Zaira Magliozzi

  • 12 July 2016


Zaira Magliozzi
Architect, architecture editor and critic

Freelance Architect, architecture editor and critic based in Rome. Graduated in Architecture at University of La Sapienza in Rome, from 2006 starts her collaboration with different on line and off line magazines.
Currently she is the italian correspondent for the european magazine A10 new European Architecture, contributor writer for Il Giornale dell’Architettura and columnist for the web magazine presS/Tletter both in its italian and international edition presS/T International | worldwide architecture outside star system. She’s also working as Pr, Project Manager and Communication Consultant in partnership with communication agencies and Brands curating special projects focused on architectural and design contents.
In 2016 she co-founds Superficial Studio, a creative office based in Rome to research and develop projects focused on communication, image, architecture&design, culture, events, branding.
She was responsible of the section Architecture at the italian Art magazine Artribune (2011-2015), Managing Editor at Livingroome | Interior Design Magazine (2014-2015), part of the editorial staff at the international magazine Compasses distributed in the Arabic Emirates (2009-2013)
Her articles and essays are also published on the Architectural Review, Architects
Journal, L’Arca, Gambero Rosso, Il Mattino, Ulisse (former Alitalia magazine) and Quaderno di Comunicazione.
She is in the IN/ARCH Lazio’s steering committee (the regional section of the National Institute of Architecture founded by Bruno Zevi) to promote the architectural debate through conferences
and events. She is also an active collaborator of the creative laboratory presS/Tfactory – part of the AIAC, Italian Association of Architecture and Criticism – curating, coordinating and organizing exhibitions, workshops, competitions, courses and international meetings focused on architecture.