Demetrio Scopelliti is an architect who loves cities and believes in urban design as a tool for innovation and change. Currently, he is Director of Urban Planning and Public Space at the City of Milan’s Agency for Mobility, Environment and Territory (AMAT). Since 2016, he has been Advisor to the Deputy Mayor for Urban Planning, coordinating projects and programs, such as the Milano 2030 City Plan, the Railway Yards Masterplan, the C40’s Reinventing Cities competition, the Strade Aperte and Piazze Aperte tactical urbanism programs with Bloomberg Associates and GDCI-Nacto. At the beginning of his career, Demetrio worked for five years as an Urban Designer at Arup. He is the co-author of the report Cities Alive, Towards a Walking World.