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Contest Catalogue

Designing the future Prefabricated wooden homes

international competition

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International Competition Designing the future Enrolled Teams: 343 from all over the world Designers: about 1000 Countries: Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, South Korea, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Japan, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, England, Iran, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, PerÚ, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, United States of America, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uganda, Hungary, Uruguay, Vietnam. Dates: May – October 2014 Judging panel: Arch. Gianmatteo Romegialli Founder of the studio Act_Romegialli Morbegno (president) Ing. Giancarlo Paganin Associate professor of the Polytechnic of Milan, Department ABC former Best Ing. Angelo Luigi Marchetti Marlegno s.r.l. Arch Corrado Negrini Order of Architects, Planners, Landscape Architects and Conservators of the Province of Bergamo (Secretary of the panel judging)

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Awarded project: The first prize’s winner

Finalist proposals: Łukasz Marjański Rosa Perez Resino Francesco Tronci

is Paolo Russo from Italy

The second prize’s winner The third prize’s winners

is Marc Benjamin Drews from Germany

are Stefano Taglialatela and Domenico Silvestro from Italy

Marcelo Badilla Cofré Victoria Tranca and Timea Farkas Daniele Marotta Andrea Di Marino U67 Alan Gabriel Casasola Giuseppe Agata Giannoccari 404Design Ivana Marjanovi, Aleksandra Leki, Hristina Stojanov, Ivana Jevremovi and Luka Jovićev Stefan Moosman

Honorable mentions: Furthermore the Judges, considering the high quality of the received project works, decided to recognize also Honorable Mentions, (equal merit):

Mirko Bertinotti Bianco Studio Federico Orsini Calli 1:1 Andrey Shmatkov ZRP ARCHITECTS

Category “A different point of view”: OCA, Kawtar Al Wazzan, Ji Zhang.

Category “House as Home”: Popa Vlad-Lucian and Benjamin Olszyna-Marzys, Giulia Chiummiento, Studio Planda.

Eugenia De Pol Micaela Colella and Maurizio Barberio Gaspard Durand Matej Turk, Rok Luzar, Nejc Škufca and Andrej Žerovnik Daniele Carfagna, Alessandro Felici, Alessio Santamaria, Rocco Cammarota, Andrea Aschi, Emanuele D’andrea and Walter Iafrate Gonzalo Rodolfo Peña Zamalloa

Category “One - Many”: Gianluca Pelizzi, Studio 4, João Sousa and Joana Silva.

Category “Urban Vision”: Proyecto NN, Belyasmine El Mehdi, Matteo Ascani.

Carolina Naranjo Guerra Alexander Chubinidze Bennet Marburger Minh Dai Le Florán Architecture Bruno Miguel Moura Gadelho Tavares ARCHEM inOrbis Andrea Rossetti Ali Andaji Garmaroodi and Asal Rasouli

All the finalists are of equal merit order.

All the finalists are of equal merit order.


Index Awarded Project 222 Paolo Russo................................ p. 12 46 Marc Benjamin Drews.................. p. 14 145 Stefano Taglialatela...................... p. 16 Honorable mentions Category “A different point of view” 143 OCA........................................... p. 20 35 Kawthar Al Wassan...................... p. 22 246 Ji Zhang..................................... p. 24 Category “House as home” 104 Giulia Chiummiento..................... p. 28 58 Studio Planda.............................. p. 30 135 Popa Vlad-Lucian......................... p. 32 Category “One many” 84 Gianluca Pelizzi........................... p. 36 16 Studio 4..................................... p. 38 101 Joao Araujo Sousa....................... p. 40 Category “Urban Vision” 30 Matteo Ascani............................. p. 44 296 Belyasmine El Mehdi.................... p. 46 187 Proyecto NN................................ p. 48 Other Finalist 175 Lukasz Majanski.......................... p. 52 179 Rosa Perez Resino....................... p. 54 15 Francesco Tronci......................... p. 56 64 Marcelo Badilla Cofrè................... p. 58 73 Victoria-Ana Tranca...................... p. 60 154 Daniele Marotta........................... p. 62 50 Andrea Di Marino......................... p. 64 109 U67........................................... p. 66 07 Alan Gabriel Casasola................... p. 68 29 Giuseppe Agata Giannoccari.......... p. 70 337 404Design.................................. p. 72 100 Hristina Stojanovic..................... p. 74 236 Stefan Moosmann........................ p. 76 22 Mirko Bertinotti........................... p. 78 31 Giorgio Burrago........................... p. 80 103 Federico Orsini............................ p. 82 107 Enrique Flores Acevedo................. p.84 120 Andrey Shmatkov......................... p. 86 123 ZRP Architects............................ p. 88 126 Eugenia De Pol............................ p. 90 149 Micaela Colella............................ p. 92 161 Durand Gaspard.......................... p. 94

166 Andrey Zerovnik........................... p. 96 178 Daniele Carfagna......................... p. 98 182 Gonzalo Rodolfo Pena Zamalloa... p. 100 196 Carolina Naranjo Guerra............ p. 102 220 Alexander Chibinidze.................. p. 104 221 Bennet Marburger...................... p. 106 232 Minh Dai Le.............................. p. 108 253 Florán Architecture..................... p. 110 270 Bruno Tavares........................... p. 112 285 ARCHEM.................................. p. 114 287 inOrbis..................................... p. 116 291 Andrea Rossetti......................... p. 118 299 Ali Andaji Garmaroodi................ p. 120 Other participants 01 Andrea Di Mauro....................... p. 124 02 Stefano Fiore............................. p. 126 03 Claudio Dolci............................. p. 128 04 Felipe Lopèz Gonzàlez................ p. 130 05 Vincenzo Cannizzo..................... p. 132 06 Gabriele Francesco Dalla Libera.p. 134 08 Marco Verze............................. p. 136 09 Alessandro Interlando................. p. 138 10 Vladimir Perekrestov................... p. 140 11 Dmitry Fedchun......................... p. 142 12 Hamed Imam Eman................... p. 144 13 Gianluca Coronato..................... p. 146 14 Nicola Pegolo............................ p. 148 17 Jassem Albannai........................ p. 150 18 Fabio Provenza.......................... p. 152 19 Michele Bollini......................... p. 154 20 Matteo Calvi.............................. p. 156 21 Susi Domeniconi........................ p. 158 23 Eustoquio Gutiérrez Duarte........ p. 160 24 Domenico Sergi......................... p. 162 25 Enrico M. Zanetti...................... p. 164 26 Antonio Gargallo........................ p. 166 27 Vladimir Abrasimov.................... p. 168 28 Jarkko Poikela........................... p. 170 32 Nicola Parisi.............................. p. 172 33 Massimo Busnelli....................... p. 174 34 Giuseppe Mosca........................ p. 176 36 Francesco Benfante................... p. 178 37 Luca Ariedi............................... p. 180 38 Paolo Belluomini........................ p. 182

Index 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 47 48 49 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 60 61 62 63 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 85 86 87 88

Sara Ferri.................................. p. 184 Germano Schillaci...................... p. 186 Nicola Paolicchi........................ p. 188 Andrea Pella.............................. p. 190 Damiano Zurlo........................... p. 192 Luca Pastore............................. p. 194 Michal Prusek........................... p. 196 Niccolò Lanza............................ p. 198 Gaspar Srabionyan..................... p. 200 Maria Lòpez Ferrero.................. p. 202 Hristina Stoyanova Andreeva....... p. 204 Moreno Casetto......................... p. 206 Tomas Meghi............................. p. 208 Load Design.............................. p. 210 Giulia De Francesco................... p. 212 Carolina Corte........................... p. 214 Luciano Bracciani...................... p. 216 Studio A&D............................... p. 218 Sebastiano Musmeci.................. p. 220 GSM......................................... p. 222 Lorena Pagano........................... p. 224 Riccardo Turcato........................ p. 226 Krystian Sulkowski.................... p. 228 Facchinetti & Partners................ p. 230 Hsiung-I Yao.............................. p. 232 Max Tirassa............................... p. 234 Domenico Barletta..................... p. 236 Michele Pontiroli....................... p. 238 Alfonso Lusvarghi....................... p. 240 Studio d’Architettura Tironi......... p. 242 Michal Bromboszcz.................... p. 244 Francesca Rogari....................... p. 246 Baldemar Gomez Blanco............ p. 248 Stefania Nannelli....................... p. 250 Francisco Arada Avila................ p. 252 Ricardo Sanchez A..................... p. 254 Matteo Barzi............................. p. 256 Nicola Perego............................ p. 258 Findelbloc Architects.................. p. 260 Alessandro Nucci...................... p. 262 Giuseppe Milesi......................... p. 264 Federico Pruneti......................... p. 266 Team MMA............................... p. 268 Chiara Dellanoce....................... p. 270

89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 102 105 106 108 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 121 122 124 125 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 136 137 138 139 140 141 142

Carlo Lannutti........................... p. 272 Jesse Honsa.............................. p. 274 Pasquale Calabrese.................... p. 276 Nicola Montini........................... p. 278 Wendy Goza Gujardo.................. p. 280 Studio Motta-Stapenhorst........... p. 282 Marcello Ghidini........................ p. 284 Angelo Abete............................. p. 286 E.J. Engineering......................... p. 288 Elia Marchioni........................... p. 290 Roberto Bertocchi...................... p. 292 Filippo Govoni........................... p. 294 Laurence Lord........................... p. 296 Fabio Campana......................... p. 298 Enea Maria Maino...................... p. 300 Artur Zarejko............................. p. 302 Wan Srihani Wan Mohamad........ p. 304 Francesco Scorziero................... p. 306 Lab.04..................................... p. 308 Martina Mastrangeli................... p. 310 Cristiano Gemma....................... p. 312 Arketipo.................................... p. 314 Leonardo Porciatti...................... p. 316 Comfortbud Design Institute........ p. 318 Mauricio Tejedor Puga................ p. 320 Findelbloc................................. p. 322 Laura Mancini.......................... p. 324 Niccolò Bani............................. p. 326 Carlos Antonio Gonzalez Aleman.. p. 328 Giuseppe Maria Fanara............... p. 330 365 Architetti............................ p. 332 Carlo Carbone........................... p. 334 Miguel Bermudez Astillero.......... p. 336 Laboratorio di architettura........... p. 338 Pedro Vega Lerin........................ p. 340 Mayra Cecilia Posada Salazar..... p. 342 Alessandro Raccagni................. p. 344 MBStudio.................................. p. 346 Alessandro Zuanni.................... p. 348 Maria Ines Sosa......................... p. 350 Felipe Alejandro Ortega Nunez.... p. 352 Luis Marin Fariza....................... p. 354 Matteo Biella............................. p. 356 ALT Arquitectura........................ p. 358


Index 144 146 147 148 150 151 152 153 155 156 157 158 159 160 162 163 164 165 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 176 177 180 181 183 184 185 186 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 197 198

Elettra Pitacco........................... p. 360 Ruben Hernandez Fernandez....... p. 362 Irene Nervi................................ p. 364 Nicola Panunzio......................... p. 366 Piergiorgio Angius...................... p. 368 Q Project................................... p. 370 Igor Churakov............................ p. 372 Laura Granchi.......................... p. 374 Caterina Mucignat...................... p. 376 Pyotr Kapustin........................... p. 378 Jacopo Ambrosini...................... p. 380 Matteo Pistoletti........................ p. 382 Giacomo Rapisarda.................... p. 384 Giovanni Ferrarese..................... p. 386 Simone Mosè Boffi.................... p. 388 Milena Tribbia.......................... p. 390 Nicola di Virgilio........................ p. 392 Thu Ha Nguyen......................... p. 394 Fabio Santarossa....................... p. 396 Ana Castano Lorenzo.................. p. 398 Enrico Melchior......................... p. 400 Oscar Ulises Ramirez Hernandez. p. 402 M.reza H.seyafolahi.................... p. 404 Michele Slaviero....................... p. 406 Studio UTC + 1......................... p. 408 Alanood S. Alenezi..................... p. 410 Nivo Design Studio..................... p. 412 Francesco Principi..................... p. 414 Agnese Nicchio.......................... p. 416 Yorge Cardoso........................... p. 418 Isabella Secchi......................... p. 420 Domenico Cantone..................... p. 422 Francisco F. Beltran Valcarcel...... p. 424 Cristian Romero......................... p. 426 Adiel Enrique Ordonez................ p. 428 Phuc Thang Nguyen................... p. 430 Giovanni Buccino....................... p. 432 Mai Nguyen Thanh.................... p. 434 Silvia Doardo............................. p. 436 Anastasia Nikulina..................... p. 438 Sebastiano Leotta...................... p. 440 Andrea Dessì............................. p. 442 Georgia Zagara.......................... p. 444 BDO-3.0................................... p. 446

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Sara Biancareddu...................... p. 448 Ashot Bayramyan....................... p. 450 Karla Mejia Valdez.................... p. 452 Eduardo Ortiz............................ p. 454 Pierluigi Molteni......................... p. 456 Sarunporn Sriareporn................. p. 458 Arch. Ass.Tomaselli Pirazzi.......... p. 460 Ali Reza Vakili........................... p. 462 Pascal Monniez........................ p. 464 Tony Thomas............................. p. 466 Luca Giannini............................ p. 468 Manuela Gaia Gioffrè.................. p. 470 Roberto Mitolo........................... p. 472 Ova Studio Ltd ......................... p. 474 Giovanni Maffioletti.................... p. 476 Vincenzo Dell’Aversana............... p. 478 Luca Cristiani............................ p. 480 Tijana Markovic......................... p. 482 Bakary Joachim........................ p. 484 Yukihiko Sugawara.................... p. 486 Federico Ortiz Sanchez.............. p. 488 Alvaro Cantrigliani...................... p. 490 Nana A. D. Asiedu..................... p. 492 Alberto Fichera.......................... p. 494 Massimiliano Stefano Pescio....... p. 496 Iaroslav Kazantcev..................... p. 498 Gustavo Adolfo Berni.................. p. 500 Giovanni Smanio........................ p. 502 Luigi Serena.............................. p. 504 Federica Ciampi......................... p. 506 Venturi Ingegneria...................... p. 508 Alberto Sperani.......................... p. 510 Alexander Trippner..................... p. 512 Visión Arquitectura..................... p. 514 Studio Tandem.......................... p. 516 Gopal P. Sankaranarayanan......... p. 518 Eleonora Fassina........................ p. 520 Paolo Cremona.......................... p. 522 Fabio Acquiletti.......................... p. 524 Arsenie Cristian......................... p. 526 Double AT Engineering............... p. 528 Anil Choudhary.......................... p. 530 Tukasz Staniewicz...................... p. 532 Matteo Mosconi......................... p. 534

Index 249 251 252 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 286 288 289 290 292 293 294 295 297 298 300

Andreia Rodrigues...................... p. 536 Riccardo Bandera...................... p. 538 Giuseppe Giordano..................... p. 540 Mauro Tonello............................ p. 542 Francesco Michelis................... p. 544 Gaspare Inglese......................... p. 546 Riccardo Zerbinati...................... p. 548 Manuel Miguelez Kuthy.............. p. 550 Marco Gissara.......................... p. 552 Francesco Castellan.................. p. 554 Roua Kalhout............................ p. 556 Daniela Scanu........................... p. 558 Shima Najafi............................. p. 560 Magdalena Zalecka-Myszkiewicz.. p. 562 Junhyun Park............................ p. 564 Marcello De Felicis..................... p. 566 José Flavio Correa...................... p. 568 Raffaele Sansonetti.................... p. 570 Robert Ngure............................. p. 572 Valentina Pelligrò...................... p. 574 Laura Platania.......................... p. 576 Fabio Gonella............................ p. 578 Paolo Gialdini............................ p. 580 Mental Group............................ p. 582 Arc(h)aB................................... p. 584 José Antonio Pérez Ruiz.............. p. 586 Kanelia Koutsandrea................. p. 588 Marco Chiesurin........................ p. 590 Behnam Nazari.......................... p. 592 NM Architects........................... p. 594 Davide Lupini............................ p. 596 Valentina Menichelli.................. p. 598 Denis Confalonieri...................... p. 600 Victor Rejon Terrones.................. p. 602 BECHIArchitectures.................... p. 604 Victor Vazquez Blanco................ p. 606 Svetlana Pavkovic...................... p. 608 Marie Boltenstern...................... p. 610 Israel Hurtado Cola.................... p. 612 Massimo Tocco.......................... p. 614 Domenico Giacomino................. p. 616 Guilhem Lamour........................ p. 618 Katarzyna Chodyniecwa.............. p. 620 Lucia Belemmi.......................... p. 622

301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 338 339 340 341 342 343 344

Daniel Félix............................... p. 624 Maja Wisniewska....................... p. 626 Matteo Lattanzio........................ p. 628 Lukasz Grela............................ p. 630 Fabrizia Zorzenon....................... p. 632 Fabio Marigliani......................... p. 634 Gaia Romeo.............................. p. 636 Serafina Merola......................... p. 638 K+Y TEAM............................... p. 640 Marco Emanuel Francucci........... p. 642 Valentina Di Maccio.................. p. 644 Malgorzata Ciurej...................... p. 646 Antonio Posadino....................... p. 648 Juan Percy Casas Tovar.............. p. 650 Deborah Moretti........................ p. 652 Xiujian Liu................................ p. 654 Martin Zatecka.......................... p. 656 Octavio Altamirano M................. p. 658 Gianluca Gnisci......................... p. 660 Pamela Ferri.............................. p. 662 Alessandra Platania.................... p. 664 All1Studio................................. p. 666 duQo........................................ p. 668 Paola Maria Periti...................... p. 670 Stefania Bertolo......................... p. 672 Adamo Chiara........................... p. 674 Giulia Cai.................................. p. 676 Kilb Katharina........................... p. 678 Fabio Cabral.............................. p. 680 Federico Giacomarra................. p. 682 Gustavo Nascimento.................. p. 684 Fatila Ionut............................... p. 686 Vasileios Koumpoutas................. p. 688 D_2M....................................... p. 690 Mike Bernard............................ p. 692 Bryans Mukasa.......................... p. 694 Roberto Poziello......................... p. 696 José Herrero.............................. p. 698 Krisztian Lòki............................ p. 700 Monica Castro........................... p. 702 Chiara Triantafillou..................... p. 704 Emanuele Ferrarotti.................... p. 706 Pouya Sepehr............................ p. 708


Awarded Project

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Paolo Russo

Italy

Paolo Russo was Born in 1984 (Sassari), he attended his secondary school in Sassari and studied Architecture in Alghero and Seville between 2005 and 2012. Degree in Urban and Environmental Planning and Architecture in the Faculty of Architecture in Alghero. In 2010 and 2011, he studied at Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura, in Seville. He studied with lots of renowned architects and landscape architects, such as Luigi Snozzi, Ignasi Perez Arnal, Jean Michael Landecy, Giovanni Maciocco, Federico Soriano, Jorge Lobos, Antonio Cruz, Antonio Ortiz, Kaas Kaan, Jose Morales Sanchez, GuillermoVazquez Consuegra, João Luís Carrilho da Graça, Joao Ferreira Nunes, Joao Gomes da Silva, Bart Brands and many others. He’s currently attending a Master in Landscape Architecture in Milan, Barcelona and Lisbon. He worked for Nieto y Sobejano Architects (2013/14 Madrid-Berlin), C+S Architects (2012 Treviso), Cino Zucchi Architects (2008 Milan) and others agency in Italy and Spain. He participates at some competitions and workshop. He won the honorable mention for a seminary -Villard 11-, his final project, for degree in urban planning and environment, was selected for the Biennial of Landscape Architecture in Barcelona, year 2010 (student section) and his architecture final project was selected for some exhibitions.

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The project starts from a reworking of an architecture linked to the socio-cultural context sardinian. The proposed analyzes a typical Sardinian architecture “stazzo Gallurese” and and are re-interpreted by a series of elements that compose the building (form, materials, space, etc.): - The stazzo gallurese has a development with a rectangular floor plan, this element is retained in the proposal. The building has no openings to the outside but two overlapping doors used for recirculation of air. The stazzo spatially is composed of a single room and all its extensions are along the longitudinal axis. These two features are combined in the project proposal. In most cases the roof of the house is characterized by a sloping roof with two pitched. - The Stazzo has walls with a thickness of 80 cm realized with local granite. This feature plays an important role in the proposed, this element is stored in a symbolic manner. The wall becomes a container of functions, thus leading to greater liberty in the central space of the house. - In the lower part of the main façade is a bench with a depth of 50 cm and in some cases extends along the entire façade of the building, was used for the break or as an aid to climb on the horse. In the proposal this element becomes the basement (granite) on which the building rests. This also guarantees a greater isolation by separating the building from the ground. The building is composed of a main structure in wood, the interior walls were designed in MDF panel, the floor surface in recycled wood and the exterior panels is in local cork. All materials (wood, granite and cork) form part of the local tradition and they are still use today.

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Marc Benjamin Drews marc benjamin drewes ARCHITEKTUREN

Germany

Marc Benjamin Drewes ARCHITEKTUREN

PREFABRICATED WOODEN HOMES 2014

Marc Benjamin Drewes is a Berlin-based architect. After his studies at RWTH Aachen, Germany and TU Delft, The Netherlands he was project leader at e2aeckert eckert Architekten in Zurich, Switzerland (Heinrich Bรถll Stiftung, Berlin) and raumzeit Architekten(covered car park and pedestrian bridge Deggendorf) in Berlin. During his studies he was assistant designer at MVRDV, Rotterdam.

In our opinion the future of prefabricated wooden houses is a simple but well reasoned solid constructionwithout any glue or synthetic elements. This leads not only to real sustainability, but creates a pleasantindoor climate and a friendly atmosphere.

Since september 2011 he is working at the chair of design and construction of Prof. Donatella Fioretti at TUBerlin. staff in Designing the Future competition: Marc Benjamin DrewesThomas BalduyckKaat Dumoulin

The lightness of wood and the possibilities of prefabricating large-size elements qualifies wooden houses todensify an urban landscape. A city as Berlin has a huge amount of flat roofs that can carry light woodenconstructions. People can live in individual houses with spectacular views in the middle of the city. The proposed single family house offers 2-3 rooms on ground level and an open living room with kitchen andeating space on the top floor. The generosity of the space is increased by large-size windows in walls androof together with the opening gesture of the sloped roof itself. The serving functions are concentrated along side one outer wall. The rest of the space can be organizedwithout any constraints.

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Domenico Silvestro Stefano Taglialatela

Italy

Domenico Silvestro naples_1981 university of naples federico II_degree of architecture_2007 Driven by the idea that shape the land and the matter is to imagine a better environment, my design experience, curious and attentive, always aspires to the search for a “vision” different. Always prone to constant research and innovation, attentive to the various forms of art, I have worked with several design teams. My work is done thesis and antithesis, to get involved with courage and desire to know.

Stefano Taglialatela naples _1980 university of naples federico II_degree of architecture_2008 I believe that architecture is the study of the spatiality in the different scales, from the landscape to the city, from urban space to architectural object, always in relation to the history, context and man. Through participation in national and international competitions, as well as deepening the various issues that arise from time to time, i lead a research that seeks to define a method that is far from predetermined solutions and formal standards.

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At the base there is an experimentation, that is the interpretation of the many aspects involved in the process of composition, to provide a solution that is spontaneous, natural and never hostile to the people who live. Designing a single family house, today, means defining a new model. Even if designed without a specific location, the project wants to return “value” to the spaces of everyday life devoid of any symbolic content by typification of lifestyle. The project wants to innovate and reflect critically about the role of the housing adapting to new social and behavioural models. The design process arises from a study of our cultural context to which we belong: the city of Naples. In particular, the reference is to the model of the house of the Roman city of Pompeii which, we believed, can spring the quality of contemporary space. Simplifying, the rooms become the new prefabricated housing modules that open into a covered atrium. This one becomes the collective and relational space containing living-kitchen-dining room to which are connected independently the private spaces of bedrooms and bathrooms.

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Honorable mentions

“A Different point of view”

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All the mentioned are of equal merit order.


OCA

Indonesia

OCA (Office of Contextual Architecture) based in Indonesia and focuses on Architecture Design & Planning, Interior Design, Furniture Design. OCA filled with 8 young talented Architects, Stephen, Teguh, Alfonso, Siska, Diana, Feby, Nico and Stephany. All of them were classmates during Architecture study in Petra Christian University, Surabaya, Indonesia. OCA are trying to creating their own styles rather than trapped into particular styles. Their approach is creating design that stimulate productive human activities. Being a little bit different, it is a modular house with hyperboloid geometry. An authentic endangered house type in Indonesia, Mbaru Niang developed to be a fancy modern with easy-to-assembly method and become more effective and efficient by using prefabricated wood.

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Kawthar Al Wassan

Kuwait

Kawthar Alwazzan, Kuwaiti artist and Architect, which born in (29/9/1987) in Kuwait city . Junior Architect with bachelor degree from Kuwait university (collage of engineering and petroleum, Architect Department), Class of 2014 . Recently am Employee at Kuwait supreme council of planning and development , Consultant Department , Active Volunteer at Birth Kuwait Society .

The concept of this design is the idea of opening and packing the (Russian Dolls),so we’ve chose to work with many boxes that have different scales started with two main large boxes 3X3 meters and 4X4 meters until we stop to a small scale of box that could be used as a furniture inside the house by decreasing these boxes half meter each time through our process of design. The history of Russian dolls started in 1890 designed by Vasily Zvyozdochkin and Sergey Malyutin they were inspired by a doll from HonshuJapan, then in 1900 the Russian doll was presented at Exposition Universally in Paris where the toy earned a bronze medal ,soon after the dolls were being made in several places in Russia and shipped around the world. The purpose of this idea is to make the process of packing and moving the whole house from one place to another easy and durable just by putting these boxes inside each other, and then they could be opened and moved through the building process by large track that hold each box and move it on the site.

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Ji Zhang Bennet Marburger

China

GEM Coming from Hangzhou, China and Berlin, Germany we have started working together on architecture in 2013. To us the design of a prefabricated wooden house is not only a chance to reintroduce wood as a sustainable building material to China. It also invites to explore the limits of prefabrication and to question the established standards of the construction industry. For GEM we developed a system of triangular elements which form a spatial beam structure. Based on two main parts, a small and a large element, the set can be supplemented by few additional components. Due to the quality standards of prefabrication the parts can be designed to fit perfectly together. Because China suffers from the intense consumption of limited raw materials we designed GEM to profit from the renewable resources available. The shape allows collecting solar energy and at the same time is self-shading the windows. At night time fresh air can ventilate through the stair hall to cool down the building.

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BOX HOUSE Coming from Hangzhou, China and Berlin, Germany we have started working together on architecture in 2013. The basic idea behind BOX HOUSE is to create a very simple kit, which offers countless possibilities of combination. The kit consists of one constructive module which is added by different faรงade elements. The constructive module is a rectangular, selfsupporting 3 x 3 x 6 m timber frame with one of its long sides closed. The whole module can be swapped around all three directions. The faรงade elements are 3 x 3 m large slaps which can either be a wall, a roof or a ceiling. There is a closed element, a semi translucent element and a glazed element. For BOX HOUSE the modules are stacked in a very expressive manner. Some modules are in a horizontal orientation, others in a vertical. They are placed on another or sometimes half suspended. The faรงade elements are added to correspond with the internal organization and the orientation of the building.

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Honorable mentions

“house as home”

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Giulia Chiummiento

Italy

L’architetto Giulia Chiummiento si laurea nel 2010 presso la Facoltà di Archiettura dell’Università di Roma Sapienza. Nel 2014 consegue il titolo di Dottore di ricerca. Il suo ambito di ricerca riguarda le tematiche della rigenerazione urbana e della progettazione ecocompatibile e, in particolare, approfondisce il recupero ambientale ed energetico dello spazio aperto in contesti urbani densi. Dal 2010 svolge attività professionale, per committenti privati e pubblici.

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Progetto_Slice Home L’idea progettuale si basa sul potenziamento funzionale del sistema strutturale e sulla definizione di moduli standardizzati e prefabbricati componibili. Il sistema strutturale a telaio è progettato come dispositivo multifunzionale, una parete attrezzata che ospita il sistema impiantistico, gli armadi e le librerie. Tale sistema permette la definizione di moduli base componibili, aggregabili secondo le necessità insediative e secondo le esigenze funzionali della committenza. La dimensione dei moduli permette di facilitare il trasporto e il montaggio dell’unità abitativa. La presenza di logge permette di definire un’interessante tema di facciata e di accresce il comfort abitativo degli spazi indoor.

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Studio Planda

France

Planda is an architecture studio based in Reims and Paris, through the partnership of architects Julien Jacquot and Marc-Antoine Maillard. Their collaboration began in 2003 at the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais, where they each received their diplomas. Their professional path has brought them opportunities to work with well-known firms such as R&Sie, Work ac, Bernard Tschumi, Shigeru Ban, and most recently, TVK and Renzo Piano Architects.

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While pursuing their respective professional endeavors, they have developed a joint practice known as Planda, through which they participate in international competitions and develop various projects from architecture and product design, to urban planning and interior design. They have already realized various projects with low-budget construction costs, each as important as the large scale ones. Their work has caught the attention of several publications in different fields such as fashion, music, and design.

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Popa Vlad-Lucian Benjamin Olszyna-Marzys

Romania

VLAD POPA Vlad Popa is a romanian architect born in Piatra-Neamt . He took the Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Architecture at the “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban Planning in Bucharest in 2011 and then went on with his professional carrier in Brussels, Belgium working with SAQ Architects studio. There he developed his artistic skills and improved his knowledge regarding the field of archicture. However, his devotion for architecture fell into place. website http://vladpopa.eu/

Benjamin Olszyna-Marzys is an architect from Brussels, who graduated at the Bartlett School of Architecture of London. After graduating, Ben worked in the motion design industry for a year, then worked as an architect for five years in Brussels. He is now working as a visual artist at Pixelflakes, London. website http://benmarzys.com/

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DESIGN concept The architectural gesture of defining the project’s lines is minimal and delicate, it’s about extroversion of the indoor spaces into the outdoor, about living in a space and enjoying its surrounding, not only using it. Starting from a pure volume, like a box (squared or rectangle), the project takes shape by extruding the living areas outside the volume connecting the indoor space with the outdoor. This connection happens to create a closer relation between the inhabitants and the surroundings. In those indoor areas where people spend more time, the connection is on a next level, meaning that the house physically is extending outside through its terraces. Therefore the living space becomes bigger and in relation with the nature, the context and in the end with the people. The house is built on a concrete foundation using a grid of wooden structural beams and columns, with structural multilayer panels, covered by a ventilated facade and a green roof envelope. The grid is a multiple of 120 cm, a common dimension which facilitates the construction of the house and also the designing of the interior spaces.

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Honorable mentions

“one-many”

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Gialuca Pelizzi

Italy

Education. Degree with honours in Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Milan, Master Degree in Architectural Design at the Bartlett School, University College of London. Professional Experience. From 1999 to 2008 collaboration with offices in the United Kingdom and Italy, among others Massimiliano Fuksas, TP Bennett, Stipa Architettura, working at different projects such as the University of Science and Technology in Abuja, Nigeria, the Ferrari Park Theme in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, the Crispin Street Student Accommodation in London, United Kingdom, the Acoustic Landscape City for the X Architectural Biennale of Venice, Italy (1st prize De Carlo for the Italian Pavilion). Pelizziarchitettura is established in Parma in 2008. Through an experimental and theoretical approach, its activity ranges from urban masterplanning to small scale architecture, moving from concept design to construction. Since 2008 many projects have been awarded and shortlisted in national and international architectural competitions. Among others the project of a Temporary Hut in Portland, USA (winning project), a Library Extension in Campobasso (3rd prize Italian Young Architect), the Science and Technology Park in Parma (2nd prize), a Housing scheme for Mediterranean Countries in Leverano, Lecce (2nd prize), a Mountain Resort in Corniglio, Parma (3rd prize), the Porta Nuova Urban Planning in Marsala, Trapani (3rd prize), the Trachite Urban Furniture design (1st prize), the Castellavazzo Urban Furniture Design (1st prize), the Dolomia Urban Furniture Design (2nd prize).

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION Concept. readyho.me is a simple and modular prefabricated wooden home system. Conceptually the idea is to define a box with two opposite structural sides and two non structural ones. The system then consists of three basic elements – S-small, M-medium, L-large – built off-site with structural cross laminated timber panels. Their combination, with or without sloping roofs, generates endless spatial configurations, on one or more levels. Technical. The cross laminated timber panels are assembled off-site with an open mortise and tenon joint taken from the carpenter tradition. This solution allows for a more stable fixing and increases the anti-seismic properties of the whole system. Sustainability. The project is flexible and adaptable in time to changeable needs or technical requirements (new plant systems, upgrade insulation requirements, ect). At the end of its life cycle the modular elements can be dismantled and recycled. www.pelizziarchitettura.com

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Studio 4

Italy

The company was founded in 1996 in Genoa by architects who, in previous years, had shared training and various professional experiences. Since November 2013 Studio4 is directed by the founders Federico Basso, Aldo Daniele and Alessandro Rizzo. Studio4 has, from the beginning, established close relations with important international studies, in particular with DCA -David Chipperfield Architects for the competition of Ponte Parodi in Genoa, for the construction of the store Dolce and Gabbana and the villas of the same stylist in Portofino. The company has often dealt with issues of rehabilitation of coastal areas, port or abandoned areas. The most important projects to remember: - SIT: Integrated System of Genoa Ferry Terminal, - New wooden promenade in Voltri -Genoa” (with Architettiriuniti and arch. Zero) - New wooden promenade of the lighthouse of Genoa,” with the arch. A. Marenco and Architettiriuniti (finalist for the “Gold Medal for architecture ‘as First Work at the Milan Triennale) -New by-pass between the multipurpose area and the port road network in Vado Ligure (Sv). Large-scale projects, drawn up in recent years by Studio4, are of particular interest: Technological Pole District and Paddocks of F1 Motorcity Circuit of Veneto; First and second generation of Bio-ethanol plants in Rivalta Scrivia (Al) and in Crescentino (Vc); Redevelopment of the “Parco del Ponente” in Genoa Pra. Studio4 also supports the design and the construction supervision of several apartments and private villas. Architects Luca Daniele, Lorena Golotta and Walter Larteri collaborate now with the company.

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WH-SYSTEM is a prefabricated wooden houses meta-system based on concepts of: optimum packaging, easy delivery with a well known container, recycle of container as a structural element and as a carrier of facilities, and easy assembly as almost a ‘selfconstruction’ house. The container Iso “high cube 20 by 606 cm of length is optimal for its diffusion and its easy handling and also for the ability to contain all the necessary parts for assembly as well as being sufficiently rigid and it can be provided with all necessary facilities. At this stage, we decided to communicate only the strong logic of sustainability linked to the whole object life from the design until the final disposal, not wanting to deal with although important problems regarding dimensioning and structural issues. This logic was finally translated into three possible examples of implementation in different contexts.

