Giulia Pozzi (Bologna, 1987) studied architecture at the Faculty of Architecture in Ferrara (FAF) and at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen (KADK). Graduated with honours in 2012 her thesis was selected for the edition 2013 of Archiprix Italia.
In 2013 she was awarded with the first prize for Europan 12 Kristinehamn, competition in Sweden in team with INOUT architettura. She worked for Diverserighestudio and collaborated with Tasca studio in Bologna, with who she took part in the exhibition PROGETTO STAVECO, curated by Alma Mater, University of Bologna (2013).
From 2014 until 2018 she worked in the international landscape architecture firm Topotek 1 in Berlin, being project manager of serval projects in Europe and Russia, where she was in charge of the re-design of urban boulevard Novy Arbat for Strelka KB and in Middle East for the Jerusalem Gateway project.
From October 2020 she is a Guest Professor at Universität Kassel, SDG 11 Nachhaltige Städte und Gemeinden / Sustainable Cities and Communities