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//ARCHITECT // 27 years

Milan, Italy

giorgio zangrandi

illustrator

ilgiozzi

giorgio.zangrandi@gmail.com

+39 3496138969

ilgiozzi

giozzi87

giorgio zangrandi

GRAPHIC

COMMUNICATION // EVENTS

photoshop

cinema 4d autocad

VIDEO EDITING

after effect

rhino COMPUTATION

indesign

grasshoper

ARCHITECTURE

premier

sketchup

EDUCATION

MI/ARCH 2014 // ARTISTIC DIRECTION COMMITEE

SEP. TO NOV.2014

MILAN

with Stefano Boeri @Politecnico di Milano. Four days of meetings, hosted Liz Diller,Winy Maas,Dominique Perrault,Arata Isozaki.

POLITECNICO DI MILANO // PROFESSOR ASSISTANT

FROM OCT 2014 MILAN

Stefano Boeri and Michele Brunello Town Planning Design Workshop

BIENNALE DI VENEZIA 2014 // FIRST EDITOR ASSISTANT

FROM MARCH 2014 VENICE

ELEMENTS the Movie with Davide Rapp @Padiglione Centrale by Rem Koolhaas

STEFANO BOERI ARCHITETTI // JUNIOR ARCHITECT

MAR. 2013 TO MAR. 2014 MILAN

Interior, Landscape and Building Design Milan (Ita) Astana (Khz) Moscow (Rus) El Doha (Qat)

DOTDOTDOT // JUNIOR ARCHITECT

JAN. TO MAR. 2013

Interior and Event Design Milan (Ita) Beijing (Chi)

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GIORGIO ZANGRANDI

Birth_ 03/16/87 Mail_ giorgio.zangrandi@gmail.com Phone_ +39 3496138969 Add_ viale andrea Doria 17, Milan, Italy

INSIDE THIS PUBLICATION YOU WILL FIND: ACADEMIC PROJECTS URBAN CONDENSER

ATELIER PROJECTS BEJING DESIGN WEEK

Building Design, Third Year Of Bachelor

DotDotDot, 2013, Fuorisalone Milano

CAMPO MARZIO

WIRED NEXT FEST

THE STRIP

SCULPTURE’S GARDEN

Aesthetics Philosophy, Third Year Of Bachelor

DotDotDot, 2013, Milano

Large scale urban studies and planning, First Year Of Master

Stefano Boeri Architetti, 2013, Milano

REACTIVE WALL

ASTANA EXPO 2017

Exhibition Design,Second Year of Master

Stefano Boeri Architetti, 2013, Astana

THE GAME OF CRANES

AEREOEXPRESS

Large scale urban studies and planning, Second Year of Master

Stefano Boeri Architetti, 2014, Moscow

INTO THE WILD

ELEMENTS BIENNALE

Theoretical Studies, Master Degree Thesis

with Davide Rapp, 2014, Biennale Venezia

A contribution for 14th International Architecture Exhibition - Venice Biennale 2014 by Davide Rapp

ELEMENTS THE MOVIE FOR BIENNALE 2014 ELEMENTS is a movie montage of hundreds of short architecture-related clips selected among different movies, from the last 100 years of the rich and glorious history of Cinema. The combination of the clips aims to show - through the eyes of several directors and cinematographers the fifteen elements of architecture identified by Rem Koolhaas and OMA/ AMO: balcony, ceiling, corridor, door, elevator, escalator, façade, floor, fireplace, ramp, roof, stair, toilet, wall and window. ELEMENTS is a film about space, a film as a set of spaces. It incorporates scenes from different movie genres, merging the clips one into the other in a continuous flow of images, sounds and actions. A movie montage is an

BIENNALE

editing technique in which shots are juxtaposed in a fast-paced fashion that compresses time and conveys a lot of information in a relatively short period. The simple act of juxtaposing separate shots of corridors, stairs or façades evokes connections that cannot be found in a single shot. The various spaces of fiction exist simultaneously in a condition of continuos dynamic. ELEMENTS is a film without any plot, story or characters. Architecture in movies appears frequently as a background of the action and it can be represented in many ways: top views, one-point perspectives, frontal planes, long takes and close-ups. The framing highlights the proportions and the geometries of the elements, while the presence - or the absence - of

“Elements of Architecture, in the Central Pavilion, will pay close attention to the fundamentals of our buildings, used by any architect, anywhere, anytime: the floor, the wall, the ceiling, the roof, the door, the window, the façade, the balcony, the corridor, the fireplace, the toilet, the stair, the escalator, the elevator, the ramp…

sounds, noises and scores unveils their prerogatives and materialities. ELEMENTS asks the viewer to focus on the fifteen elements through the fast transitions between the clips, revealing contrasts and affinities, lines and shapes, recurring patterns and motives, movements and rhythms. In this framework each scene, cut out from the original movies, gets a new meaning and unveils the close and ambivalent connections between Cinema and Architecture. !