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Joao Araujo Sousa Joana Silva

Portugal

We’re a team of young architects from Porto-Portugal, collaborating since 2008 in several international competitions and a large span of architecture and interior projects. We’ve been recently awarded at Sunbrella’s Future of Shade 2014 Competition. João Sousa works for the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto, developing urban planning projects, interior/furniture design. He has also a long time partnership with Edição Limitada design store, in the field of interior/furniture design.

For this competition we developed a set of fully prefabricated and pre-assembled modules fit to be transported by road. With over 130 layouts adjustable to each client’s needs, the proposed system adapts to diverse types of conditions, exploring the contextual nuances of the physical site and promoting a harmonious integration with nature.

Joana Silva worked for Matosinhos City Hall, Urban Planning Division, and has a rich experience in real estate, interior renovation and commercial spaces.

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“urban vision”

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Matteo Ascani

Italy

Nato ad Ancona il 18/10/1977, si laurea in architettura nel 2005 presso l’Università di Ferrara con la tesi “multitask - la possibile convivenza” (relatori: A. Stella, P.Ciorra), un edificio polifunzionale sito lungo il confine del quartiere Archi di Ancona e il suo porto, un contenitore di salvaguardia sociale. Nel 2006 collabora con studi di architettura in Italia, nel 2007 si trasferisce nella città di Copenhagen dove collabora con lo studio JDS Architects, nel 2008 con lo studio di architettura N!Studio Ferrini:Stella di Roma. Dal 2009 fonda e dirige lo studio AMA / ARCHITETTO MATTEO ASCANI. Dal 2010 collabora con l’artista Mara Cassiani nell’ambito della performance e ricerca teatrale nell’allestimento di spazi scenici. AMA è uno studio multidisciplinare di progettazione urbana, architettonica, del paesaggio, di interni, di spazi espositivi e di furniture design. Lo studio è un polo creativo di ricerca attiva nel design applicato alla società, cercando un campo comune di applicazione.

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MAPHOUSE is a modular prefabricated wood housing system of 100sqm.The design of a telescopic shape is divided in three parts and allowed to get through the modules a development from both sides, transversely and longitudinally.This division permitted us to design an infi-nite range of possibilities, also the different heights of the modules create a dynamic and moldable skyline.The trapezoidal shape of the plan allowed us to connect them in different situations, such as the terraced type linking one next to the other, or an curve-court shape where the modules are placed side by side to create micro courtyards.The modular system of the project is made of structural plywood panel with dimensions 150L 300H 12D.Regarding to this technique, the external skin could be customized by the client with several material like wood, plaster, metal sheet etc. Sustainability is guaranteed by a solar photo-voltaic roof; wall and roof are equipped with natural air ventilation system and the house is equipped with rainwater collector systems that collects, purify and bring back the water rain to the unit.

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El Mehdi Belyasmine

Qatar

Originally from Morocco where El Mehdi Belyasmine grew up, he currently lives in Doha Qatar where he is an Architectural Intern at Albaker Architects where he is involved in research designs and competitions. he is a Master student in Brussels (Belgium). He hold a Bachelor degree of Architecture from Faculty of Architecture LaCambre Horta, Brussels and completed one-year exchange master in Freiburg and Bern in Switzerland in 2012-2013 and SummerSchool 2013 in New York City. His particular sign is the deafness which is the reason to see Architecture as a lifestyle, a means of expression and a language with more flexibility and polyvalency.

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LEARNING FROM WOOD-Libreville, Gabon The masterplan for Libreville (Gabon) demonstrates coherence between different units that leads to a sense of impregnation in the linear city through the process of adaptation which is a key element in weaving social links between the inhabitants of a given area. Community interaction can be forged through central or linear spaces that can accommodate a variety of local activities such as agriculture, market, etc... A cultural identity is governed by the spatial organization of the plot of land which also ensures temporal stability. The notion of “Villages into city� can be emphasized with self-management and structured by the sense of responsibility. The environmental identity has an aim which is about to catalyze the future urban context and develop a creative community.

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PROYECTO NN

Colombia

MEMBERS: LUISA FERNANDA ECHEVERRY, JUAN MIGUEL GOMEZ, DANIEL TOBÓN LOCATION: MEDELLÍN, COLOMBIA PROFESSION: ARCHITECTS Proyecto NN is an interdisciplinary group that has developed projects and activities in the cultural field focused on citizen appropriation of public space and the construction of a collective consciousness. Simultaneously, has worked and experimented from the notion of collaborative design in the fields of architecture, industrial design and graphic design. Web: http://www.proyectonn.com/

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The modular design of the house stars from the idea of combining two architectural systems: Skin and bones. Bones: the wooden structure, made of standard elements and modular measures so that support different configurations, extensions and groups. The wooden structure is supported on concrete piles that can adapt to any terrain and slope. In case you need to move or demolish the house, the structure can be removed without leaving negative ecological footprints in the terrain. Meanwhile, the piles serve to lift the house above the soil and protect it from moisture, facilitate the use of dry ecological toilets and chimneys below ground. Skin: is the closing surface in both wall and roof systems. We propose a system of modular panels 1.2x2.4 m, which can be grouped in various ways to produce diverse and adaptable spaces. The panels can be of four types: 1 Closed Panel, with thermal insulation inside. 2 Panel window that provides light and ventilation. 3 Blind Panel provides constant ventilation in service areas and patios. 4. Mobile façade panels can be moved to different parts of the facade for lighting and climate control. From these four modular elements (1.2x2.4m) we can produce several home options in plan, section and materiality. The system offers flexibility in all three dimensions. Additionally, the configuration supports plan changes and extensions in time, using the same modular panels. The type of 100 m2 house is fully clusterable with others to form groups and urban and typologies in the neighborhood scale with both spacial and social quality.

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Other finalists

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Tukasz Majanski

Poland

Architect (Master Degree of Faculty of Architecture Cracow University of Technology in 2011), academic teacher, laureate over a dozen architectural competitions. Since 2011 working with Cracow architectural firm NArchitecTURE. In 2014 founded M|Lab, design and research group. Idea: house = wood The challenge of this architecture is to design a space somewhere between artificial and natural. I wanted to create the ultimate wooden architecture. The house look like a primitive “hut” but it can be a new piece of architecture at the same time. This “new piece of architecture” is new and prehistoric at the same time. Wood is amazingly versatile, has natural thermal and acoustic insulation properties and can regulates microclimate of the interiors. I suggest that conversely to create architecture that fulfills every function in one process, by using one type of wood in different ways. This is the process in which wood can be simultaneously insulation and structure, finish and also furniture . House = “play in the space” Imagine a house that changes with your needs -here starts some kind of “play in the space”, the relationship between the wooden elements, structure, space and man starts here. Life is a process of needs that change over time. Today we can say that: timeline = lifeline = needsline. The traditional concept of home and space becomes insufficient. You can transform space infinite numbers of times using identical wooden components. These elements can be construction, furniture, finish ... whatever you want to be. Modularity = “Furniture cubes” The building is composed of wooden cubes

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(35 x 35 x 35cm with 10 x 5cm cut-outs on each side). There is no categorization of modular elements here. These cubes can be used as construction, chairs, desks, floors, roofs, shelves, stairs etc. 35cm is adequate thickness of thermal insulation of the wall but also based on the size of human activities. Inhabitants, in their daily lives, are able to discover and appropriate diverse uses of modular cubes. Old and used parts can be easily replaced. Small dimensionality and modularity allows you to dismantle the entire structure and transport to another location (if it were necessary) and then rebuild the house with adaptation to local conditions and new function (using existing elements). A prototype I believe that this project can be a trial to the new prototype of residences. The new relationship between architecture and human needs starts here -”somewhere between natural and man-made”. I create this struture not a functional machine but a more fundamental – place for living. “A house witha feeling of the landscape and nature nearby”. Nearby through surrounding wood, nearby through panoramic openings.

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Rosa Perez Resino

Spain

My name is Rosa PÊrez Resina md l’m a last year architecture student from Madrid (Spain). My professional experience is limited, but nevertheless I have participated in various competitions in these last two years with good luck some them (IdeasLab 2011, Instant House 2012, Lamp Award 2013, ...). Although my study’s specialization is Heritage conservation and Rehabilitation, I am also interested in other topics like: graphic design, exhibition design and photograph what has allowed me to design some exhibitions at Polytechnic School Architecture here in Madrid. Here is my blog [rosaperezresino. blogspot.com.es] where you can see some samples of my work.

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SllCE HOUSE Slice Hause proposal tries to go beyond in the Wood prefab housing creating a new modular production sytem wich generates rich and interesting architectural spaces, and makes users feel their house is special because they have been the designers of their own home, not only customers or clients. For these reason slice house propose a series of constructive moduIes (as if They were slices or rashers) wich can be combined interchangeably. Creating a large open space where can be developed any program or activity (not only housing... ) Each moduIe has a dimensional database that allows to fit perfectly into fundations. so a reguIar grid of2x6m is created on the floor plan. From there. each module develops forms. finishes and dimensions and in combination with other moduIes generates a formaI heterogeneity wich does not suggest that it is a manufactured home. but rather a unique and original design home.

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Francesco Tronci

Italy

Vivo in provincia di Prato. Mi sono laureato in Architettura presso l’Università degli Studi di Firenze (2013), con una tesi avente per oggetto la progettazione, secondo principi di ecocompatibilità, di un polo scolastico nella periferia di Firenze. Il progetto è stato presentato al concorso “Eire2014: originalità e creatività al sevrizio della città”, svoltosi a Milano, rientrando fra i finalisti. Da sempre sono interessato al tema della sostenibilità in edilizia e dei materiali rinnovabili, primo fra tutti il legno. A tale proposito ho recentemente partecipato al concorso internazionale “La Casa di domani”, promosso da Leroy Merlin rientrando fra gli 8 progetti finalisti. Sto frequentando il Master di II livello CasaClima-Bioarchitettura a Roma, al termine del quale sosterrò l’esame per consulente CasaClima. Collaboro con uno studio locale, e porto avanti autonomamente alcuni progetti per privati e per concorsi d’idee sia in Italia che all’estero. Attualmente mi sto occupando della certificazione energetica del nuovo asilo comunale di Aprilia (Latina), integralmente progettato con legno massiccio X-lam.

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Prefabricated Wood Houses for Tuscany. Il progetto si pone come obiettivo quello di dimostrare che pensare ad una casa in legno prefabbricata, è possibile anche nel suggestivo contesto paesaggistico e storico della Toscana, fortemente legata alla propria identità, e spesso restia a tutto ciò che rappresenta una novità. Ho studiato tre moduli di base: una zona giorno, una zona notte e uno spazio servizi, individuando le possibili soluzioni compositive che derivano dalla loro aggregazione e sviluppandone tre: la casa isolata su un unico piano, quella isolata su due livelli e quella a schiera. Nonostante l’uso del legno massiccio, ho garantito dei segni architettonici tipici della cultura locale: il tetto a falda e il porticato, in modo tale che tutti questi edifici, una volta completati, da fuori siano del tutto simili a quelli in muratura. Ho sviluppato dettali tecnologici che consentono di certificare l’edificio secondo standard abitativi e di qualità molto elevati.

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Marcelo Badilla Cofrè

Spain

Architect, was born in Chile, studied architecture in the University of Valparaiso -Chile (2008) and in the Polytechnical University of Madrid -Spain (2014),He studied Master’s degree in Urban Renewal and Architectural Rehabilitation in the University of Santiago de Compostela (2010) and he specialized in Examination, Repair and building Maintenance in the University of Coruña (2012). He was a part of the team who wrote the Project of Performance in the Park of Belvís, old area of Santiago de Compostela, rapporteur in “the water of Santiago, patrimony for a city sustentable” in the Galician Center of Contemporary Art CGAC (2011) and of a Writing of Technical Examination to the House of the Governor in the Castle of San Felipe of Ferrol (2012). At present he resides and works as architect in the city of Santiago de Compostela.

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About project work: The “ horreo” house tries to innovate from a different perspective, established to the tradition and to its territory. Using the traditional way of constructing on steep slopes of the Ribeira Sacra by means of a high platform in which different types of modules settle delivering different architectural solutions and preserving the narrow and high quality of the “horreos” of the area. Influenced by the geographical situation and the local materials (area in pending staggered in stone and wood of oak), new technologies for sustainability and continuity of their traditions are intertwined, confirming its place only condition characterized by vineyards and their way of life among them.

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Victoria Tranca Timea Farkas

Romania

We are Victoria Tranca and Timea Farkas. We are graduates of Architecture Faculty from the Techical University of Cluj (UTCN). Participating in this contest allowed us to understand better what a modular house really means.

Considering this we designed a house intended to be for a lifetime not being built in a life time, like many people do in our country for various reasons. Given the fact this is a modular house it can be assembled vary fast and habituated from the moment the when the 3 basic modules have been installed: living room, kitchen and bathroom module. New room or utility modules can be easily added or taken out and you can also change its exterior because of the way each module is designed (modular walls and roof). With this double modularity the house becomes very adaptable for various situations, for eg. the season, the environment, the culture and the family situation (financially and the number of its members).

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Daniele Marotta

Italy

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Andrea Di Marino

Italy

Pubblicazioni Concorso INSTANTHOUSE_casabella/ repubblica Concorso Uniti per la salute e il benessre_ Biocasa Esposizioni Concorso_Tra pubblico e Privato_Politecnico Milano Concorso INSTANT HOUSE_ MADE EXPO Esperienza professionale 01/07/2014IN CORSO_ KAW ARCHITECTEN_ROTTERDAM/ Vannelle Factory (RT). Progettazione_ elaborazioni grafiche Reiman Von Medin Ottima propensione al lavoro di gruppo ed in ambienti multiculturali, tale capacità è stata acquisita durante i laboratori universitari, le collaborazioni con i docenti e le attività sportive e ricreative. Ottima capacità organizzativa e di archiviazione, anche sotto stress. Puntualità e precisione nel lavoro svolto. Disegno tecnico a mano libera/ disegno artistico/ pittura/ scultura/ modellistica/ scrittura di testi a carattere scientifico/ grafica per eventi.

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U67 Fabio Gigone Angela Gigliotti Federico Feraco Italy

U67 is the common ground of Fabio Gigone and Angela Gigliotti. We want to collect and share experiences related to design topics. We are involved in a multidisciplinary activity where the project deals each time with a new issue to produce unexpected outcomes. We believe in the project as a method to develop sceneries working through different scales and involving specific competences to better approach the meaning of the context. Each project is a way to reveal possibilities towards different points of view, a vision that includes collective knowledge and beauty.

Designing a house is a delicate process of definition of the space of relations: among the need of the single person, among the people living under the same roof and the neighbours on the other side of the fence. “24rooms” reflects on the ordinary living and gives the same quantity of indoor and outdoor space: it has 100 sqm of indoor rooms and 100 of “gardens” arranged on a single level. The total surface of the house is developed using a non-hierarchical grid, a chessboard where the blacks are the covered rooms and the whites are the outdoor spaces. The grid is stretched, going from 2 to 4 m of span according to the specific needs of the interiors, whether they are service or living functions. No corridors, but every covered rooms is connected to other four ones and it gives the freedom to access at least one “garden” and look into another one. Using the corner going diagonally is the only possibility of moving indoor, hence creating several combination of relations among the spaces.

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Alan Gabriel Casasola

Argentina

Age: 27 years I Start my studies in the school of education technique N ° 3 in Mar del Plata city, obtaining the title of technician in construction in 2004. I’m currently nishing study architecture at the National University in Mar del Plata city, exercising also, the post of Professor in the level 1 of construction systems.

The House was intended to adapt to areas prone to ooding, situation prevalent in the province of Misiones, Argentina. The project prioritizes the modulation and repetition of parts to generate minimum wastage and accelerate the Assembly process. The House is constructed using frames, which function as structural parts, and with these there construct the two basic modules (one for public use and the other for private use or service) Wood is the material used. Wood is an abundant resource in the area and mainly used in the construction. The other priorities of the project were based on the capture of rainwater to supply services of irrigation and cleaning; the use of the Sun radiation to heat the water to consum; correct ventilation and airow in precincts; and achieve proper thermic operation allowing energy saving.

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Giuseppe Agata Giannoccari

Italy

ESPERIENZE PROFESSIONALI 2011 IN CORSO Socio fondatore della MMAA con Annamaria Cavazzuti, lo studio si costituisce per operare con particolare attenzione alle tematiche del social housing e dell’utilizzo di materiali eco/compatibili. 1990 IN CORSO Socio fondatore della AG&F architetti. Studio di progettazione che si costituisce nel 1990.

ESPERIENZE DIDATTICHE 2004 IN CORSO Politecnico Facoltà di Architettura Civile professore laboratorio di architettura degli interni ISTRUZIONE E FORMAZIONE 1984 Laurea presso il Politecnico di Milano Facoltà di Architettura

Nella sede di Milano opera un gruppo di professionisti guidato da Giuseppe Agata Giannoccari e Sonia Facchin realizzando progetti a diverse scale di intervento sia per privati che per società in italia e all’estero. Nel 2004 lo studio è stato selezionato alla 9 Biennale di architettura di Venezia con un progetto di spazio per la danza. 1987 2011 Collaboratore dello studio GREGOTTI ASSOCIATI INTERNATIONAL di cui nel 1999 diventa responsabile unico per la progettazione degli interni. 1983 1987 Collaboratore dello studio CENTROKAPPA dove si occupa in prevalenza di progetti di design e di allestimenti. Relatore in occasione di convegni e conferenze nazionali ed internazionali sulle tematiche inerenti le costruzioni energeticamente evolute ed in particolare sugli edifici multipiano in legno e sul recupero delle marginalità urbane

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404DESIGN

Italy

404DESIGN è un gruppo interdisciplinare di professionisti che opera nei settori dell’architettura, dell’urbanistica, del design e della ricerca. Il lavoro dell’ufficio scaturisce da un’attenta analisi delle forme del vivere contemporaneo in costante e continua evoluzione. Sostenibilità, contesto e efficienza energetica sono i concetti posti alla base del nostro lavoro. Il valore dell’architettura deve basarsi su quello che produce, sulla capacità di fare piuttosto che di rappresentare, di essere vissuta e non solo osservata. L’individuo, la comunità e l’ottenimento del loro benessere sociale è l’obiettivo sul quale si concentra il nostro impegno.

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INSIDE MY SKIN è l’abitazione pensata per essere inserita in contesti ad alto valore paesaggistico in grado di integrarsi e rispettare l’esistente. Le possibili lottizzazioni sono pensate a bassa densità e a un’altezza massima pari a 2 piani. L’impalcato strutturale basato sul modulo di 2,4 x 4,8 metri realizzato in x-lam che raddoppiandosi e triplicandosi dà vita ai tre volumi base di 2,4x4,8 - 4,8x4,8 e 4,8x7,2 metri. I tre elementi tutti realizzati con una copertura a falda che si sviluppa sulla diagonale del rettangolo o quadrato di base, componendosi sono in grado di dare vita a svariate configurazioni spaziali coprendo tutti i tagli tipologici dal monolocale al quadrilocale e sovrapponendosi creano delle abitazioni bifamiliari. La giustapposizione degli infissi è stata studiata per fare in modo che questi non abbiano bisogno di personalizzazioni dimensionali o di cambiare la loro posizione al variare dell’aggregazione dei moduli. L’infisso posto all’angolo, che esclude l’appoggio verticale, è reso possibile dalla tecnologia costruttiva adottata che fa funzionare la parte triangolare superiore della parete come trave in legno pieno capace di coprire agevolmente lo sbalzo necessario al posizionamento dell’infisso sottostante. La modularità con cui è stata studiata l’abitazione permette

un notevole risparmio per l’azienda produttrice in quanto ogni volume sarà verificato staticamente e dotato di impianti autonomamente funzionati, questo consentirà di non avere particolari da studiare ad-hoc per rispondere alle diverse richieste del cliente finale e di ottenere un notevole guadagno a fronte di un investimento iniziale leggermente superiore allo standard. L’abitazione è concepita per fornire alte prestazioni energetiche grazie all’involucro ad alto potere isolante, alla posizione strategica delle aperture in grado di innescare la ventilazione naturale incrociata e alla presenza di un impianto fotovoltaico integrato nella copertura che soddisfa buona parte del fabbisogno energetico della casa. La struttura, i rivestimenti esterni, i pavimenti, gli infissi e gli arredi fissi sono pensati in legno. Nello specifico larice per la finitura esterna, noce per i pavimenti interni e gli infissi e abete laccato bianco opaco per gli arredi fissi. Il legno è il materiale ecosostenibile per eccellenza e la sua capacità di essere rinnovabile lo rende ancor più indicato per il tipo di progetto pensato. INSIDE MY SKIN propone un modello di abitazione capace di rispondere ad ogni richiesta del cliente attraverso la prefabbricazione interna all’azienda, energeticamente efficiente, di alto valore architettonico e dalle qualità spaziali interne caratterizzate da un design contemporaneo e da materiali durevoli e di qualità. Sono state studiate venti possibili soluzioni architettoniche tra cui è stata selezionata quella sviluppata per Designing the Future perché rispondente alle caratteristiche dimensionali richieste, consapevoli tuttavia che la forza della proposta presentata risiede nei concetti di Modularità, Flessibilità, Adattabilità ed Efficienza Energetica e quindi scinde la proposta dallo specifico e la propone come modello per un abitare originale, in armonia con la natura e capace di essere vissuta come una seconda pelle.

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Hristina Stojanovic Aleksandra Lekić Hristina Stojanović Ivana Jevremović Luka Jovićević Serbia

Ivana Marjanović (born in Belgrade, 1993), Bachelor’s student at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, on the course Space and Form (2013-2014). Participated in the workshop Belgrade Scapes Lab (2014) and ASKArchitectural Student Congress in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (2014). Volunteer at the AUR Architecture Utopia Realism conference in Belgrade (2013) and Discussion with Peter Eisenman (2014). Currently a member of Eco.meme Organization. Aleksandra Lekić (born in Kragujevac, 1991), Master’s student at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. In addition to the faculty, she is currently working as a designer in an architectural studio Plan in Arandjelovac. Participated in the workshop New Models of Housing for People Affected byFloods (2014). Hristina Stojanović (born in Belgrade, 1991), Master’s student at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. In addition to the faculty, she is currently working as a designer in an architectural studio u|red. Won the first prize in the category of architectural planning for the Mira Trailović Square in Belgrade, in collaboration with colleagues from the university and the design office re:a.c.t. (2013). Participated in the Summer School of Architecture in Petnica (2012), EASA European Architectural Student Assembly in Žužemberk, Slovenia (2013). In collaboration with students in art history from the Faculty of Philosophy and students from the Sculptural Department in Faculty of Fine Arts, organized the exhibition, 7x3’’ within the project “About and Around Curating” at the gallery U10 in Belgrade (2013).

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Ivana Jevremović (born in Belgrade, 1991), Master’s student at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. In addition to the faculty, she is currently working as a designer in an architectural studio u|red. Won the first prize for the preliminary design of the sports hall Master in Zemun, Belgrade, in collaboration with the design office re:a.c.t. (2013). In collaboration with students in art history from the Faculty of Philosophy and students from the Sculptural Department in Faculty of Fine Arts, organized the exhibition, 7x3’’ within the project “About and Around Curating” at the gallery U10 in Belgrade (2013). Participant in the organization of the window of the French Cultural Centre in

Belgrade, in collaboration with the French designer Soline d’Aboville and students of the Private Faculty of Art and Design. Luka Jovićević (born in Florence,1990), completed Master’s studies at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. Teaching Assistant at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, on courses Visual exploring (2012-2013) and 3D Modelling (2013). Won the second prize in the category of architectural planning for the Slavija Square in Belgrade, in collaboration with colleagues from the university and the design office re:a.c.t. (2012). Participated in the Summer School of Architecture in Petnica (2012). PROJECT DESCRIPTION Between 14 and 18 May 2014, a low-pressure area designated “Yvette” or “Tamara” affected a large area of Southeastern and Central Europe, causing floods and landslides. Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina suffered the greatest damage, as the rain was the heaviest in 120 years of recorded weather measurements. By 20 May, at least 62 people had died as a result of the flooding, and hundreds of thousands had been forced from their homes. Official counts indicate that over 1.6 million people were affected in Serbia and Bosnia, after a week of flooding. As a response to the current situation a group of students from Faculty of Architecture University in Belgrade organized a 3-day workshop: New Models of Housing for People Affected by Floods. Our project was created during this workshop. This project opens the question of interpretating a housing minimum which should provide the basis for future upgrades. We defined a typology of objects which corresponds to real construction conditions with specific and limited possibilities. The question of a housing minimum and what it can provide found the answer in the concept which has been verified through the idea, development and model. The result is a housing project that meets the criteria relying on basic housing needs. The proposed solution is possible to adapt to specific locations with further development. Additional quality to the project is giving the future users the possibility to upgrade the house accord ing to their own needs which will make it unique among the others. The minimum housing unit consists of prefabricated wooden materials that can be easily transported to the location and installed within a week.

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Stefan Moosmann

Austria

My name is Stefan and I am twenty-three years old. I come from Vorarlberg which is quite in the west of Austria, but now I live in Vienna since a little bit more than two years. I`m studying architecture in the fifth Semester at the technical university. Beside University I am working for several architects what I really enjoy because I think architecture is a really beautiful profession.

The basic idea was to create a simple box with an inside dimension of 2.80/2.80 meters. This standard box can be adapted to many different modules. With different combinations, the customer can choose from the standard modules and create individually his own house. From a small single family house to a large housing complex - everything is possible.

I wanted to become an architect because I am interstate in the use of different materials, colors und lights and I like rooms which has a special atmosphere. So my goal as an further architect is to create buildings where people can feel comfortable.

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Mirko Bertinotti

Italy

Mirko Bertinotti (Arona, 1973) si laurea in architettura al Politecnico di Milano nel 1999. Dal 1997 al 1999 frequenta i corsi di pittura del maestro Antonio De Venezia e dal 1999 al 2003 la Scuola di Ecologia dell’Architettura di Milano.

La proposta progettuale nasce dall’idea di suddividere un parallelepipedo in moduli che sottoposti a traslazioni trasversali creano diverse tipologie abitative completate con l’aggiunta di porticati e di serre.

Fonda nel 2003 lo studio Mirko Bertinotti Architetto.

I moduli sono di quattro tipi e si differenziano solo per la lunghezza.

Partecipa a concorsi: ad oggi ha ottenuto un primo e un secondo posto, due terzi posti, un quinto posto e due menzioni.

Ogni modulo, realizzato totalmente in stabilimento, è composto da un involucro, da un rivestimento e da un sistema di raccordo. I moduli vengono posati in cantiere su un vespaio realizzato in opera e collegati. Sono previsti solo materiali riciclabili, sistemi impiantistici elettrici e pannelli FV.

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Giorgio Burrago Maurizio Burragato

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GIORGIO BURRAGATO chief architect Giorgio Burragato, born in Indianapolis (USA) in 1966, is the senior partner and general manager of the office.Giorgio has a 360° degree experience. After graduating in Politecnico di Milano ,he started in the 1994 as consultant of architecture and engineering companies operating in the real estate. In 199596 he is involved in public projects for schools, sport centers and urban projects. From 1997 to 2002 he works in the design and interior design field for boutiques and shops in Russia. In 2003 Giorgio win the competition for a new public library in Biella (Italy) receiving his own first important commission. In 2005 he receive other commissions for the new police station in Pioltello (Italy) and for the unification of the cemetery of Limito and Pioltello (Italy). He won several competition for public buildings and urban spaces. In recent years he is certified “cened” as green building expert. MAURIZIO BURRAGATO chief architect Maurizio Burragato, born in Rome (Italy) in 1978, is the lead architect of the office. Maurizio , have built his experience as architect and interior designer, collaborating from 2003 to 2009 with several well known architecture firms from Milan. These collaborations brings him to work on several high level projectsaround the world. During these years he start to collaborate as architect leader with Caruso-Torricella architetti on museums, cultural expositions, office buildings, in Argentina, Mexico,Canada and USA improving his international skill. In 2008 Maurizio spend 9 month following

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hotels and housing projects between China and Kazakhstan.Maurizio is now a professor in Accademia del Lusso in the interior design course and makes lectures in Politecnicodi Milano and Ordine degli Architetti di Milano.In 2009 Maurizio and Giorgio found BIANCOSTUDIO

THE PROJECT..... CUBE It’s a compact singlefamily house on two levels DESIGNED TO BE : BUILT on a regular square grid , in the threedimensions ; COMPOSED by prefabricated modules , assembled directly on site ; READY MADE in each component , structures , and furnishing ; SUITABLE to different contexts and personal tastes, with different interior and exterior materials and finishes; LOW-COST , since it’s built up for 90% in the factory, it delete most on-site costs ; LOW-ENERGY consumption , due to its compact shape, horizontal and vertical overhangs and floor shade , which limit heat loss, energy consumption , solar radiation MODULAR in horizontal and vertical by attaching several “ CUBE “ each other by one of the 4 sides without openings ; ECO-FRIENDLY , retrieves green space and produces natural energy thanks to the roof -terrace -garden , accessible by the staircase, where are solar panels, photovoltaic panels, and rainwater accumulation .

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Federico Orsini

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Enrique Flores Acevedo

Mexico

Calli 1:1 is a Mexican Architectural Workshop dedicated to the academic practice and social responsible projects with design and building activity, founded by Alejandra Angeles and Enrique Flores. They studied at the Architecture School at UNAM, Mexico. Based in Mexico City, the practice has developed national and international projects in collaboration with other offices, being finalist at the 2010 Lisbon Architecture Triennale:

Nature House is a proposal about eco-socialresponsible house made by wooden prefabricated modules. Its accommodation will depend on culture, terrain and each particular circumstance that surrounds the house, in order to reduce energy consumptions; be social-responsible with the particular culture, and also be an eco-responsible alternative of construction.

A House in Luanda. All of our works have been developed in aim to respond in the most responsible way; therefore our method of working is highly participatory and encourages the multidisciplinary co-working.

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Andrey Shmatkov

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ZRP

ZRP ARCHITECTS

architects, designers and construction consultants

England

ZRP ARCHITECTS are an enthusiastic studio of Architects and Designers based in Clerkenwell,London, led by Director, Matthew Swinhoe and assisted by Alessandro Madau, Frazer Haviz, Zaeem Ahmed. Collectively, we have many years’ experience with projects of varying scale and budget.

THE SPLIT HOUSE was designed for the rural Hebrides, UK, where building affordable housing isdifficult due to the high cost of transporting materials and labour. Utilising a simple, regular shape, thehouse has been developed on a 10x9m grid with a basic 1m-module size, reorganized to create anarticulated, adaptable house. The grid has been modified to form three distinct volumes: A central service and circulation space is pulled through the grid, defining the principle entrance. The largest volume hosts the living room, kitchen and dining area and is internally articulated with a storagewall that contains a central fireplace. The remaining volume is the sleeping area, consisting of 2 bedrooms for 4 people.

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Eugenia De Pol

Italy

Nasce in provincia di Pordenone nel 1983. Nel 2011 si laurea in Architettura per la Sostenibilità allo IUAV di Venezia. Specializzata in architettura sostenibile, progetta edifici a basso impatto ambientale ed alte prestazioni energetiche.

La sua idea progettuale nasce al fine di ottenere un prodotto finale ecosostenibile, di design e che permetta una prefabbricazione semplice ed efficacie. Il progetto parte da un modulo di forma quadrata di 5,3 metri di lato che consente un elevato livello di personalizzazione utilizzando pochi basilari elementi standard ottimizzando i principi della prefabbricazione.Assemblando e disponendo a piacimento i moduli necessari è possibile ottenere un’infinità di soluzioni abitative. Si tratta di un sistema flessibile che garantisce una rilevante libertà di progettazione e realizzazione. Il progetto finale che ne deriva è un parallelepipedo, dalle linee strutturali pulite e minimali con struttura portante realizzata mediante il sistema costruttivo Xlam.

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Micaela Colella Maurizio Barberio

Italy

Micaela Colella and Maurizio Barberio got a Master’s Degree in Architectural Design in the 2014 from the Polytechnic of Bari with a thesis about the New High Speed Railway Station of Bari. In the same Department they collaborate with professors and researchers on a number of essays, projects and prototypes. Currently they have won a PhD scholarship from the Roma Tre University. Colella is focusing her research on the updating of prefabrication systems using natural materials.

“Unboxed” is the wooden transposition of the typical characters of the Mediterranean house, as a valid alternative to masonry or frame structure buildings.

Barberio is developing a research on the relationship between digital architecture and traditional fabrication.

The house is 100% recyclable. It is also completely removable - thus movable - thanks to an innovative foundation made of steel, which allows to reduce or eliminate the excavation. A low inclination roof on the top (5%) allows the installation of solar roof tiles (Tegosolar technology), capable of producing electricity and heat.

The high standardization of the modules and their total prefabrication, allow to study various solutions easily. This goal is achieved by splitting the building in several basic structural elements designed to be mounted with all the finishes and without thermal bridges.

The house has a clear division between the living and the sleeping area with a glazed corridor/ entrance in the middle: a journey in the nature, able to re-establish the contact with the surrounding environment (flow of time) at each passage.

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Durand Gaspard

France

I am an architect graduated on 2010 at the Ecole Nationale superieure d’Architecture deLyon in France. Two years before and after my diploma I worked in an agency in Lyon until 2013.

The competition Designing the future was an opportunity to work on a house designwithout constraints and think about my architecture point of view.

Andthen I left France and I went to United Arab Emirates for work as an project manager for an international agency.

The design of my project optimised the prefabrication and standardisation in order to obtain 16 different architectural organisation starting 4 basic elements to be able to adaptthe house for every site as a 4x4 house with 16 solutions of settle down.

That experience showed me the dark side of the international architecture and then Idecided to come back in Europe to try to work with true and quality. Now I manage my work as an friendly relationship with at the aim to stay true.

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Andrey Zerovnik

Slovenia

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Gonzalo Rodolfo Pena Zamalloa

Peru

My work is simple and tries to show one aspect of the culture of my city, the community. People from little towns all over Huancayo always worked together and worked the land. My people were so connected with the place that tried to live in harmony with nature. Rural is becoming urban and urban is growing with no control. Violence, mistrust and lack of identity spread quickly. I wanted to design houses that allows people to connect through visual contact when they stay in their social spaces. To make them virtually collective. The garden, the living room and dinner room are open spaces that promote light, sighting and sharing while other rooms become private and intimate places. All of them surrounded by light. I don`t intend to give them a strict sense of order but one that promotes sharing the land and at the same time fusing with the environment. Every configuration takes the shape of an S or an L.

