Marc Di Domenico

Florence Institute of Design Intl. S.r.l.

Marc Thompson Di Domenico8 Maggio, 2002- Titolo professionale di Architettoriconosciuto in Italia dal Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università’ e dellaRicerca a seguito del superamento di prova attitudinale scritta edorale.29 Dicembre 1999- Titolo NCARB, NazionaleConsiglio dei architetti registrati.4 Augusto 1999- Titolo di Architetto rilasciatodal’ Commonwealth of PennsylvaniaTitoli di studio14 Maggio 2000- Laurea di Master in Architetturadalla Syracuse University, Firenze, IT13 Giugno 1998- Laurea di Dottore in Architetturadalla Drexel University, Philadelphia,USA31 Maggio 1992- Diploma dalla St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, Philadelphia, USA2011 AIAce Vice Presidente2009 AIAce Presidente2008 AIAce First Vice Presidente2007 AIAce Vice Presidente2006 AIAceVice Presidente4 settembre 2004-2008 Commissione Per l’organizzazione dei ConvegniArch. Marc DiDomenico was born in Philadelphia in 1974 and is the founder and creative director of the Florence Institute of Design International. Situated in the historical center of Florence, the institute is an international design school open to students world wide. DiDomenico also servers as First Vice-President of the American Institute of Architects Continental Europe chapter. Through the AIACE he is involved with the organization of design exhibitions, architectural tours, and international conferences. AIACE attracts hundreds of architects and designers with members throughout Europe and North America. In Florence, DiDomenico has collaborated with some of the finest design studios gaining experience in planning, interiors, international competitions, and historic preservation. While with the Florentine architect Andrea Ponsi, he participated in competitions honored and published at the highest levels. While with Pisan architect, Massimo Carmassi he gained extensive experience with historical restorations, modern insertions, cultural facilities, and urban planning. Arch DiDomenico was educated in the United States with degrees from both Drexel and Syracuse Universities. While perusing his undergraduate studies he worked for many years at the firm of Ewing Cole in Philadelphia. In 2002 was recognized by the Minister of Instruction as an Italian architect and subsequently accepted into the Florentine Order of Architects.
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