Sylvie Duvernoy is an architect, graduated from Paris University in 1982. In 1988 she received her PhD from the Architecture Department of the University of Florence. After teaching classes in architectural drawing for several years at the engineering and architecture faculties of the University of Florence, she recently began teaching at the University of Ferrara and at the Politecnico di Milano. Her post-graduate research focuses on the reciprocal influences between mathematics and architecture. The results of her studies have been published and presented in several international papers and conferences.
In addition to research and teaching, she always maintained a private professional activity. After working for a few years in the Parisian office of an international Swiss architecture firm, she is now partner of an associate office in Florence, whose projects range from remodeling and restoration to new constructions, in Italy and abroad.
Among her publications:
– Sylvie Duvernoy, Elementi di disegno (Le Lettere, 2011).