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Carolina Naranjo Guerra

Spain

Architect (2012) of the School of Architecture of Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain University degree in architecture. Erasmus Master of Architecture, specializing in the theory of architectural design at the Universität für Architektur Liechtenstein. Among others, she has worked professionally for a company specializing in landscape design and wood (Gardendekor 88) as the firm exterior design company. Specializing in architecture and sustainable design, participating in various projects and competitions on the subject. Interesting embodiments; Care practices and organization of the second Biennale of Architecture, Art and Landscape in the Canary Islands. Among other; Selected ephemeral installation; R-flow for the event “Camminare l’Art” Environment and Creatività Paesaggio PAC (Environment and Landscape Creativity) (2012). Winning project “E2-between sea and land” at the “International Festival of Gardens Allariz” (2012). “We encourage ourselves and deepen the idea of creation, knowledge of design, architecture and nature as a whole. Want the art of bringing creative thinking to the construction of prefabricated structures, aiming to improve natural environment and to merge them with a creative method “The project is based on the idea of creating several prefabricated modules, flexible in their use, sustainable and with the wood as main material in the construction. A low ecological environmental footprint design, contemporary design, whose growing and aggregation is easy and possible. INVOD designs a type of single family house of 100m2, consisting of two module types. The first type module houses has the activities of the day, kitchen,

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lounge, study area (both professional and particular). Its distribution may vary according to the needs and taste of the client, thanks to its system of storage space and instalations. A strip (cabinet) along the house, makes possible the home design and that the different spaces can change its disposition. The second module, has the evening activities, with two bedrooms, consisting of the same storage system as the first one, toilets, lockers ... This module may be increased over time, adding two “night” modules to the house, forming a four bedroom house for a Multifamily family. The INVOD (modules), are formed by prefabricated pieces that are easily to assembled on the location. This allows us to assemble each module at the factory and improve the transportation system, achieving carry it to the destination by truck, almost finished and ready for assemble. They are easy aggregation and with structure and insulated panels made with wood. A sustainable housing in terms of heating plants and electricity storage system storm water thanks to its cover. Their arrangement is thought in terms of orientation, a closed complatamente north facade (minimizing energy loss), and a open south facade for intimate living spaces (terrace and garden). INVOD is designed with the goal of being the future of manufactured homes in wood.

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Alexander Chibinidze

Georgia

I am an architect Alexander Chubinidze. I was born in Georgia, in its capital – Tbilisi in 1985. Here I received secondary and higher educations. I studied at Tbilisi Apolon Kutateladze Academy of Art at the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning, which I graduated and received degree of master in architecture in 2005. I am invited lecturer at the same Academy. From 2013 up to present I am engaged in independent architectural practice. Sphere of my specialization is civil architecture, structured design and space modeling of environment. In the last period I began intensive study of wood structures, as at conceptual so at practical levels. I study joining of wood systems with materials of other types as from aesthetic, so from mechanical point of view.

Presented wooden modular house is designed for one family and is a structure consisted of assembling ready constructions. According to project conception it is possible to regenerate the house and to transform it according to climate conditions, wind and relief, as on the stage of projecting, so by other house owners. For example, it is possible to remove heating panels in summer and to use them for shadow etc. From above mentioned it could be said that any non-bearing construction of the house structure is loaded at least by two basic functions and their exploitation depends on house owners, and also there shall be noted that easy transformations do not require special knowledge and experience, presented transformations you can see on diagrams placed on planshet.

I am also very interested in mathematical and computer simulation principles of urban systems, in theory of transport and pedestrians flows, I also study bases of eco and energy-resistant architecture. As practician – architect I mostly work on projects and design of private, own houses. I am laureate of one local and one international architectural premium.

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Bennet Marburger

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Minh Dai Le

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FlorĂĄn Architecture

Spain

FlorĂĄn Architecture is a group of young architects based in Madrid, who offer a wide range of services for particulars as well as participating in international competitions, obtaining several prizes. We offer a wide range of solutions through an interdisciplinary approach, covering all design scales, from urbanism to architecture and design, including legal and technical consulting. We have also realized refurbishment works in existing houses achieving an attractive and contemporary result.

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KUBE3 is an innovative modular house system that maximizes Marlegno’s building elements based on prefabricated wooden panels. KUBE3 offers a new business line for Marlegno, achieving a modular, prefabricated, energy efficient and attractive result. Furthermore, KUBE3 will implicate customers in a whole new level, making the client a key part in the designing process.

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Bruno Tavares

Portugal

The architecture was born, for me, very early on as a passion, and is the result of a conscious school and academic route, based on very specific learnings, focused and reasoned.

The competition launched by Marlegno - Designing The Future gave me the opportunity to study the modular systems, wood construction and dry construction.

The city of Porto is my birthplace, brand strongly my school route and academic course, the deep knowledge of the city, the opportunity to intervene in their dynamic urban, the study their characteristic morphology, their spatial divergences and its architectural history allowed me to grow as an architect.

The proposed project aims to respond to the ideas launched by the contest, focusing mainly use systems and recurring materials in Portugal (parents I represent). The search for a strong, solid concept that can combine all the desired factors led me to equate four important points: theme, shape, skin and program. As a starting point i studied a Portuguese construction system - pombalina cage, it’s their modulation was interesting to apply in the project for the contest, as well as give expression to the project using cork in outer coat (Portuguese expansion material).

The professional practice seeks to reconcile and bridging the gap between course/academic study and real needs of the professional market. The desire to evolve as a professional boosted me a conduct a permanent search, continue to study, apply and develop ideas, to run experiments and searching for new solutions, being done on day-to-day, responding to tenders, experimental projects and personal researches.

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The answer to the main ideas results in the elaboration of a simple ecological module, built in wood and easy fitting, allowing you to tailor their form, having a dynamic language and giving respond to different programs.

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ARCHEM

Italy

ARCHEM nasce nel 2009 e ingloba competenze provenienti da diversi settori convogliandone l’energia in progetti innovativi: più esperienza e più competenze per garantire risultati eccellenti. L’azienda crea e realizza progetti e consiglia imprese e professionisti nelle loro attività, supportandoli in tutte le fasi, dal concept alla realizzazione con grande attenzione al dettaglio. ARCHEM collabora stabilmente con imprese nel settore delle grandi costruzioni e delle facciate, con aziende del mobile e del contract. Forte e consolidata è l’esperienza di ARCHEM con il legno dalla progettazione e realizzazione di opere come il MoVe Lissone (Museo Verticale) a Piroette, mobile di design frutto della duratura collaborazione con aziende di arredamenti e complementi d’arredo del distretto della Brianza.

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Come un girasole la MARHOUSE insegue la luce e si adatta al contesto naturale. L’orientamento alla vista e all’insolazione è uno dei temi generatori dell’edificio, che crea con il contesto un dialogo estetico ed energetico. Dal contenimento della volumetria e delle altezze dei fronti deriva l’inclinazione monofalda della copertura, che oltre a ridurre l’impatto visivo delle costruzioni nel contesto paesaggistico, “apre” con grandi vetrate la casa verso il sole e la vista, mantenendo il retro esposto a nord di superficie minima, con piccole aperture. La continuità interno/esterno, sia fisica sia visiva caratterizza tutti gli ambienti principali dell’abitazione. Grandi serramenti scorrevoli smaterializzano la parete a valle, creando spazi in continuità con la natura.

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inOrbis Antonio Bravo Ferrer Moreno Spain

inOrbis is a team of young architects who studied their degrees at Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Sevilla. All of us live in Seville although not all of us were born here. The components are: Antonio Bravo-Ferrer Moreno, Luis Losada Borrero, Carlos León Sánchez (born in Málaga) and Fabiola Muñoz Fustero.

Our project tries to resume the pre-fabrication to its minimum. From a small unit be able to build big houses. We’ve been inspired by Solarkit. We tried to use a simple unit that can be fulfilled with different elements and put together to conform a house. The unit have plenty of space to have structure and installations. The roof or the next floor are supported by the units.

Nowadays we work all together in inOrbis, which we decided to found on September 2013. This date was the beginning of inOrbis, but not of our work in common. We decided to try working for ourselves because, although we are all architects, we are specialized in different parts of it.

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Andrea Rossetti

Italy

Andrea Rossetti was born in 1980 in Motta di Livenza.

T – House: the right combination between 2 simple elements:

He’s an Architect, designer and traveler. Since graduating in Venice, he lived and worked in Barcelona, dealing with construction on hotels, healthcare and furniture design. In 2008 He found !COODi, his design firm; a cooperation of ideas and an open laboratory for the conception and application of projects in art and design.

The ‘BASE’, contain cooking and relaxing spaces. It’s a great open space focused on the living area with a huge open to above that give to the room a special feeling.

In 2012 he moved to Canada, where he worked for one of the most important interior design firm in Toronto, dealing in high rise building and luxury homes. International experiences, strong passion and attention to detail define his projects.

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The ‘SUSPENDED’, a cantilever box with the ‘sleeping’ area. It could be custom made by the client changing distribution plans, finish surfaces or roof shapes.

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Ali Andaji Garmaroodi Asal Rasouli

Iran

Ali Andaji Garmaroodi He holds a master of architecture from university of Tehran where since 2008 he is a guest lecturer and PhD candidate at faculty of architecture. He is chief executive of ContemporArchitectUrbanDesigners ltd (CAUD) which he cofounded in 2011. He won several competitions in the fields of architecture and urban design. Asal Rasouli Asal has a master degree of interior architecture from Art university of Terhan and a bachelor degree of architecture from Iran university of science and technology. She has been working in CAUD company since 2011 as a designer.

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The main concept is to divide a house to three functional and structural modules. The first module which is named Facilities includes entrance,Mbath and kitchen (maybe stores, utility room, stairs, ...), the second one is Living module and the last one is Resting module which includes bedrooms (there are two types of this modules). There is another semimodule which is different in structure and includes terraces. Each module is a 6m x 6m x 3m box which is supported by 30 cm width structural frames. Therefore the remaining area of any module is a 540 cm x 540 cm x 270 cm box. The various arrangement of these modules in linear format can make various types of housing in one or two floors.The main alternative includes 3 modules and 2 terrace modules at theMends. The area of this house is about 106 square meter.

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Andrea Di Mauro

Italy

Andrea Di Mauro è nato a Genova il 15 aprile 1968 e qui sta iniziando la propriaattività di architetto dopo aver lavorato in diversi studi professionali della sua cittàprima e dopo la laurea. È iscritto dal 2010 all’albo professionale degli architetti, pianifi catori, paesaggisti econservatori della provincia di Genova con il n° 3967. Ha conseguito l’esame di abilitazione alla professione di architetto nel maggio del2001. Si è laureato nel corso del 2000 presso la facoltà di architettura di Genova con lavotazione di 110/110, relatore il Prof. Arch E. D. Bona. La tesi era basata sul concorso di recupero dell’area dei Magazzini Generali diVerona “Subversive insertion”; per tale concorso, indetto dall’USA Institute, ha vinto una menzione speciale. Nel luglio del 2001 ha vinto il primo premio del concorso “Designer in cercad’autore” 2a edizione, indetto dalla rivista digitale Archimagazine con un progettodi lampada: “Satellite”.

tura e artificio” indetto dalla Seieffe Industrie s.r.l. con un progetto di libreria: “SigSfrido”. Nel maggio del 2002 il progetto della lampada “iPerbole” è stato selezionato alconcorso internazionale di design “Idee per la luce” indetto da Illuminotecnica s.r.l. e Ditre Group. Nel novembre del 2003 il progetto degli occhiali “Erasmo” è stato selezionato alconcorso internazionale di design “Opus Design Award 2003” indetto da Opus. Nel ottobre del 2011 ho vinto il premio per la foto più originale del concorsofotografico “Dalla fonte al rubinetto” indetto dalla fondazione A.M.G.A. e gruppoIren.

Nel dicembre del 2001 ha vinto il terzo premio del “3° concorso europeo per ilprogetto di una lampada in ferro battuto” indetto dalla azienda MM Lampadari conun progetto di lampada: “scamorza”. Nel dicembre del 2001 ha vinto il secondo premio del concorso nazionale didesign “La materia tra na-

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Stefano Fiore

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Claudio Dolci

Italy

Nato a Bergamo il 28 giugno del 1982, sono cresciuto a Sant’Omobono Terme in provincia di Bergamo dove risiedo tutt’ora. Mi sono diplomato all’Istituto Tecnico Statale per Geometri Giacomo Quarenghi (2001) di Bergamo, dove si è manifestata la mia propensione per le costruzioni e il calcolo statico. Decido dunque di conseguire la Laura in Ingegneria Edile-Architettura presso il Politecnico di Milano, polo di Lecco (2007), con tesi dal titolo: “Una corte residenziale a ridotto fabbisogno energetico”. Iscritto all’Albo degli Ingegneri della provincia di Bergamo (2012), ho maturato successivamente un’esperienza di lavoro, come direttore tecnico presso società di progettazione e produzione di strutture in legno (2012), con mansioni prevalente di dimensionamento strutturale e progettazione esecutiva delle strutture in incarico.

Nella fase provvisionale, di costruzione e trasporto, il comportamento statico dei moduli prefabbricati sarà a telaio, a struttura ultimata, si avrà invece un comportamento scatolare tipico delle costruzioni a pannelli. Con l’aggiunta di pannelli di copertura e di rivestimento a doghe, sempre standard, completiamo la costruzione, che potrà avere cosi molteplici composizioni planimetriche (basate su modulo da 1.25x1.25m) e anche diverse composizioni delle aperure e delle tessiture nei prospetti.

Attualmente mi occupo anche di calcolo e progettazione di strutture in acciaio medio-pesante che ben si coniugano a quelle in legno e qualche volta le sostituiscono. Il progetto nasce con l’obbiettivo di coniugare la standardizzazione degli elementi costruttivi con una libera composizione architettonica. Gli elementi base scelti, aventi dimensioni standard multiple di 1250mm, sono 2 pannelli tipo solaio e 4 tipo parete. Questi sono costituiti da un telaio in legno, con intagli per la giunzione tra di loro e per accogliere un pannello strutturale a strati incrociati spessore 60mm, una sorta di tipologia ibrida tra pareti a telaio e pareti a pannello x-lam.

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Felipe Lopèz Gonzàlez

Argentina

PROFESION 2013: Arquitecto Facultad de Arquitectura y Urbanismo de Mendoza - Universidad de Mendoza, Argentina. EXPERIENCIA LABORAL 2008: Dibujante técnico y proyectista en empresa de aire acondicionado TERMOSISTEMA. 2010 - 2014: Trabajos de proyecto para estudios de arquitectura tales como: TETRA Arquitectos. ZUMOFFEN Arquitectura. LEIVA Arquitecto Empresa MILLAN S.A., Supermercados ATOMO PERFIL PROFESIONAL Arquitecto proyectista en visualización de arquitectura.

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Vincenzo Cannizzo

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Gabriele Francesco Dalla Libera

Italy

Nasce e vive dal 1971 in provincia di Latina (Cori). Ha compiuto gli studi all’Università “La Sapienza” di Roma laureandosi in Architettura e abilitandosi alla professione. E’ iscritto all’albo dell’ Ordine degli Architetti di Latina al n. 830. Ha ricoperto vari incarichi per diverse aziende anche nel campo fotovoltaico e ha svolto attività di progettazione nel settore sia pubblico che privato creando vari arredamenti interni con la realizzazione di alcuni pezzi (tipo: porte). E’ stato impegnato nel settore calcistico e attualmente è appassionato di escursioni in mountain bike. Ha partecipato e partecipa tutt’ora a diversi concorsi di idee per l’Architettura e Design: in uno, “Metallo in luce”, è stato finalista per una lampada a led in ferro. Appassionato di letture e viaggi nel proprio settore lavorativo, spesso si diletta in nuove opere e creazioni che solitamente suscitano interesse ed apprezzamento.

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Il progetto della casa monofamiliare prefabbricata prevede principalmente l’utilizzo di un modulo 5x5 e del legno come materiale per il rivestimento esterno dei pannelli multistrato, pareti divisorie interne e porte scorrevoli e il lamellare per la parte strutturale, abbinato alla sostenibilità ambientale con l’utilizzo di fonti rinnovabili-come l’impianto solare fotovoltaico per l’energia elettricità, l’impianto solare termico per riscaldare l’acqua calda sanitaria, le gronde e discendenti per il recupero dell’acqua piovana -e con l’involucro edilizio -come il tetto ventilato, pannelli multistrato per le pareti, finestre con vetri a bassa emissività e persiane utilizzate come brise soleil -. L‘edificio è posizionato sulla collina della città di Cori in provincia di Latina. L’abitazione è suddivisa in due aree: una zona giorno composta da una veranda d’ingresso, un pranzo-soggiorno e una cucina e una zona notte composta da due camere da letto e due bagni con un piccolo corridoio.

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Marco Verze

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Alessandro Interlando

Italy

Alessandro Interlando graduated in Architecture in Florence in 2004 with a degree in Construction Technology on the reuse of an abandoned industrial area. Since 2004 he is a freelance and collaborates with professionals, both in Italy and abroad, in the field of design and construction management for residential and commercial buildings, in the field of interior design and restoration, developing a diverse and comprehensive portfolio and acquiring skills in various scales. Since 2008 he is also responsible for safety on building sites. It currently has its headquarters in Florence.

The submitted project is the brainchild of a simple volume, easily identifiable as HOME, oriented according to the optimal exposure for the internal and external environments, able to exploit and optimize the natural resources of light and ventilation, and employs low-impact materials energy. The outline of the building, with the pitched roof variously inclined depending on the context in which it is placed, in order to accommodate solar installations at maximum efficiency, large outdoor terraces and the insulation from the ground ensure optimum comfort for all year and a durability that is an added value of the project. The interior is divided in a canonical way, between the living area and sleeping area, while the window frames have large dimensions that allow excellent lighting and lighten the whole building. Technology is employed to achieve performance passive building, and is a further point strength of the project.

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Vladimir Perekrestov

Russia

Live and work in a big, bustling city in the South of Russia -Rostov-na-Donu. As ideas, I took the image of the houses of the Trulli in Alberobello. Trulli is a single-storey stone buildings of different size, rounded form, with a conical roof. Building these make a lasting impression, because look like houses some fantastic characters.

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Dmitry Fedchun

Russia

My name is Fedchun Dmitriy and i’m from Vladivostok, Russian Federation. I’m student in FEFU ( Far east federal university) in Vladivostok.

This project was developed as a tourist project residential house on sea coast. It is based on a modular system. Which consists of two frames and frame between them. The building can be prolonged by additional modules may apparatus of the second floor of the same modules. Dimensions of one module in the axes: 4.2 x 1.2 meters. On each side of the house should be at least three modules. Each module designed so that it may take one to the construction site directly from the factory. The central module is built on the site.

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Hamed Imam Eman

China

Education Background: B.Sc. Of Architectural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University – Egypt, 2009 Graduation Project Degree: Excellent (Interpretation for culture Node_ Opera House in Old Cairo) Graduated as an Architect at June 2009: • 5 years of engineering /Architectural study, 8 months each year, final graduation project. • Main subject was Architectural Design, Architectural Theories, and Urban Design. • Other Subjects: Working Drawings, Steel Structure, Concrete Structure, Landscape, Planning, Environmental Studies, Building Materials, Rural Development & Sustainable Studies. Working field : Yuanda Science and Technology Research institute- China : • R & D Division for Residential, Housing, Industrial and Commercial , Using Environmental Material as new approach for green architecture. ..Constructions materials and decoration materials research, analysis. ..Preparation for tender drawings and documents. ..analysis the housing and international building code requirements and specifications ..

Design Brief Description: Futurism Functionalism: Function as approach for future shaping and forming, Due to human augmentation and lack of resources to satisfy the human needs, as result have to move forward for mass production by using Sustainable prefabricated housing as solution, as well Due to complexity of housing equation as all over the history the housing Construction Equation stay the architecture Myth, so it couldn’t dealt with in single aspect , it must to be dealt with in multidirectional “Holistic approaches” Where the approaches is : • Shape follow function : By creating space which reflect the function of the space without hyperbole in geometrical for visual issues. ..Using SIP Prefabricated System: Structure insulated panel system ,By using Recycled Wood and recycled steel , which give advantage in site installation by decrease the installation time. . Using Solar panel for multi function beside it source for generate clean electricity it can be used as cladding panel to cover the wall

Co-ordinate with Consultants, owner & contractors on various technical aspects of project development. ..International Marketing analysis material cost and selling prices.

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Gianluca Coronato

Italy

Ho conseguito la Laurea presso l’Università Federico II di Napoli dopo un’intensa esperienza di un anno alla Bauhaus Universitat di Weimar; le prime collaborazioni lavorative iniziano nel 2002 per poi decidere nel 2008 di fondare l’attuale studio 13GC_architekt.

La Green Happiness ha come principale obiettivo il raggiungimento di un alto grado di sostenibilità ecologica ed ambientale, consistente nell’individuazione di soluzioni tecniche, attive e passive, più adatte ad ottimizzare l’utilizzo di fonti energetiche rinnovabili che consentano di conseguire un buon livello di confort ambientale interno. Questo ha condotto alla scelta esclusiva di materiali ecologici a riciclabili, e di tecniche costruttive che ottimizzano l’organizzazione del cantiere e che possano ridurre l’impatto in fase di realizzazione. La scelta è caduta su due elementi naturali: il legno e la vegetazione, che rispondono pienamente a quanto detto; tale scelta ha influenzato l’intervento a 360°, partendo dall’involucro architettonico per arrivare alla conformazione dello spazio interno in una sorta di GREEN HAPPINESS!

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Nicola Pegolo

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Jassem Albannai

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Fabio Provenza

Italy

Graduated on April 6th 2005 at the University of Palermo, Faculty of Architecture(110/110). Registered in the Register of Trapani Architects at No. 1210. Professional study in Alcamo, Sicily, Corso VI Aprile 315, from 2009. Interests: Architectural Design, Architectural Restoration, Ecological Design, Indoor and Outdoor Design. http://europaconcorsi.com/authors/2144681057Fabio-Provenza

Brief description of project: “Tradition and Modernity�. In the present era the man is projected towards atopy, toward a world without places,toward an area that is losing its identity and its relationship with the environment. At that time the search for the Genius Loci, as a historical-cultural environment of an areathat also knows how to look to the future in order to better Living in Key Sustainability, is the reason to find the identity of places. The court as a historical tradition in the area: the baglio. Structure: repetition of elements trilitici (seriality and prefabrication). Base, columnsarchitrave, roof (idea from the nearby Temple of Segesta). Orientation, PV, Rainwater, ventilated roof, wooden frame, are sustainable choices.

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Michele Bollini

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Matteo Calvi

Italy

Graduated in Building Architecture from Politecnico di Milano University in 1997.

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He is headquartered in Bergamo and Parma (Italy). Has been working as free-lance Architect since 1998, and has a record of significant developments in residential homes, Health Care buildings, civil infrastructures and commercial buildings. He has specialized in the design of energy-efficient buildings and energy-saving retrofit of present buildings. Matteo is partner of the One Building project in partnership with civil engineers and energy service companies.

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The project is about a 102 m2 residential building. The building is designed to comply with the EU class “A� rating, the highest energy standard in the EU. The home is planned to be energy-self-sufficient in OFF_GRID mode, providing its energy needs from renewable energy sources available locally (wind, solar, mini-hydro) and storage in lead-gel nomaintenance batteries. The smart use of sun screens, thermal isolating material and reflective coatings allows for little or no use of air conditioning in hot climates and the maximum use of free solar radiation energy in cold weathers. The construction is planned to be fast-and-easy by employing locally available unskilled manpower. All walls are designed on multiples of the standard size of the isolation panels (62,5 cm). The building is planned to be adapted to virtually any climate providing shelter and comfort by adapting the tilt of the roof and the building orientation on the ground.

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Susi Domeniconi

Italy

Nata a Rimini il 13/08/1973, sono residente a Santarcangelo di Romagna (RN); laureata presso lafacoltà di Architettura di Firenze, esercito la libera professione di Architetto dal 2003 con studiotecnico in Rimini. Lavori svolti: collaborazioni con alcuni studi della Provincia di Rimini; progetto preliminare ottovillette a schiera Comune di Monte Grimano Terme (PU); progetto otto villette a schiera e palazzinain linea nel Comune di Bellaria–Igea Marina (RN); adeguamento sismico capannoni industrialipresso Bologna.

Il progetto ha cercato di rappresentare, attraverso l’uso di linee semplici e moderne, un prodottoinnovativo; caratterizzato da due livelli fuori terra che disegnano uno spazio interno a doppiovolume. La copertura curva definisce l’idea di involucro qual è la casa.

Docente di disegno geometrico scuola media secondaria di secondo grado edocente di Tecnologia scuola media secondaria di primo grado nella provincia di Rimini.

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Eustoquio Gutiérrez Duarte

Spain

I am an architect with practical experience in Spain and the UK. I am carrying outresearch for my PhD on the Urban regeneration of deprived areas while working freelance inLondon and Brighton. In between working and studying I enjoy designing projects for competitions in orderto stretch my imagination. I won First Prize in a project for the New Sports City of “Real Betis Balompié” Football Club, in collaboration with an Architecture Studio in Seville. My fascination for architecture is continually increasing. My experience and knowledge allows me to research projects in depth as well as finding out new ideas and techniques to achieve better results. The location is the “Costa de la Luz”, home to a unique sand dune landscape. These houses try to imitate the cabins that are common to the nearby national park.

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These modular houses are built with natural materials and recycled elements: From the timber structure to the roofs, walls, and flooring. People who want to build their houses can choose how many modules they would like to have and what kind of spaces they want to create. You can assemble them and personalise or expand the houses. Furthermore, there is a smooth transition between outdoor and indoor spaces. The modules have huge sliding windows in order to feel closer to nature. When the house is not occupied, the terraces can close in like shutters. There is a terrace+vegetable garden+water deposit+solarium. The idea is that people who live here can grow their own food which is irrigated with the water from the roof and utilities. There is a deposit under the sloping terrace. Moreover, this terrace can be used for sunbathing.

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Domenico e Daniele Sergi

Italy

Daniele Sergi Born in Naples (NA) on 07.02.88, resident at Caprino Bergamasco (BG). 09.07.07 Surveyor school Diploma at I.I.S. “G. Bovara” of Lecco. 28.04.14 MSc degree in Building Engineering and Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano. From 01.12.12 to 31.04.14 worked for “Engineering and Construction” S.r.l. in Monte Marenzo (LC). In search of employment. Domenico Sergi Born in Naples (NA) on 08.21.84, resident at Caprino Bergamasco (BG). 03.07.03 Surveyor school Diploma at I.I.S. “G. Bovara” of Lecco. 22.09.08 degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano. 28.04.14 MSc degree in Building Engineering and Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano. From 31.10.06 employee R.F.I. with the role of Chief Technical Infrastructure. Our challenge is to define an innovative modular building system which, for its practicality, can be used without limitations, for ensuring the greatest possible freedom of expression to the design, without sacrificing the “standardization.”

The idea is free from constraints or schematic compositions and lends itself to a multitude of possible variations and modifications: structure, partitions, shutters, windows, details, up to the size of the module. In the HSS, Housing System Solution, the residences are characterized by various cuts of environmental units, satisfying the different requests from the users due to the composition, both horizontal and vertical, of pre-assembled modules in the factory and then easily transported, installed and finished on site. The system is composed of a predetermined number of module variations, on the basis of the functions that they will assume inside the cutting of the accommodation. The material chosen for the prefabricated modules is the X - Lam: The simple panel forms the basis of a complex three-dimensional supporting structure. The system allows you to bring in the yard a finished and complete element, provided with the closures and all the necessary internal partitions, doors and windows, electrical systems, water, air-conditioning and gas distribution, as well as all those components for kitchen and bathroom. The outer casing is added once the modules have been placed in work so as to completely eliminate the discontinuity and thermal bridges due to connections.

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Enrico M. Zanetti Salvatore Scordo

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Milan, first of all, has related Enrico Zanetti and Salvatore Scordo graduated in 2014 at the Polytechnic in interior design with a redevelopment project for ex Bassi hospital area in Milan.

The BLOCK23 solution proposed housing types composed by the combination of two modular boxes using self-supporting structural proprieties of crosslam wood panels.

The collaboration has continued in the project Block23 which aims to put into practice a design method that is based on use of basic set-up systems and at the same time is attentive to the process of standardization in order to attain focused project interventions, in compliance with context’s details and end users.

This procedure allows to standardize the sizing of the individual components and permit the construction of different house’s layouts. The interior partitions, freely configured, are secured with the architectural box, so secondary walls can reduce the span of modules and contribute to the complete stability of the primary structure. The alternation of pitched roofs realized with prepatinated metal and the emphasize uprightness of windows give to the houses a contemporary appearance and, at the same time, those formal qualities well-integrate with the established building types in northern Italy Plain context.

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Antonio Gargallo

Italy

Born in Manfredonia (Foggia) in 1987, he graduated with honors in 2012 at the University “G. d’Annunzio” of Pescara, with a thesis entitled “Structural and functional improvement of buildings for social housing” . He worked with several engineering and architecture firms and participated in national and international competitions such as “Instant House Social Club”. He currently lives in Italy and works as architect for engineering sector of “ADTM srl “.

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The idea have as a starting point the “module”, a single-strand block. Functionally, the volumes have a size always different: this precise hierarchy enlivens the space in three dimensions, to the benefit of the aesthetic appearance. The conformation of plan and section obtained, properly exposed, respects the principles of bioclimatic architecture. The structure, finally, consists of plywood panels (socalled X-Lam), easy processing and fully optimized for the prefabrication.

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Vladimir Abrasimov

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Jarkko Poikela

Finland

I am an architect and a building restoration and environmental designer from Oulu, Finland. I graduated from “Art and Craft School of Oulu” in 2002 and “University of Oulu Department of Architecture”, one of the northern architecture schools in the world, in 2012. My specialization is architectural design and restoration of our traditional old wood houses.

UNDER THE ROOF “Under the roof” is a project designed for Finnish arctic environment, following three important traditional principles: 1 a healthy strong roof 2 the separation between house and sauna 3 long sunlight and snowrain exposure protection. The use of wood for the structure and the envelope and the steel for the roof create a contrast and dialogue between tradition and contemporary. The roof shape recalls the traditional house typology and it covers whole house from rain, wind and straight sunlight. A “winter garden” connect living area from sauna as an intimate relaxing space for body and soul. The house is thought to be flexible. It is made with prefabricated wooden insulated elements and stainless steel panels. The plan can be flipped according to orientation without changing the main structure or it can be reduced or extended and repeated in series. The only limits the house has are related to the modules dimensions keeping the idea of being always UNDER THE ROOF.

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Nicola Parisi

Italy

Nicola Parisi, Bitonto (Bari), 1977. Ricercatore e professore in Progettazione Architettonica presso il Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile ed Architettura del Politecnico di Bari. Svolge ricerca scientifica e professionale nel settore della progettazione architettonica da circa dieci anni. E’ stato invitato in numerose occasioni ad esporre i suoi lavori sull’architettura ottomana all’estero anche con mostre personali ad Istanbul ed Edirne.

Il progetto presentato è un risultato condiviso in due laboratori di progetto a cui hanno partecipato: G.Birardi, F. Inchingolo, E. Campobasso, P. De Pasquale, R. Gadaleta, C. Lorusso per il sistema di copertura; M.Gravina, E. Laudone, M. L. Leo, M. Montarule, M. Montrone, N. Pavone per il sistema murario.

Ha partecipato a numerosi progetti di ricerca nazionali ed internazionali sul tema dell’aggiornamento contemporaneo dell’abitazione mediterranea con particolare riguardo ai temi della sostenibilità. Fondatore e coordinatore del SELF MADE ARCHITECTURE promuove iniziative e ricerche sui temi dell’aggiornamento tecnico nel campo dell’autocostruzione.

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Massimo Busnelli

Italy

I was born in Monza on the 25.01.1968 and I live in Meda (MB). I graduated in Architecture in 1994 and for nearly twenty years I’ve been working in a design studio in Lissone (MB) where I work mainly in construction. I participated in several competitions of architecture and graphic design and I have dealt with custommade furnishings for shops and apartments in Italy and abroad. Some of my interior design projects have been published in Di Baio Editore magazines.

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The project’s main objective is to ensure a high degree of flexibility and customization of the project, although there’s a limited number of building modules; this objective has been achieved with both a specific study of the geometrical and dimensional characteristics of the components and their assembly, and in the decision to propose a “raw” system in order to allow the end user to be able to choose with great freedom the external and internal finishes.

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Giuseppe Mosca

Italy

I have a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering section building at the University of Naples Federico II in 1992, the city where I passed at university perhaps a bit ‘long, I inscribed the first year in 1984 allowing me to refine my cultural background. I have done my professional career in my home town of Castel di Sangro (AQ) where I have not had a chance to emerge professionally, perhaps because of social issues, I’ve always lived in my country doing over the last few years of teaching precariously close to activities professional research. Wood is an excellent building material the study of static and dynamic wooden structures, the calculation of the unions and the steel connections, the architectural design of structures in laminated wooden chalets, the study of new building systems, the calculation of buildings in XLAM are one of the best branches of engineering culture. My design, simple wooden houses in functional architecturally, wants to highlight the benefits of prefabrication reduction of the time of manufacture and assembly of the wooden elements in order to minimize production costs; the houses are built with XLAM panels, each wall is composed of three panels of height 1 m lower and the upper have a length of 420 cm with module M of 60-70 cm, the design is of modular mesh of side 420 cm in so as to have all the same panels that intersect in corners, the size of the intermediate panel to meet architectural requirements such as the provision of the openings multiple of the modular dimension M.

and made the living area on the ground floor and the bedroom on the first floor. You enter through a housing duplex porch with wooden pillars and tiled floor, while the upper floor is reached by a ladder at an angle that develops on the side wall is also made of wood. On the mezzanine floor there is a dining room, a living room and a dining room with a toilet to avoid people for the normal functions of hygiene should go upstairs. The sleeping area consists of two bedrooms and a single bedroom with a bathroom large enough in which is located the washing machine with a balcony where you can relax and hang out the washing. The roof is hipped with a four-pitch roofshaped diamond with a roof covering of clay roof tiles or slate. The plant consists of a modular grid of 420 cm to the side which competes in the form of 70 cm that is perfectly suited to industrial prefabrication; you can design houses or mountain chalet in wood using the same mesh modular articulating the modular layout of the building on the shirts. The architectural design is extremely functional with little loss of space for corridors except for the staircase, clearly more simple and functional for houses with a plan.

