Gabriele Neri, architect, PhD in History of Architecture and Urban Planning. He is adjunct professor of History of Design and Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan from 2011. He is researcher at the Academy of Architecture, Mendrisio (CH). The author of essays on the history of architecture, engineering and design, he curated exhibitions in Italy and abroad. He contributes to the Sunday supplement of the Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore and he is on the editorial staff of the Swiss magazine Archi. Among his publications: Capolavori in miniatura. Pier Luigi Nervi e la modellazione strutturale (2014); Caricature architettoniche. Satira e critica del progetto moderno (2015), focused on the relation between satire and architecture from 1850 onwards; Umberto Riva. Interni e allestimenti (2017), dedicated to the interior and exhibit design of the Italian architect. In 2015 he won the Second Research Grant from The Design History Foundation (Barcelona, Spain) and the Alfaro-Hofmann Collection (Valencia, Spain).