Martina Callegaro is an Assistant Professor and has taught Interior and Transportation Design in Italy and in France.
Her recent research concerns alternative dwellings for degrowth related to contemporary forms of nomadism. She also worked on houseboating for European Inland Waterways and adaptive reuse of working boats to protect historical floating heritage.
She studied Interior Design and Cruise and Vessels Design at the Politecnico di Milano and the University of Genoa. She completed her PhD in Architecture and Design at the University of Genoa in Italy. Since then she worked as a lecturer at Rubika – Institut Supérieur du Design in Valenciennes, France, and as a Transportation Designer for Type H, an Italian company working on custom body kits for Citroën vans.