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Francesco Benfante

Italy

Progetto di Abitazioni in Legno ad 1 piano su 3 schemi di montaggio con possibilità di ampliamento ed aggregazione in linea, basato su un modulo di cm.60: Elemento base: un vano in continuità con un porticato, coperti da una volta ribassata per ospitare le funzioni della zona giorno; un corpo adiacente con camera da letto, disimpegno e servizio per complessivi mq.78 lordi compreso il porticato Montaggio: aperto, chiuso, inverso. Ampliamento: Composto da camera da letto, disimpegno e servizio; può essere aggiunto “n” volte su tutti i tipi di montaggio senza perdita o sostituzione di elementi. Aggregazione: I lati ciechi delle camere da letto consentono lo sviluppo di un modello aggregativo in linea. Materiali e sistema costruttivo: Si basano sul catalogo della ditta che propone il bando. Il fronte chiuso del porticato è rivestito con moduli in cotto; la copertura è ventilata con manto in rame.

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Luca Ariedi Veronica Tonon

Italy

Luca Ariedi, he graduated in Architectural Science in 2009 from the University IUAV of Venice. He continued his studies in Architecture and the City with a thesis on eco-tourism and sustainable paths. He collaborates with architects, engineering and landscape firm in Treviso and Venice.

Veronica Tonon, she graduated as a Technical Expert for Tourism in 2008 in Treviso. She has worked for companies in the field of foreign communications and logistics. Currently, she involved in CADCAM technology, three-dimensional scans, laboratory and logistics at a surgical dental practice.

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The single family home project is developed in Venice, more precisely in Caorle lagoon. The design of the House is the modern revival of the “CASONI” lagoon; historical buildings with wooden interlocking structure and a coverage in marshy reeds. The “CASONE” is the typical house of the fishermen in Caorle lagoon, as much beloved by Ernest Hemingway to mention them in the novel “across the river and into the trees”. These are examples of historical architecture, characterised by a special simplicity design and, at the same time, by rustic features and especially with the use of construction materials taken directly from the lagoon environment and placed under primary processing. From the origin, which can be traced back to the Neolithic, the Casoni were used for permanent habitation of families engaged in fishing activities. The characteristic that distinguishes them is the coverage that extends to the ground, creating continuity between the roof and the exterior walls.

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Paolo Belluomini

Italy

Sono Paolo Belluomini, un giovane neolaureato in architettura presso l’università Iuav di Venezia. Le mie prime esperienze lavorative sono state le seguenti: - stage di 6 mesi presso il gruppo Coin di Venezia - stage presso studi di ingegneria - esperienza lavorativa presso Impresa di Costruzioni di Verona - esperienza lavorativa attuale presso un’impresa edile di Mantova Valutando i miei primi approcci presso gli studi di ingegneria, mi sono reso conto ad esempio che non era di alcun interesse per il titolare la crescita professionale dell’aspirante collaboratore, stagista, tirocinante e tutti quei modi inventati per chiamare un giovane neolaureato, che si affaccia al mondo del lavoro. In genere al tirocinante veniva richiesto di preparare il 1“disegnino” utilizzando autocad e altri software, il punto di partenza e di arrivo sono gestiti dal professionista senza che il 2“povero malcapitato” abbia modo di conoscere le effettive dinamiche progettuali. 1 Termine ironico e riduttivo 2 Non siamo ne poveri ne malcapitati 3 Da dove si parte e dove si vuole arrivare La crescita professionale credo debba coincidere anche con il lavoro che si sta svolgendo (oltre che come interesse proprio).

Il concetto del progetto è focalizzato sull’integrazione tra un sistema prefabbricato composto da pannellature in legno, con sistemi impiantistici idonei ad ottenere un risparmio energetico notevole. Il tutto è stato assemblato partendo da moduli di base semplici ed affiancabili tra loro. Alloggi di diverse forme architettoniche ma con la stessa metratura di 100 mq. I moduli creano diversi fronti architettonici in base al loro posizionamento. I moduli affiancati creano un ulteriore unità a blocco utilizzando completamente la superficie a disposizione. L’attenzione verso sistemi impiantistici fotovoltaici pannelli solari e di recupero dell’acqua piovana, permettono all’edificio di raggiungere una percentuale del 40% di energia consumata in meno.

Il concetto del non conoscere ne il 3punto di partenza ne quello di arrivo, si è verificato anche nell’esperienza lavorativa presso il gruppo Coin che comunque è stata molto stimolante per il fatto di addentrarmi nell’ambito della progettazione dei negozi.

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Sara Ferri

Italy

Ingegnere edile ed architetto, opero nel campo della progettazione architettonica dal 2010, anno di conseguimento del titolo di laurea. Libero professionista e collaboratore di uno studio di progettazione di Lugano, svolgo la mia attività prevalentemente tra Milano e Como.

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Il Progetto _ nasce dalla combinazione di richieste tecniche, quale la prefabbricazione in legno, e consapevolezze progettuali nel campo della sostenibilità energetica. La divisione di una superficie standard di 10*10 in 16 moduli nasce dalla necessità di regolarità tipica della prefabbricazione, a sua volta superata attraverso il raggruppamento dei moduli in “stanze”, combinabili in molteplici soluzioni. Partendo dalle “stanze” si ottengono pertanto architetture semplici o complesse, compatte o articolate, ognuna in grado di rispondere a specifiche esigenze progettuali. Non un’unica soluzione quindi, ma un corretto approccio che rende la prefabbricazione veicolo di unicità architettonica e compositiva.

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Germano Schillaci

Italy

Dopo aver conseguito la laurea in Architettura all’ Università degli Studi di Catania - Facoltà diArchitettura di Siracusa, ho conseguito un master di II livello in “Architettura Bioecologica eTecnologie Sostenibili per l’Ambiente” presso l’Università di Roma “La Sapienza” - Prima Facoltà diArchitettura Ludovico Quaroni.

Il progetto CA100 punta a sfruttare tutte le potenzialità della standardizzazione connesse all’usosapiente del legno strutturale. Grazie alla prefabbricazione di quattro moduli, si ha la possibilità disviluppare tre differenti configurazioni di casa. Ciascuna di essa ha una superficie di 100mq, pensate per un singolo nucleo familiare. La possibilità di prefabbricare ogni singolo modulo garantisce una maggiore velocità nelle operazioni di montaggio e una conseguente riduzione delle spese. Gli impianti stessi sono preinstallati all’interno di ogni singolo modulo. Oltre alla standardizzazione, però, vi è anche spazio per la personalizzazione. Ogni acquirente ha la possibilità di scegliere le finiture, sia interne che esterne. Le tre soluzioni sono sapientementeconfigurate per sfruttare al meglio l’esposizione solare. Il blocco living-kitchen è sempre esposto asud per garantire la presenza di luce naturale per tutto l’arco della giornata. Al di sopra è presenteun frangisole ligneo fisso che permette alla luce di entrare nei mesi invernali (per sfruttare lamassa termica del pavimento), mentre la blocca durante i mesi estivi. L’elemento cucina e il bloccobagno sono esposti a nord.

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Nicola Paolicchi Maria T. Claur Hernandez

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Nicola Paolicchi (Pisa, 08.02.1977), architect with a passion for art and cinema. After graduating in architecture with top marks from the University of Florence in 2004, focuses his activity on architectural design, urban design and interior architecture. Maria Teresa Claur Hernandez (Tarragona, 21.06.1975), architect with a passion for handmade design and languages. After graduating in architecture with top marks from the University of Florence in 2005, focuses his activity on architectural design and landscape design. The studio conducting planning and research in the fields of architecture and the refurbishment for a sustainable development of the cities. The architecture office is based in San Giuliano Terme (Pi), Italy, offers integrated services for architecture and building design, interior design, retail design, and is often involved in international design contests. The house is a compact construction highly insulated and constituted by wooden modular elements, capable of ensuring adequate comforts levels throughout the year in the hot and cold european weather. This has been made possible by the combination of new technologies with energy saving passive strategies. The single house, consisting of two living boxes in which is located the living zone and the sleeping zone. The external architectural image reflect a minimalist style and the functional characterization of the internal space divide into two zones. The living-dining area module can be used for all moments of life, directly connected with the

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exterior space and the garden thanks to large glazed opening. The sleeping module separated by the aisle element, incorporate the three bedrooms and services area (bathroom, laundry). The interior space has been designed to provide maximum functionality and efficiency. Even the forniture has been designed to make the spaces more usable, becoming a fundamental element of the internal functionality of the home. The study of the building floor plan allows you to locate multiple living spaces both indoors and outdoors, inside spatial distribution has been planned in strict succession, where a sequenze opening and closures offering privileged views of the garden. The project’s theme are the spaces of the everyday life, and the possibility to realize different homes using the same base modules, enriched with additional elements such as swimming-pool, pergola, parking. The idea of modularity allows to personalize the buildings with regards to dimensions, colors and materials. We propose five additional housing solutions derived from the use of the two base modules. The homes are designed with a focus on creating a wide range of living solutions capable of being adapted to meet the varying needs of a broad and diverse audience. Through extensive research and design, the modularization provides a full line of houses to fit different uses, be it a solitary residence, weekend home, or full-family house. Through a focus on modular living units, houses are fully customizable to meet functional requirements of different locations and climates, and the specific needs of different households. Homes are easily expandable and transformed, allowing the modular homes to grow and adapt to its residents.

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Andrea Pella

Italy

Nato a Domodossola nel 1982 si laurea presso la Facoltà di Architettura del Politecnico di Milano. Durante gli studi universitari affronta i temi della Progettazione Architettonica nelle rispettive e molteplici forme ed interpretazioni, sempre alla ricerca del giusto equilibrio fra Architettura e Design.

con semplici operazioni, è il reale contenimento dei costi finali di realizzazione. L’adozione di soluzione impiantistiche finalizzate all’autonomia energetica sono il complemento necessario ed opportuno per l’indispensabile riduzione dei costi di gestione che costituiranno la problematica costante nel futuro.

Attento ai discorsi legati ai temi dell’ecosostenibilità, risparmio energetico ed utilizzo di materiali tecnologici innovativi, applica le sue conoscenze alla professione a seguito dell’ottenimento dell’abilitazione all’esercizio professionale nel 2008. Partecipa a concorsi di Architettura a livello Nazionale ed Internazionale affiancando la sua attività allacontinua ricerca e studio nel campo dell’Architettura. “Se si vuole contribuire al benessere del mondo bisogna cominciare dalla propria casa” (Mahatma Gandhi) Lo stato di equilibrio tra risorse di produzione e risorse naturali del sistema economico conparticolare attenzione all’equità di accesso a queste ultime a favore delle generazioni successivedovrebbe essere, è stato, il pensiero ispiratore di ecoHouse. La prefabbricazione sia dei moduli strutturali sia degli elementi esterni verticali e di copertura del manufatto consente la flessibilità dimensionale del prodotto. L’ottimizzazione della prefabbricazione, ottenuta con realizzazione in laboratorio di elementi perfettamente isolati ed impermeabilizzati e contenenti gli impianti necessari, da raccordare in posa

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Damiano Zurlo

Italy

Moved from south of Italy to Turin, after my surveyor diploma, I’ve chosen my destiny: architectural engineering, and I found in Polytechnic of Turin all the needs ended in a 110/110 final master degree when I was 24 years old. During my experience at Istanbul Technical University I’ve improved a lot all the proficiency related to the energy application and solar study of buildings, BIM modeling and dynamic energy analysis. After words, back from Turkey, I did a Second Level Specializing Master RIDEF in Polytechnic of Milan, focalized on Renewable application, Decentralization of energy demand, and Energy Efficiency technologies. Until now, I’ve populated my CV with lot of professional certification and extracourse(s) because I like a lot to study and to be continuously ready and informed about the professional knowledge and tendency. As a BIM specialist, during last 2-3 years, I spent mostly my work (and study) time on BIM modeling for MEP1 systems and special systems2 application.

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bim application for prefabricated wood house The building information model (BIM) in this case, is a parametric 3D model that is related with a specific database that represents indeed the heart of the difference between traditional (CAD) and suggested BIM method. This database, interrogated and exploited, saves time from the design and production point of view, eliminating any type of error that can be nested in the management of interference, in the analysis and estimating data, in the phases of assembly, building commissioning, O&M, etc. In this case, the proposed wooden BIM model attends specific parameters that control each stage of production and construction phase according to specific energy requirements, interference analysis or spatial dimension needs. The real goal is to design and build the wooden connection and prefabricated assembly by contemplating simultaneously the multidisciplinary of architectural, structure and MEP system model.

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Luca Pastore

Italy

Luca Pastore, italiano classe 1988, residente in provincia di Padova. Laurea triennale in architettura alla facoltà IUAV di Venezia, ha frequentato la scuola superiore di geometri G.B. Belzoni a Padova. Ha partecipato a diversi tirocini in ambito architettura e logistica. Attualmente si trova in Nuova Zelanda per un’anno di esperienza all’estero.

Villetta assemblata con moduli prefabbricati in legno. Alla base di questa idea di prefabbricazione c’è l’attenta progettazione. L’architetto dovrà utilizzare moduli standard (120/60cm) agevolando la fase di produzione e trasporto, ma potranno essere costruiti anche alcuni moduli personalizzati. I moduli verranno poi incastrati tra loro e su binari in lamiera sagomata. L’edificio sarà poi ultimato con lavori fatti in opera come il rivestimento esterno, pavimenti, e impianti (che possono essere inseriti direttamente in fase di prefabbricazione). L’edificio così costruito risulterà economico, ecosostenibile e con tempi nella realizzazione ridotti.

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Michal Prusek

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Niccolò Lanza Valeria Conicella Matteo Lanza Italy

TEAM PRESENTATION Niccolò Lanza & Valeria Conicella Architects, born in 1985, living and working in Biella (BI), Italy.

The project refers to the barns architecture, typical of mountain landscapes and characterized by a simple and regular structure.

Registered to the Architects Association since 2012. From 2004 to 2010 they attended the Faculty of Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Torino, where they graduated with honors, thesis in Architectural Design.

The internal distribution is organized on different levels (as in barns), in order to group together, in a single volume, all the housing functions.

Matteo Lanza Engineer, born in 1975, lives and works in Biella (BI), Italy. Registered to the Engineers Association since 2001. From 1994 to 2000 he attended the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Torino, where he graduated with honors, thesis in Geotechnical Engineering. After different training and working experiences, in 2013 they combine their backgrounds to undertake a joint activity; various skills in the construction field have been an opportunity to grow together professionally and, at the same time, offering the market a complete system of project management, ranging from architectural and structural design to graphic and interior design.

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The living room is double height, with a library loft, overlooking kitchen and dining area, and a fireplace stove right in the middle. From the living room a staircase leads first to a bathroom and then to the sleeping area, which includes two double bedrooms and a second bathroom. The building structure is composed entirely of prefabricated elements: - roof trusses and glulam pillars as framework - prefabricated wooden panels and x-lam floors as closure systems These panels are organized in modules with a size of 200x125 (module) and 100x125 (half module) cmt. Doors, windows, openings and part of the facade cladding follow this approach and can be manufactured in different forms by adding or subtracting modules.

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Gaspar Srabionyan

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Maria Lòpez Ferrero

Spain

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Hristina Stoyanova Andreeva

Italy

Hristina Stoyanova Andreeva was born in Sofia, she graduated as architect in Bulgaria, since 1991 lives and works as architect in Rome. In 2001 she graduated at the University of Architecture, La Sapienza University in Rome. From 1991 to 2001 she worked as a project leader of the study Delogu Lixi Architteti Associated with major projects which takes place in Italy and abroad. From 2001 to 2014 she worked as a freelance architect and collaborated with various Italian Studies.

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CUBE HOUSE: one cube structure, different possibilities in the plant, space and facades, chosen by the resident. The house is with modular structure easily mountable, fully autonomous energy-saving ecofriendly.

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Moreno Casetto

Italy

Arch. Moreno Casetto (born 22th October 1987 in Melzo, MI), master graduated at Politecnico di Milano in 2012. Since 2009, after the bachelor degree, he started working in Milan with several architectural firms in the residential field. Arch. Claudia Praderio (born 15th July 1987 in Gallarate, VA) graduated at Politecnico di Milano in 2012 with a master thesis on flexible preassembled structures for archeological excavation’s site protection based on BIM modeling. After the graduation started a collaboration with an architectural firm in the residential field.

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The project’s aim is to create modular, factory pre-assembled architectures, that assure high customization features without neglecting a conscious design that takes into account the context in which it is inserted. To achieve the objectives we designed a module (5x2.5x 3.2m) able to guarantee, thanks to the ratio between the sides, a great variety of possible combinations by realizing protrusions and excavations to ensure not only a high degree of customization, but also a correct design in relation to the surrounding environment. The module guarantee the possibility of a series production because they are made from panels of standard size and the pre-assembly at the factory because the intended dimensions allow the road transport of more pre-assembled modules without having to resort to exceptional transport, reducing costs and streamlining the operations. His regular section also allows a very easy final assembly on site, reducing a lot the time and the costs of construction.

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Tomas Meghi

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Load Design

Italy

We are two engineers based in Perugia-Italy. We graduated in 2012 in Civil Engineering and Architecture at the University of Perugia. We have always worked together with local offices for national and international competitions since before our graduation. We shared our master thesis work at Cuny University–New York City, which focused on energy saving and green architecture and it is currently the main subject of an international publication. After having participated in internships at International offices in Genoa, Paris, Brussels and Perugia, we are making our first realization in Helsinki signed LOADdesign. Reliability, versatility, passion, and responsibility are the key words for our team.

Our project aims to demonstrate the versatility of wood as a material adapting to different climatic conditions when inserted in a well-designed building. The Building, located in southern Italy, has adjustable shielding and a flattened roof; 100sqm area and centrally located living area. All the Rooms are overlooking South and they have small windows to the north for: heat loss minimization, solar gain maximization to the south in the winter, minimize overheating with brisesoleil during the summer and natural ventilation encouragement. Precautions related to energy conservation are taken and the roof is designed to accommodate solar panels for total energy needs. Our project emphasizes the possibility of different housing configurations starting from equal basic panels assembled in various ways. They are dimensioned to reduce overhead and designed with regards to transportation. All panels in fact fit in a single truck, reducing costs and CO2 emissions.

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Giulia De Francesco

Italy

I’m a young italian architect, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Rome. I’ve been leaving and studying abroad for several monthes, learning how to settle down and move over in close periods Thanks to many trips (Spain, Portugal, South Korea, Brazil) I had the opportunity to learn new approaches and design systems.

My final project has been the result of a search for three months in Brazil to study the issue of informal settlements. The dwelling i present for Marlegno’s competition is a part of the idea of my final project: designing a new settlement stimulating and involving people for its costruction.

Wooden structure will be closed through sandwichpackages made of OSB, finally covered with scrap wood (sidings with length smaller than 2.5m. This length is too short to be appropriate for the selling). The closure panels will arrive in the construction-site already finished, as well as the individual panels that will form the supporting structure. The user must assemble the structure around the bath-unit and provide for the finalization of the accommodations with the OSB sandwich-packages. The roof will be flat, with wooden structure covered with sheet metal.

Today, I am looking for a job that makes me travel and I learn new things every day...exactly what i did in the last years!! The accommodation has been designed to be built according to the processes of self-construction. In fact, the prototype has been designed for disadvantaged communities in Brazil and specifically in Porto Alegre. The dwelling is made of a mixed structure: wood and brickwork. In fact, the bath-unit is made of bricks and will be managed by the municipality. Only after that all of thebath-unit have been made, the stakeholderd can proceed to the construction of the rest of the dwelling and then the settlement. The wooden part, follows the model of the PLATFORM SYSTEM.

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Carolina Corte

Italy

Mi chiamo Carolina Corte, ho 27 anni, vengo da Genova e sono laureata in Architettura. Nel mio quarto anno di università ho partecipato al programma Erasmus nella città di Granada in Spagna. Durante gli studi ho cominciato a lavorare come designer freelance, in seguito ho lavorato come vetrinista per la Bulova Watches e infine, appena laureata, ho avviato un’attività di progettazione architettonica che si chiama Casa Leggera (www.casaleggera. com) a Santo Stefano al Mare (IM). Ho partecipato a diversi concorsi di Architettura e Design: tra questi mi sono classificata al primo posto sulla piattaforma Open Innovation Alto Adige “La casa di legno del futuro” promossa da Othmar Castlunger.

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Il concorso internazionale prevedeva di progettare una casa in legno esportabile in ogni parte del mondo, in seguito ho approfondito questo tema come tesi di Laurea. Mi sono classificata finalista al concorso “VHOM Vienna House of Music” di ArchMedium insieme a un gruppo di mie colleghe!” Durante gli anni di studio ho partecipato a workshop internazionali come “Thinking the edge” a Sarnico, questo mi ha permesso di avere un panorama sull’architettura del nostro periodo, oltre la possibilità di confrontarmi con altri studenti e professori di altri paesi. La mia passione è il legno, progettare con un materiale creato dall’energia del sole mi permette di esprimere la mia filosofia: rispettare la natura, migliorando la nostra qualità di vita e quella del nostro pianeta. CLIO Let’s start the game CLIO è un’idea progettuale e una strategia commerciale. La casa prefabbricata in legno del futuro è modulare e assemblabile in infinite forme e soluzioni. Il gioco da tavolo è la caratteristica che rende unico questoprogetto. Il committente è invitato a partecipare alla composizione architettonica della casa dei suoi sogni, disponendo su una griglia a maglia quadrata delle carte di quattro forme differenti: C, L, I, O. Ciascuna di esse rappresenta un modulo con struttura a telai, isolata termicamente da fibra di legno e cappotto in sughero. E’ possibile muovere le carte in tutte le direzioni, orizzontale e verticale, in modo da configurare la pianta e i prospetti della casa. In seguito, sempre con il supporto del progettista o dell’azienda, si potranno valutare le finiture interne ed esterne dell’abitazione ed eventuali bucature di porte e finestre, per favorire la visibilità e il soleggiamento.

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Luciano Bracciani

Italy

Esercito la professione di Architetto dal 1981 dopo essermi laureato in Architettura nel 1980 presso la Facoltà di Architettura dell’Università degli Studi La Sapienza di Roma. Da allora mi sono dedicato alla mia professione a 360 gradi lavorando come Professionista e consultant presso studi internazionali di interior design e collaborazioni con studi internazionali di Architettura. Tra le varie collaborazioni alcune importanti come lo studio per Abuja City (Kenzo Tange ) oppure quelle per la sede della Banca d’Italia ( Studio Valle) oltre all’attività professionale esercitata anche negli USA intorno agli anni’90. Intermezzi nella attività professionali anche la partecipazione a concorsi internazionali come il Tokyo Forum ed altri contest a carattere nazionale ed internazionale. Ho partecipato al Designing the future per approfondire alcuni miei studi riguardo la prefabbricazione leggera iniziati intorno al 1995, studi che reinterpretano gli elementi strutturali all’interno del processo produttivo degli elementi prefabbricati, il tutto finalizzato alla produzione seriale ed alla commercializzazione di prodotti di alta qualità architettonica. Sulla falsariga di grandi personalità dell’Architettura moderna ( Frank Loyd Wright ed altri ) la ricerca di tipologie serializzabili e non destinabili esclusivamente alla cosiddetta edilizia di necessità ma destinate alla produzione intese come espressioni di industrial design ( vedere anche l’esperienza di Sottsass o lo stesso Neutra negli specimen per l’edilizia composta da elementi prefabbricati ) destinandole agli

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utenti come rappresentanti di classe economica con ampie disponibilità di investimento e non solo qualificando interventi minoritari emergenziali. Tali processi hanno spostato i termini della progettazione per la prefabbricazione dalla semplice serialità ossessiva e con bassi costi produttivi alla ricerca della qualità architettonica e l’utilizzo di materiali ecocompatibili, nel caso di Designing the Future nella produzione di elementi prefabbricati ove gli elementi strutturali dovranno essere di specie legnosa. Gli ultimi venti anni hanno visto come protagonista nella progettazione architettonica non tanto l’inventiva fine a se stessa ed autoreferente ma utilizzando la qualità architettonica come elemento trainante di tutti i processi conoscitivi a monte della progettazione architettonica vera e propria, si può parlare oltre che di sostenibilità architettonica anche di sostenibilità ambientale tenendo in considerazione anche i fattori energetici e di consumo.

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Studio A&D

Italy

Concept Le idee progettuali, che hanno portato alla realizzazione di questa abitazione prefabbricata in legno, si basano sulla semplicità e la valorizzazione del materiale ligneo.. Internamente la casa si sviluppa attorno ad un open space centrale dove si trovano soggiorno cucina e sala da pranzo. Sono situate invece sul retro dell’abitazione le due camere ed il Bagno. Esternamente una facciata vetrata è situata nel lato più corto del perimetro ed illumina tutto l’open space. Il restatante perimentro vede una serie di pannelli lignei di diversa geometria applicati sulle pareti portanti dell’edificio, che conferiscono un disegno ed un ritmo ben preciso ai prospetti dell’abitazione

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Sebastiano Musmeci

Italy

Mi chiamo Sebastiano, ho 35 anni e vengo dalla Sicilia, precisamente dalla cittadina di Acireale in provincia di Catania. Sono un ingegnere civile strutturale e geotecnico, e ad oggi (da libero professionista) collaboro con un’azienda del settore idroelettrico; il mio ruolo è quello di curare la progettazione e la direzione dei lavori nell’ambito delle opere civili annesse agli impianti idroelettrici. Da qualche tempo ormai, inoltre, curo il calcolo strutturale nonché la fase di produzione di strutture (giardini d’inverno) con scheletro portante in acciaio o legno. Mi presento dicendo che, conseguita la maturità scientifica, nel 1997, e svolto il servizio militare (a quel tempo obbligatorio), ho subito intrapreso diverse attività lavorative in quanto non mi è stato possibile, per varie vicissitudini familiari, intraprendere gli studi universitari. Sono comunque sempre stato “rapito” dal mondo dell’ingegneria e dell’architettura, ed ho conservato negli anni la volontà di proseguire gli studi; fin quando, all’età di 29 anni, è giunta finalmente per me l’opportunità di iscrivermi presso la Facoltà di Ingegneria Civile. Intraprendere un tale percorso all’età di 29 anni può anche sembrare una scelta fin troppo coraggiosa, ma al di là dei sacrifici e del tempo andato, che non potrò mai riavere, oggi finito il mio percorso formativo, mi sento rigenerato, nonché ripagato, di tutte le energie spese. Venendo al progetto da me presentato al concorso “Designing the future”, l’idea principale è stata quella di creare un modulo abitativo ad impatto ambientale quasi nullo; ad esclusione degli infissi (o della platea di fondazione), infatti, tutti i restanti elementi della costruzione sono stati previsti in legno (ad esempio, per lo strato isolante interno alle tamponature è stato scelto il sughero). Dal punto di vista strutturale, l’obiettivo è stato quello di raggiungere il più alto livello possibile di standardizzazione; la distribuzione geometrica di pilastri e travi dovrebbe assicurare un ottimo comportamento antisismico, nonché grande semplicità in fase di istallazione (la struttura portante è infatti costituita interamente da maglie quadre, con luci delle travate del tutto simili). Tutta la pannellatura, e quindi tamponature, tramezze, e perfino il solaio di copertura (ad esclusione del manto impermeabilizzante), può essere realizzata in stabilimento, relegando al cantiere soltanto l’assemblaggio. Minimizzare l’operato in cantiere, con 220 tutte le variabili, gli imprevisti e quindi i costi, non com-

putabili a priori, che ne derivano, a mio giudizio, è un aspetto cruciale per le aziende nel settore della prefabbricazione. La scelta della copertura piana è dettata da un duplice motivo: il primo è quello dell’auto efficienza dal punto di vista energetico. Soltanto un tetto piano, infatti, in questo caso di superficie complessiva pari a 100 metri quadri, permette l’istallazione di un impianto fotovoltaico dalla potenza nominale di circa 12 kWp (cioè una produzione media oraria annua che varia dagli 1,7 ai 2 kW, a seconda che l’abitazione sia ubicata nel Nord o nel Sud dell’Italia). Ciò permette di pensare a possibili realizzazioni di tale modulo abitativo anche in luoghi isolati dalla rete elettrica nazionale. Il secondo motivo che ha portato alla scelta della copertura piana è legato al design del modulo abitativo, il più possibile minimalista ed in un certo qual senso neutrale rispetto ai possibili contesti ambientali di inserimento dello stesso. Anche la scelta di ricoprire la parte esterna delle tamponature con perline in legno pretrattato, deriva dal duplice intento di: elevare il legno ad elemento di pregio (e quindi da “mostrare”), e non a semplice elemento strutturale, in primo luogo; ed in secondo luogo, rendere praticamente nulli i costi relativi alla manutenzione ordinaria delle facciate dell’abitazione (interventi di tinteggiatura esterna, interventi dovuti al manifestarsi di umidità sulle pareti ecc.). Per ultimo, mi soffermo sulla modellabilità. La scelta di creare uno scheletro portante (con pannelli di tamponamento per lo più di medesime dimensioni) anziché una struttura a pareti autoportanti, lascia spazio a diverse scelte estetiche per l’acquirente, e senza che tali comportino una revisione generale (ma soltanto puntuale) del progetto primitivo. In altre parole, non a caso, sarebbe possibile “spostare” o cambiare le dimensioni, o ancora la tipologia, di qualsiasi apertura senza dover eseguire nuovamente calcoli statici (e ciò poiché nel calcolo non si tiene conto del contributo delle tamponature). Ancor più, le maglie quadre, tutte di medesime dimensioni in pianta, dello scheletro portante permettono facilmente di creare piante (cioè moduli abitativi) molto differenti, semplicemente spostando l’ubicazione delle tamponature in pianta, senza dover rivedere il processo di prefabbricazione.

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GSM

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The GSM group started thanks to friendship and professional cooperation of three architects: Matteo Batistini, Simone Bragaloni e Gabriele Sinacori. After sharing their own training courses at University, they have undertaken a lasting collaboration in design contests and architectural research working primarily in Tuscany. The spirit that drives the group is the continuous study for innovative solutions in the believe that the profession of architect is in effect a kind of mission.

LIVINIA HOUSE The project “Livinia House” is born by the aim of undermining the idea that prefabrication and modularity are associated with images as “container” or “chalet”, trying to prove that it is possible to build a wooden house without necessarily resorting to the square or rectangle as the only shape of composition. Starting from this point of view so we chose trapeze as the aggregative basic module; we studied eight different modules (living, kitchen, bedroom, garage...) and by composing them we obtained various cuts of apartments on one or more levels. The technology used is that of the structural panel X-LAM both for vertical and horizontal structures except foundation in reinforced concrete and the roof of wooden beams. With regard to composition we tried to bring the shape of trapeze both in the layout and the elevation of the building, the facades are in fact marked by apertures and drawings as trapezoidal.

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Lorena Pagano

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Riccardo Turcato Davide Calore

Italy

Riccardo Turcato e Davide Calore sono due giovani architetti padovani classe ‘87 e ‘84 laureati presso l’IUAV, Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia. Dopo un periodo di esperienze professionali all’estero, tra Spagna e Australia, nel 2012 decidono di tornare nella propria città natale per fondare lo studio “tucArchitectural design solutions”, un laboratorio di idee e soluzioni architettoniche orientate verso un design sostenibile, semplice e minimale che non rinuncia al piacere dello spazio e delle forme architettoniche. “18M House: make up your own house”: concept

Grazie all’estrema flessibilità del concept, è possibile nel tempo aggiungere nuovi moduli, alloggiando, ad un basso costo aggiuntivo, una giovane famiglia in crescita.

Partendo da una superficie rettangolare, l’area lorda pavimentata viene suddivisa con un reticolo strutturale in legno di 18 moduli, ciascuno di 2.75 m x 1.65 m. Con una superficie di 4.5 mq il modulo madre costituisce l’ambiente base della casa (il bagno) che, moltiplicato per n volte, genera il resto degli spazi abitativi. A seconda delle proprie esigenze e stile di vita, l’utente può “disegnare” la propria casa attraverso un semplice slittamento dei moduli, con soluzioni più o meno compatte, senza o con superfici terrazzate. Indipendentemente dal sistema aggregativo adottato, il disegno modulare garantisce sempre l’utilizzo dello stesso numero di pezzi che, grazie ad un processo di prefabbricazione, consentono un assemblaggio a secco e rapido dell’unità abitativa. A chiusura del perimetro vi è una facciata ventilata il cui materiale viene scelto dall’utente, conferendo un ulteriore tocco di personalità alla casa.

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Krystian Sulkowski Katarzyna Niemiec

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My name is Krystian Sulkowski and together with Katarzyna Niemiec we are the authors of the project which we have called village house.

In spare time we are developing our architectural passion and we are taking part in interesting national and international competitions.

We are both Eng. Architects and we have studied at technical Silesian universities.

We put a lot of efforts to our projects to create individual appearance and unique atmosphere.

We are a young team of designers and we work together with an experienced group of architects in Comtarex design office in Katowice.

We approach to design and keep in mind human needs. Village house is a project of the modern and environmentally friendly modular home referring to a form of traditional houses in the Polish countryside. We have combined simple form giving possibility of creating individual space. Its versatility allows to create smaller and larger families their own village house.

