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Cersaie 2014: Conferences and Seminars
Forum: young Italian architects abroad

Wednesday 24 September - 3.00 p.m.
Galleria dell'architettura - Gall.21/22

Joining the discussion via skype the architects:

Enrico Botta Architect - Bahrein  
Fabio Dacarro - Seul - Corea
Maurizio Scarciglia - NAUTA architecture & research - Rotterdam - the Netherlands
Raffaele Puggioni - MIRA Arquitectos - Madrid
Marco Bruno - MOTOELASTICO - Corea del Sud and Doha
Flavio Barbini - Portugal
Silvia Forlati - SHARE AECHITECTS - Wien
Paolo Tarabusi - ATELIER TARABUSI - Paris

 

Speakers

Speaker Fulvio Irace More
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Fulvio Irace

Architect and Professor of history of architecture, Milan Polytechnic
Biographical notes
Fulvio Irace is a full professor of “History of Architecture” at Milan Polytechnic, where he holds the History of Contemporary Architecture chair at the Faculty of Civil Architecture and the Faculty of Design; he is also a visiting professor at the Academy of Architecture in Mendrisio, and a member of the board of teachers for the PhD course in “History of Architecture and Town Planning” at Turin Polytechnic.
He is a member of the scientific committee of the Vico Magistretti Foundation and is on the board of trustees of the Piano Foundation.
In 2008-2009 he was a member of the jury for the Mies van der Rohe European Prize.
From 2005 to 2009 he was a member of the Scientific Committee of the Milan Triennial and curator of the Architecture and Territory sector.
One of the founders of the national association AAI (Archivi di Architettura Italia – Italian Architectural Archives), he is one of the promoters of the “Architecture and Design” section of CASVA (Centro alti studi e valorizzazione delle arti – the Centre for Higher Studies and Valorisation of the Arts) of the Municipality of Milan.
Architectural editor for the publications “Domus” and “Abitare”, he has worked with the most important national and international magazines in the sector, and in 2005 was awarded the Inarch Bruno Zevi Prize for architectural criticism. Since 1986 he has been an opinionist in the field of architecture for the Sunday Supplement of “Il Sole 24 Ore”.
Attentive to the historiographies of Italian architecture between the two World Wars, to which he has dedicated much work through various exhibitions and publications, more recently his studies have concentrated on contemporary Italian architecture, and the figure of Renzo Piano, the subject of various monographs and an important exhibition at the Milan Triennial.
In the field of criticism and historical methodology he is the author of the following works:  Dimenticare Vitruvio, 2001 and 2008;  Le città visibili: Renzo Piano 2006; Divina Proporzione, 2007; Gio Ponti, 2009.
He has curated a number of architectural exhibitions.

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Simona Malvezzi More
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Simona Malvezzi

Architect

Biographical notes

Born in Milan, after graduation at Politecnico, Simona Malvezzi founded KUEHN MALVEZZI in Berlin in 2001 together with Wilfried Kuehn and Johannes Kuehn. Museum and exhibition design is the main focus of their work. They designed the architecture for the Documenta 11, the Flick Collection in the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin as well as the Julia Stoschek Collection in Duesseldorf. Recently KUEHN MALVEZZI has completed the extension for the Museum Berggruen in Berlin and is currently planning the new-presentation of the collection of the Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum in Braunschweig, the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen and the Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin. Their projects have been shown in international solo and group exhibitions, amongst others in the German Pavilion at the 10th Architecture Biennale in Venice 2006 and were nominated for the Mies van der Rohe Award. In 2012 KUEHN MALVEZZI was invited to the main exhibition "Common Ground" at the 13th Architecture .


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Nadir Bonaccorso More
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Nadir Bonaccorso

Architect

Biographical notes

Nadir Bonaccorso, was born in Milan, in 1967. Studied architecture at the Facoltaì di Architettura , Politecnico di Milano and graduated in 1993. He collaborated with JoaÞo Luiìs Carrilho da Graça Office (1993 - 1996). In 1997 led his own office (nbAA). He starts working with passive solar energy in architecture, extending his interests on research, apllied to competitions. Currently in Brasil where is developing his Phd, started in the University os Evora, focused on “Plug-in, infra-structure for low height construction in tropical climate” and as Invited Professor at University of Architecture INTA in Sobral.


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Sergio Nava More
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Sergio Nava

Journalist

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Video

Video interview

Simona Malvezzi
Sergio Nava
Nadir Bonaccorso
Fulvio Irace
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