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> Atelier Global

Atelier Global is a young and aspiring practice that has a strong belief in the power of design and creativity. They regard architectural design as quintessential to living environments that constantly encounters new and emerging needs. AG always search for possibilities that may not be easily foreseen and create projects with new insights by establishing various seemingly unrelated cross-links to different project types, scales, and spaces. Their systematic yet trans-boundary approach on design has been successfully applied to comprehensive project types including culture, education, hospitality, living communities, retail and working spaces. The projects by AG are executed with critical attention to details. Atelier Global has received numerous design awards from Hong Kong and Cross-strait professional institutions and is actively involved in academic and cultural research including design Biennales and university teaching.

 
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> AFFECT-T

Dylan Baker-Rice founded AFFECT-T in 2009. He has pursued a varied career in architecture and design graduating from Appalachian State University with degrees in Anthropology/Sustainable Development and Construction Technology before earning his Master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture. Initially working as a Designer and Project Architect in New York with Kevin Kennon Architects, Studio Commonwealth, and Asymptote Architecture. He later moved to London to work with Zaha Hadid Architects before starting the studio.

 
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> Flavio Mangione

 
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> Valerio Paolo Mosco

Laureato in architettura a Roma (1992), dottorato di ricerca in progettazione architettonica (2005-2008). È stato contrattista presso l'Università Iuav di Venezia nel dipartimento di progettazione architettonica dal 2002 al 2005. Ha insegnato presso all’Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) a Chicago (2006); presso la facoltà di ingegneria di Brescia (2007-2008); presso l'Università Iuav di Venezia (corsi di: progettazione architettonica, caratteri tipologici e morfologici, teoria dell’architettura e in due workshop estivi). Ha insegnato al Politecnico di Milano storia dell’architettura italiana (corso in inglese) e presso lo IED di Roma. E' autore di numerosi libri e articoli su riviste nazionali e internazionali.

 
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> Derive Metropolitane

Bernardo Bruno e Giorgio Skoff fanno parte di Derive Metropolitane, una équipe multidisciplinare di ricerca che condivide in via primaria la passione per il paesaggio, i territori, la storia. Organizza attività di formazione e svolge esplorazioni nei paesaggi e nei territori del Sud Italia, finalizzate alla fruizione e la conoscenza profonda dei luoghi utilizzando modalità derivanti dalla psicogeografia.


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