Frames

Door

Balcony

Floor

Ramp

Stair

Escalator

Ceiling

Fireplace

Roof

Toilet

@ Biennale

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Window

Elevator

Facade

Wall

Stefano Boeri Architetti

ISTITUTO DEI TUMORI IL GIARDINO DELLE SCULTURE This project is part of a larger program of humanization of care places through art, sponsored by the National Cancer Institute of Milan in collaboration with many contemporary artists. Its purposes are outlined in www. artemedicina.com site, which includes several sections including one devoted to the contribution of artists in the design and arrangement of spaces hospital.

whether the sculptures may enrich this space, already beloved for its values as a place of peace and meditation, which already houses a small garden and in the hospital chapel.

The dialogue between medicine and art will be repeated through practical cooperation, both in design and in the realization of the installation, including the Cancer Institute and the Gallery of Modern Art (GAM) of the Municipality of Milan, which will We aim to humanize a place usually provide for this project some of the frequented by patients and their families, the large terrace on the ninth many fine sculptures and stored in floor of the Cancer Institute, with the its warehouses. There are two other sections of the project will involve a works of modern and contemporary living sculptors who enlivened the sculptors, representing a significant cultural landscape of the second half artistic heritage of our country. The of the twentieth century, and the other fundamental question we ask is

We propose to assess, as objectively as possible, even the aesthetic and psychological effect of the project on its hypothetical users: patients, family members, employees of the Institute, through a questionnaire that will be distributed regularly to visitors to the garden.

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Installing some sculptures of Modern and Contemporary artists, we are wondering if the dialogue between art and medicine could introduce a new perspective in the hospitalization of the patience.

a few young contemporary sculptors, selected by an independent scientific committee. The works of the GAM will rotate according to an exhibition program that aims to better represent the various issues that have animated the Italian sculpture at the turn of nineteenth and twentieth century. The other works will be entrusted loan for use at the Institute for a period to be agreed with the individual artists.

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Stefano Boeri Architetti

ASTANA EXPO 2017 sector, students, politicians and administrators from all over the world, can meet at Astana, where researches and experiments on new materials and devices will take place, with the aim of a better exploitation of clean, renewable and accessible energy. 1. the future above astana rises up from the last drop of oil But it’s not only that: thanks to the 2. the future above astana belongs to ‘FUTURE ABOVE ASTANA project’, everyone and to no one - it shares the and thanks to the ‘1KM STALK’ and its laboratories - by 2017 Astana will energy that the nature itself generously potentially become a world laboratory offers for the most advanced experiments in 3. the future above astana goes the fields of renewable energy sources, throughout all the levels where the extraction, accumulation, storage renewable energies are available 4. the future above astana produces and distribution of a clean energy. energy for today, conserves it for tomorrow and shares it when needed From 2017 scientists, researchers, 5. the future above astana is a first technicians, operators of the energy Astana in 2017 will be the place where humanity will have the chance to experience and to compare the most advanced technologies that will empower the lives of 8 billion women and men with a clean, renewable energy, accessible to all.

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ASTANA KAZAKHISTAN

The driving force behind the city derives mainly from the resources generated by traditional energy sources, but the city establish as a challenge an ambitious goal - to become the worldwide reference on renewable energies of the future. The conceptual visions of Jeremy Rifkin and reflections on the Third Industrial Revolution will no longer be a future scenario but they will find its first application in the capital of Kazakhstan.

and key element in the new smart network going all around to distribute the energy 6. the future above astana comes to every house and thus every house becomes a small power-plant 7. the future above astana is a world where the people and nature live together 8. the future above astana is clean of co2 emissions 9. the future above astana is a new lifestyle, that everyone coming to expo will learn and share 10. the future above astana makes the world go round in a sustainable way - there’s a place both for e-car and hourse

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Khazakh pavilion

greenhouse

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greenhouse

thematic pavilion

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vertical circulation

greenhouse for solar chimney

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national pavilions

DOTDOTDOT & BEJING DESIGN WEEK

A TASTE OF CHINA

FUORISALONE 2013

Exhibition design for Beijing Design Week Contemporary Chinese Design in Milan Officine Creative Ansaldo, Milan Design week, April 2013 A Project curated by Beatrice Leanza, new creative director of Beijing Design Week, which occupies the entire 900 sqm of Officine Creative Ansaldo.The exhibition was conceived as a sequence of images and views that illustrate contemporary designers’ take on oriental tradition.The modular structure of the exhibition set is inspired by Dougong, an ancient chinese architectural system.

DOTDOTDOT

WIRED NEXT FEST 2013

MILANO

Exhibition design for the first Festival of Wired ItaliaThe Indro Montanelli Gardens, Milan, May 2013 A uniform collection of X-shaped architectonic elements are located above the natural features of the park; this is the component that connects the core theme of the festival, innovation, to the historical surroundings of the Giardini di Palestro. Each element has a function or unexpected interaction.

STEFANO BOERI ARCHITETTI

AEREOEXPRESS MOSCOW

MOSCOW

Exhibition design for the first Festival of Wired ItaliaThe Indro Montanelli Gardens, Milan, May 2013 A uniform collection of X-shaped architectonic elements are located above the natural features of the park; this is the component that connects the core theme of the festival, innovation, to the historical surroundings of the Giardini di Palestro. Each element has a function or unexpected interaction.

cured by Breandan Patrick O’Donnell and Giorgio Zangrandi

Master Degree Thesis

INTO THE WILD A computational approach to architectural field VS an architectural approach to computational field Professor Luigi Cocchiarella with Breandan Patrick O’Donnell

Luigi Cocchiarella

He teaches Descriptive Geometry and other disciplines related to Graphic repalmost curatorial. Through continuous is worth study and research which The work sought to verify whether resentation at the study of the vast literature on the through the help of new technologies are the factors that make it a truly School of Architettura subject, we have identified many parametric process. could develop a computational Our initial idea to address this through figures which, in our opinion, offer a e SocietĂ , where since paradigm shift in the architectural new and interesting interpretation of 2011 he is a member a project that could show how this process. A variation that can occur method was valid in all phases of the the landscape architecture parametric. of a joint committee of along the entire route of the project, teacher and students project. However, we realized that we The thesis, as well as our exposure, from its cultural phase through the would not be able to prove this, since then tries to retrace the various stages for school activities creative to its construction. This desire to understand the potential we do not have the tools and finances of the project, not only the final stage, monitoring (Commissione Paritetica). From but also the procedural and the one computational algorithmic architecture to conduct a project through to its 2004 to 2010 he has execution. The sum of these issues has linked to the representation, or the is born in us to experience studying made us see how a purely theoretical relationship between the designer and also taught at the Facand working abroad, where we had ulty of Design. From approach to a topic of this magnitude the instrument. to confront and learn this method of 1999 to 2009 he teachwas not the most appropriate method. design. es at the post- graduCertainly this approach to architectural In this sense, there has been a big aid ated school SILSIS-MI practice is not new absolute method our initial move to deal with different for secondary school personalities in one way or another of design but yet it has in it the teachers. had something to say on these topics possibility of a critical engagement came up with the idea to address our with the emerging issues of research in a way that could be called contemporary life. For this reason it

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One way that we can define almost curatorial. Through continuous study of the vast literature on the subject, we have identified many figures which, in our opinion, offer a new and interesting interpretation of the landscape architecture parametric.

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Book This book is a synthesis of my research work on computational architecture. Through three section (visualized with the cyan, magenta and yellow ) is analyzed the potential of the new informational technologies not only as a mere tools of representation but also as a possible help for a paradigm shift in the architectural design. The research started with some interviews with italian protagonist in order to understand the main doubts about those technologies. Once I have understood the set of problems, i’ve started a discussion with some architects all around Europethat are used to work with those tools in a proactive mood.

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Entwurfsprojekt Die Poesie des Digitalen, Bauhaus Universität, Second Year of Master

Documenta of possibilities The Game of Cranes

Professor Reinhard König Professor Florian Geddert and Professor Sven Schneider, with Katka Cechová and Corina Puiu

Florian Geddert

Florian Geddert studied architecture at the BTU Cottbus and the University of Arts in elements and using the variation to be the center of the public life: “...However, we believe that we possibilities to create new perspectives Berlin and completed huge open space, trees, benches, could try something new” (Arnold with a diploma. In Bode1964,documenta III). Or: “However, dOCUMENTA exposition. But onestly for the plaza. The temporary use 2005, Florian Geddert of the cranes and containers can the reality in this place is totally we believe that we could try twice achieve big variations of displacement founded in Berlin ofdifferent and it can be perceive only a day something new”. But why we fice plus 4930 archineed something new? When we need going there. The first annotation is the according to the specific needs. We tecture with partners can create a choreography of these fluxes on the Platz,quite nobody use something new? Now in Kassel, not Rene Kruger and John disposi- tions, where the day and the center to pass from part to part only because of the dOCUMENTA Sierig in which he competition, but also for the amazing and only few people choose an empty night offer two different stages on is still active today. space (because is not an open space) which the documenta can perform. oppurtunity to val- orize a place like Friedichsplatz. The urban complexity to chill out. The trees, that sup- pose Through the costumalisation of some Since 2009 he has worked as a research con- tainers we achieve different to make a filter between the caotic. of the Kassel’s center made a huge assistant at the DeThe trees, that are supposed to make spatial combinations during the day open space like a urban desert. partment of computer in order to answer different needs a filter between the chaotic city life Is like to flatten all the opportunity science in architecfor the functions. In the night the that could come from to a real public to leisure square, bearly fullfil their ture at the Bauhaus this initial function and do not create same elements are used to create space for a sane public life. For this University in Weimar, we need something new, for showing balance intended in order to achieve nonconformist point of view in a the intrinsic properties. Theoretically, an urban space. What can we bring in square where regularity and geometric where he is engaged primarily in teaching. such a place to function in a temporary relations give a strict looking Kassel from a map, the way? The concept is to bring common frame. Friedichsplatz have all the features

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Since the 09 June 2012 dOCUMENTA presented (13) The works of more than 300 artists and other participants in more than 60 venues in Kassel and at external locations Kabul / Cairo-Alexandria / Banff. Visitor numbers rose by more than 110,000, representing an increase of 14% over the last Documenta.

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Reactive Wall Project

Professor Florian Geddert, with Slavomir Šiška, Martin Bielik and Agnieszka Szewczyk

The showcase must rappresent the inner vocation of the store, but also it has to have a huge comunication impact, and our project works in this direction. We have decided so to work in this direction, try to resolve all this topic whith only one gesture; infact the project is developed by a consecution of fabric stripes on a binary. All the strip have the same dimension, and in a normal situation they cover the showcase. When someone cross the showcase’s pertinent space, this stripes may rotate in order to open the view for the customer. The peculiarity of this project is that those stripes don’t rotate all whith the same angle, but understand the position of the person and rotate to make a bigger

to understand what is the differences in each image. So it can understand what is the background and what is in moviment. Then we improve this code adding a data sender from Processing to Grasshoper using both code and gHowl, a plug-in of Grasshoper. When we have all the data collected in Grasshoper we attacked this data like a slider to the y coordinat of Parametric point, so all the geometry was depending on the webcam input. In the end we connect and ArduinoMega to Grasshoper using the plug-in Firefly, in order the send each angle of rotation to an engine connectd to ArduinoMega. This passage allowed us to translate an webcam input in a physical output.

visual field. Once the customer pass one region of the showcase, those stripes return to the initial position. In this way the showcase doesn’t show itself in once, but collects in every moment hte curiosity of the customer. The technical works has been required different skills. Firstly, we made the 3d model using Grasshoper for Rhynoceros in which we definited the geometry. Every single geometry was built in relationship whith a point that could rappresent the customer. So all geometry is parametrich. Then we had to create an instrument to trasmitted the webcam data to the model. For doing that we had use Processing, in which we made a code to capture the movement: the camera take multiple frame and compares in order

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In the seminar, the use of the parametric design tool Grasshopper for Rhino is mediated. Besides the pure learning the software, this will be tested by the students to create a parametric 3-dimensional facade Ornaments made of concrete. Part of the seminar is to create the ornament, as well as the creation of manufacturing data in Grasshopper for the production of formwork elements.

Florian Geddert Florian Geddert studied architecture at the BTU Cottbus and the University of Arts in Berlin and completed with a diploma. In 2005, Florian Geddert founded in Berlin office plus 4930 architecture with partners Rene Kruger and John Sierig in which he is still active today. Since 2009 he has worked as a research assistant at the Department of computer science in architecture at the Bauhaus University in Weimar, where he is engaged primarily in teaching.

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Aesthetics Philosophy, Third Year Of Bachelor

CAMPO MARZIO LAVACRUM PUBLICUM Professor Pierluigi Panza, with Alessandro Bava

Pierluigi Panza

A professional journalist since 1995, working at the Corriere della Sera, where he worked more recent research, on his way the Campus Martius by Giovanni Our work in the “field marzio” Piranesi on culture. Since the to “dissect” the ruins with almost was aimed to suggest an architectural Battista Piranesi, the fifth volume of early nineties he has visionary imagination, nourished his “Roman Antiquities”, the largest approach such as that Piranesi had been teaching as an by the knowledge accumulated by ever accomplished and erudite towards devising of this work. Each adjunct professor at generations of antiquarians and reconstruction of ancient Rome, group was given a unique building surveyors as well as direct examination various universities. of the master architect, and we have aroused great surprise. Inside was He previously worked indeed missing the Via Lata (now the of the remains survived, remains been asked to develop elevation for a publishing house. Via del Corso), key artery in the road extraordinarily compelling and following both the dittami of the It ‘the author and edinetwork of the City, moved to another instructive. original design of both the dynamic tor of many books and part of the city. To explain the reasons contemporary architectural design. scientific publications, Our work is based on the concept of for the original choice, Connors including “Antiques investigates the genesis of the work density, by analyzing the historical and Restoration in Itand the history of previous plans of context we decided to split our aly in the Eighteenth building, the spa, in two, densifiying Rome used by Piranesi, from Leonardo Century” (1990), “Leon Bufalini (1551) the discovery (1562) the changing rooms and expanding Battista Alberti: phithe own sauna and turkish bath. Even of the fragments of the marble plan losophy and theory of dating back to Septimius severe, until actualizing the new contemporary art” (1993) the plant recently, of Giovanni Battista features we decided to set the setting for the films of Federico Fellini Nolli (1748). Even if the assumptions Piranesi were contradicted by Satyricon. The publication (1762) of

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Derived from years of fieldwork spent measuring the remains of ancient Roman buildings, these six etchings depict Piranesi’s fantastical vision of what ancient Rome might have looked like and represent a landmark in the shift from a traditionalist, antiquarian view of history to the scientific, archaeological view.

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Public Space Design, First Year Of Master

THE STRIP

Professor Andreas Kipar, with Nicolò Bertino, Sebastiano Beretta and Cecilia Aronsonn

In 1984 he obtained a degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Essen and graduated cum laude in architecture at the Milan Polytechnic in 1994. From 1985 to 2000 made between the parks we note the collaboration to the North Park (600ha), the Park rivet (Ex Maserati), the public park of the former industrial OM, Park Hatch (Ex Alfa Romeo) in Milan, Park Krupp in Essen, the Parco della Spina 3 in Turin, the Park of the Sabines in Rome (in progress).

Segrate, the East urban limit of Milano, is a territory full of enclosure of different types. It is crossed from E to W by hard infrastructures that cut out every connection N-S. My proposal is a liner park, a strip in order to link the different realities of the city, reacting to it. THe strip will react to the nearby situations, morphing itself to creat different spaces and allowing programs to fold into it.

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Segrate is one of the Green Rays of Milan. Green Rays are a project sponsored by the City of Milan - Department of Land and Furnishing Sector Development, Urban and Green Decor for a new network of pedestrian and cycle paths that enriches the urban green: what to improve navigation in the city and life daily for all citizens.

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URBAN CONDENSER

Professor Vincenza Lima, with Michele Sordi

The aim of the project is to creat an urban condenser that allows a requalification of the entire urban area. The programm and the functions was totally free. So We want to create a network, a joint basis, a sort of spider web. that captures and connects.This space will have become capacitor activities and people. To achieve this must be communicated outside, anchored in a bursting with attractions to make for temente perceived his presence.We want to communicate Milan here what is happening inside. create an outpost of communication of cultural activities, tuali projects, initiatives and current events.We want people to be leaders of this development.To translate our intentions in terms of planning an intervention

that will depart from its preferential access road. This communication may be at-targeted interventions across different order of magnitude from furniture and flooring to the use of media tools.Intervene in a unified way trying to relate activities and functions within a single capacitor. One way could look like work on different levels, lower the circu-car at a lower level or create underground spaces of public use, elevated routes to make more dynamic space.In this area people can make creative activities that the home ren-derebbe difficult to carry out, through the use of equipped laboratories. There will be designated areas for all’eposizione, where entities can communicate to visi-tors to their proposals and inizitive, where artists

can display their works. In this way, the environment will become culturally vibrant and people will enjoy what the city offers at the moment. To the activity Affiancheremo cultural and creative recreational areas where you can relax and refresh in a dynamic, never dull. Here you string together human relationships, Quici will take a break after an afternoon of shopping in Buenos Aires during or after a day’s work., Here in the evening you will be able to attend a performance or concert. The circulation between one room and the other will yield impressive from the paths that will link the different levels of space. In this area will play a leading role qualification of public space, street furniture, paving, lighting installations.

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STEFANO BOERI

Milan, 23rd May 2014 To whom it may concern,

I'm writing on behalf of Giorgio Zangrandi regarding the application for the Research and Development Internship at MoMA for the year 2014/2015. He started working in my office one year ago and he demonstrated strong motivation in all the projects we have been developing and great competence in many fields. He always showed himself interested in all the disciplines we touched together, from urban policies to interior design, from conference organization to architectural theory. He is sharp and fast to deal with both architectural and cultural projects from every point of view. Giorgio is very skilled in collaborative projects, thanks to his sociability and curiosity, but on the other hand he is very autonomous and able to face problems and responsibilities. In my opinion, this internship at MoMA for him would be a great opportunity to improve the research in the curatorial field he started during his one year exchange experience in Germany, and that he concretized in his Master Degree thesis about the role of the new informational technologies. With his relentless motivation and his will to improve his knowledge and capability not only in this field, Giorgio would surely bring an added value to your program. We know he would be an excellent fit for your organization. If you have any questions, fell free to contact me at above address.

Best regards, Stefano Boeri

s.boeri@iol.it

+39 3356035764

STEFANO BOERI via g. donizetti 4 20122 Milano tel. +39 02 55014101 fax +39 02 36769185

 

Milan, May 22, 2014 To whom it may concern it’s my pleasure to recommend you Giorgio Zangrandi as a candidate for the Research and Development Internship at MoMA. I came to know Giorgio Zangrandi, in 2013 during my period working at Stefano Boeri Architetti. I had the occasion to guide him during his first working experience after graduation. With my pleasure Giorgio's work has achieved full appreciation from all the project leader with he work with. During this first experience together,I have appreciated very much his enthusiasm and his ability in following tasks that have been given. Moreover I have noticed his originality in proposing new themes and his ability using several digital tools. Giorgio is a very good young architect and a clever person, very much willing of learning more and of doing his best. Moreover he has a good temper and he can very easily work within a team. After one year at Stefano Boeri Architetti, I've invited him to help me for a contribution at 14th International Architecture Exhibition - Venice Biennale 2014, titled “Elements”. During this work he showed two lines of interest, namely architecture and cultural context: these seem to match with the nature of the contribution. His work during this project represents, his positive energy, along with his social and creative skills. In addition to being responsible and diligent – willing to work with enthusiasm – Giorgio took initiative to get involved in all the differences phases of the project, illustrating his excitement for this installation and his passion also for the cultural context . I would like to thank Giorgio for his help and wish success with his application for you organization. Therefore I recommend him to you without reservation. If you any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, Davide Rapp,

Film-maker, Architect davide.rapp@gmail.com +39 3470895161

THANKS FOR YOUR TIME

GIORGIO ZANGRANDI

Birth_ 03/16/87 Mail_ giorgio.zangrandi@gmail.com Phone_ +39 3496138969 Add_ viale andrea Doria 17, Milan, Italy


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