Claudio Greco is an architect and civil engineer practicing in Rome, where he was born in 1955. Greco is a researcher and professor of Architecture and Architectural Composition at the Tor Vergata University of Rome. Active in various fields of design, Greco focuses on the relationship between form and construction, and new and pre-existing architecture. Greco’s research spans a multitude of topics, such as: the Italian modern movement; the renovation and reuse of historic, modern, and urban architecture; elements of past and present Chinese architecture; and new methods in the field of architectural composition.
"INTERSECTION OF ART, SCIENCE, AND ARCHITECTURE STOCHASTIC ARCHITECTURAL COMPOSITIONS OF EVENTUALIST THEORY,"
IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse: Vol. 7, Article 1.