Anabel Gelhaar

Anabel Gelhaar (born 1970 in Hamburg) lives in Venice, where she studied architecture and worked for IUAV studi & progetti. Since 2007 she has worked for cfk architetti where they mainly dedicated to competitions and editorial work. She is author of the book “Architectural Guide Venice. Buildings and Projects after 1950 “, DOM publishers, 2014, and founding member of MOVEnice.

Rita Francesca Grandi

Rita Francesca Grandi is a Vicenza-based architect who graduated in Venice. She developed her research thesis in New York and conducted her work in Paris at the Centre Technique de Matériaux Naturels de Construction. She has been working for many architectural firms. In 2013, she contributed to a publication while she was collaborating with the Palladio Museum in Vicenza. She continues to perform independent research in the architectural field. She is founding member of MOVEnice.

Clemens F. Kusch

Clemens F. Kusch (born in 1963 in Rome) lives in Venice and Paris. He studied architecture at the University of Venice, where he received his PhD and taught since 1982 as visiting professor. Since his studies he has been active in the framework of German-Italian relations in architecture operating as contact architect for German offices as gmp – von Gerkan, Marg und Partner, the curators of the Venice Biennale as well as a correspondent for magazines. From 2009-2015 he coordinated the German-Italian joint project for the reconstruction of the Humboldt-Forum. He is author of the book “Architectural Guide Venice. Buildings and Projects after 1950 “, DOM publishers, 2014 and founding member of MOVEnice.

Martin Weigert

Martin Weigert born in Regensburg in 1974, he took a Degree in Architecture at the Bauhaus University in Weimar, during a student exchange in 2002/03 he completed successfully the Portuguese Degree. Besides three years of formation as a joiner he worked in different architecture offices. Sine 2006 he works for cfk architetti, where he followed amongst others the site of the hospital “Borgotrento”.