University of Florence
Department of Architecture (DiDA)

Giada Cerri is an architect and holds a Ph.D. in Management and Development of Cultural Heritage. Her research interests focus mainly on museum design, seismic vulnerability and the safety of museum collections, and the management of cultural heritage. She carries on both research and professional activity, seeking for mutual and continuous inspiration. She was a post-doctoral fellow at the DIDA for three years, and is now part of the research project RESIMUS, a multidisciplinary study on resilience and museums. She works as a museum consultant and designer. Her experience encompasses collaborations with the Ceramic Museum of Montelupo Fiorentino and the MuDEV – Museo Empolese Valdelsa (Italy), the Museu da Casa Brasileira (Brazil) and the Bard Graduate Center Gallery (USA). She is Adjunct Professor of Interior Design in the Master in Interior Design programme at the DIDA Design Campus.