Vincenzo Latina is an Italian architect, graduated in 1989 at IUAV of Venice.
Since 2001, he is Researcher in Urban and Architectural Design at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Catania.
In 1992, he started his own professional practice based in Siracusa (Italy).
The list of his main works includes: the Bottari Block courtyard in Siracusa (2001), the Access Pavillon to the archeological excavations of Artemision in Siracusa (2012), residential buildings in Ronco (2017).
His work has been awarded several prizes, such as the Gold Medal for Italian Architecture by Triennale di Milano (2012). Moreover, in 2012, he was shortlisted at the Mies van der Rohe Award.
Latina, Vincenzo, and Francesco Venezia. La battaglia di Venezia. Due riflessioni su Venezia. Venezia: D Editore, 2017.
"Vincenzo Latina. Padiglione d'ingresso agli scavi del Tempio Ionico, Siracusa". Casabella 814 (2012): 88.