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Facchinetti & Partners

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Lo studio “Facchinetti & Partners, Architetti Associati - Massimo Facchinetti Carlo Bono, Alessandra Boccalari”, si costituisce all’inizio del 2004 integrandosi e sostituendosi alla precedente struttura tecnica già organizzata e gestita, da più di un decennio, dallo stesso Massimo Facchinetti. L’esperienza spazia dal progetto al cantiere, dall’Italia all’estero. Lo studio si occupa di architettura in tutte le sue declinazioni. Architettura al servizio dell’uomo, etica, morale, di responsabilità sociale, “colorata e sensoriale”. I settori di attività dello studio spaziano dagli ambiti più classici quali progettazione, direzione lavori, coordinamento sicurezza, pianificazione urbanistica e territoriale, progettazione ambientale, a quelli più innovativi e con lo sguardo volto al futuro. Massimo Facchinetti è nato il 19 maggio 1965 a Bergamo. Ha conseguito il diploma di geometra nel 1984 presso l’istituto per geometri “G. Quarenghi” di Bergamo; nel 1992 si è laureato presso la Facoltà di architettura del Politecnico di Milano. Nel 1993 ha conseguito l’abilitazione alla professione di architetto. Nel 1990 apre il suo studio di progettazione in Casazza (Bg). Dal 1992 si impegna a svolgere l’attività didattica quale assistente ai corsi del professor Alessandro Ubertazzi presso la Facoltà di Architettura del Politecnico di Milano, ora III Facoltà di Architettura, insegnamento di Disegno Industriale. Nel 1997 costituisce con alcuni soci e collaboratori dello studio, la società “Prototipi s.a.s.”, interessandosi della consulenza industriale per aziende e della realizzazione di progetti nel campo del design e del design ambientale. Dal 2003 diviene docente a contratto del Laboratorio di Progettazione III del corso di laurea in Disegno industriale presso l’Università di Firenze. Nel 2004 costituisce lo studio “Facchinetti

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& Partners, Architetti Associati” con gli amici architetti Carlo Bono e Alessandra Boccalari, occupandosi prevalentemente di architettura e urbanistica in ambito pubblico, con particolare attenzione per l’attività di edilizia ecosostenibile e progettazione ambientale; ricerca che svolge da anni in qualità di professore a contratto nell’Università di Milano, Firenze, Brescia e Torino. Carlo Bono è nato il 16 settembre 1971 a Bergamo. Nel 1999 si è laureato presso la Facoltà di architettura del Politecnico di Milano ed inizia a svolgere la propria attività professionale collaborando con diversi studi e società di progettazione; nel 2000 consegue l’abilitazione professionale e dal 2001 apre il proprio studio professionale con l’Arch. S. Locatelli con la quale dal 2004 si associa costituendo lo “Studio di Architettura Associato – Locatelli, Bono”, dallo stesso periodo costituisce con l’Arch. M. Facchinetti e l’Arch. A. Boccalari lo studio “Facchinetti & Partners, Architetti Associati”. Opera professionalmente nella progettazione architettonica, nel recupero e nella conservazione del patrimonio edilizio esistente e svolge diverse attività di consulenza. Alessandra Boccalari è nata il 14 luglio 1968 a Milano. Si è laureata in architettura presso il Politecnico di Milano nel 1994. Dal 1996 ha conseguito l’abilitazione allo svolgimento della professione di architetto. Dal 1995 al 1999 svolge la sua prima attività formativa presso uno studio di architettura in Bergamo e dal 1999 inizia a collaborare con la Società Prototipi s.a.s. con sede a Casazza (Bg). Dal 2004 si associa costituendo con l’Architetto Massimo Facchinetti e l’Architetto Carlo Bono lo studio “Facchinetti & Partners, Architetti Associati”. Sito internet: http://www.facchinetti-partners.com

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Hsiung-I Yao

Taiwan

Hello everyone, my name is Hsiung-I Yao. I’m a third grade student coming from Taiwan and major in civil engineering in National Chiayi University. I’ve studied the architecture on my own for little bit more than two years. To understand how sharp my skill is, I started to actively participate in many international architecture design competitions on April this year. I sincerely thank the host for giving me an opportunity to make me learn and grow much more. Let me describe my project as below: Actually, my design idea is very simple. Nowadays, it seems that the prefabricated system is highly standardized. However, I think that it should be filled with much more diversity and higher level of freedom. Although an architect designs others’ home, he or she is still not a user. In this project, by using the basic elements of architecture, everyone could construct their own dream home which is durable, easy-to-change and corrosion-resistant.

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Max Tirassa

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Max Tirassa was born in Merano (Italy), where he frequented schools in Germanand Italian language. Moved by his passion for technical subjects andarchitecture, he decided to study “Architecture and Building Engineering” at the“Tor Vergata” university in Rome. In connection with the “Erasmus” program hespent one year of his studies in Paris. In 2014 he graduated with honors andgot his master-degree. Part of his thesis consisted in the participation at theinternational architecture competition “A society for all ages”, where he wonthe 3rd team prize. He also got the “Emerge Italy” scholarship, whichcomprehended a three-month-internship at “Aria Group Architects Inc.” in Chicago.

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Abstract EasyHouse EasyHouse is a wooden structural system for the construction of residentialbuildings. Thanks to its simple design it is quick to transport and to build: several wooden frames with hinges at the bottom are made out of only 6 main pieces. They can be assembled directly on the ground by only two workers. Once completed the frames are lifted and blocked into position. The simplicity of the structure is compatible with a great variety of different finishes. That way you can adapt it to various contexts and needs. Since EasyHouse isentirely modular it provides great flexibility: you can use it to build almost everything, starting from a little garage up to a big, developable residence fordozens of people.

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Domenico Barletta

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Mi chiamo Barletta Domenico, originario di Montalbano J. (MT), nato a Policoro il 1 Aprile 1989. Da sei anni risiedo a Potenza e frequento il secondo anno del corso di LM in Ing. Meccanica presso l’Unibas. Ho conseguito la laurea triennale con tesi in Impianti Industriali in “OEE e Misure di Performance di macchine”. Notando i prefabbricati tradizionali in pessimo stato è nata l’idea di costruire abitazioni che possano essere prodotte in fabbrica (adattandole all’esigenza del momento) e riciclate/smontate quando non servono. È possibile creare moduli in fabbrica che rispecchino modelli in muratura (muri con porte/finestre) e di assemblarli in loco mediante elementi di giuntura/guida a mezzo di bullonature. Gli elementi di muratura sono creati assemblando in sequenza pannelli di legno, isolante e uno spazio intermedio di isolante o vuoto per consentire il passaggio di tubazioni. Gli elementi di giunto/guida su cui si innestano sono in legno e fungono da sostegno per l’intera struttura.

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Michele Pontiroli

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Arch. Michele Pontiroli was born in Arona (Novara ITALY) on 1st December 1967. Profile: Male, 46, Married Nationality: Italy Current Location: Brescia, ITALY Current Position: Senior Architect, founder partner Studio Civico46 EDUCATION He hearned a Degree in Architecture in 1993 at the Architecture Faculty within Milan’s “Politecnico” (Engineering School). From 1994 he is an independent professional architect and belongs to the Italian Architects Body. From 1994 until 1997 he is assistant to Professor Cruciani Fabozzi among the Architectural Restoration Chair within “Politecnico”. WORK EXPERIENCE From 1991 until 1995, he works as an architect at Studio “Colombo & Bonomi Partners” in Milan. From 1995 until 1998, he joins “Studio S” in Reggio Emilia, in charge for design and artistic management. From 1998 until 2008, he is an architect with Studio “Cantarelli Moro & Partners” (now Aegis Ltd) in Brescia. In his role Michele managed projects related to commercial, industrial and residential real estate, from creation to execution. In 2008 he is founding partner of “Studio Civico46”.

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The Studio is specialized in architecture and interior design and is focused on Private Homes, Hotels, Resorts, Wellness Centers. PUBLICATIONS Magazine “ANANKE” Thesis “The Petruzzelli Theater in Bari A proposal to recovery” Speakers: Prof. F. Tartaglia - Prof. M. Dezzi Bardeschi Alinea Editrice Florence December 1993 The main idea of the project is inspired by Tangram, game created by the decomposition of a square in seven geometric shapes. In this way you can build an endless variety of forms and this satisfies the need to realize homes with loadbearing structure in wood, with modular elements assembled in different architectural solutions. The basic elements of the project are prisms, consisting of load-bearing exterior walls (long sides), ceiling and opened short sides. These elements can be assembled in multiple configurations (both for mono or multi-family homes), with one or more levels and besides they can be implemented further. Every modular element has its own roof, recalling the traditional pitched roof, but modified in a dynamic and asymmetric shape. These solid geometric shapes, harsh and hollow, reveal a strength and a sense of security that refers to the primitive living man.

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Alfonso Lusvarghi

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Ing. Alfonso Lusvarghi iscritto all’ordine degli Ingegneri di Reggio.E. (1980) Laurea all’Università di Bologna,sezione Edile Urbanistica Corso Nazionale di Bioarchitettura 1e 2 livello (9495) Primo premio: Concorso Riqualificazione Piazza B. Buozzi Pontelagoscuro Ferrara Secondo Premio:Concorso Di Idee Ri-Costruire dopo il Sisma nel Centro Storico di Moglia Siamo uno Studio a servizio completo della Progettazione Residenziale, Industriale e Logistica. Eseguiamo Studi di fattibilità per progetti di interventi edilizi individuando la giusta soluzione ottimizzata all’intervento presentato

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Il progetto inerente al Concorso Designing the Future di abitazioni prefabbricate monofamiliare , ha ricercato elementi distributivi storici, quali le abitazioni Pompeiane e elementi di progettualità di architettura moderna, in modo da integrare il tutto in una composizione volumetrica semplice, individuando un modulo e una struttura in legno, al fine di ottimizzare la sua prefabbricazione.

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Studio d’Architettura Tironi

Italy

Lo STUDIO D’ARCHITETTURA TIRONI, formato dagli architetti Bassano e Simone Tironi,nasce a Caravaggio nel 1992. La collaborazione dei due professionisti è costante e continua neltempo fino al 1998 quando si costituiscono in Studio Associato. Insieme svolgono la loro ricerca e attività professionale nei settori del progetto d’Architettura, d’Architettura d’interni, del Design e della Progettazione Urbanistica. Lo Studio ha ricoperto incarichi di lavoro sia per spazi privati che pubblici e ne ha seguito le realizzazioni con sempre maggiore approfondimento sia degli aspetti più strettamente architettonici e decorativi che di quelli più funzionali, tecnici ed innovativi. Lo Studio si avvale inoltre di consulenti esterni e di specialisti nei campi della progettazione strutturale ed impiantistica, della geologia, della geotecnica e dell’agronomia.

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This family house project takes the beginning from a three-dimensional basic-module, that has been conceived to be adopted as a standard-block, flexible from a distributive point of view, provided with an efficient shell also in terms of energy-efficiency, a module planned to be assembled in various combinations (100mq almost) involving the addition of some union-components, of course meant as standard elements, to carry out the task of a joint, as it’s underlined by our graphic representations. The detachment amongst the elements gave origin to an axis, between a module and the other, along which the blocks are arranged, creating passages and visual glimpses. The supporting structure is made of X-LAM thinwooden panels, both for the lower attic, placed on the foundations’ girders, and for the vertical walls and the roofing-attic.

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Michal Bromboszcz

Poland

I was born in Krak贸w in Poland. After graduating the cello class in the Music Academy in L贸dz I began to study architecture, first in the Technical University of Silesia, then in the Cracow Academy. In February 2014 I finished the study and currently I am looking for a practice placement in Europe.

The building is designed for temperate climate so it can be widely use in Europe. Due to special conditions of settlement, thicker or thinner insulation, different materials for cladding, and different passive house solutions for heating or cooling can be used. Thanks to the unique construction system (beams supporting the second floor are placed on poles which are independent from the rest of building) the entire house can be organized and modified in many different ways. The modules can be easily added or taken out in one house, and the houses can be placed in a row or more complicated urban structure. The esthetic (color, facture, amount and size of windows etc.) depends on the architect who design a particular solution for a particular place. The green roof is the characteristic element which, besides its practical and ecological roles, gives a soft look to the building.

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Francesca Rogari Gianluca Cammillini Timothee C. Houede Francesca Seghini Italy

Francesca Rogari: born and residing in Gubbio (Pg), degree in civil engineer at the University of Perugia, expert in public work and planning supervisor. She has collaborated with many professional offices and the University of Perugia. She has participated in many competitions: mention in industrial area redevelopment competition, Ex-valtrasimeno area, in Castiglione del Lago (Pg), (2014). Gianluca Cammillini: born and residing in Arezzo (Ar), degree in civil engineer at the University of Perugia, freelancer since 2010, qualified in structural and architectural design and planning supervisor. Timothee C. Houede: born in Benin (Republic of), residing in Perugia (Pg), degree in civil engineer at the University of Perugia, freelancer in civil engineering and energy manager. While collaborate with some engineering studio, he is making his own studies about Smart Construction in Africa’s climate.

We proceed to configure the structure on a compact geometry, better able to absorb the seismic event, Umbria in fact is located in a seismic zone. One starts from a 10m side square which is then divided into 9 parts and this plant is then repeated on three levels, so you get a cubic structure that will be obtained differently distribution solutions. The constructive system consists of a load-bearing structure in laminated wood, with stiffening prefab platform frame-type panels already provided both with insulation and implants, so beams and pillars take the static load and the seismic load is divided on the panels too. The floor is composed of a prefabricated panel. We expect to place solar panels on the roof. We have proposed different housing solutions with the same rigid system so that everyone can choose the one that best suits their needs.

Francesca Seghini: born and residing in Perugia (Pg), degree in architecture at the University of Ferrara, she has collaborated with many professional offices and the University of Perugia. She has participated in many competitions: mention in urban design competition held by the municipality of Perugia (Pg), (2005), mention in industrial area redevelopment competition, Ex-valtrasimeno area, in Castiglione del Lago (Pg), (2014). She currently teaches as a Professor of technology at the secondary school of first instance.

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Baldemar Gomez Blanco

Mexico

I born in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, I am 24 years old and at the present time I am studying Architecture at Metropolitan University at Monterrey, I´m working at Carpinteria Contry as a Head of Workshop. I´m in charge of design, manufacture and repair of all kind of wood furniture.

The proposed modular housing is created from the needs of families with financial needs, giving them safety and welfare. Also considering accessible and quick solutions to their needs, providing quality housing. The property is achieved by developing from the coupling of pallets, taking wood as the main material. Features. • The property is built from modules measures 25 square meters. • Modules can evolve by coupling two or more and create new proposals, depending on user needs. • It has a thermal insulation system with ventilated walls and ceilings.

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Stefania Nannelli

Italy

Stefania Nannelli was born in Firenze in 1983, she graduates at the Faculty of Architecture and obtains the qualification to practice as an architect. She wins the fifth prize in the International Competition “Green Boulevards�, sponsored by Inarch, accessing the research workshop. Currently she is working for ArchLandStudio, a landscape architecture firm in Firenze.

Project module base is designed by the need of cost and time reduction for transport and assembly. XLAM wood structure consists of cross wood planks that guarantees optimal thermal inertia, CO2 reduction and maximum flexibility. Although house volumes shape is regular and compact, light perception is variable, vibrating along the different facades. Suitable orientation, well-insulated envelope, solar shading and internal air circulation turn the building in an efficient bioclimatic apparatus. Employed materials meet the demands of environmental sustainability, light weight and low cost.

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Francisco Arada Avila

Mexico

For the realization of our project, we take inspiration from the smelter furnaces Monterrey because they are a hallmark of our city, also to use dark colors, so best would represent the industrial culture that distinguishes us from the rest of the country. Not only we are inspired by the shape of the furnace without charge or function, the stairwell serves as a chimney to remove hot air from the house and get a better ventilation and maintain a comfortable climate within the same . As the main structure we decided to use oak, being one of the most resistant woods there. To carry out the garage it was proposed to use railways sleepers to give a unique touch and put on them, climbing plants to generate shadow when expand throughout the structure

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Ricardo Sanchez A.

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Nicola Perego Valentina Russo

Italy

Nicola Perego lives in Brescia and graduated at Polytechnic of Milan in 2013 with a thesis on Landscape and Sustainability. He collabores first with a studio in Bergamo, later won a scholarship for an internship in Granada. Valentina Russo, born in Campobasso, graduated with lode in Architecture in Pescara in 2013. Later held internships at professional studios in London and Spain.

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The project “NEST HOME” evolves around the concept of simplicity because it develops from a prefabricated wooden form highly flexible, affordable easily transportable and completed by a limited number of modular elements, capable of generating an infinite number of architectural combinations. The customer is directly involved in the architectural design of his “nest”,it’s possible to personally arrange, with a software, the prefabricated elements. The project turns out to be sustainable from the economic and environmental point of view through the application of beginnings of design attentive to the energy saving.

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Findelbloc Architects

Italy

ENG. SILVIA LIA I am 27 years old. I obtained a degree in Civil Engineering, in 2011. I did a traineeship at an Engineer associate office. In 2013, I completed a Master in “Sustainability and Energy Efficiency”. Now I live in Germany.

The project develops the essential points of a building with low energy consumption.

ENG. CLAUDIA TENUTA Born in Cosenza on January 6th 1986, I’m graduated in Civil Engineering and Architecture at the University of Calabria. I’m got a master’s degree in Environmental Sustainability and Energy Efficiency.

This passive solar system contributes to the reduction of energy and economic consumption for winter heating. In order to use the renewable sources “sun” and to reduce the use of nonrenewable resources, we introduced active systems: a photovoltaic system and a solar thermal system.

The rectangular building is developed along the north-south axis. On the south side there is a solar greenhouse.

The building envelope is insulated to reduce thermal losses through thermal bridges, to the benefit of consumption and saving energy.

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Alessandro Nucci

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Giuseppe Milesi

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The undersigned Milesi Giuseppe, born in Ponte San Pietro (BG), on 05/09/1971, with studio and residence in Osio Sopra (BG), Italy, 24040, Via Enrico Fermi n ° 40, inscribed Order of Architects, Planners, landscapers and Conservationists of the province of Bergamo at No. 2617 on September 14, 2009, Section a, sector-architecture. Card, www.architettibergamo.it section ARCHIOAB. I gained a Diploma in Surveying at I.T.S. G. Quarenghi of Bergamo in 1991 and I graduated from the Polytechnic of Milan on 17 October 2002. I achieved the state examination at the Polytechnic of Milan in the second session of 2003, and a certificate of attendance at a profit Technician Certification of Energy buildings, in 2011, CENED. I have worked in four different studies in Bergamo since 1991 and I have gained twenty years’ experience in Civil and Industrial Construction, according to the laws, rules and practices and developments in current legislation. I also worked with the Superintendence for Architectural Heritage and Landscape of Milan. My interest revolves around the design, starting from an architectural discourse, fascinated by Frank Lloyd Wright and Le Corbusier, trying to ensure a comfortable living and psychological projects that I do. I also have an abiding interest in the subject of architecture, laws, laws on energy containment buildings, taking courses and reading magazines. Architecture is like a sculpture, and must be original. Art, Technology and Architecture talk to each other. Nothing is created, nothing is destroyed, everything is transformed, 2nd law of thermodynamics, entropy.

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The project is presented by matrix Rationalist, Modern Movement, created on cubic modules that develop in space, attending to the form, empty and full, in a proportionate manner, trying to create a building as much as possible due to the beautiful, not neglecting the functionality and regulations, according to an ordering principle of growth. In addition, the work was relatively easy on the prefabrication, since all the architectures of the past were made of geometric forms and Gold, that is proportionate. There is not a rule but a creative process, supported by years of work and bases, depending on the requirement that a project produces.

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Federico Pruneti Alice Del Genovese Marco Innocenti Italy

Under the tree è un sistema costruttivo versatile, quanto a prefabbricabilità, trasportabilità e montaggio in loco, lasciando contemporaneamente spazio alla personalizzabilità e all’espressività architettonica. L’impianto strutturale si basa essenzialmente sullo schema della trave a sbalzo con tirante, facilmente prefabbricabile, trasportabile ed assemblabile. Tale scelta è dettata dall’intento di concentrarsi su una tecnologia che, basandosi su pochi elementi, possibilmente standardizzabili, potesse dare luogo a una vasta gamma di soluzioni diverse, adattandosi a luogo e committenza. La libertà compositiva che questo sistema concede è un secondo punto chiave. La copertura è completamente sostenuta dal sistema di travi e pilastri, così che le pareti perimetrali ed interne risultano libere da carichi e possono essere ampiamente personalizzabili, oltre che modificate in corso d’opera. La disposizione degli elementi portanti può inoltre essere articolata in forma lineare curva o sfalsata, adattandosi alle diverse situazioni ed esigenze.

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Mersiha Karic, Mersiha Cerim, Ana Lukenda MM HOUSE /MOUNTAIN MODULAR COTTAGE/ Prokoško lake, Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this project we present a concept of a modular and transformable house made of wood. To achieve the transformability we created Modules. each Module has a dimension of 3,5m x 3,5m. We specifically chose this dimension to achieve the best possible solutions for organizing living space. To be able to fulfil all needs of a living space we created 4 different types of Modules. Construction, materialization and the dimension of the Modules are the same but their purposes are different. Arranging Modules in these four categories helps easier manufacturing and transformation of one Living Unit. The 4 categories are: A – garden and terraces B – living and dining rooms C – halls, toilets, kitchen D – sleeping rooms The Living Unit presented in this project is formed by 6 Modules in total. From these six Modules two Modules are peterable and they are module A. The first A Module is placed in the entrance area. It forms a small semi-public garden and is a welcoming part when you approach and enter this Living Unit. The other A Module a is placed opposite to the first, with its view to the lake. It forms a terrace and sitting area and is directly connected with the kitchen and living room. Besides the two A Modules there are two B Modules creating the living area, one C Module creating the kitchen, toilet and hall, and one D Module as sleeping room. We call this Living Unit the MM house. The MM represents the character of this specific Unit. The first M stands for modularity and the second M stands for mountain, because we located this Unit in a mountain area. We chose mountain Vranica. Mountain Vranica is well known for its beautiful nature

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and huge mountain lake called Prokoško Jezero. We analyzed old traditional houses from this area and we incorporated elements form it, such as form and materials, into our design. This can be noticed in steep, two sides gabled roof. This kind of roof allowed us to form an extra sleeping area for two people under it. This area is open and visually connected with the main living area. It can be reached by wooden ladders. Materialization of the house is brought from context, as mentioned earlier from old traditional Bosnian’s mountain houses. It has a wooden facade and metal cladding at the roof. Metal cladding is in the color and structure of old traditional wooden roofs. Because of durability we chose for a metal roof instead of a traditional wooden roof. The appearance is however still very familiar. The main construction of the Modules and thus the entire house is wood. A Module is formed from four wooden columns, conceded with beams. Fillings between these columns are formed to meet all thermo isolation standards. It is a fully isolated house. Floors are wooden as well. In the interior we chose gypsum plate walls, with exception of the north wall where the front door is placed. With this we want to bring a bright atmosphere inside and put even more accent on warmth of the wooden floor and one wooden wall. The main positive characteristics of this design, as we mentioned earlier, are modularity and transformability. This means that this Living Unit can grow. It can be formed from three basic Modules A, B and C with its area of 49, 00 m2. Depending on the client’s wishes and needs it can grow from six Modules, like in our case here, up to nine Modules, or even more. It can change location and be easily assimilated into any landscapes and surrounding. For example this Modular construction allows for having a flat roof. With a flat roof the entire Unit is changing its appearance and could easy become part of a sea side neighbourhood. MM HOUSE is made to transform!

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Chiara Dellanoce

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G.A.P.--GreenArchitecturalPerformances--House è un modello di abitazione sostenibile, basata su principi di modularità, prefabbricazione, elevate prestazioni energetiche, utilizzo di energia prodotta da fonti rinnovabili, materiali naturali, riciclati e riciclabili. G.A.P. persegue il duplice obiettivo di ridurre l’impatto ambientale e creare un ambiente con elevate condizioni di comfort: attraverso innovative modalità di produzione e di installazione si ottiene una struttura energeticamente efficiente e al contempo è possibile minimizzare l’impatto paesaggistico, ridurre i consumi di acqua pulita e selezionare materiali sani e sostenibili (legno locale, alluminio e moduli di plastica riciclata). La Metodologia utilizzata permette di replicare questo progetto su qualsiasi scala: analizzate le caratteristiche dell’ambiente in cui l’edificio si inserisce, vengono definiti i parametri fondanti della progettazione evitando ogni eccesso e limitando gli impatti sui parametri di sostenibilità e di ritorno economico.

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Jesse Honsa

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Jesse Honsa is an American-born architect based in Istanbul, Turkey. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, USA, he has worked for firms in New York City, Zurich, and Istanbul. Honsa focuses on the urban transformation of Istanbul, and the dangers that rapid development pose to the environmental, social and historic fabric of the city. Fueled by a real estate boom, and justified by earthquake risk, whole neighborhoods in the ancient city are seized and demolished without public oversight. A co-founder of OpenUrban.org, Honsa has lectured about such issues at venues including the World Islamic Economic Forum in London and TEDx in Istanbul.

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The Gap House is a surgical alternative: individual parcels within the Byzantine district of Fener can be selectively filled with low-cost, flat-packed houses. This in turn promotes reinvestment in the surrounding neighborhood. A hybrid solution between pre-fab CLT and local carpentry tailors the solution to the genius loci.

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Pasquale Calabrese Nicola Di Costanzo

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Pasquale Calabrese Born in Naples in 1987. In 2012 he graduated in Architecture at “Federico II”. After obtaining a degree works with a studio specialized in outdoor design for about two years and producing several projects. Nicola Di Costanzo Born in Naples in 1987 he graduated in Architecture in 2012. Than he collaborates with various professionals, playing a role in assisting the Directorate of Works Service and maintenance of municipal buildings.

The project of this house is based in Naples. The concept of home designing is based on the theme of fireplace , meant like the core of familiar’s life. Another characterization of the project is the theme of the View; the private spaces of the house are designed to give a “personal” point of view to the impressive landscape and be hidden from the outside. The building is composed by two volumes: a parallelepiped forms the ground floor and the trapezoid at the first floor, that gives the sense of direction to the views. The construction system odpted is based on wooden panel X-Lam. The composition is based on serial modules and heliocentric orientation.

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Studio Motta-Stapenhorst

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Lo studio di architettura Motta-Stapenhorst si stabilisce a Bergamo nel 2007 in seguito a un periodo di collaborazione iniziato ad Aquisgrana (D) nel 2002. La collaborazione tra Luciano Motta (1975) e Carolin Stapenhorst (1976) nasce con il progetto per una passerella pedonale ad Aachen-Haaren risultato vincitore di un concorso e realizzato nel 2004. Nel 2005 lo studio risulta vincitore ex-aequo nel concorso Europan 8 a Bergamo. Tra il 2007 e oggi lo studio sviluppa circa 50 progetti tra incarichi privati e concorsi pubblici, singolarmente e in collaborazione, sempre con ruolo di capogruppo di progetto. Tra i risultati ottenuti nei concorsi si ricordano: 4° premio per una risalita meccanizzata a Città Alta (Bergamo, 2008); 1° premio per ampliamento del cimitero di Lessona (Biella); progetto vincitore della prima fase nel concorso internazionale per la nuova biblioteca regionale di Berlino.

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La casa prefabbricata in legno qui presentata è pensata nel contesto di paese caldi e/o tropicali: il Sud dell’Europa in prima istanza, ma anche diverse altre aree del mondo come Africa, America del Sud e Asia meridionale. L’idea di base è quella di sviluppare la casa al riparo di una grande copertura sporgente, che oltre a proteggere i muri esterni e gli ambienti interni da piogge e da eccessivo irraggiamento solare, definisce attorno all’edificio uno spazio unitario e allo stesso tempo diversificato: una specie di portico perimetrale da una parte alto e arioso, poi stretto e allungato e infine basso e raccolto. Le parti prefabbricate in legno costituiscono la forma e la struttura portante della casa e sono progettate in pannelli multistrato a fibre incrociate X-LAM (in tutto 35 elementi) di 3 spessori differenti: 10, 15, 20 cm. I pannelli X-LAM, una volta sagomati e forati, vengono imballati (in ordine di assemblaggio) all’interno di un container di 2.2 x 3 x 12 metri e peso lordo 30 tonnellate. Tutte le restanti componenti edilizie (isolamenti, impianti, rivestimenti interni ed esterni, etc.) sono adattabili ai materiali disponibili nel luogo e alle necessità economiche. Il modello base di casa prefabbricata in legno è costituito da un piano terra di 85 mq lordi e una ampio locale flessibile di 30 mq al piano primo. Il piano cantina (25 mq) dipende dal progetto delle fondazioni. La residenza qui rappresentata in dettaglio è di 98 mq netti e comprende, oltre agli ingressi e agli spazi distributivi, 3 camere, 2 bagni, cucina, sala e lavanderia/deposito.

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Angelo Abete Danilo Capozzo

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Angelo Abete. Born in Naples in 1986, get the Architecture degree in 2012. After start collaborations in numerous design studios. Today he works in a studio in Milan. Danilo Capozzo Born in Naples in 1987. He graduated in 2012 with a dissertation in Architectural and Urban Composition. After graduation he started working with several architectural and engineering firms.

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The house offers a charming view and wide and comfortable interior spaces for the family. The thin cover, the wood structural panels in x-lam provide a flexible and defined space , and shall send views through the house in the direction of the sea. The spaces are organized with skylights on each interior space roof slope of 10% provides a comfortable angle. The design not only keeps the family in touch with nature, but also offers the opportunity to disconnect with the life that takes place inside. The building measures 10x8 meters , following a constant module of 5m x 8m which is repeated twice.

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E.J. ENGINEERING

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E.J. ENGINEERING sas is a consulting engineering company founded in 2000 by Vincenzo Bernaudo and Emanuela Gremmo. The head office is located in Montaldo Torinese - Torino (Italy) via Airali 3, while the operating result in CHIERI - Torino (Italy) piazza Gerbido 1. The professional activity takes place in the context of civil and industrial facilities and qualified technical advice, such as for example architectural and structural projects, organization and site management, project management, construction site safety management. Education and Qualifications BERNAUDO VINCENZO Diploma in survejor 1980 Torino Degree in Civil Engineering 1987 Politecnico di Torino Structural and Geotechnic Senior designer Construction Safety manager - GREMMO EMANUELA Diploma in survejor 1976 Biella CAD designer

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The design proposal consists in using X-lam panels provided with assembly slots, in order to realize a freestanding building, already in the assembly phases. The aim is to be able to develop, starting from these basic elements, some architectural solutions, size and geometry variables. The elements / panels are provided modular and of only two types: the module (MxH) and the half module (1/2 MxH) with:M: 4 to 6 meters; H: 2. to 3 meters; thickness: 150 to 300 mm. The prototype developed on the elaborate graphic consists of a prefabricated building, using the X-lam modules slotted from 5 m wide, 3 m high and 200 mm thick, assembled at the construction site and placed on a slab made of cement. The unit have a total area of approximately 100 square meters, and it develops on two levels. The perimeter walls are provided isolated inside and outside. The walls externally have horizontal wooden slats, which characterize the prospects.

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Elia Marchioni

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Elia Marchioni nato a Vittorio Veneto (TV) il 25/04/1984 residente in via Italia 25, 31020 San Vendemiano (TV) 2012 - 2014 freelance architect in cooperate with various studies and participate to national and international competitions. 2011 Graduated in Architecture with a landscape master’s thesis“ TRA LA CITTÀ E IL MARE, UN PROGETTO PER VILADECANS (SPAGNA)”, with Arch. Laura Zampieri and Arch. Jordi Chiva Bellmunt. 2010 I attended the Exposición Internacional de Proyectos de Paisaje de Escuelas de Arquitectura y Paisaje at VI° Biennal Europea de Paisatge dedicated to “Liquid landscapes” with project developed during the landscape laboratory at University of Udine, prof. Arch. Laura Zampieri In the same year I attended the Landscape design at ETSAB with Arch. Jordi Chiva Bellmunt and Arch. Victor Tenez. The houses that I propose are projected in relation of their way of aggregation and not as isolated buildings. For this reason, both types( townhouses and single house) are proposed into a ideal neighbourhood that,thanks to a careful composition of two typologies, allows to obtain well-organized open spaces, then a better life quality and ground saving.

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Roberto Bertocchi

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L’Architetto Roberto Bertocchi è cofondatore di aeqzero, studio di architettura, ingegneria ed impiantistica integrati, realtà nata nel 2011 a Ferrara e operante in coworking. L’architetto vi svolge attività di progettazione architettonica confrontandosi con le tematiche relative all’efficienza energetica, alla sostenibilità ambientale e al comfort abitativo. L’architetto Roberto Bertocchi si laurea nel 1995 presso lo IUAV di Venezia e si occupa fin da subito di progettazione residenziale nelle tipologie a schiera ed in linea.

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La proposta del modulo abitativo flessibile MAF, pensato per Ferrara in cui le norme impongono la zona letto al primo piano, prevede la realizzazione di innumerevoli soluzioni aggregative adattabili a vari scenari sociali, partendo da un aggregato fisso su due piani a cui viene aggiunta una combinazione variabile utilizzando le stesse pareti, creando spazi diversi a seconda delle svariate esigenze abitative e rendendolo dinamico e mutevole come i modi di abitare.

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Fabio Campana

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Architetto Fabio Campana, laureato al Politecnico di Milano nel 2012, prima frequentai il Liceo Artistico Statale di Bergamo e mi diplomai nel 2005. Sono originario della Val Seriana (Bg) dove abito nel paese di Gandino. Il mio percorso lavorativo ha visto diversi sviluppi in studi professionali della provincia, concetrandomi principalmente sulla progettazione architettonica di abitazioni unifamiliari e ristrutturazioni/restauri di edifici storici esistenti. Nel 2013 a seguito dell’abilitazione alla professione mi iscrissi all’Ordine degli Architetti di Bergamo e vinsi la Borsa Leonardo da Vinci per Varsavia.

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Il progetto nasce da concetti semplici, come la semplicità del materiale di cui sono composte: il Legno. Col titolo” PLAY WITH SIMPLE SHAPES” si vuole esprimere il metodo utilizzato nell’idea progettuale: un ragionamento di natura primitiva ed essenziale, come la mente di un bambino che avendo ha disposizione pochi oggetti di forma pura e semplice crea una struttura anche complessa. Questa dualità contrapposta dei concetti in campo, gioca un ruolo principale nella concezione del’idea. I progetti sviluppano criteri e soluzioni eco-sostenibili ed eco-compatibili col possibile ambiente che li ospiterà. Gli obbiettivi progettuali prefissi nella mia proposta hanno cercato di rispondere ai tre concetti di semplicità, flessibilità e facilità di realizzazione di un edificio composto da singoli elementi il legno prefabbricato assemblati, considerando le caratteristiche di vita ottimali per dei possibili abitanti attuali e futuri.

