Giulia Marino graduated from the University of Florence and gained her Doctor of Sciences at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). She is a Professor at the UCLouvain, LOCI-LAB Bruxelles, and researcher at the Laboratory of Techniques and Preservation of Modern Architecture at the EPFL (TSAM), which she co-founded with Franz Graf in 2007. Her research examines the history of construction techniques and building services in the 20th century and strategies for conservation and restoration of modern and contemporary heritage. Her principal publications include her monograph on the complex of the Caisse d’allocations familiales de Paris (Picard, 2009), and her book on the restoration of the Lignon housing estate (Infolio, 2012). A member of Icomos, Giulia Marino has also been Vice President of Docomomo Switzerland. Franz Graf and Giulia Marino recently published Addor architecte (with Mélanie Delaune Perrin, MétisPresses, 2015), the volume Building Environment and Interior Comfort in 20th-Century Architecture (PPUR, 2016) and a book on the Buvette d’Évian by Maurice Novarina and Jean Prouvé (Infolio, 2018). Their latest work, published by Editions Infolio in 2020, examining the Cité Avanchet-Parc in Geneva, further extends their research on large-scale housing precincts of the 1945-1975 period.