Gigetta Tamaro received her degree on 1958 with Giuseppe Samonà and became Giancarlo De Carlo's assistant in IUAV, Venice. She was visiting professor at Wiener Architekturseminar, Universitat Politecnica of Catalunya, and professor at UniTs in Trieste. She also founded DO.CO.MO.MO. (Documentation and Conservation of buildings, sites, and neighborhoods of the Modern Movement) in Italy. Some of her works are the Trieste urban center requalification (1973), the expansion of SS. Giovanni e Paolo Hospital in Venice (1978), Maggiore Hospital of Trieste (1980), Silos urban terminal in Trieste (1987-95), and the requalification of Rogers Station in Trieste.
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