Architect, PhD, Research Fellow
Politecnico di Milano

Marco Gola is an architect, PhD, graduated in Architecture for Sustainability at Politecnico di Torino. He is a Research Fellow at Politecnico di Milano and he was a student of Alta Scuola Politecnica, obtaing the diploma with a multidisciplinary evaluation system of hospitals’ sustainability; the work was published by Springer in the text ‘Improving sustainability during hospital design and operation’. 

Nowadays he is specializing in hospital design and planning starting from a previous experience in the Healthcare Department of Techint Engineering & Construction and a master of II level in ‘Pianificazione, programmazione e progettazione dei sistemi ospedalieri e socio-sanitari’ organized by PoliMI, Univerisità degli Studi di Milano and Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Rome.

His research project is about Indoor Air Quality in healing spaces, in particular about chemical pollution. Starting from a collaboration with Istituto Superiore di Sanità in Rome, his research permitted to have several monitoring activities in several inpatient rooms and to define design and management strategies for healthy healing environments.

Currently he is a member of Italian Society of Hygiene, a member of the European Chapter of International Academy of Design and Health, and a member of the executive council of CNETO, as well the representative of CNETO Giovani.