Perit Lino Bianco has been elected professor of the International Academy of Architecture at the World Triennial of Architecture held in Sofia under the patronage of the President of the Republic of Bulgaria and UNESCO. He was appointed professor in recognition for his achievements in the development of contemporary architecture. A professorship at the Academy is a high honour and acknowledgment of a special contribution to the profession. Perit Bianco is one of the youngest architects ever to hold this prestigious post.
The Academy is made up of academicians and professors. Architects who contributed to contemporary architecture are elected professors, whilst the most prominent contributors to world architecture are elected academicians. These include leading architects such as Norman Foster, Richard Rogers, Renzo Piano and the Maltese architect of international repute Richard England.
Perit Bianco is a lecturer in history and theory of architecture at the University of Malta and a visiting professor in urban planning at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy of Sofia, Bulgaria. He set up the architectural and environmental planning consultancy firm Lino Bianco and Associates, fifteen years ago.
29 April 2017