Senior Partner, MIC – Mobility in Chain
Federico Parolotto is a Senior Partner at MIC – Mobility in Chain, www.michain.com, the firm he co-founded in 2009. He graduated in Architecture and Urban Planning at Milan Polytechnic and began his career at SOM London.
As a transport planner, Federico worked on many major urban planning projects worldwide, advising clients ranging from public bodies to important architectural firms, and from technology providers to transport operators. He was also a member of the expert committee that supported Milan City Council in the drafting of the SUMP, the recently adopted Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan.
Acting as chief transport planner, Federico Parolotto was recently involved in a number of ground breaking projects. Among them, the floating island and the Tokyo Toyota Campus with BIG, the new Lugano Waterfront scheme with Carlo Ratti Associatati, and the Cancun expansion programme with Studio Boeri Architetti. Federico has also been involved in the delivery of a number of projects for the automotive industry which focus on the development of new vehicular technologies and their impact on cities.