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Enea Maria Maino

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Enea Maria Maino, nato a Milano il 22 Gennaio 1988, consegue la Laurea magistrale in Architettura al Politecnico di Milano nel 2014 . Durante gli studi frequenta corsi con tematiche di vario genere, dalla progettazione Urbanistica a grande scala fino alla progettazione di Interni, sviluppando una Tesi progettuale su una Riqualificazione di un’area dismessa ex industriale con progetto di riutilizzo dell’edificio situato su di essa. Durante il percorso di studi collabora con alcuni Studi di Architettura di Milano e con un’impresa di Ristrutturazioni, dove matura esperienze sia di carattere progettuale che di cantiere; tra le ultime esperienze vi è la realizzazione di una chaiselounge di Design in collaborazione con lo studio Kryptos Materia. Prefabbricazione e Standardizzazione. Su questi due concetti è basato il progetto ModulHome. Il concept del progetto è basato sull’utilizzo di pochi moduli che vengono prefabbricati ed assemblati in azienda e sull’utilizzo di pareti prefabbricate che vengono montate su un telaio di dimensione 2,50 mt. x 3,25 mt., in modo da garantire un’ampia varietà di soluzioni per la formazione dei locali dell’abitazione. L’ottimizzazione dei costi è un altro tema che ha interessato il progetto, per questo la dimensione del modulo base è stato dettato dalle dimensioni massime trasportabili dai mezzi normalmente utilizzati per questo tipo trasporto (pari a 2,50 mt. di larghezza e a 13,00 mt. di lunghezza). Ciò consente di trasportare i moduli già assemblati in azienda, permettendo così, di ridurre la manodopera in cantiere, abbatten-

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do i costi e i tempi di realizzazione. Per far fronte alla riduzione delle lavorazioni in cantiere, anche i moduli dei locali dotati di impianti idrici (bagni e cu ) vengono assemblati in azienda, e conseguentemente “montati” adiacenti, così che si venga a creare un “blocco tecnologico” nel quale sono inseriti tutti gli impianti. I locali, non dotati di impianti, possono essere personalizzati, in quanto è presente un telaio alla quale vengono montate la varie pareti prefabbricate. E’ presente un abaco di pareti standard di vario utilizzo, dalle parete vetrate ai tamponamenti ecc…, di due lunghezze, per essere montate su entrambe i lati del telaio. Il sistema modulare garantisce notevole flessibilità e numerose possibilità di aggregazioni dei moduli, sia monopiano che pluripiano, dando libertà al cliente di personalizzare la propria abitazione sia dal punto di vista funzionale che da quello estetico. Nell’elaborato di progetto è stata fatta una selezione delle numerose varianti che si possono ottenere grazie a questo sistema, nonostante sia costituito da pochi elementi base. Le residenze presentano tutte un affaccio principale, a sud, molto luminoso, mentre a nord, in alcune varianti sono presenti le camere da letto, in altre è completamente cieco, permettendo di affiancare due unità abitative. Per quanto riguarda la sostenibilità è stata utilizzata una cornice che ha funzione schermante, in modo da ridurre il surriscaldamento interno durante le ore diurne. Il tetto piano consente il posizionamento dei pannelli fotovoltaici, riducendo i consumi energetici.

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Artur Zarejko Anna Jaroch

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Our names are Anna Jaroch and Artur Zarejko, and we are from Poland. We are group of people who met during the studies of architecture and urban planning on Wroclaw University of technology. Since then, we’ve created a big range of different projects including design and computer graphic. Objective of the competition was compromise between two points of view. First of them is prefabrication, cost and production efficiency, second -needs of residents, fitting context. We didn’t want to sacrifice any of them, so we solved the puzzle and added an idea taking project on a whole new level. We let the resident build them’s own dreamed home from available, modular blocks, and even transform it to match changing needs, just like building lego. To make it even better we wanted our project to be build very easly without a crane, by, let’s say, three people. We concluded that the moust affordable and easy way of building lego house is creating row of construction frames (just like ribs) between which can be put different isolation blocks. We designed three different types of “blocks” that are assambled off site: floor panel, roof panel and elevation panel. The number of ribs can change thus making building longer or shorter.

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Francesco Scorziero Guido Montini Italy

Ing. Scorziero Francesco, born in Camposampiero on 10/10/1984, a resident of San Giorgio delle Pertiche (PD). Graduate in Civil Engineering with specialization in Architecture at the University of Padua. Several works in the construction field during his university studies From 2009/2011 worked with an engineering office that developed the structural analysis of private homes. From 2012/2013 employee at the “Veneto Costruzioni e Impianti “of PD where I followed the work of developing a health facility RSA prefab. From 2014 to now a freelancer, and I am in charge of designing prefabricated modular buildings The road design and modular prefabrication of wood came after the development of the health facility RSA followed in 2012, which struck me for the quality and speed of execution. The method used was patented by Guido Montini Surveyor who has contributed to the development of competition, and with whom I work.

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LAB.04

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The LAB.04 is a laboratory of architecture and green building, where several professionals in this industry are engaged in research and experimentation in order to produce works that testify to the effects of the balance between the architecture and the programmatic aspects of the life of all days. TEAM: Ivano Capretti(b.1987). Unicam University of Architecture in Ascoli Piceno. Simone Cipollini(b.1980). Unicam University of Architecture in Ascoli Piceno. Marzia De Berardinis(b.1985). Unicam University of Architecture in Ascoli Piceno. Laura Mancini(b.1985). Sapienza University of Architecture in Rome. The Zer(o) House aims at conserving materials, using 100% recycled aluminum framing, composite wood materials and locally regenerative resources. In addition to the structural heat insulation, each new Zer(o) House is equipped with the latest technology that makes a significant contribution to its energy efficiency.

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Italy Usb-House is a prototype prefabricated dwelling, “Plug and Play”. The concept of the Usb- House is to supply an innovative alternative to the problem of house building. The principal of dividing spaces is based on the creation of a “core” which acts as the motherboard of a p.c., capable of accepting various modules and preassembled parts to create zones such as the kitchen, common use areas, bedrooms. This modular design enables the dwellings to change its form, modify its size, and modify the interiors, adding and subtracting parts as required to satisfy the users needs over a period of time. The Usb-House, with its concept of fix and dismantle “Plug and Play” offers an interesting model of adaptability and modulation, considering these factors the principle guidelines of a new design experience. Acknowleging the fact that families grow when a child is born, and shrink when a child leaves home, Usb-House adapts to the family’s needs by allowing the house to add or subtract a bedroom, or exchangeone type of room for another. This eliminates the need of buying and selling the property to suit the occupancy, and increases the lifespan of a prefabricated house which in the majority of cases, as with a traditional dwelling, is not flexible. This system of a flexible prefabricated house is possible due to the creation of a central core which forms the spinal column of the dwelling. The core contains all the necessary servicing and services that a dwelling requires, into which all the living ambients are “plugged in”. Usb-House creates an interchangeable architecture which houses new componants, ambients, and parts, with ease. The central core of the house can be placed in position in an hour. The core is made up of a loadbearing structural timber frame. It is the first element of the UsbHouse into which all the other modules are “plugged”. 95% of all the structural connections are easily and quickly mountable/demountable as they are simply bolted to the core. Waterproof joints seal the space between core and module. The modules and panels can be easily dismounted and riused without suffering any damage. The various elements can be recycled even though the concept of “Plug and Play” already reduces the frequency of a demolition of the parts.Usb-House has been designed to be super energy efficient. First of all, the various elements of the prefabricated house can be assembled much quicker than the traditional prefabricated house which is assembled on site. Usb-House has many characteristics which help to utilise less energy from the starting point of the building’s

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life-span, using only 10-25% of the electrical energy required in the equivalent standard prefabricated house. Usb-House uses passive solar energy, walls and windows have high insulation values, electrical appliances are fuel efficient, an efficient heat pump provides air conditioning and photovoltaic panels gather the sun’s energy. Usb-House is carbon free with no emissions into the atmosphere. The house generates more electricity than it consumes, eliminating the need to use combustable fossil fuel. The object of the Usb-House “Plug and Play”concept is to provide a more coherent vision of an industrialised dwelling, which, at the present moment, is fragmented and has not seen a significant change during numerous years of production. The design team’s aim is to promote a system based on the web, where owners can “Plug and Play” on a large scale. It would, therefore, be possible to exchange componants and modules directly though the webside. Once an agreement has been made, a componant can be simple detached from one dwelling and professionals will attach it to another. Taking into account a responsable approach to the intrinsic design aspects and a respect for the enviroment in which we live, the Usb-House represents an ideal solution for a lifestyle that is both aware of environmental responsibility without renouncing a flexibility of use and quality of design. The concept of UsbHouse is composed of three units: “live”, “sleep”, “play”: modules which measure ~5.00 x 7.70 metres, and which can be arranged according to the clients desire and need. Extra units can be simply added in a successive phase. This system offers a great liberty of simply increasing the dimensions of the house whenever reguired. The modules can be personalised, allowing for unique solutions adaptable for unique sites. The houses are sustainable, well designed and modular. These factors guarantee a high level of quality in as much as the majority of the house is factory made to precision. This form of prefabrication drastically reduces the work to be undertaken on site therefore reducing impact on the site, the time require to assemble the house and the costs involved. The project is characterised by a modern “clean” design, build predominately from wood. Natural lighting is guaranteed by the use of large areas of glazing, maintenance costs are minimal and on the whole, the house proposes an alternative dwelling which is well designed and sustainable in environmental terms.

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Leonardo Porciatti

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“Architecture isn’t a luxus, but a primary need” Arch. Leonardo Porciatti Triangola is born as an aggregation of wooden structural elements; it’s composed of two complementary parts with different functions. The first part is the habitable enclosed space, “the house inside” the second one is the exterior house, ”the house outside” a patio with various functions. “The house inside” is covered with a ventilated roof realized by a solar panel system. The ventilation is completed by a mechanical system hidden in the terminal part of the patio. The air, carried through channels which are hidden inside the longitudinal beam that defines the “house outside,” goes up to the ventilated roof. The descendants, hidden inside the longitudinal beam, convey the rain-waters to an underground storage tank placed at the end of the patio over which is placed a fountains with water plants. The fountain as well as having an aesthetic and contemplative value, contributes to cooling the air introduced from the adjacent fans.

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COMFORTBUD DESIGN INSTITUTE

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Bogdan Krutsko Town: Lviv Country: Ukraine Company name: Comfortbud Design Institute Work: Senior Architect Website: www.comfortbud.ua

The Site Ukrainian Carpathians are part of the Eastern Carpathians mountain range, is a land of fabulous mountain scenery. Mountains have soft contours; high, rounded peaks and alternate with the wooded mountain slopes and valleys. In this wonderful place there is the site.

Khrystyna Sorokina T own: Lviv Country: Ukraine Company name: Comfortbud Design Institute Work: 3D Engineer Website: www.comfortbud.ua

The Aim The construction process has a huge impact particularly in the natural environment. The project aim is to minimize the influence on the surroundings and preserve natural slopes of the Carpathian Mountains. Concept In order to solve the problem of destroying the natural slope, we offer to place walls above ground level, attaching them to poles firmly fixed in the mountains. Floor of the house in turn hung on the walls as a shelf in a drawer. Construction The entire element is divided into smaller fragments for easy transportation and installation. Fragments are manufactured at a plant off-site and then are brought to the site and assembled into one unit as a construction toy.

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Mauricio Tejedor Puga

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I am from Cadiz, a city at Southern Spain, facing the Atlantic Ocean. Graduate arquitect by the University of Granada; having studied a year at the UniversitĂ degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienzaâ€?. I have worked as an intern architect at a local architecture office and as a technician at the Land Registry Office in Rota, Spain. Nowdays, I am working as a freelancer, developing small projects and competitions. From the kind of living in Southern Spain arise the intermediate spaces, which are neither exterior nor interior, but both at the same time.

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They are covered insides, open outsides, courts, porches... The House pretends to be an intermediate space for living. Housing functions (sleeping, cooking, having lunch, washing...) are placed into a few prefabricated modules that are combined, following a predetermined reticle, to give different solutions. The space between those modules is the intermediate space. This space is covered in order to protect from the rain and the sun, and it is delimited with glass, which can be opened or closed when it is needed. We protect the whole set with a porous skin, which prevents the sun from warming in excess in summer, and allows the wind to refresh the housing. As our grandparents wisely did, this skin will be painted in white, in order to reflect solar radiation. And it will be opened in the right points, to allow the sights or the crossing.

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Findelbloc

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We are FindelBloc Architects, a architectural studio established in Pontevedra(Spain) by Mariano and Mónica Sánchez Blanco. We work at all scales and all sectors from architecture and urbanism to furniture and interior design, temporary installations, stands, graphic design.... We recognize that every project has a different personality and structure. Our approach creates buildings and spaces that maintain a close relationship between the context of the project and the client’s requirements.

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We have been finalists in several architectural and design competitions. Our work for the competition ¨Designing the future¨, under the name ¨Mondo House¨, is built with 13 modules of 3,40 meters x 3,40 meters. The design is based on two very clear points, economic and ease of transport, and assembly. With a simple construction system it is possible to build the house in the origin or destination thanks to a dry joint assembly based on the Japanese buildings. This way, the assembly can be done practically by any person without training in carpentry. Long-term flexibility has also been designed in the project. The design can be easily adapted to varying space availability. If the house were to grow and more modules were to be added, all spaces can be allocated to another position in the plan if necessary, given their autonomous “box in box” quality. The interstitial space that joins the modules transforms according to the comfort and the use of his inhabitants, turning into a solar sensor during the winter, greenhouse effect, and transforming in a covered patio linked to the garden during the sunny seasons. Energetically efficient construction. One of the targets of the design of the house has been to minimize the needs of heating and cooling of a passive way. Autosufficient architecture using accessories of low consumption, collection of rainwaters for his reuse, natural ventilation, solar panels or wind turbines, simple systems of environmental control. Web: www.findelbloc.com

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Laura Mancini Lorenzo Domenicali Simone Gualandi Italy

Laura Mancini (1981, Lugo, Italy) graduated as architect at the University of Ferrara, with a degree thesis about urban development governance in Santiago de Chile. She began her professional path in Spain in Valencia, where she lived for about three years. Back to Italy in 2009, she has worked with several architectural firms, gaining interdisciplinary experiences in multiple scales. Since 2012, she opened her own studio in Imola, working on architectural and interior design for several residential projects for private customers. Lorenzo Domenicali (1986, Castel San Pietro, Italy) graduated as architect at the “Alma Mater Studiorum”, University of Bologna, with a degree thesis about urban and architectural composition in L’Aquila in 2011. His working experience began in the 2009 as collaborator with many local firms. In 2011 he opened his own studio in Imola, working on architectural visualization and architectural design for several residential renovations.

Different functional modules drive our idea, generating multiple kinds of architecture depending on the type of aggregation. A compact house can become a “patio” house, a “T” house, or a Duplex one, keeping the same structural concept. The smallest residential unit measures 97 sqm gross floor area. Suggested exposure for each design can reduce energy consumption. The chosen building system is composed of multilayer wooden panels, with steel reinforcement where necessary. Our houses are designed to be built in Emilia-Romagna, so we have a selection of finishes to accommodate for the features of different areas: rural, hilly, urban and maritime. A unique prefabricate system can satisfy different housing needs depending on the geographical context. The living area is built from the same module for every type of design and is composed of a large living room with kitchen and a service area with bathroom and laundry, connected to the entrance. The sleeping area is made of different modules according to type and dimension of the house.

Simone Gualandi (1986, Medicina, Italy) graduated as architect at the “Alma Mater Studiorum”, University of Bologna with a degree thesis about urban and architectural composition on reconstruction after L’Aquila earthquake. He began his professional path as collaborator for several local firms, working on architectural and interior design and building permits.

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Niccolò Bani Fanny Ballotti

Italy

Niccolò Bani, born in Montevarchi (AR) on 7th of April 1989, attended Liceo Scientifico “G. Galilei” in Siena and then he registered at the Department of Architecture “Biagio Rossetti” in Ferrara in 2008, where he graduated Cum Laude in July 2013, with the Thesis “Sani open military base: strategies in the course of time for the re-use of the ex-military area in Bologna” (Supervisor: Prof. Arch. Nicola Marzot, Assistant Supervisor: Prof. Arch. Giuseppe Saponaro). Architect, qualified for the profession on 11th of February 2014 and admitted to the Association of Architects of Arezzo since May 2014. He collaborates with Architectural firms mostly dealing with energy improvement. Fanny Ballotti, born in a Scandiano (RE) on 23rd of January 1990, attended Liceo Scientifico “A. Tassoni” in Modena, then she registered at the Department of Architecture “Biagio Rossetti” in Ferrara in 2008, where she graduated Cum Laude in October 2013, with the Thesis “Concordia sulla Secchia: the historic “Long Portico” aggregate. From the laser scanner survey, to the typological study, to the analysis of damage and to the structural indications in the aftermath of the 2012 earthquakes” (Supervisor: Prof. Arch. Riccardo Dalla Negra, Prof. Ing. Andrea Giannantoni, Assistant Supervisor: Arch. Marco Zuppiroli). Architect, qualified for the profession on 11th of February 2014 and admitted to the Association of Architects of Modena since March 2014. Se collaborates with Architectural and Engeneering firms mostly dealing with to architectural restauration and structural reinforcement.

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The project suggests a solution for sustainable living, focusing on “adaptability” of buildings. It affirms the incompatibility between standard living models and contemporary needs, introducing the idea of “Life cycle assessment”, a method that takes into account a set of interactions that a product or service has on the environment, considering its entire life cycle that includes the stages of pre-production, manufacturing, distribution, use, recycling and final disposal. In our opinion, sustainable development of construction and building process must consider this scenario and for this reason we believe that sustainability should be investigated in this sector, creating an organism able to change in the course of time and able to reduce its environmental impact. So our project develops the concept of sustainability proposing a module which pledges a low energy consumption during all his nominal life, since production to disposal. In particular, a great energy saving is achievable when the house changes aggregations, thanks to its assembling-dismantling wood modules, not forcing people to find another one or to build another one. Through the assembling of this modules it is possible to shape many types of aggregation, according to the needs of people and context.

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Carlos Antonio Gonzalez Aleman

Spain

Key skills Friendly and hard-working person. Dynamic and careful with details. Able to work as part of team or on my own initiative. Extensive experience with architectural projects, details. Managed work in a team of designers Professional experience for 10 years in Spain Proeficiency in 2D/3D in ArchiCAD 16, 2D in autoCAD, Art-lantis R , Photoshop CC, Word and Excel. Power Point. EXPERIENCE IN ARCHICAD 17 YEARS. ARCHITECT ( MASTER ARCHITECT ) in Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de la Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Canary Islands. Spain. Diploma of Master Architect, specialisation architecture and urbanism. Building and urban planning CAREER Juan Anaya Architect, · architect - draftsman with during 2 years. HousindResidential HISTORY 1.999-2001. Architecture assistant at Architecture and Interior Design office. Refurbishment project with Layout, Eletrics and Hydraulics. Details of furnitures, bathrooms, kitchens, floors, walls and façades of houses and shops. Master Maherma Architects, · architect -draftsmanwith during 2 months. 70 Residentials Architect Villas. Housing Residential. Finish 2006 Lemon Architects as Architect. Real Estate Reform. 2007 Lemon Architects as Architect. Private Housing. 600 sqm. 2007-2008 Lemon Architects as Architect. Rain Tank. Designer interior . 20072008 Me to Me Architects as Architect. Housing Design. Designer interior. 3D 2007-Until Now. Expert Gesvalt as Architect. Valuer . 2007-2013. Housing, Commercial, Lands,… Valuer Tecnitasa as Architect. Valuer . 2007-2012. Housing,

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Commercial, Lands,… Tasibérica as Architect. Valuer . 2007-2008. Housing, Commercial, Lands,… Arquitasa as Architect. Valuer . 2008-2011. Housing, Commercial, Lands,… Architecture assistant at Architecture and Interior Design office( very years ). Details of furnitures, bathrooms, kitchens, floors, walls and façades of houses and shops. Planner-Landscape COMPETITION EL ISTMO Y EL FRENTE DEL LEVANTE DE LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA ( WATERFRONT ) COMPETITION ABOUT HOTEL ROOM NEWSPAPER BASA COMPETITION CULTURAL SPACE COLLEGE ARCHITECT OF SPAIN International COMPETITION LIVING ROOM NEW YORK OF JANA LEO ( PRINCETON)

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Giuseppe Maria Fanara

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365 Architetti

Italy

365Architetti si spende fortemente in un’architettura dove convivono valori Etici e canoni Estetici. Il gruppo ritiene imprescindibile nel proprio percorso professionale valorizzare la qualità spaziale e la sostenibilità anche attraverso la sperimentazione e il recupero della tradizione. Questo approccio è amplificato delle diverse esperienze lavorative maturate dai componenti di 365A, dando vita ad una realtà dove attraverso il dialogo si sviluppa un modus operandi collettivo. 365A dalla sua fondazione prosegue nella crescita professionale partecipando a concorsi di idee sul territorio nazionale e collaborando con altri studi e gruppi di progettazione per attività all’estero. Accanto all’attività progettuale lo studio partecipa all’organizzazione di attività culturali e di formazione. www.365architetti.it

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Aggregazione di moduli prefabbricati, pareti mobili che consentono di trasformare la zona giorno in zona studio o notte. Sommando le metrature degli ambienti generabili si amplificano le superfici. Diverse forme di aggregazione danno vita a spazi comuni e terrazze. Telai in acciaio sospendono le unità per ottenere aree coperte per bici e auto. Per ridurre i costi sono previste solamente tre tipologie di modulo, sempre trasportabili da un solo autocarro e adattabili alle esigenze attraverso gli arredi. La struttura è in legno, come gli arredi interni, la pelle esterna è in zinco per gli appartamenti e in policarbonato per la zona parcheggio. Particolarmente adatta per villaggi turistici o case vacanza: la prefabbricazione, la modularità e la trasformabilità sono elementi chiave nelle residenze temporanee. Si ottimizzano i costi di produzione e l’uso dei materiali, aumenta il riciclo/riuso degli scarti. La produzione dei rifiuti in cantiere è ridotta al minimo. Pannelli fotovoltaici integrati alla copertura consentono all’abitazione di essere energicamente autosufficiente.

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Carlo Carbone

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Miguel Bermudez Astillero

Spain

Miguel Bermudez Astillero, Spanish architect.

The concept of W-house is a group of variations based in a unity of 1,2 m with a basic form is of 3,60m cube. This system can assume a large number of variations in the basic form, this makes the system easy to transport and manufactured in the factory. And also make easy to control the details in the consttuction, to achive a better energy efficiency. The W-House design is based on the orientation of the volume, for better lighting, cover parts with the upper volume, and have more hours of sunshine on the mixed solar panels. The environment for the design is dry weather of central Spain, south of Madrid with variations of temperature ranges from -5 째 in winter to 40 째 in summer. The deck is designed to have an air chamber opened at two points. One in the lower part and one on the highest part of the roof. When the sun impacts on the deck, forms a continuous ventilation below the roof, thats prevents overheating of the house.

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LABORATORIO DI ARCHITETTURA

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Andrea Rinaldi graduated in Architecture in Florence in ’91. Currently he is a Researcher and Professor in Architectural and Urban Composition at the University of Architecture of Ferrara. Roberta Casarini graduated in Architecture in Florence in ’90. Pietromaria Davoli graduated in Architecture in Florence in ‘90. Currently he is a Full Professor in Architectural Technology and the Director of the ArchitectureEnergy research centre at the University of Architecture of Ferrara. In 2000 they founded Laboratorio di Architettura; the company deals with planning and research in the areas of urban and architectural design and the relationship between architecture and energy. Recent works: Gonzaga gardens (2006), Housing highly energy efficient (2009), Low carbon office “TrentoTrieste13” (2009), Zero carbon refurbishment “Brennone21”, Casanova EA8 (2012). Recent Prizes and competitions: CASANOVA EA8 Sustainability Prize 2013, School complex in Pontenuovo First Prize 2010, Trentotrieste13 – Giancarlo Ius Gold Medal finalist (Capocchin Prize) www.labarch.it

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EASY is thought as an easy system: but what will appear easy will be the result of a carefull study of the organizational models of the production process. EASY is thought as a flexible system with nonbinding rules that originate different architectures and aggregations and with the possibility to change building skin, adapting each time to the belonging context. EASY is thought as a bank that contains people, energy and raw materials. A home for the comfort able to produce more energy than it consumes and to keep raw materials for later reuse. EASY looks at things in four rigorous concepts that define its identity: Prefabrication: the reduction of costs, execution times and amount of gray energy during production are the primary goals; Sustainability, EASY preserves the most valuable resources for the future, uses natural materials or materials recoverable, produces more energy than it consumes;Aggregation: the typological and construtive characteristics enable horizontal and vertical combinations according to schemes each time adapted for the landscape. Design: EASY is designed without interior walls: the articulation of volumes, patios and living spaces allows a way of life more free and customizable.

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Pedro Vega Lerin

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Pedro Vega Lerín Occupation: Architect. City of residence: Las Palmas de G.C. Canary island, Spain. Study’s specialization: Architectural Building degree by ETSAM (Hihg Tecnique Architectural School of Madrid )

My project’s concept is very simple:b e able storing, transporting and building houses with the formula of ”do it yourself”, as a well-known Swedish furniture multinational. To do so, three requirements are necessary: 1. Few constructive small elements. 2. Execution by ordinary tools. 3. Possibility of multiple design variations. Given that in matters of finishes, partitions and carpentry, these requirements already exist in practice, my design has focused on the structural elements of the building, floors and structural walls, that are constructed in the same manner: basically, by screwing the same modular elements.

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Mayra Cecilia Posada Salazar

Mexico

Are a group of architecture students from the Metropolitan University of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon located in Mexico, composed Cecilia Posada Mayra Salazar, Gabriel Garza Torres, Banuelos Cinthia Elizabeth Rangel, Enrique Alonso Rodriguez TreviĂąo our group is interested in sustainability and the correct use of the space for any project, achieving this. With our knowledge from architecture currently working each of the four members in different architectural firms, all have a common goal which is based on end our career in architecture to contribute to our society right way.

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Renova House is located in Monterrey, MĂŠxico and We are implementing sustainable construction techniques . We are using wooden columns , OSB and waste materials that can be found in our city dumps and can be used for self build . Our lighting used techniques is based on chlorine , water and plastics, with savings using the public energy .

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Alessandro Raccagni Alessandra Beribe

Italy

Arch. Alessandro Raccagni, born 17/05/77, graduated at Università di Firenze, work in Fermo and Ravenna Arch. Alessandra Beribè, born 21/03/69, graduated at Università di Pescara, work in Fermo.

Through two functional modules, one living area, fixed, and the other one for sleeping, placeable in 4 different locations, it’s possible to provide 4 different types of houses, on the basis of the user’s needs and the morphological characteristics of the place where it will be built. Starting from a series of panels that form a structure, which form the outer walls, each the same for all of the different configurations, depending on how they are arranged, you get the 4 housing solutions. The result aims to be a product energetically nearly-zero-emission, modular, expandable and customizable according to the needs of the customer. External and internal dialogue, therefore, in an idea of home life that includes a new contact with the surrounding environment.

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MBSTUDIO

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Marius Marcu – Lapadat – architect at MB Studio, Bucharest, Romania

Bokos Krisztina Maria -architecture student at VIA University Denmark, currently an intern at MB studio, Bucharest, Romania.

We propose in our project a Single Design Module (16, 5 m²: 406cmX406cm), with the help of which a great variety of plans can be achieved. The Module is to be assembled on site and it consists of prefabricated elements: wall, floor/roof. The innovative thing that we bring into this project is a great number of façade panel finishes inspired from the Traditional Romanian Architecture. With the use of these, the dwelling can belong, without giving up its modern look, to different areas in the country: Mountains, Delta etc. The Modules were design in such a way that a low energy building is easily put together.

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Alessandro Zuanni

Italy

Alessandro Zuanni, born in Trento in 1987. Master’s Degree in Architecture and Building Engineering at the University of Trento and member of the Architects of Trento. Since 2009 I work with some architectural firms in the province of Trento, supporting the professional practice with moments of architectural research and design in national and international competitions. Since 2014, without leaving the collaborations, I am freelance architect.

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The concept of “House C�, thought to alpine context, is constituted by two horizontal slabs in which is inserted a pure volume, the habitable space. This allows to control solar gains during the year and at the same time provide views of the surrou ding landscape. The terraces and loggias are intergrative parts of private interior spaces and natural continuation outwards. The building is constructed with a modular cell of 350 x 795 cm further broken down into sections of 175 x 795 cm to ensure portability.

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Maria Ines Sosa Ballarin Cristian

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SOSA MARIA INES Born in San Nicolรกs (Argentina) in 1990. Graduated from UNR Universidad Nacional de Rosario - FAPyD in 2014. Lives in Rosario. Currently specializing in Landscape Design and is attending a scenography workshop. Web page: arqmariainessosa.wix.com/portfoliopersonal BALLARIN CRISTIAN Born in Venice (Italy) in 1983. Graduated from IUAV Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia - Urban Planning in 2010. Lives in Rosario. Currently works for Architect Jose Pablo Mehaudy and specializes in Landscape Design. Web page: cristianballarinarch.wix.com/architect

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When we began to project, we thought of a typical family. Then we set certain objectives toachieve greater sustainability possible through a dry construction, lowering significantly energycosts. The modulated factory-produced structure in wood, allows customization of modules not only intheir disposition but also in their colors. Unlike traditional construction, the manufacturing of the structures and modules directly in thefactory allows greater promptness, as they can be moved and mounted easily and quickly. It has been thought as a compact design that provides good adaptation in anywhere both in the urban and suburban areas of the city. The fact that the house is modulated also allows to take into consideration of the specific orientation of the place.

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Felipe Alejandro Ortega Nunez

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LOCATION – CHILE Chile, a catastrophe-prone country. According to statistics published by the Ministry of Housing, it is estimated that due to recent earthquakes and forest fires that have affected parts of Chile in the last five years, more than 250 thousand houses have been severely damaged or totally destroyed. Are natural disasters the country´s only unresolved issue regarding public housing? No because, according to official statistics, there also exists a deficit of 500 thousand houses for low- and midlevel income groups. This means that, over the last five years, the country has accumulated a total deficit of 750 thousand houses while the response to this issue has been to build an average of 110 thousand social housing units a year between 2002 and 2012. At this rate of construction, before the housing deficits produced by previous catastrophes are solved, it is highly likely that Chile will be struck again by an earthquake. Several “announcements” have been made regarding such an event. The rate of housing construction is a critical problem in a country that has more than nine different climatic zones distributed across a territory that is 4,270 kilometers long. An additional difficulty lies in the fact that Chile is a country that is 85% rural.

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Luis Marin Fariza

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Matteo Biella

Italy

Matteo Biella was born in Alzano Lombardo in 1988. He earns his high school diploma in a scientific school but his interests have always been more related to the artistic and architectural world. He therefore enrolls at the faculty of civil architecture at Politecnico di Milano. During his 2nd year he gets an Erasmus scholarship that will bring him abroad the following year in San Sebastian (Spain, Basque country). After his return, he graduates in 2011 at Politecnico di Milano and at the same year he decides to gain experience in the architectural field working as an intern in Shanghai (China) for some local architectural offices. After 2 years in Shanghai he comes back to Europe to pursue a ““master of science”“ at TU Delft University of Technology, in the Netherlands, with specialization in parametric architecture. He just started his graduation thesis with a project in Bandung (Indonesia) which will try to investigate how simple wooden structures can be used to rehabilitate specific no man’s land in order to help them regaining their identities.

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My proposal aims to maximize prefabrication of modular elements and their fast assembly in the factory while proposing an innovative structural techique for the house. The production of these modular elements is fast and easy: a molding machine presses layers of plywood glued together to give to the elements a weaving profile. Hence many elements of this kind can be intertwined and locked in position creating modules of elements that again can be preassembled in the factory to create full vertical partitions and floor slabs ready to be put on site as a whole. The technique of intertwining elements, also known as reciprocal frame, saves on material, it reduces the overall weight of the structure while strenghetening it, due to the fact that loads and forces can dissipate on a much larger area. This fact enables the architect to position loadbering elements with much more freedom.

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ALT ARQUITECTURA

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A basic structural module of 2.88m long, 2.88m wide and 2.60m tall (8.3m² area) designed to be assembled in any way. 12 basic structural modules create a 99.6m² house. The structural module is obtained assembling Guadua section sand steel joints.Each frame has prefabricated units put together off site which can be stacked on a twoaxletruck.One house could be transported on 3 trucks,assembled on site, reducing construction times and costs, making it a viable option for low income families in remote locations. The structure’s basing lifts the house from the terrain, making it possible to be situated in any irregular topography also allowing to adjust any electric or plumbing problem. Geometry of the volumes enable internal spaces to breathe,and Guadua louvres filter direct sunlight achieving thermal comfort. Water is directed into gutters that make rain water flow into a recollection tank and the roof has solar panels for the electrical needs of the house.

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Elettra Pitacco Stefano Krevatin

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ELETTRA PITACCO Architect, I graduated at University of Trieste on 2007, I deal with urban and landscape planning and design. Lately I’m interested in temporary exhibitions and installations in the public sector. I am sensitive to the themes of sustainability and energy saving. STEFANO KREVATIN Italian native, I graduated in Architecture at University of Trieste. Since 2006 I’ve worked as designer for many projects, range over many fields, from urban-landscape to residencial/ prefabricated commercial buildings. In the last years I start to work on temporary exhibitions and design contest.

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The structure arises from a modular, repeatable and assembled system to create a different solution for interior spaces and facade. The compositional process is designed to bring a lot of architectural solutions, which merges simplicity of costruction, sustainability and innovation. The project identifies the living area as light s storage space while the sleeping area is designed to hold on the storage energy.

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Ruben Hernandez Fernandez

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I am a Spanish architect, having graduated in Architecture in 2009 from the Higher Technical University College of Architecture in La Coruùa (Spain). I have been working in Rafael Moneo’s studio for five years. My time here has allowed me to see our profession from an urban perspective, with an historicalsensibility, as well as free of iconic ambitions. It has also fostered my interest in Moneo´s theoreticalwork, allowing me to approach the architecture history without stylistic prejudice.

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The house refers to the roman courtyard house, which has generated a lot of interpretations of this typology along the history. It is found a great diversity of climates, landscapes and cultures in Spain, so courtyard house is a perfect type to be adapted to every region. The project design is generated from agrid which helps us to set up a series of basic repetitive elements/modules. The grid turns into a checkerboard where the boxes of a color are the courtyards and the other ones the rooms of the house.

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Irene Nervi Claudio Parisi

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Irene Nervi (Roma, 3 Dicembre 1955). Si è laureata nel gennaio 1984 in Restauro dei Monumenti presso la Facoltà di Architettura, Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza“e nel maggio 1984 ha superato l’esame di Stato per l’abilitazione alla professione nella stessa Università. Claudio Parisi nato a Roma il 15-03-1956 Diploma arte applicata sezione architettura d’ interni

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Sono state progettate quattro tipologie di case prefabbricate in legno: - Casa prefabbricata con copertura piana avente la possibilità di avere varie distribuzioni interne mantenendo la stessa tipologia planimetrica. Sulla copertura sono collocate le pellicole solari allo scopo di renderla autonoma ed ecosostenibile. - Casa prefabbricata in legno con copertura piana su terreno in pendio avente le stesse caratteristiche di quella precedentemente descritta. - Casa prefabbricata in legno a due piani. Mantiene la stessa tipologia planimetrica delle precedenti ed ha il corpo scale centrale completamente vetrato e con la funzione anche di serra solare. - Casa prefabbricata in legno con tetto a falda in cui la serra solare è situata nella parte terminale del salone a doppia altezza quest’ultimo collegato tramite scala alla zona notte. Anche in questo caso sono previste pellicole solari sulla copertura allo scopo di rendere la casa completamente autonoma ed ecosostenibile.

