Stefano Corbo

Stefano Corbo (b. 1981) is an Italian architect, researcher and educator. He holds a PhD and a MArch II in Advanced Architectural Design from UPM-ETSAM Madrid (Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura). He has taught at several academic Institutions: Nanjing University; LAU Beirut (Lebanese American University); The Faculty of Architecture in Alghero, Italy; and ETSAM Madrid. He has also been a guest lecturer at SAC Städelschule Frankfurt, Deakin University in Melbourne, College of Design Minnesota, ESALA Edinburgh, The University of Miami and The University of Wisconsin.

Corbo has contributed to several international journals (OASE, Domus, Mark, CLOG, Il Giornale dell’Architettura) and has published two books: From Formalism to Weak Form: The Architecture and Philosophy of Peter Eisenman(Ashgate/Routledge, 2016) and Interior Landscapes: A Visual Atlas (Images, 2016), a journey through the interior-exterior dichotomy in modern and contemporary architecture.

In 2012, after working at Mecanoo Architecten, Corbo founded his own office, SCSTUDIO (, a multidisciplinary network practicing public architecture and design and preoccupied with intellectual, economic and cultural contexts.

Fall 2018 Courses

  • LAEL-1017-01 History Of Interior Architecture I: 1400-1850
  • INTAR-2380-01 Intro To Design Studio II

Spring 2019 Courses

  • INTAR-23ST-01 Advanced Design Studios
  • LAEL-1027-01 History Of Interior Architecture II: 1850 To Present


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