Francesco Garofalo founded Openfabric in 2011, an office specialized in landscape architecture and urban planning based in the Netherlands. Francesco Garofalo studied Landscape Architecture in Van Hall Larenstein Arnhem, the Netherlands and in Genoa University. Through Openfabric he has led various awarded competitions and commissions, including: a proposal for New Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt; an AIDS memorial park, New York, USA; renewal of the main boulevard in Genoa — Via XX Settembre, Italy (First prize); an urban square, realized in The Hague, The Netherlands (First prize). Francesco currently teaches at the Amsterdam Academy.



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