Francesco Marullo is an architect and educator. His research focuses on the relations between architecture, labor, and the space of production. He holds a PhD in the history and theory of architecture from the Delft University of Technology, and he is an assistant professor at the UIC School of Architecture in Chicago. Previously, he taught at the Berlage Center, TU Delft, and the Rotterdam Architecture Academy and collaborated with the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, DOGMA, and the urban planning department of Roma Tre University. He is a founding member of the research collective The City as a Project, the think tank Behemoth Press, and Matteo Mannini Architects. His work has been internationally exhibited and featured in various architectural publications. He contributed to the recent volumes Into the Wide Open (dpr-barcelona, 2017), Counter-Signals (Other Forms, 2018), and Work, Body, Leisure (Hatje Cantz, 2018) and coauthored the book Tehran: Life within Walls (Hatje Cantz, 2018).