&Design, ORO Editions 2018.
Armando, A., Barioglio, C., Campobenedetto, D., Cesareo, F., Federighi, V., Frassoldati, F. (2019). “The assemblage of rights in a projection horizon.” Ardeth #4: pp. 5 – 14.
Federighi, V. Turpin, E. (2015). “A new element, a new force, a new input. Antonio Stoppani’s Anthropozoic.” In E. Ellsworth, J. Kruse (eds.), Making the geologic now: responses to material conditions of contemporary life. New York: Punctum Books.