Roberto Pasini (Arch UniFirenze, honors; MArch Harvard, Fulbright; PhD UniFerrara/Polis, cum laude) is a full professor of architecture at the University of Monterrey. He studied architecture and urban design in Florence, Vienna, and Boston and taught, lectured, and guest-reviewed in several academic institutions in America, Europe, and Asia, including UIC Barcelona, Polis University, Università di Bologna, Boston Architectural Center, University of California Los Angeles, Syracuse University Florence, RISD Providence, CUHK Hong Kong, HUST Wuhan, Tsinghua Beijing, Tongji Shanghai, Chiba University Tokyo, UAM Mexico City. At Harvard, he has taught Architecture, Urban Planning, and Landscape Architecture. From 2004 to 2008, he served as a jury member of the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage. He is author of The Symbiotic Field (Edifir 2016) and co-author with Peter Rowe of Territorialization in Areas of Romagna (Harvard, 2004). Pasini received the H.C. Andersen Architecture Prize from the Accademia Nazionale di San Luca.
He graduated from the IUAV – Facoltà di Architettura, Venice with Franco Purini with a project for an environmental survey center located in the Venetian lagoon area. Prior to starting his professional practice with AUS, he took part in mational and intenational competitions and collaborated with other offices in the design and implementation of several works of different scales.