FABRIZIO GALLANTI is a founding member of the collective gruppo A12 (1993-2004) and the architectural research studio Fig-Projects (2003-Present). He has taught architecture design and architectural theory in Chile (Pontificia Universidad Católica and Universidad Diego Portales, 2002-2008) and Italy (Politecnico di Milano, 2007-2010). Currently, he is a senior fellow at Princeton University's School of Architecture. He received his M.Arch from the Universita di Genova in 1995 and Ph.D. from Politecnico di Torino in 2001.
Gallanti has written for international magazines such as A+U, Domus, San Rocco, Clog, and The Journal of Architectural Education. Between 2007 and 2011 he was the architecture editor and web editor of Abitare magazine. Between 2011 and 2014 he was the Associate Director Programs at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, Canada, where he was responsible for exhibitions, and public and educational programs. While at the Centre he curated exhibitions on the work of Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza and the current urban condition of Montreal.
Gallanti's research focuses on the relationship between economy, territory and urban transformation. These issues are at the center of his research project Tortona Stories, which analyzes the condition of the countryside in Italy, currently on display at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia.