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> Vincenzo Latina

Vincenzo Latina was born in 1964. He graduated from the University of Architecture of Venice. Since 1992, he has worked in his private practice as an architect and took part in national and international competitions. Latina received several awards and has been invited to exhibit his designs in numerous exhibitions.

Vincenzo Latina è nato nel 1964. Si è laureato all’Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia. Dal 1992 opera col suo ufficio di progettazione, partecipando a concorsi nazionali e internazionali. Vincenzo Latina ha ricevuto diversi premi ed è stato invitato a numerose mostre di architettura.

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> OfCA Raffaele Cutillo

Raffaele Cutillo (1958) writes about architecture and other fields. It is Adjunct Professor at SUN, Naples. Principal of OfCA in Caserta. He collaborated with Euasia Ltd in Hong Kong. In 2010 he received The Inarch Campania First Prize for The Casa del Fascio in Caserta, and in 2016 gained an honorable mention for The White Building.

Raffaele Cutillo (Marcianise 1958). La scrittura lo appassiona quanto l’architettura. È contrattista alla SUN. Con OfCA opera a Caserta, mentre a Hong Kong è partner di Euasia Ltd. Inarch Campania gli conferisce nel 2010 il primo premio per la Casa del Fascio di Caserta. Nel 2016 riceve una menzione per l’Edificio Bianco.

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> Michele Sbacchi

Michele Sbacchi is Associate Professor of Architectural Design at Palermo University. MPhil at Cambridge University (supervisor J. Rykwert). PhD at the University of Naples. Post-doctoral at Palermo University. Research assistant of Rykwert at the University of Pennsylvania (1988-1991). 2nd prize (International Competition of the 4a International Bienal de Sao Paulo in Brasil), 3rd prize and mention (International Competition Living as Students, Bologna), 1st price (National Competition for the renewal of Palermo's freeway), mention in the competition for Borgo Murattiano in Bari. Special Mention at the Global and the Local in your city Competition, IFHP, Vienna. He organized the International Competition for Mondello and has directed a research group for the European Project UD&EP. Has taught in International design studios: University of Auckland, IUAV (Venice), Abu Dhabi University. Visiting critic at RCA, London. He edited 2 books and written 4 books and 80 articles. In 2014 he gained the national habilitation as Full Professor.

Historic Architects
> Paul Rudolph

Paul Rudolph was born in Elkton, Kentucky in 1918. He earned his bachelor's degree from Auburn University (then known as  Alabama Polytechnic Institute) in 1940. Then he moved on to the Harvard Graduate School of Design where he studied with Gropius. Later on, he moved to Florida where he started his own practice in the 50th's and became one of the most influential champions of the Brutalist style. He died in New York in 1997.

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> LEAD Kristof Crolla

Kristof Crolla is a Hong Kong based licensed architect who combines his award-winning architectural practice 'Laboratory for Explorative Architecture and Design Ltd' (LEAD) with his position as Assistant Professor in Computational Design at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. LEAD is the best known for the project 'Golden Moon - Mid-Autumn Festival Lantern Wonderland'.

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