Simone Grasso joined Systematica in 2021 after gaining a Master’s Degree in City & Technology at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Spain.
He is an urban planning consultant, acting mainly as Computational Urban Designer and GIS analyst, dealing with urban analysis and visualizations, mainly related to spatial analysis, mobility strategies and project performances.
He has been involved and is currently contributing to a number of international projects in Europe, Asia and Middle East, working at different scales, from territorial studies, to masterplans and complex buildings mobility strategies.
He’s proficient with a wide array of specialistic software, such as Rhino and Grasshopper3D, QuantumGis, Adobe suite and AutoCad.
PHOENIX POBLENOU: A Toolkit to Promote Urban Vibrancy Using Morphological Metrics.
with S. M. Kousoula, S. Coskun Gokalp, A. Novikova, K. Patil, A. Chronis, I. Neri. A. Pappa, M. Nikoufar
City Street5 “The Time of Streets: Incisions, overlaps and rhythms”
Lisbon School of Architecture
FLOWERPOWDER: A new ecological corridor for pollinators
with A.Aguirre Such, M. Murat, R. Palazzolo Henkes, M. Marengo & Eduardo Rico, I. Neri.
Responsive Cities Symposium: Design with Nature
Barcelona, Nov. 2021
“Participation, information, action: a collaborative map to evaluate urban streets”
with N. Giuffrida, E. Muschella, R. Dell’Osso, G. Inturri, M. Ignaccolo, S. D’Urso.
11th International Conference on Innovation in Urban and Regional Planning (INPUT),
Integrating Nature-Based Solutions in Planning Science and Practice
University of Catania, 9-11 sept 2020, Catania, Italy
“L’interazione tra uomo e spazio urbano”
in “Sovrappasso d’uomo: processi che ridefiniscono bisogni”
S. Grasso, D. Valastro (edited by)
Milano: Maggioli Editore