Andrea Anselmo is an architect, design studio assistant, and researcher in History of Architecture in the super-position lab of  UCLouvain (Brussels), co-founder of False Mirror Office and the magazine Burrasca. His interest in the neo-avant-garde of the sixties and seventies has led him to collaborate with practices that have taken up its legacy, such as OMA (2013) and MVRDV (2015-2019). He is now writing a PhD thesis titled Villa Dall'Ava by Rem Koolhaas/OMA: a surrealist incubator for a new modernism that investigates a contemporary project with the method of historical research. In 2022, together with Beatrice Lampariello and Boris Hamzeian, he edited the book Unidentified Flying Object for Contemporary Architecture: UFO’s Experiments between Political Activism and the Artistic Avant-garde (Actar, 2022) and curated the exhibition UFO: performer l’architecture at the FRAC Centre-Val de Loire (Orléans).