Stefano Boeri is an architect, a theorist, an urban planner, a professor focused on environmental, social and political issues.
He was editor in chief of the international magazines "Domus" and "Abitare". In 2009, he founded Stefano Boeri Architects and his works have been exhibited internationally, including at the Venice Biennale.
Stefano Boeri is also the founder of the Multiplicity research network, a multidisciplinary project dedicated to the study of contemporary urban transformations.
Among his best-known projects, the Vertical Forest in the Isola neighborhood in Milan, a residential building that contributes to the sustainable regeneration of the environment and urban biodiversity without the implication of expanding cities on the territory.
Curator of numerous projects for the city of Milan including Pianocity, Bookcity, OCA, Boeri had taken part of the Architecture Advisory Board in charge of developing the guidelines for the urban transformations of the 2015 Milan Architecture Expo together with Richard Burdett, Jacques Herzog and William MacDonough.