Martino Tattara is a practicing architect and Assistant professor at KU Leuven, Faculty of Architecture since 2016. After graduating at the Università Iuav di Venezia, he obtained a postgraduate Master degree at the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam and a PhD in Urbanism at the Università Iuav di Venezia with a dissertation centred on Lucio Costa’s project for Brasilia. He has taught at the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam (2006-2012) and was the head of research and teaching at ETH/Studio Basel (2012-2015). Together with Dogma, his architectural practice, he is working on a research by design trajectory that focuses on domestic space and its potential for transformation. In the last years, Dogma has exhibited studies and projects at different venues, among which the Tallinn Architectural Biennale 2014, the HKW Berlin 2015, the Biennale di Venezia 2016, Chicago Architectural Biennial 2017. His writings and projects have appeared in many journals and magazines, while a forthcoming book titled Living and working is currently under preparation. He regularly participates at international conferences and is frequently invited to lecture on his work at universities and cultural institutions.