Marson Korbi is a Ph.D. architect at the Polytechnic of Bari. His research entitled New Forms of Dwelling. Collective dwelling within and beyond the city of cognitive capitalism, affronted in political and design terms, explores historical housing experiences as forms of micro-welfare and proposes new prototypes of collective living for the different types of contemporary “knowledge workers” and their ways of life.
He has participated in many Seminars and public speeches. He has collaborated with Martino Tattara and Pier Vittorio Aureli (Dogma) in the research concluded with the publication of the book Loveless: The Minimum Dwelling and its Discontent, in the exhibition “Home Future” – London Design Museum (2018). He has worked in many research projects and lectures in Albania. He is a member of collective—CNCRT.