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Piergiorgio Angius Alessandro Matteu

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Piergiorgio Angius si laurea a Cagliari nel 2009 in Ingegneria Edile-Architettura con la tesi “Edge Architecture nelle pieghe del tempo” in cui studia l’ipotesi di inserimento del tipo urbano Edge city nell’area vasta di Cagliari. Successivamente muove i primi passi nella professione partecipando a concorsi di idee pubblici con un team di progettazione ben collaudato negli anni universitari. Nel febbraio 2012 si diploma a pieni voti nel RSP (research study program) Master in Sustainable Architecture presso lo IED di Torino sotto la guida dell’architetto Mario Cucinella e dello studio professionale MC Architects. Svolge un tirocinio di 4 mesi presso lo studio Taranta Creations a Shanghai e uno di 6 mesi presso lo studio Arriola & Fiol Arquitectes a Barcellona. Negli ultimi mesi ha seguito un corso di alta formazione organizzato dall’Ordine degli Ingegneri di Cagliari dal titolo “Sustainable Design and Urban Planning – Planning”.

CUBO è il progetto di un modulo componibile prefabbricato con struttura portante in legno di dimensioni 5x5x3m. Il concept si basa sul miglior compromesso tra forma, modularità e capacità di assemblaggio, nonché la semplicità di prefabbricazione e montaggio in opera. La nostra scelta progettuale è finalizzata alla connessione dei moduli per ottenere il miglior rapporto superficie/volume e allo stesso tempo una composizione e distribuzione degli spazi interni ordinata e organizzata al meglio per il confort abitativo ottimale. Le chiusure esterne del modulo sono progettate secondo i bisogni degli utenti e le caratteristiche climatiche dell’area mediterranea e in particolare la Sardegna. I materiali isolanti utilizzati sono il sughero e la lana di pecora, con chiaro riferimento alla produzione industriale di questi in Sardegna. La combinazione tra questi e le strategie passive riducono consistentemente il fabbisogno energetico dell’intera abitazione.

Alessandro Matteu si laurea a Cagliari nel 2012 in Ingegneria Edile-Architettura con la tesi “Osmotic Gateway – Il nuovo terminal navi di linea del porto di Cagliari” in cui presenta un ipotetico scenario futuro per il porto di Cagliari. Subito dopo la laurea si cimenta in concorsi di idee pubblici e nella libera professione. Attualmente collabora come topografo con un team di progetto per opere stradali e infrastrutturali. È inoltre progettista e fondatore dello “Studio Archide” a Cagliari. Entrambi sono Ingegneri abilitati e regolarmente iscritti presso l’Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Cagliari.

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Q PROJECT

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Team of young Sicilian women Engineers, we have been together since the University courses of Architectural Engineering in Catania. We have great interest in all features of architecture, exploring the traditional notions FIRMITAS, UTILITAS, VENUSTAS for a new balance. Our activity covers architecture, interior design, town planning and building structure. In the project the goal of simplicity, as resolved complexity, has been set at all stages.

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The location of the residential unit is on the slopes of Etna in a climatic zone C. The design idea consists of a rectangular module of 2.5x5 m, which is thought as a C-shaped structure. The module, consisting of three wooden panels (horizontal and vertical) and two columns, allows aggregations on each side (perpendicular, parallel, sliding, overlay) offering infinite architectural options. Eight modules has been arranged covering a gross area of 100 m2. Aggregations and layouts were determined by orientation and exposure.

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Igor Churakov

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The developer of the project -the innovative enterprise “Bureau of Environmental Design� integrates teachers and students of the Voronezh architectural and construction university and the Voronezh technical university. Our product is a web-orientated computer-aided design of lowrise houses EveryCAD. The system gives out a unique product because considers semantics and topology of different locations of a low-rise house. Key parameters are for this purpose entered, further there is a framing, an assessment, comparing of options and finishing of the required decision. The product is expected developers, the housebuilding enterprises, architectural studios and private customers. The project provided on competition gives the solution of basic model of a house and three modifications, with a total area of 100 sq.m. In central module of factory manufacture life support systems, ventilating and smoke removals, the builtin fireplace, the sanitary and kitchen equipment are placed. Perimeter of walls, baffles and overlapping modular wooden constructions. Basis of the planning solution of the house images of a children’s figure and an ancient Russian log hut five-wall.

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Laura Granchi

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Caterina Mucignat Ramon Pellicer Ausina

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CATERINA MUCIGNAT Pordenone, 1989.

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RAMON PELLICER AUSINA Valencia, 1985.

design your future The project: The constuction is made on modules: the pallets. Pallets are a standardized transportation system made of re-cycle material. Worldwide distributed, their utilization do avoid long transport routes. The basic material of a house is around 800 pallets. We thought that can be assembled in modular units (A,B,C,D) forming different size-tipe of houses. Everything is conceived as a modular and prefabricated system. The structure of the modules is wood and recycled pallets are used for unstructured walls , front panels, blinds and sunscreens. The use of additional material is reduced to the minimum. The space between the layers is used for the installation for water, heating and lightning. We thought of an insulation made by both ventilation and a mould of earth and straw, a very efficient and sustainable solution. Rain water is collected on one point of the roof, from where it is drained into a cistern. This bulk water is used for the toilets. The plans and sections of the houses are thought also in a way that cross ventilation can be possible. Our proposal is based on the rule of 3 R (recyclereuse-recycle) in order make the dwellings sustainable and ecological.

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Kapustin Pyotr Churakov Igor Kuznetsova Nasty Makarova Katya Russia

The author of the project - the student’s design bureau “Derzine” (Russia, Voronezh), integrates teachers and students of the Voronezh architectural and construction university.

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The project represents the solution of basic model of a house and three modifications, with a total area of 100 sq.m. In central module - life support systems, ventilation, the built-in fireplace, the sanitary and kitchen equipment are placed. Basis of the planning decision of the house images of a children’s figure and an ancient Russian log hut five-wall. There are various ways of group public and premises round a kernel of the house including a toilet, the storeroom, the built-in kitchen, heating, ventilating equipment, cases, a fireplace, the ladder block. Design decisions include, as in automotive industry, basic version of house and various ways of assembling, depending on the demanded area, number of rooms, orientation on parts of the world.

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Jacopo Ambrosini Matteo Dallagiacoma

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Jacopo Ambrosini: Born in Trento, architect graduated by the faculty of Architecture in Ferrara. He’s specilized in architectural, interior and product design, . In 2011 he won the first prize in the competition of ideas for the arrangement of Damino Chiesa’ssquare in Rovereto (TN). Matteo Dallagiacoma: Born in Trento, Doctor in Architecture and Civil Engineering establishes Bsidesign in 2010, a creative workshop where converge architectural, interior and product design. This is the result of the partnerships with different companies based in Trentino, with whom he had the possibility to experiment materials and manufacturing technics. In 2013, after the collaboration with an artisan, he’s been selected as designer for “Open Design Italia”, and for “Fuorisalone2014”where he presents his collection “Bside”.

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We are going to settle our architectural proposal is the alpine area, in the middle of the Dolomites. We took the typical archetype of mountains hut and simplified it using pure shapes and extremely functional solutions. The modularity is the most important issue. We defined different volumes type, divided by function, furniture and windows location, all based on a 60cm square dimension, giving us no aligning problems and a lot of flexibility. That’s why we are able to create many different aggregation adaptable to different numbers of people or different sites. We choose cross-laminated timber panels as structural core, to achieve a faster, greener and highly prefabricated building process. Moreover, we can aspect high performance of insulation with the help of wooden fiber. Other sustainable solutions that we embrace are such as photovoltaic pannels to give green energy to the house, a geothermal heating system connected to radiant floors, water recovering that supply not drinkable water home usage.

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Matteo Pistoletti

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Matteo Pistoletti was born in the 1975 and lives in Cavaria con Premezzo. Graduated in Architecture in 2000 he started approaching about green buildings in the 2007. In the 2012 he designed a sustainable building in Azzio: it is a dairy farm built with timber frame structure, external walls made by jumbo straw bales and green roof.

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Pistoletti’s “Designing the Future� house is a compact building with a good efficient ratio between volume and surface. The composition of the rooms allows have a small corridor for space optimization. Floor, walls, and roof are made by modules designed on a 2 meters net for factory prefabrication. All modules are made with a timber frame and boards (OSB, fiber cement) or wooden plank, and cellulose fiber as an insulator. Prospects are designed in order for the building to have as much solarlight as possible. Roof is made of earth and grass to increase insulation and preserve rain.

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Giacomo Rapisarda

Italy

Giacomo Rapisarda Nato Catania il 10 febbraio 1976 sono laureato in Ingegneria Edile Architettura presso l’Università degli Studi di Catania. Collaboro con uno studio di ingegneria, dove mi occupo della redazione di progetti architettonici.

La mia idea progettuale nasce dalla individuazione di un modulo di riferimento, da questo utilizzando i suoi multipli individuo due involucri, uno delle dimensioni di 4,00 X 5,00 mt. dove colloco la zona soggiorno ed ingresso e un secondo modulo delle dimensioni di 8,00 X 5,00 mt. che utilizzo per individuare l’area giorno e la zona notte. Lo stesso modulo mi permette di collocare le partizioni interne e il rivestimento che sarà realizzato con doghe in legno come da particolari costruttivi inseriti nella tavola di progetto.

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Giovanni Ferrarese Zanconato Mauro

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Giovanni Ferrarese, Architetto IUAV 2001, attivo dal 1992, si occupa di progettazione architettonica, ristrutturazione, arredamento, design del mobile. Svolge attività di consulenza per la ricerca e lo sviluppo del prodotto presso aziende di produzione del mobile e del settore dellalavorazione ed estrazione del marmo. L’orientamento professionale è rivolto alla ricerca e all’operatività nell’ambito della qualità del progetto, inteso come sintesi dell’interpretazione in ottica contemporanea di modelli di riferimento storici, artistici e culturali.

Il progetto fortemente legato alla zona culturale del basso veronese evidenzia la necessità di un rapporto architettonico, funzionale alle condizioni climatiche, in particolare estive ed all’esterno/intorno dell’abitazione. La grande tettoia tecnologica “indipendente” è architettonicamente e formalmente indispensabile a dialogare con i volumi dell’abitazione e con l’esterno.

Zanconato Mauro, Ingegnere strutturista laureato a Padova nel 95, abilitato alla professione a Padova nel 95, iscritto all’Ordine Ingegneri di Verona nel 95. Eseguo progettazione architettonica e strutturale, nonchè consulenze su sicurezza, prevenzione incendi, acustica negli edifici, risanamento energetico, edifici NZEB, realizzazione di edifici certificati CASACLIMA.

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Simone Mosè Boffi

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Simone Mosè Boffi, nato a Teramo e all’età di 26 anni consegue la Laurea di 2° livello in Disegno Industriale; conseguita presso l’Università di Roma “ Sapienza ”, Facoltà di Architettura Ludovico Quaroni. Selezionato dall’ Universtità “La Sapienza” tra le miglior Tesi 2011, circa la progettazione e realizzazione di un redesign dello strumento Theremin. Gli interessi sono molteplici, come le discipline orientale legate alle scienze quantistiche di concezione occidentale, alla liuteria in tutte le sue forne, il disegno a mano libera e assistito da computer, arrivando fino alla botanica e all’alpinismo mettendo in primo piano il contatto con la madre terra in tutte le sue varianti. Simone è freelance, collabora con varie aziende e concorsi di progettazione arrivando al 1° posto del concorso internazionale Design Cone Evolution premio di fattibilità. Si occupa di design di interni e sound design realizzando video musicali, presenti in rete e deposita brevetti nazionali sulla liuteria e enogastronomia. www.concreteconcept.it

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Milena Tribbia

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Thu Ha Nguyen

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Fabio Santarossa

Italy

I graduated at the IUAV in Venice in 2005 and I work as freelancer with several architectural firms in Italy.

The concept for this house is to extend the inner space on outdoor, through terraces, solar gardenroof and a porch.

I have received several prizes and awards in international competitions in architecture, design and art.

Those elements optimize the active and passive use of the solar radiation, giving covered areas to live outside.

I carry out dissemination activities and research in the field of digital design with peculiar attention to the relationship between new technologies and selfproduction(3d printing-Digital fabrication).

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Ana Castano Lorenzo

Spain

Hello! We are Ana, Isis and Mario (human, kitten, human). We are from Salamanca and Guadalajara, two small cities in Spain. We have studied Architecture in Valladolid. During our time in University we have participated in several contests and exhibitions, and our work has been exhibited in places like Beijing or Manchester.

Our project for “Designing the Future” is a house that can be adapted to any place in Spain. Spain is a country with many different landscapes and climates from North to South. That’s why we wanted a house that could integrate in any of these landscapes. As a result of this way of thinking, our house has three constructive layers that can change depending on where in Spain we are. We also wanted a sustainable and ecological house, so we chose local materials and a constructive system that takes advantage of cheap and natural ventilation system, so we don’t waste money and resources in complex and expensive solutions.

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Enrico Melchior Nicola Melchior

Italy

Arch. Enrico MELCHIOR Born in Gemona del Friuli (Italy) in 1957. Graduated in 1983 in Architecture at IUAV, in Venice. Nicola MELCHIOR Born in Gemona del Friuli (Italy) in 1990. Since 2009 he is being studying Architecture at the University of Udine. Among the several branches that constitute Architecture and Design, he is particularly interested in wooden building design and branding design.

The idea comes from the need to restrict the horizontal expansion of the cities, allowing the construction of single-family houses, without a massive use of the land. The Tower House perfectly matches any setting, from the urban one to the suburban one, or even the rural one. It consists of four floors above ground connected by a staircase; on the ground floor we can find the hall and the kitchen; on the first and second floor there are the living room and the master bedroom, both with their own bathroom; on the last floor we can find a two-people bedroom, and a room that can be used as a studio. The order of the floors can be changed in order to the needs and taste of the owner. The cladding can be chosen out of various options (wood, stone, plaster, etc.); in the same way, the roof can be a gable one, or a shed one, or a terrace covered by a pergola.

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Oscar Ulises Ramirez Hernandez

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M.reza H.seyafolahi

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Michele Slaviero

Italy

Opens own Studio in Vicenza in 1996 working to a many of fields of architecture: from residential to manufacturing, from city planning to the design of custom furniture. For several years, he is interested in wooden buildings, also realizing the 1st Casaclima Gold in Veneto. Attention to sustainability are combined with the constant pursuit of quality, such as attention to the objectives of client, and the respect and appreciation of the context.

The project has the target to configurate an houseprototype that wants to be, very comfortable, operational and practical, and from another hand high-performing with very low energy consumption (potentially below zero). Thanks to a careful project plan based on simple forms and compact volumes we can achieve a sensible cost reduction without limiting quality living standards. Thanks to the materials and construction techniques, in a way that can respect the freedom of customization and quality standards. All these standards can develop a good optimization in the production cycles, thanks to the synergy of all differents supply chain operators

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Studio UTC + 1

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Giulia Curletto is an architect, born in 1989 in Genoa. In May 2014 she became a member of “Studio UTC + 1”, a diffused architectural firm composed by architects and designers based all over the world which collaborate to participate in competitions and projects. Enrico Dalla Pietà, is an architect born in Venice in 1985. He’s member of “Studio UTC + 1”, diffused architectural firm that gathers professionals from around the world and pursues the theme of architectural and landscape design as a union of skills and experience from different parts of the world. Valeria Diminutto is an architect and designer born in Udine in 1987. She is a member of “Studio UTC + 1”, a diffused architectural firm composed by young professionals based all over the world that collaborate to participate in competitions and projects.

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Rubik aims to propose a series of differen compositions based on the same prefabricated wooden elements. Rubik is based on the identification of a virtual cubic volume framed by structural elements, that enclose a floorplan upon which a modular grid has been created. Above this floorplan grid, ivertical modular prefabricated walls are articulated, in order to break the compactness of the original cube, and proposing an infinite series of possible variations. The design strategy is divided into three fundamental processes. The first one is the definition of the supporting structure: the wooden structural frames placed outside the enclosure. The second process is based on the identification of the regular pitch of the structural elements, which leads to the definition of a square floorplan on which a regular grid has been identified. The last process involves the definition of modular walls, that can be freely placed along the grid, to create variation through the use of uniform elements.

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Alanood Shafagah Alenezi

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Nivo Design Studio

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Nivo Design Studio, founded in 2010 by Reza Motedayen and Niloufar Asadnejad, is an Iranian architectural design studio specializing in architecture, energy and sustainable design. The name, Nivo, stands for the french word Niveau (meaning an Architectural level), referring to different creativity levels of the practice. Throughout more than 4 years of project, competition and pedagogical experience, Nivo Design has continually expanded its capabilities through different fields of design, such as interior and industrial design. With already over 15 projects in Iran, the studio continues to expand its activities in the country and beyond borders.

The main design concept was inspired by old vernacular northern Iran’s buildings, and so aspects like 5 door living rooms, separated private and public spaces, peripheral second floor terrace and narrow east west extension design were considered. Modular design and climate considerations were important factors in Mazandaran’s traditional architecture. We designed the modules in 3 layers defining different aspects like structure, light penetration, isolation, air circulation and design flexibility. 12 cm wood panels connected with a hinge could be opened on railings with different angles allowing flexible facade and light penetration possibilities. Furthermore, closed panels could be used on floors and walls that need no sight and exterior lighting. The basic 117 x 117 cm square module is consisted of 18 wood panels. P.V. solar panels on the same modules on the roof could be remotely opened and rotated to absorb maximum solar energy while letting sunlight penetrate from the roof. It could also be used for natural air conditioning purposes by easing the air circulation from down to top in the house.

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Francesco Principi

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Agnese Nicchio Matteo Merli

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AGNESE NICCHIO (capogruppo) Nata a San Donà di Piave (VE) nel 1988. Dopo aver conseguito il diploma tecnico per geometri, si laurea in Produzione dell’Edilizia all’Università IUAV di Venezia. Nel 2014 consegue la Laurea Magistrale in Architettura presso la Facoltà di Ingegneria di Udine con una tesi sul tema dell’interior yacht design. Esprime la sua creatività partecipando a numerosi concorsi nazionali e internazionali. MATTEO MERLI Nato a Pordenone nel 1990. Durante gli studi liceali inizia ad appassionarsi all’ Architettura tanto da voler proseguire gli studi allo IUAV di Venezia. Nel 2012 consegue la Laurea in Scienze dell’Architettura e, nello stesso anno inizia il percorso di specializzazione in Paesaggio e Sostenibilità. E’ inoltre appassionato di fotografia e visualizzazione architettonica.

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Questo progetto fonda le sue basi sulla modularità intesa come occasione per trasformare pochi semplici elementi in una unità abitativa confortevole caratterizzata da linee geometriche essenziali e finiture personalizzabili. Questi elementi, combinati tra loro, coprono il vasto spettro delle esigenze dell’utente finale: dalla giovane coppia alla famiglia di tre/quattro persone, alla coppia di anziani; e nell’ipotesi futura in cui dovessero cambiare le esigenze, sarà sufficiente aggiungere uno o più moduli. Le combinazioni tra le unità che si possono ottenere sono innumerevoli. I moduli, la cui struttura portante è in xlam, sono dimensionati per essere trasportati in cantiere a coppie di due, in modo da ridurre i tempi e i costi di trasporto e di montaggio. L’abitazione è caratterizzata da una pianta rettangolare e, a seconda dell’esposizione e dell’orientamento si possono scegliere le tipologie di pannello più adatte per schermare o far penetrare i raggi solari.

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Yorge Cardoso

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My name is Jorge Cardoso and I´m from Coimbra, Portugal. I’m an architecture student in University of Coimbra I think we must address social issues because it is one huge problem. Architects should think in everything as public space or construction solutions. It is a job that should try to proportionate a better life to people.

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In my point of view every house must be dynamic. I think should be people who inhabit that transform according to their needs. The prefab house has a central service core. Around this core you have the bedrooms, living room and the kitchen. There are many sliding doors that allow opening or closing spaces. You can have different plan configurations, without ever changing the matrix and the essence of the module. The south facade has an sun control system made of wood. This system is almost invisible when open. This prefab house can also adapts to a single person or two a family with child: it can transform in a two levels apartment with a two (or more bedrooms) as you can see in the following drawings.

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Isabella Secchi

Italy

Isabella Secchi was born in Milan in 1986. During high school she spent one year in Sydney, Australia, then she attended the Polytechnic University of Milan in 2012, where she graduated in Interior Architecture and at the same time she obtained a Masters degree in Architecture and Archaeology, at Accademia Adrianea in Rome. She attended an international exchange in Florianopolis in Brazil, where she had been studying and working for a year. She took part in a workshop with Rintala & Eggertsson for the construction of a pavilion entirely made of wood, held in front of MAGA, the Gallarate Museum of Art. Since the end of 2012 she’s assistant designer in the studio of Giacomo Moor, where she is designing and building wooden furniture. She partecipate at Public Design Festival, during Salone del Mobile 2014, with KITchen, a project of street food. In may 2014 she moved to Brasil in Rio de Janeirol for a collaboration with the studio Jacobsen Arquitetura. http://makemade-studio.tumblr.com/

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The main idea is to use a modular structure in a wooden frame of 5m x 5m, with the possibility of being closed with wooden sandwich panels for the private space of the house such as bedroom and bathroom and be illuminate with thin horizontal and vertical windows. The public space of the house can be closed with glass openings characterized by a transverse support and by opening at 360 °. The square module can be aggregated into different types such as linear, square, elle .... The outside area present the possibility of add a terrace and coverage of 2.50 mx 5 m. Even the interior design features modular elements, such as a block of wood 60 cm deep that can become a kitchen or library and is used as a lining for the services. The wooden wall becomes an element of furniture, creating a space. Depend of the climate and the need of the owner you can close more or less the walls. The finishing of the house is caraterizied by the contrast between the wooden walls and the profile of windows lacquered black. The square shape allows to play with the lay of parquet, can be horizontal or vertical. The continuity between the interior and exterior through the use the same material.

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Domenico Cantone

Italy

Mi chiamo Domenico Cantone, sono residente a Parete (CE) nei pressi di Aversa (CE) dove è ambientato il mio progetto; Sono Laureato al corso triennale in Scienze dell’Architettura della Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli “Luigi Vanvitelli” di Aversa e sto per completare il percorso di studi nella Specialistica, al corso biennale in Progettazione degli Interni e per l’Autonomia alla medesima Università, dove ho terminato gli esami in regola e discuterò la Tesi ad ottobre. La mia idea iniziale è stata creare semplici forme geometriche. Ho assemblato queste forme per creare tante possibili soluzioni architettoniche. L’Oggetto del bando è la progettazione di abitazioni prefabbricate monofamiliari con struttura portante in legno, quindi il mio studio, fin dall’inizio, si è incentrato sul creare dei moduli che sul cantiere devono essere solo assemblati. Ho affrontato diversi percorsi, nella ricerca del migliore risultato finale, fino ad arrivare alla creazione di un modulo base con il quale c’è possibilità di creare volumi semplici e compatti e facilmente collegabili tra loro.Una volta creato il modulo, dando particolare importanza alla sua facilità di assemblamento in stabilimento, ho studiato a fondo la sua stratificazione e i materiali utilizzati dando particolare importanza all’eco-compatibilità, facilità di reperimento, e al luogo dove è ambientato il progetto cioè in Italy ad Aversa provincia di Caserta. In seguito, ho studiato le stratificazioni del tetto e dalle fondazioni fino al pavimento cosi da creare un progetto comple-

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to in ogni sua parte.Una volta studiato nel dettaglio le pareti, le fondazioni e il tetto giardino, sono passato alla fase successiva in cui ho creato una soluzione architettonica funzionale, compatta e che abbia ottime prestazioni energetiche. I moduli creati sono otto e sono stati pensati in modo da riuscire ad ottenere tante possibili soluzioni. Il progetto prevede un tetto giardino ventilato con il quale è possibile avere un’ampia superficie calpestabile e garantisce anche ottime prestazioni termiche e quindi di risparmio energetico. Inoltre sul tetto è previsto un impianto fotovoltaico che ricopre circa il 50% del fabbisogno giornaliero e un impianto per la produzione di acqua calda. Come il tetto giardino , anche pareti e pavimento sono ventilati al fine di creare un circolo d’aria che dal pavimento arriva fino al tetto per garantire ,non solo la difesa contro l’umidità, ma anche ottime prestazioni termiche. Per le pareti esterne è stato fatto uno studio su tanti tipi di materiali per avere prestazioni ottimali dal punto di vista termicoacustico, per le pareti interne, invece, in alcuni casi è stato utilizzato l’Osb da 4cm (ricoperto da Celenit N che ha ottime prestazioni termico-acustiche) perchè facile da lavorare e adattare, con possibilità di aggiungere più strati per differenti esigenze, (esigenze statiche o la necessità di dividere un ambiente da un altro). Sotto sono allegate la schede tecnica della Parete esterna con tutti i dati di Trasmittanza, Attenuazione, Sfasamento, ecc.

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Francisco Fernando Beltran Valcarcel

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Architect by the School of Architecture of the University of Seville (2010), throughout his career he has provided professional collaboration in different architectural studies. He has also participated in several architectural competitions and has developed multiple Research and Teaching support activities. In 2008 he was awarded second prize at the DETEA Foundation Awards for the Promotion of Industrial Architecture in Andalusia, in the category of intervention in historic industrial building, with his project Rehabilitation of the San Torcuato sugar factory in Guadix (Granada) as Summer Campus and Sugar Museum. During 20092010 he was awarded a scholarship from the Ministry of Education of the Government of Spain for the collaboration with the Department of Architectural History, Theory and Composition at the University of Seville. During 2012-2013 he attended the Masters in Sustainable City and Architecture at the University of Seville, and he is currently working on his Master’s Thesis. His work has been exhibited at the Antares Club in Seville (2008) and al the School of Architecture of the University of Castilla La Mancha in Toledo (2011). Similarly, his works have been published in the catalogs of these exhibitions as well as in various publications. He has participated with communications in congresses and seminars and he has also published several research articles in different journals.

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Since 2014 he works as a freelance and develops his research work on different lines and topics such as sustainability, city, territory,... as well as the architecture and urbanism of the Modern Movement. Patio is the articulator space in Mediterranean architecture. As the centerpiece of the home, patio is the basis of a whole architecture composition system (present from vernacular architecture to the Modern Movement) and the realization of man’s existential void space, a piece of paradise on Earth, in the words of philosopher María Zambrano. The courtyard became the essential core of the oldest building type in the history of architecture: the courtyard house. The proposed prefabricated wooden house patio is constructed by a system of laminated plywood panels, which is characterized by its speed of execution. In just five days the placement of facade panels, floors and roof runs. All walls are vented multilayer composites made of two layers of laminated plywood and insulation. Forging is likewise a multilayer panel of five layers of 120 mm. thick. A courtyard house built from three materials: wood, water and wonderful and intense Mediterranean light that tight space. Nothing more, nothing less....

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Cristian Romero

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Cristian Romero Beltran Professional Experience 2008 - 2011 Residential Architect Construcema S.A.S. 2012 - Current Construction Project Manager Construcema S.A.S. Jairo Posada Gomez 2008 - 2013 Architect Universidad Piloto de Colombia Professional Experience Jan 2012 idential Architect Arquitectura y Concreto S.A.S

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The modular social housing is proposed as an efficient, fast and economical solution to the housing needs of the location place (Buenaventura, Colombia) and can be easily replicated in other areas of the country or in the world. The dwelling is designed to be easy to build and offer flexibility in their distribution and growth depending on the needs of its inhabitants. The dwelling is composed of: a). The built-in-site module that contains the circulation and services areas. The module are diaphragm walls constructed of reinforced concrete that form the structural core and containing housing facilities. b). The prefabricated modules that contains the bedroom, dinning room and living areas. This modules are constructed from wood-frame system with native place woods and OSB boards. This way, to the buit-in-site module (structural core) are joined prefabricated modules forming several alternatives of spatial distribution and the dwellings are organized and fit together forming staircase-shaped that can be used as walkable or arable terraces generating different variations of housing.

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Adiel Enrique Ordonez

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My name is Adiel OrdoĂąez, i am 21 years old and i live in mendoza, argentina. I am a fourth- year student of the faculty of architecture, urbanism and design from the university of mendoza. I like drawing and building things since i was a child. my great imagination always helped me to solve any problem and perform any idea that i had.

m / s house is a family housing project located in mendoza, argentina. Based upon formal modulation basics,allows get different types of housing,with incorporating standardized blocks of industrial production. “m/s house invites you to discover an innovative idea in the way to live the architecture and understand the nature from a more serious and committedviewpoint�

In high school, i had already decided that i would become a professional for the rest of my life. once i entered to college i was fascinated about this career that i chose; it gave me a lot of tools and knowledge that i used to ignore, helping me with my performance as a student. personally, i think that architecture represents spirit, essence, life. it is constantly improving and produces social , political and economical changes that have been both, totally accepted or rejected throughout history. architecture is not merely designing spaces, multiple or static; is building with reason, imagination and spirit. It is a fourth dimension full of feelings and experiences that are going to be reflected in a real piece of architecture.

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Phuc Thang Nguyen

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Occupation: Student University: Hanoi University of Architecture National ity:Vietnam In the near future, the area for the construction of the houses will be increasingly less andless. What can we do with a very small area for the construction? There is a solution to create homes with a diversity of spaces, with unlimited interior design possibilities which all depends on the designer. However, all the samples are similar in material, texture, layer cover‌ including building methods. It’s all happening in a very smallarea. Moreover, with the remaining space, we can easily bring green trees into your home to create an environment close to nature and enjoy nature as a valuable asset. In the near future, it is potential to create green spaces, green city, and green city or greater is the green revolution, which is the inevitable direction consistent with the trend of the development of society and time.

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Giovanni Buccino

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Giovanni Buccino nato a Napoli nel 1954; uno spazio su “Facebook”dove esiste una sintesi artistica; e una visibilità su “Archilove e Edilportale” per i progetti di architettura; Artista Design Scultore Pittore dal 1977 collaboratore dei prof. arch. F.Forte; G.Squillante; G.De Luca; R.Dalisi; 2° nella graduatoria Provv.agli Studi di Roma per i Lab. Prof. Arch.; Progetti e prototipi visti su “Casa vogue”; “Modo”; “Progresso fotografico”; Mostre nazionali e internazionali; Alla 8.a pubblicazione d’Autore con l’Editore Paparo; Opera permanente al Museo del palazzo Baronale di Roccagorga Lazio.

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Silvia Doardo

Italy

Ing. Silvia Doardo, ingegnere libero professionista, laureata in Ingegneria Edile a Padova. Si occupa principalmente di progettazione di edifici e di calcolo strutturale.

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Il modulo Petalo è il risultato di una ricerca architettonica mirata all’indagine di un modulo esistente in natura. L’idea progettuale nasce dalla reinterpretazione di un elemento naturale come il petalo, capace in natura di comporre diverse combinazioni trifogli, quadrifogli. A tale forma si è cercato di dare una struttura concreta con l’uso della geometria classica ed seguito si sono definiti gli spazi funzionali e i tagli di luce per il modulo architettonico. Il prodotto è un edificio sviluppato su due piani con una particolare leggerezza di design, molto flessibile per la creazione di diversi output: case singole, bifamiliari, quadrifamiliari, case a schiera e quartieri residenziali. Per la struttura portante in legno si è utilizzato il sistema a telaio “Platform frame”, il quale offre altresì ottime capacità di sostenibilità, di coibentazione e di resistenza ai sismi. Petalo si presenta quindi come un modulo flessibile per la creazione di spazio privato e spazio di vita pubblica.

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Anastasia Nikulina Ekaterina Kazus

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The trend in new home design is to create flexible living spaces that adapt to changing lifestyle and needs of family. Since family’s needs and wants change over time, it is important to include flexible spaces in a new home design is adding a bonus room, so several modules which is connecting between each over is one of the perfect solution to build house, which can be changed easily. The design the house considering the landscape, climate and culture of south part of Russia, other than that the sun blind’s design is made due to national design of old Russian shutters.

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Sebastiano Leotta

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Nato ad Acireale il 16 Marzo 1989 ha conseguito il diploma di Maestro d’arte nell’anno accademico 2005-2006 presso l’Istituto Statale d’arte di Giarre (CT) e nello stesso ha conseguito la maturità nell’anno scolastico 2007-2008. Iscritto alla facoltà di Architettura dell’Università degli studi di Palermo, si è laureato nell’Ottobre del 2011 con la votazione di 110/110 e lode. Nel novembre 2010, partecipa al Workshop “Wohnexperimente in Kassel” , presso la facoltà di Architettura di Kassel sotto la direzione del Prof. Arch. G. Licata, relativamente ad una tematica urbana della città di Kassel (Germania). Nel febbraio 2011, svolge l’attività di tirocinio presso l’Arch. L.Rogers in Delft (Olanda), partecipando al concorso “European”, con la progettazione di un sistema di trasporto leggero su rotaia. Nel maggio 2011, partecipa al Workshop Palermo/Dessau “Urbanizzare il sacco” con la partecipazione attiva della facoltà di Architettura dell’Università degli studi di Dessau e Palermo. In questi tre anni ha effettuato intense e concrete attività di praticandato presso lo studio di progettazione dell’Arch. G. Licata. Durante l’anno 2013 lavora presso lo studio di Architettura SCAU in Acireale, partecipando a vari concorsi e attività legate alla progettazione. Oggi, frequenta il secondo anno di specializzazione in Architettura presso la facoltà di Architettura del politecnico di Torino.

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Andrea Dessì

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Andrea Dessì, nato a Cagliari il 23.09.1983, residente in Quartu Sant’Elena (CA). Diploma di Perito industriale Capotecnico, specializzazione Edilizia, Laurea di primo livello in Ingegneria Edile, iscrizione all’Ordine degli Ingegneri, Cat. B, della Provincia di Cagliari. Svolge attualmente la libera professione e collabora con alcuni Studi di Ingegneria operanti nel territorio sardo. Partecipa regolarmente a concorsi di grafica e di architettura. Fondatore e designer della piattaforma SETERE web mapping architecture, di recente pubblicazione in fase beta-test.

