Federica Morgia (Rome, 1969) is an architect and PhD in Architectural Composition. Following graduation she continued her studies in Spain at ETSAM, Madrid, under Juan Navarro Baldeweg (1998-2000). In 2000 she and some colleagues set up the Officina5_Architetti Associati studio. Her architecture projects include the new IUAV headquarters in Venice, the ASI building in Rome, a prototype Mobile School in Argentina, the Memorial Park in San Giuliano di Puglia and the Italian Pavilion for EXPO 2015 in Milan. Morgia’s main cultural contributions include the publication in 2007 of her book Catastrofe: istruzioni per l’uso; in 2008 she curated the international exhibition Peacebuildings at the Casa dell’Architettura in Rome, and in 2010 she published Enric Miralles – Benedetta Tagliabue 2000-2010. Since 2012 she has worked in the Department of Architecture and Design at La Sapienza University, Rome, carrying out both teaching and research activities.