Francesco Trovó, an architect, received his doctorate in the Conservation of Architectural Heritage at Politecnico di Milano. Since 2010, following a period of professional activity, he was appointed official architect at the Soprintendenza ABAP for the Municipality of Venice and its lagoon. He is currently responsible for the functional area Education and Research, and acts as the reference for the UNESCO site of Venice and its lagoon and is in charge of other coordination activities on city events, on the occupation of public land (in a shared role) and as a member representing the Office of the Bell Tower Commission at the Prefecture. He has held roles in public interventions in Venice at the Marciana National Library, Gallerie dell’Accademia, the Jesuit Church and the bell towers of Venice. He teaches Architectural Restoration at the IUAV University of Venice and at the Cà Foscari University of Venice. He has carried out research on issues relating to the historical buildings of Venice. He is the author of several scientific publications including: Nuova Venezia Antica, 2008; I serramenti dell’edilizia storica di Venezia, 2013; Venezia Fragile, with P. Gasparoli, 2014 and Conoscenza e restauro degli intonaci e delle superfici murarie esterne di Venezia, with F. Doglioni, A. Squassina, L. Scappin, 2017, Venezia Resiliente, with P. Gasparoli and F. Pianezze, 2020; Feste tradizionali e rievocazioni storiche. A heritage to safeguard, 2020. Eligible winner of competition for researcher at IUAV of Venice in Architectural Restoration. He is member of the Scientific Committee of ReC Magazine, of the Restoration group of the Federation of Architects of Veneto and of the Association Science and Cultural Heritage, member of Ateneo Veneto.