What we do
Urban Cosmography is an office for urban research established in 2019 from architects Francesca Cocchiara and Sergios Strigklogiannis.
By exploring the complexity that characterizes cities and human settlements, our intent is to demonstrate that every space is a space of relation.
We work to realize community-oriented projects considering the urban space as the ground to root positive behaviors.
We promote engagement in talking about cities by writing articles, building an Urban Vocabulary and advertising calls for papers, conferences, and various educational programs.
Francesca Cocchiara is an architect from Cagliari, Italy. She graduated at the University of Cagliari, (2011) and obtained a Master of Science in Human Settlements at the KU Leuven, Belgium (2014). Having lived and worked in many cities across Europe and the USA, she developed a strong interest in how people shape their own environment and vice versa. She is an affiliate of Planners for Climate Action.
Sergios Strigklogiannis is an architect from Rhodes, Greece. He graduated from the University of Stuttgart, Germany (2008) and obtained a Master of Science in Human Settlements at the KU Leuven, Belgium (2014). Alongside his professional practice, he is a Ph.D. researcher at the National Technical University of Athens focusing on the social impact of urban design practices.