| Robin Monotti |
|Alma mater||University of Bath, Architectural Association of London|
|Relatives|| • Antonio Graziadei (great grandfather)|
• Ercole Graziadei (grandfather)
One of the most prominent COVID-19/Dissidents in the UK and the world, especially through his Telegram channel
Robin Monotti Graziadei is an Italian architect and film producer based in London. He has been one of the most prominent COVID-19/Dissidents in the UK and the world, especially through his Telegram channel that he operates with Dr Mike Yeadon and Cory Morningstar, after being banned from Twitter and Facebook. He has spoken at several demonstrations in London. His interview with Eric Clapton about the guitarist's vaccine injury and discovery of a larger agenda had several hundred thousand views.
Monotti Graziadei was born and raised in Rome. He moved to England when he was 17 and studied BSc Architecture at the University of Bath in 1994. In 2000, he studied MA in Histories and Theories of Architecture at the Architectural Association of London.
From 2001 to 2007, he taught a Diploma Unit at the London Metropolitan University. He started Robin Monotti Architects in London in 2007 before which he worked in offices in architecture office in Rome and Milan. In 2007, Monotti translated Curzio Malaparte's Donna Come Me into English language titled Woman Like Me.
He has designed several houses mentioned in architecture magazines. In 2010, Monotti won the RIBA and Royal Parks Foundation's International Drinking Fountain Design Competition with his Watering Holes fountain design. In 2016 Robin co-founded the film production company Luminous Arts Productions.