Pietro Carlo Pellegrini studied architecture and graduated from the University of Pescara in 1983.
He is scientific director of the Post-Graduate Master for the Design of Public Space based in Lucca. He has been a professor at the faculties of architecture of Genoa and Ferrara and has taught design workshops at the faculties of architecture of Delft, Naples and Venice.
His designs were exhibited at the 8th, 9th and 12th editions of the Biennale of Venice.
He has been awarded several prizes, including the ANDIL Prize OPERA PRIMA 1992, the DEDALO Prize 1999, the International ECOLA AWARD 2008 and a Honorable Mention for Productive Activities and Public Facilities – Gold Medal for Italian Architecture - Triennale of Milan 2003.
He has designed and built several public facilities and housing developments, including: the Museum of the Cathedral, the Cloister, Home for the Pilgrims and the Wall of Memory in the Monastery of S. Gemma, the National Comics and Illustration Museum and the Technological Pole in Lucca, the Lazzareschi Foundation in Porcari, the Historical Museum of the Resistance in S. Anna di Stazzema, the Giuseppe Garibaldi Memorial in Caprera.
His works have been featured in books and magazines in Italy and abroad and are partially documented in the monograph “Pietro Carlo Pellegrini – Architettura e progetti 1992-2007” Skira Editore 2007.