Consultant, Regional Representative (Brussels)
Giuseppe Alizzi is a Consultant working with Systematica since 2012. He graduated in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano, with a focus on spatial planning and human geography. At Systematica, he has been actively involved in a number of international projects in Africa, Asia, Europe and USA. Between 2013 and 2016, he worked at the first national transport master plan for the Palestinian National Authority. Currently, he is also Systematica’s regional representative for Benelux, working between Brussels and Milan.
Giuseppe Alizzi works in the multi-faceted realm of Spatial and Transport Planning, tackling projects at different scales – from national to regional to urban – located in contexts differing each other for both geographic and socio-economic reasons: from developing-economy countries in tropical zone (Mozambique, Palestinian National Authority, Vietnam) to oil-based economy countries in sub-tropic and desert zone (Bahrain, UAE, KSA) to service-based economy countries in temperate and continental zone (France, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Poland, Russia, Turkey, USA).
As consultant within a larger team of multi-skilled designers, he is constantly involved in all projects’ phases: from preliminary research activities – both desk-based and on-field – to master planning, reports’ drafting, deliverables management, and interaction with clients, authorities and stakeholders.
Since 2016, he has been also working on Systematica’s communication, co-managing the re-branding strategy and the publication of the first issue of Systematica’s journal: Transform Transport.
In the same year, his first book «Sham Sham. Persone cose e luoghi siriani» was published by Mesogea.