Born in Milano, Italy (1983). Architect co-worker with Politecnico di Milano. He graduated with full legal marks in Architecture (Laurea) with a thesis on Architecture and Cultural promotion and preservation in the Upper Braldoh Valley, Pakistan. He is graduate in Architecture at the Faculty of Architettura Civile of the Politecnico di Milano, with a thesis about s”Safeguard and Conservation of the historical architectural heritage and sustainable development of Askole village and the Upper Braldo Valley in Baltistan, Pakistan.
Architectural and Cultural Heritage documentation, research ,architectural conservation and planning. Collaboration for the Restoration, Revitalization and Social Sustainable development of the Tatev village, Armenia in 2006 (Centro Studi e Documentazione della Cultura Armena, Milano).
Collaboration for the project “Askole House Museum” and creation of the “Askole House museum in situ at Askole, Baltistan (Pakistan) in 2008-2009 (Politecnico di Milano).
Since 2010 employed to develop Feasibility studies for the project named “Multan city Project”; a projects for a sustainable development and cultural-architectural safeguard of the historical core of Multan city, Punjab, Pakistan (Fondazione Politecnico di Milano).
Daniele Becco’ s research interest are in the Architectural planning in emerging countries; his knowledge abot Islamic culture and Arabic language leads his personal and professional research concerning the architectural and environment upgrading, conservation and development in Muslim countries.
He is part of the technical advisors team of Fondazione Politecnico di Milano, field architect, working constantly in Multan for the duration of the first phase of the project (six months).
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