Antonella Radicchi

Antonella Radicchi

Architect and Urbanist, PhD




  • 2021 John Connell Soundscape Award, Winner.
  • 2019 Prix BLOXHUB Interactive, Category: Excellence, Honorary mention. Theme: “Making Urban Space More Liveable Using Digital Technology”.
  • 2016 Falling Walls Young Innovator of the Year 2016 Award, Finalist.
  • 2012 Research Award Città di Firenze (City of Florence): Best Dissertation in Urbanism to be published as a monograph with the Publisher Firenze University Press.
  • 2010 Italian National Institute of Urbanism (INU) Best Italian Dissertation in Territorial Planning Award.


  • 2020-2018. HEAD-Genuit Foundation Research Grant, research project: “Hush City Mobile Lab”
    (201.863,20 €).
  • 2016-2018. Marie Curie Fellowship (TU Berlin /Marie Curie-Ipodi Program), research project: “Beyond the Noise: Open Source Soundscapes” (135.000 €).
  • 2018 American Society of Acoustics Travel Grant.
  • 2017 American Society of Acoustics Travel Grant.
  • 2017 HEAD-Genuit Foundation Travel Grant
  • 2016 TU Berlin Career Development Grant, research project: Hush City (800 €).
  • 2007-2008 Rotary International Ambassadorial Scholarship, one-year doctoral research expedition at the School of Architecture and Planning, MIT, Cambridge, USA (26.000 €).
  • 2006-2009 Italian Ministry of Research Scholarship for attending the School of Doctorate, Faculty of Architecture, University of Firenze, Florence, Italy (approx. 28.800 €).


My scientific research outputs informed/were cited in the following documents released by national and international organisations:

  • European Commission staff working document (2020). Best Practices in Citizen Science for Environmental Monitoring.
  • Ponti & Craglia (2020). Citizen-generated data for public policy. European Commission Joint Research Centre Technical Report. EC ISPRA, Italy.
  • Grant, M. (2020). Integrating health in urban and territorial planning: a sourcebook. WHO/UN-Habitat Publisher.
  • Berliner Senate (2020). Lärmaktionsplan Berlin 2019-2023. Senatsverwaltung für Umwelt, Verkehr und Klimaschutz Öffentlichkeitsarbeit, Berlin.
  • The Municipality of Berlin (2018) and Limerick City Council (2020-2021) adopted the Hush City app for the creation of the Quiet Areas Plans, within the context of the respective Noise Action Plans.



2010 – Present