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L’idea di base consiste nel rendere indipendenti i componenti tipo di una cellula edilizia ordinaria _parete_infisso_solaio_ al fine di migliorarne la standardizzazione, facilitarne la prefabbricazione e indagarne le potenzialità aggregative latenti. Il cardine del sistema è rappresentato dal moduloparete, il cosiddetto T autoportante, e dall’inedita disposizione reciproca di più T affini che consente di definire particolari tipologie di spazio, anche articolati su più livelli, completati dai componenti di tamponamento dei varchi fra T contigue: modulobow-windows _frontiera fra interno ed esterno_ e modulo-porta _frontiera fra due o più ambienti interni. Il pannello è così un elemento libero, autonomo, modulare, non bucato, pensato per essere realizzato in serie con pezzi di riciclo, secondo una stratigrafia da ingegnerizzare e con la possibilità di integrare le canalizzazioni impiantistiche. Il T diventa l’elemento strutturale-funzionale ordinatore della composizione architettonica.

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Georgia Zagara

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Engineers Fabio Baldoni, Luca Cesaretti and Andrea Quadrati are founders and managers of BDO-3.0 Building design office. BDO-3.0 is a team specialized in low-energy buildings, energy efficiency and renewable energies. Striking a good balance between architecture project, place identity and energy efficiency is the most important objective of the team. Since 2007 BDO-3.0, individually or in a group, has joined and won national competitions. In 2014 BDO-3.0 was awarded a special mention by “Regione Umbria” in Progetto MARIE – Mediterranean Building Rethinking for Energy Efficiency Improvement. In 2006 BDO-3.0 won the idea competition for restoration of Umberto I° square in Panicale and Mazzini and Guido Rossa squares in Tavernelle. In 2007 BDO-3.0 participated in a group that won a competition for the renovation of APM area in Perugia. In 2006 BDO-3.0 participated in a group that won a competition “Progetto Sud - Mostra Città di Pietra per la Biennale di Venezia 2006” for BARI. This project was selected for the “Leone di Pietra” exhibition and competition. In 2006 BDO3.0 participated in a group that won a competition “Progetto Sud - Mostra Città di Pietra per la Biennale di Venezia 2006” for CROTONE. This project was selected for the exhibition catalogue. All three members are asked to hold lectures and public presentations of their work. 100/4 = 25 is

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the “base module”. Twenty-five gross square meters for many residential functions. The design idea is a modular customization of architecture. The freedom of architectural mix allows anyone to setup their own space maintaining a standard industrial production. It is possible to design both a one floor building or a two floor building. This module type optimizes and maximizes forms, creating a completely prefabricated and transportable volumetric unit. The X-Lam is the English acronym for Cross Laminated Timber. This structural system is a three-dimensional box and is an alternative to frame system or brick The shell building system is like a sandwich of laminated wood and cork which provides high thermal, acoustic and seismic performance. Module stiffness is combined with sub-module elasticity and the flexibility of creating openings of any shapes, which means inventing space as if it was a game.

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Sara Biancareddu

Italy

Mi chiamo Sara Biancareddu, sono nata ad Oristano e mi sono laureata in Architettura al Politecnico di Torino nel dicembre 2013. L’idea consiste nell’utilizzo di pochi elementi puntuali in legno strutturale (travi larghe 40 cm e pilastri 27 x 27 cm) assemblati tra loro e integrati a un sistema di tamponamento che utilizzi i materiali di recupero, il tutto senza l’uso di ferramenta. Le travi vengono affiancate e bloccate dai pilastri. Agli estremi, le travi, sono tagliate a 45° per meglio contrastare gli effetti del vento e hanno una sporgenza verticale a base triangolare che si incastra, dopo l’affiancamento, nell’apposito incavo a base quadrata praticato nei pilastri. I pilastri, per tutta l’altezza, hanno una doppia filettatura che consente l’inserimento dei pannelli di parete, che si incastrano tra loro tramite un sistema maschio-femmina . Il vuoto tra i pannelli viene riempito con trucioli di legno che portano l’ Upar = 0,24W/m²K.

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Ashot Bayramyan Narek Hovakimyan

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Ashot Bayramyan Architect Born Yerevan, Armenia 28.04.1993 Narek Hovakimyan Architect Born Echmiadzin, Armenia 12.01.1993

Hexagonal structure uses the least material to create a lattice of cells within a given volume. Hexagon is the most rational and effective geometric shape. It was chosen as a planning element. The connection of them creates different planning compositions. They are formed with displacing basic wooden walls. In this competition we have represented one of the variants, the area of which is 100m2. The house has multi-angle outline and it is isolated to the maximum. The house consists of hexagonal areas which have the same constructive system, area, dimensions. There are openings in the middle of the walls for doors and windows. It allows to put the hexagonal rooms in different variations and to have functional bonds. There is isolation in the wooden construction. Then comes air-space for air-condition and more isolation. Diaphragms (walls) join with vertical metal elements (columns) with bolts. The roof has wooden construction. There are solar panels on the southside roof.

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Karla Mejia Valdez

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Pierluigi Molteni

Italy

Pierluigi Molteni graduated from the University of Florence in 1986. His primary focus is private dwelling, proposing solutions that combine innovative technology, environmental sustainability and new ways of living. His experience in designing and creating bespoke living spaces, matching his clients’ requirements and personality, led to an interest in product design, inspiring some furnitures items produced by De Castelli and Il Casone. He has always combined his architectural work with study and research. Currently he teaches Urban Design at the Bologna Academy of Fine Arts and Industrial Design at the University of Bologna. He writes on Ottagono.com. In the last few years, the concept of the house, as traditionally conceived, is progressively showing a whole range of conceptual limitations.

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The inhabitant of the house undergoes continuous changes during his lifetime, due to the fast vortex of his own personal and social needs: therefore, the architect’s task is to keep record of it ad consequently design potentially in-progress houses. We imagine a whole of elements that, LIKE A LEGO, can be assembled in a series of different spacial combinations, even deferred over time. Energetic and environmental sustainability, together with the comfort of life are the core of the proposal.

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Sarunporn Sriareporn

Thailandia

Sarunporn Sriareporn Architect/Designer Education Background 2009-2013 B.Arch Khonkaen University 2014 Studing M.Arch Silpakorn University Can be adjusted to accommodate the extended family.It starts from a single family member from 2 - 5 people. Prefabricated wooden houses are Which can be attributedto the style of your home.Based on the concept That would allow customers to create there own imaginative home. To comply with daily use.And quality of life.Provide a house components for the customers to chooseto form a home-based needs. From the floor to the ceiling,walls, windows, patio doors and components provided for decoration. To furniture in your style. This is consistent withthe size of the house and parts of the house that wasconceived in a modular system for efficient use.The resource materials to be used just as effificiently

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Architetti Associati Tomaselli Pirazzi

Italy

Lo studio guidato dal senior architect Aldo Tomaselli ha sede in Trentino e si avvale di uno staff nel ruolo di co-progettisti, designer, modellatori, graphic designer è fortemente specializzato nel rendering&production. Si distingue per la professionalità e l’esperienza nell’architettura sostenibile ad alte prestazioni qualitative ed estetiche. Concorsi e premi: - Complesso Plan Revel Bardonecchia - TO 1° premio lug 2014 - I punti di incontro unicef. 1° premio - New York 1 997 - Compendio Miralago Riva del Garda 4° classificato sett. 2014 - Complesso scolastico viale Trieste di Bozano. 4° premio, Bolzano 1995 - Consorzio Legnon, spazi di abitazione. 3°premio - Fondo 1997 - Centro commerciale Coop di Strigno (TN). 1° premi o - 1998 - Riqualificazione urbana del centro storico di Folgaria TN. 4° classificato. Trento 1999 - Riqualificazione urbana centro storico di Levico Terme. 3° premio, Levico 2000 - Riqualificazione urbana dell’area dei centri commerciali di Affi VR - 2°premio, Affi2008

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Ali Reza Vakili

Iran

Born in IRAN Isfahan Glpaygan Professional: Architecture< Architecture soil and Islamic Iranian architecture> Painting<Trees Still Life> The combination of the nature of reality and look at my paintings combined with imagination Houses and Sociological Research in Iran <The impact of modern society on the behavior of Architecture>

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Pascal Monniez Catherine Maraite

Belgium

Catherine Maraite and Pascal Monniez work as independent architects in Brussels at the agency ‘m architecture’ they created together since 2005. In 2009, Natalie Herr joined themnwithin a new structure, ‘V.O.’. This partnership allows them, on the one hand, conducting personal projects, and, on the other hand, working in team and participating in contests and calls for ideas in the aim of researching and investigating new opportunities and challenges.

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The project simply based on the principles of traditional wooden buildings by applying them to a system of prefabrication. Despite a system of prefabrication, the project wants to be very flexible, appropriated (with different choice of finishes) and not standardized.

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Tony Thomas

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A two bedroom single family prefab wooden house is designed based on concept derived from traditional architecture found in the South Indian state of Kerala known as ‘Nalukettu’. This is the traditional homestead of old joint family house where many generations of a matrilineal family lived. This traditional architecture is typically a rectangular structure where four halls are joined together with a central courtyard open to the sky. ‘Thatchu Shasthra’, or the Science of Carpentry and Traditional ‘Vasthu’, was the governing science in this architectural form.

as heat insulator. An Aluminium square pipe passes through the horizontal centre line of the wall. The two sets of planks on either side are bolted to this aluminium pipe for additional strength and stability. The wooden roof with the ribs and frame give the house a traditional feel with modern outlook. The windows are larger enough to provide ample air circulation. The window designs are very simple and bit contemporary. The Gross Internal Area excluding the central courtyard and garage is 99.355sq.m.

The layout of these homes is simple with excellent ventilation. Temperatures, even in the heat of summer, are markedly lower within this design. The simple prefab wooden home design shown here has a small courtyard in the middle providing excellent ventilation, as well as a feel of nature within the house. As the courtyard is open to air and sunlight, the region has a small lawn. For safety reasons, a metal grill is placed in the roof opening above the central courtyard. The house design is developed in modular type that optimises prefab techniques. The outer walls are two layer wooden planks each 4cm thick and separated by a gap of 3cm. This feature reduces the temperature inside the house as the 3cm air gap acts

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Luca Giannini

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Manuela Gaia Gioffrè

Italy

Manuela nasce a Reggio Calabria nel 1988. Consegue la laurea magistrale in Architettura a pieni voti nel 2013 e si abilita alla professione nello stesso anno. La sua carriera inizia con prestazioni occasionali di 3D visualiser (da artista amatoriale ed appassionata di grafica) e prosegue con brevi esperienze presso studi di architettura in Italia ed all’estero, ovvero a Londra.

Il tema di progetto della Casa Unifamiliare Modulare in legno è incentrato sul gioco versatile delle relazioni tra i due volumi, Giorno - affusolato, caratterizzato dalla doppia altezza, dal bamboo delle partizioni interne e dalla facciata vetrata inclinata con scorci verso il giardino filtrati dai colori primari e secondari – e Notte, più compatto ed appartato, con il suo aggetto coperto in continuità con la pianta. Il verde “prosegue” in copertura.

Amante della natura e del paesaggio, al momento sta occupandosi della progettazione di allestimenti outdoor a tema “green” per l’EXPO 2015 di Milano.

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Roberto Mitolo

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The house represented covers an area of 100 square meters on two levels: inside we found the living room, kitchen, dining room, two bathrooms, three bedrooms and a terrace. The structure is made of laminated wood, with interlocking or jointed by metal plates, divided into two modules: the main core containing the bathrooms and the kitchen, the stairs and some elements of storage and the simplest module that composes the rooms. This last can be expanded in both directions through the addition of modular components in wood. Access to the residence is via a slip road that borders the courtyard visible in the middle of the main facade. The house rests through the pillars to a concrete foundation and is covered with insulating modular elements covered in wood. The facade modules are divided into 3 types: the blind panels, the one with a window and the fully glazed panels. The terrace on the second floor is accessible through the master bedroom. The house is designed to ensure the criteria for accessibility by persons with impeded or limited ability of movement.

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Ova Studio Ltd

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Giovanni Maffioletti Luca Bonanomi Davide Galli Elisa Gaslini Italy

L’edificio è stato pensato sia con struttura portante in legno lamellare che puntuale. La nostra idea privilegia la struttura portante a telaio che meglio idealizza i principi dell’autocostruzione, tipologia “concept” del nostro progetto. La costruzione si sviluppa su due piani; P.T. (slp 53 mq.) a zona giorno composta da soggiorno, lo spazio per il pranzo,la cucina,un piccolo disimpegno con bagno/lavanderia e uno spazio porticato pluriuso ricavato dallo sbalzo del piano primo; questo ruotato di 90° rispetto al PT, facendo perno sulla scala, permette di ricavare una camera matrimoniale e una camera con due posti letto entrambe con bagno (slp 49,5 mq.). Molta attenzione è stata posta alla tipologia impiantistica; sulla copertura un impianto fotovoltaico (di max 10 KW) permette un riscaldamento a pannelli radianti in fibre di carbonio. L’acqua calda riscaldata da un boiler sempre in fibre di carbonio. In alternativa si potrà montare sulla copertura un solare termico a sfera. Esternamente l’edificio è finito con intonaco colorato chiaro al piano terra mentre la parte superiore sarà di colore scuro. Le parti “protette” saranno rivestite per gran parte da listellatura di legno con colorazione tendente alla naturalità dell’essenza. Performanti sono state stratificate le pareti sia di chiusura verticale che orizzontale. Sulla copertura della zona giorno è stato ricavato un terrazzino e una parte a verde pensile.

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Vincenzo Dell’Aversana

Italy

My name’s Vincenzo Dell’Aversana, I am 27 and I live in Parete, a little town in Caserta’s District. I studied at liceo classic high school and then started university enrolling the college of architecture, SUN. I graduated and after the first graduation level, I went on studying Interior and Autonomy Design in the same institute. My project for this contest is based on an optical work and it’s also an important asset for my final university thesis.

The project tries to create modular elements that set it. The shape of the building is from the overlap of different geometric forms, among them we find triangles, squares and rectangles. My idea was to create some basic prefabricated modules to set in loco in order to make my matt surfaces bearing in mind both the element of heat exchange of the walls, of the phase shift and of the attenuation and the environmental friendliness of the used materials to set the module. From here, I have had the idea to use bio-brick (made up of hemp chips mixed with natural lime) as centre of the module and to use externally cladding panels in maple wood. The chosen modules are four with the addition of two special shapes to face the design requirement which comes from the created figure. The building is made up of a structural part with pillars and laminated wood beams that are the main support and of another part made up of wood laths that lead the prefabricated modules. The foundations is wanted as a ventilated wasps’ nest in which the structural wood elements are related; everything is implemented. For the sheer surfaces I have thought to use some thermal fixtures with low-e magnetron glasses with no color. By choosing to set a big glass window on the south site, the building will have a 63 degrees tendency in order to avoid radiation in the warmest seasons.

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Luca Cristiani

Italy

Luca Cristani, vive in provincia di Verona, ha una laurea triennale in Architettura e Produzione Ediliza conseguita al Politecnico di Milano. Ha collaborato per diversi anni con studi di progettazione architettonica di Verona in seguito allo stage universitario svolto presso di loro.

Questo progetto si ispira alle antiche case contadine del territorio, case a capanna con un filare di vigna sul lato ovest il cui compito era quello di ombreggiare nelle calde estati padane e di riscaldare nei freddi inverni. L’ingresso si trova spesso nel retro (a Nord), riservato a fienile e deposito. E’ un’abitazione di 100 mq con struttura in legno. L’ingresso si trova a Nord, i volumi corrispondenti alle aperture della facciata Ovest hanno il compito del filare di vigna e la falda rivolta verso ovest permette l’installazione di pannelli solari o fotovoltaici. Si percepisce il forte legame con la natura e il paesaggio circostante, non separa ma unisce il mondo antropizzato con quello naturale.

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Tijana Markovic

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The purpose of this project was to create a space of 103 m2 that could satisfy all needs of a family of four. This space consists of two parts, the daily zone and the night zone, where the daily zone is given priority in both comfort and design. The two volumes are situated in such a way that they create an outside space, two terraces, which also allow for the house to be upgrade in the future. During the designing of the facade, the windows were purposely placed on the two opposite facades, what allows that project be used in two different ways, either as a detached house or as a house in row. The facadeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s design and the form of the construction should reflect the modern spirit of the project, its simplicity, adaptability to its environment, flexibility of the space as well as it being in the service of its inhabitants.

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Bakary Joachim Anja B. Rasolondraibe

France

Joachim Bakarary... is a french architect. After having studied architecture at ENSA Lyon, he was graduated from ENSA Paris la Villette in 2011. For 4 years now he developed that own vision of the architectural design through diverse collaborations in agency in Paris, Lyon and Munich. Anja B. Rasolondraraibe... or ABR is an interior architect who is graduated in art from La Sorbonne and in interior-product design from NABA. She used to work with differents clients customers and firms companies in Europe and Africa. She took part in architectural projects like restoring site, construction of sustainable houses and international contests.

The basic concept was born in playing with a Rubikâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cube. Cube represents one of the most popular volumes, the most widely used. Far away the idea to enforce an inflexible structure, one of the red line is to propose modular and flexible habitat. The concept was not to impose a rigid structure, but rather to permit modulation to create new volumes which could be relevant to topology of the areas. With a concern for environment respect and establishing an energy self-sufficient home, bias were the roof work and insulation. Thus, two proposals were selected. A green roof terrace (or GRT) accessed to create a natural area, recovering rainwater, reduce heat disparities. The second option is a sloping roof, which is the most common, which is equipped with photovoltaic cells. KAKAZO house is a single volume with original insulation: in hemp in the northern hemisphere, based on clothing recovered in the south.

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Yukihiko Sugawara

Japan

Yukihiko SUGAWARA Master in Architectural Design with Distinction (University College of London, Bartlett school of architecture) Master in Architectural Design (Nagaoka Institute of Design) Qualified Architect with First Grade in Japan Registration Number 349179 Yukihiko Sugawara is the Designer, Researcher and Engineer who investigates originally integrated and coined research principle â&#x20AC;&#x153;Uto-purificationâ&#x20AC;? based on inter-disciplines of architectural design, biology, environmental engineering, agricultures, medical science and computer science. His an aim is to design new architectural and environmental design aiming to cultivate industrially discarded or polluted site into greenery by utilisation of original system and unit driven by continuous supply of organic wastage as a resource. His multiple design projects have been published, awarded and exhibited world-widely. Ryosuke ASAKURA Bachelor in Architectural Design (Nagaoka Institute of Design) Ryosuke ASAKURA is the Designer especially for environmental design. He is quite talented to provide keen analysis and advises duringproject. His design project has been published and exhibited inseveral countries.

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Federicon Ortiz Sanchez Oriol Beltran

Spain

Federico Ortiz and Oriol Beltran studied at the Barcelona School of Architecture ESTAB (20022009). They have both worked for several local architecture studios such as Cloud9, Calderon Folch Arquitectes, MAB Arquitectura and BOPBAA amongst others, combing these collaborations with their independent practise where they have executed several flat refurbishments and participated in several architectural competitions. Two concepts are combined: the traditional Chinese folding screens and the Andalusian patiohouse. On one hand, a light wooden structure screen formed by a series of folded planes generating different spaces around itself with different degrees of privacy; on the other hand a typology of house adapted to the Mediterranean weather who profits the natural. In a synthesis effort, the facade and interior partition walls conform the main vertical structure of the house: a series of timber frame screens get folded one around the other in order to generate the different areas, its geometry confers the structure mechanical stability. The balloon frames are rigidised with OSB boards made with recycled wood strands. Two modular bidirectional solid timber slabs are used for both, the ceiling and floor, an environmentally friendly system with a nice finishing, providing the maximum liberty of design given the fact that it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need secondary structures such as beams and joists. The floor slab stands 50 cms above the ground in order to generate a ventilated chamber to prevent moisture problems associated with wooden

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structures. The ceiling uses the same technique in the form of a â&#x20AC;&#x153;cold roofâ&#x20AC;? activated by convection air currents who provide maximum insulation of the interior spaces of the house. The projects reinterprets the traditional Andalusian courtyard house who develops itself around an open space with a water fountain creating a lower temperature microclimate who generates convection currents allowing to cool the house during the warm seasons. We apply the same system with a semi open patio with a small water pond in the middle, this space will be perfect to develop the social activities of the family during a long part of the year given the advantages of the mediterranean weather. The interior common areas have large windows in order to profit from natural lighting and are protected from direct radiation by a perimetral porch with a wooden lattice, a reference to the Andalusian courtyard open hallways. The windows in the bedroom area are smaller to confer more privacy and allow easy shading. We propose a passive house with an open design system providing the maximum program customization, environmentally responsible from the point of view of its construction (techniques/ materials) and bioclimatic adaptation to its environment, reinterpreting traditional techniques and typologies.

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Alvaro Cantrigliani

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Alberto Fichera Barbara Pappalardo Giovanni Rizzo Italy

PROGETTO _2 soluzioni da 100 mq, verticale e orizzontale _modulo base (50mq) standardizzato per dimensioni e tipologie _molteplici combinazioni del modulo base _cantina e garage di dimensioni standardizzate che possono cambiare destinazione dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;uso (camera o studio + dek, soggiorno) _2 tipologie di bagno TORRE TECNOLOGICA TT _ collega le abitazioni a rete idrica, elettrica e fognaria _ospita sistema recupero acque meteoriche, pompe di calore, caldaie, inverters, canne fumarie, sfiati e macchine UTA _alloggia pannelli fotovoltaici/solari in copertura _serve una o piĂš abitazioni _permette facile manutenzione degli impianti, flessibilitĂ di layout per wc e cucina e sensibile riduzione di fori e passaggio impianti a parete e pavimento

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Iaroslav Kazantcev

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I, Kasantsev Iaroslav, was born on June 8, 1991 in the city of Tula, Tula region (Russia). In 2008 I entered the Tula State University (TSU) (internal office), and in 2014 I gained the diploma of the expert in “Architecture”. In 2012 I came to the Regional Training Centre Professional Development (RTCPD) (correspondence department), the specialty “Law”. In 2012 I was trained on the subject “Bases of Business Activity of Business and Management of the Project”. I began labor career since 2013, working as the Architect, in the sphere of construction of wooden houses.

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FELSBERG 001 is a harmonious combination of habitual traditional forms in modern style execution. Modern architectural concept of the house with ideal balance of space. At the area it doesn’t occupy a big ground. On the first floor there is a cozy drawing room combined with kitchen for receiving the maximum comfort and rational use of inhabited space. The exit to a spacious terrace, connects house space with the surrounding nature. On the second floor two big bedrooms, a bathroom with the integrated bathroom conveniently were placed. Two bedrooms are supplied with the balconies implying a winter garden, the “green kernel” which is peculiar and creating a special microclimate for each of sleeping rooms. The house means year-round use, and thanks to smart appearance can be used, as a city residential building. Despite the compact sizes, the project possesses all necessary for comfortable accommodation of young and modern people.

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Gustavo Adolfo Berni

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My name is Gustavo Berni. I am Argentinian and I am civil engineer. I have graduated from the Resistencia University (National North-East University, The Chaco province, Argentina) . I have my own company: architectural and engineering studio “IEB” (IngenieriaEstructuralBerni) in my hometown – Corrientes. Also I work for several engineering companies as a architect, civil engineer or civil designer. As I am highly interested in new engineering methods and tendencies I’m working on my book dedicated to reinforced-concrete structures designing and engineering and structural engineering program development.

My project is a modern alternative for living. It’s a 100 m2 modular house for 5 persons, transportable and absolutely self-sufficient and very easy to install. It is suitable for all climate and relief types in Argentina. Imagine you own house generating gas, electricity and potable water! This type of house can open up the door to the best quality life, free from long gas, water or electricity monthly bills.You can be your own house designer: 4 types of modules allow creatinga wide range of houses in up to 3 levels: only in one level it is possible to make 64 module combinations!In addition those modules can be adapted to other special client needs: office; dressing etc. Water supply system could be installed which condenses water from air humidity and could produce up 700 liters of water per daywithout need to drill water wells or pump water from lakes or rivers. For humid and rainy climates a system of drainage and filters could be installed on the roof to collect rain water for irrigation or other technical needs. The electric energy is generated by solar panels installed on the roof. The interior climate comfort is therefore guaranteed: together with “sandwich panels” furnished with thermal insulation system it allows to create comfortable environment in summer or in winter.As for gas it can be generated from discomposing solid materials, stocked in a special underground tank and used for kitchen and heating needs all the year round.Your modular house is a dream of total liberty which can come true!

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Sabrina Landoni Giovanni Smanio Italy

ARCH. SABRINA LANDONI She was born in Como in 1969, she graduated as Architect at University of Milan in 1996. 1998 she opened an architecture firm in Como. From the beginning she was focused both on rebuilding and yacht design. ING. GIOVANNI SMANIO He was born in Padua in 1987, he graduated as Civil Engineer at University of Padua in 2013. He is now living in Manchester to test himself in the international market.

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THE creation of a low cost and quick solution in the production, that thanks to its flexibility could make a great number of configuration, is the base to Woodlarity development. The research of modularity and standardisation has brought not only to the design of wall elements, that are individually transportable, but also to the creation of factory built units, that are made in the plant transported with no more than 3 trucks and thenjoned in loco.

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Luigi Serena

Italy

Ho dieci anni di esperienza lavorativa maturata sia come libero professionista che come collaboratore continuativo con studi di architettura e società di ingegneria. Sono orientato verso un’architettura eco-sostenibile e ad alto risparmio energetico, in particolare mi interesso alla progettazione di edifici con standard NZEB. Ritengo che il lavoro di un architetto, il suo approccio progettuale, sia imprescindibile da una intrinseca responsabilità sociale e ambientale.

Il progetto per case monofamiliari in xlam è la sintesi tra: abbattimento dei costi offrendo molteplici soluzioni utilizzando soltanto 5 pannellature differenti; soddisfare l’esigenza del committente per un’abitazione personalizzata; possibilità di almeno tre varianti tipologiche: casa monopiano, casa a due piani, casa a due piani con posto auto coperto; classe energetica A casaclima (con standard passivhaus facilmente raggiungibile sfruttando al massimo i guadagni solari sia attivi che passivi). L’abitazione è divisa tra zona giorno e zona notte. In soli 41mq è possibile avere sala pranzo, soggiorno, cucina (eventualmente separata ed abitabile) ed un piccolo bagno/lavanderia. La zona notte, della stessa metratura, può ospitare due doppie con bagno privato, oppure due singole e camera patronale, sempre con due bagni a disposizione. La copertura può essere piana o inclinata a seconda del contesto. Con falda inclinata di 45° incrementa la superficie inserendo un soppalco abitabile.

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Federica Ciampi Gemma Carpignani

Italy

Federica Ciampi from Piombino (LI) and Gemma Carpignani from Empoli (FI), both 23 years old, are inscribed in ICAD|Architectural Design of UniversitĂ degli Studi di Firenze, they achieved the architectural bachelor in the same university.

The project consists in a detached house of 100 mq. This is set in Piombino (LI), is studied according to the Mediterranean cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s climate and is fitted on the area indeed is spread over two levels that adapt to the height difference. The project is based on a 6x6 structural module in wooden pillars and X-LAM panels, while the green roof has an area dedicated to the amorphous silicon panels thus to make the house energetically independent. To make the transportation easier the prefabricated X-LAM panels can be cut into smaller sizes and their typologies is reduced to be as less as possible, moreover there is a dry installation for the structure and all materials. Outside there is garden that turn around the house with trees and plants that screen the inner spaces from the rest, from the garden starts also an outside path that leads directly to the greenhouse.

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Venturi Ingegneria

Italy

La struttura nasce alla fine degli anni ’90 grazie alla collaborazione con altri professionisti esperti e attivi nella realtà bolognese soprattutto nel campo del recupero e del restauro conservativo. Negli anni gli interessi si ampliano e si estendono anche ad altri settori dell’architettura e dell’ingegneria, soprattutto sviluppando lavori nel campo delle nuove costruzioni (residenziale ma anche commerciale e terziario). Dal 2008 la sede si trasferisce dal centro di Bologna all’indirizzo attuale. Oltre al titolare, Ing. Venturi, fanno parte della realtà dello studio alcuni giovani neolaureati e/o prossimi alla laurea, che con entusiasmo e dinamismo partecipano attivamente alla vita della struttura.

L’idea progettuale nasce dalla possibilità di creare edifici in legno a basso costo attraverso l’utilizzo di elementi modulari facilmente assemblabili sia fase di produzione (in stabilimento) sia in fase di realizzazione (in cantiere). Il progetto proposto, concepito per essere collocato in Area Mediterranea è sviluppato su 4 differenti moduli di parete che attraverso la loro aggregazione e/o ripetibilità possono dare origine a: 1. assemblaggio di più moduli per dare origine a differenti lay-out di edifici; 2. combinazione di differenti edifici che viene a costituire differenti complessi edificati.

Dal 2004 l’ing. Venturi è docente a contratto presso la Scuola di Ingegneria di Bologna dove insegna Architettura Tecnica, e dove propone ai suoi studenti l’utilizzo di strutture in legno (X-Lam, telaio, ecc.) in quanto da lui già sviluppate in diverse occasioni della vita professionale, sia per edifici privati (residenziali) che pubblici (progetti di scuole ma anche realizzazioni di spogliatoi sportivi e chiese.

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Alberto Sperani

Italy

Sono nato a Bergamo nel 1974 e tuttora vi risiedo. Ho conseguito il diploma di geometra nel 1993 presso l’Istituto Tecnico per Geometri Quarenghi di Bergamo e nell’anno 2000 mi sono laureato presso la Facoltà di Architettura del Politecnico di Milano. Nell’anno successivo ho conseguito l’abilitazione all’esercizio della libera professione e dal 2012 ho acquisito la qualifica di esaminatore nazionale EcdlCad 2D. Dopo le prime esperienze di collaborazione con studi di altri professionisti, dal 2004 ho svolto principalmente attività professionale in proprio, avvalendomi comunque in alcuni casi della collaborazione di alcuni colleghi architetti e ingegneri. Gli ambiti di lavoro sono stati principalmente quelli delle manutenzioni straordinarie e delle ristrutturazioni generali di immobili. A questi si sono affiancate alcune partecipazioni a concorsi di idee e di progettazione in collaborazione con altri colleghi architetti. Da circa due anni seguo e cerco di approfondire la progettazione delle costruzioni in legno e ad alta efficienza energetica, seguendo seminari e conferenze presso aziende specializzate e curando anche la pagina facebook “Lambda-Legno” ad esse dedicata. Inoltre dal 2003 collaboro con un Istituto Superiore di Bergamo nell’ambito dell’insegnamento delle discipline tecniche del settore Costruzioni Ambiente e Territorio (ex indirizzo Geometri). Presso tale Istituto lo scorso anno ho personalmente organizzato e curato con la collaborazione di aziende e tecnici del settore un percorso di approfondimento proprio nell’ambito delle costruzioni in legno e ad alta effi-

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cienza energetica. Switch significa scambio… tra zona giorno e notte, tra pareti o ambienti domestici. Switch come snodo, come fulcro strutturale. Il progetto prevede la costruzione modulare di pareti in legno con tecnologia x-lam e la conseguente struttura portante prefabbricata di ogni ambiente domestico (con rivestimento interno in cartongesso), ottenendo moduli abitativi aggregabili. Ogni ambiente è misurato su una maglia dimensionale multipla di uno spazio unitario di 0,60x0,60 m e si collega a quelli adiacenti con collegamenti orizzontali a secco lungo le pareti, posti in posizioni predefinite proprio grazie alla maglia. Semplici modifiche nella combinazione delle pareti e, quindi, dei moduli abitativi permettono di avere soluzioni globali variabili e di facile aggregazione. Completata l’unione strutturale a secco dei moduli abitativi, si provvede infine al solo completamento delle superfici esterne dell’abitazione e della copertura mediante coibentazione (es: fibra di legno) e rivestimenti protettivi.

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Visi贸n Arquitectura

Colombia

Carlos Andres Preciado Diego Fernando Angulo Mina Perea Country: Colombia City: Buenaventura Studies: Construction Technician 10 semester of architecture at the University of the Pacific, First Contest Winners 2014 panelex design outpost in Colombia SAS and LAMITECH organized by Jorge Tadeo Lozano University Work: Interior Design, Office Design, housing design, Infographics Between the two we have construction experience we build pampering us which gives us more knowledge and experience in designing and making decisions about the design.

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The project is built based on the lifestyle of the Colombian Pacific, where it is customary to have a broad social issue areas and bedrooms for family, who often visit each other constantly so a module 3.61 x 3 is generated, 00 meters where different areas are shared and where the same social area is destined to all festival Culture Hybrid is a concept that is generated from mixing two cultures either adding materials or forms of construction or parts of a culture to enrich another allowing for greater strength and durability over time wooden houses in the region, and which has been used to build an empirical form has been good but the mix of culture proposed improve some damage as thermal and acoustic protection, the floor structure and cover that when building it, have also been improved Colombia being located in the tropics and very wet Pacific, the places we inhabit need much porosity so that you can evacuate both the wet and the heat generated in the home so items are created in windows and doors covered with porosity allowing the wind to pass freely and drain accumulated moisture and heat. The cover is an essential part because it is what protects us from the weather due to the constant rains that fall and inclement sor so a cover is generated with large eaves for protection. Last but not least is the color that shows the joy that characterizes in a land where you live wet and is celebrated by all.

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Studio Tandem

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Marinella Cogodda e Giaime Cabras, architetti fondatori dello Studio Tandem a Cagliari. Dopo la laurea in architettura frequentano un master dell’INARCH sull’architettura sostenibile. All’attività lavorativa affiancano un’intensa attività di ricerca nel campo della sostenibilità che negli anni li ha portati a numerosi riconoscimenti. Sono stati due volte vincitori del premio ECOLUOGHI del ministero dell’ambiente e nel 2013 sono stati selezionati tra i finalisti del Premio Fondazione Renzo Piano. I loro lavori sono stati esposti al MAXXI e al MACRO di Roma.

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Base10 nasce dalla necessità di costruire edifici diversi attraverso l’aggregazione per accostamento e sovrapposizione di elementi modulari prefabbricati aventi tutti la stessa dimensione. Gli elementi base hanno dimensioni 2.5x4x3.1, 10 mq che rispettano lo standard di trasporto su gomma o su rotaia, e la dimensione minima abitabile nella normativa italiana. I moduli possono essere aggregati formando edifici di diverse dimensioni che rispettano gli standard di superfici minime, i rapporti aero-illuminanti e che hanno le caratteristiche di prestazione termica previste dalle normative. La casa da 100 mq proposta, nasce dall’accostamento di 7 moduli BASE10. L’edificio si sviluppa su un unico piano, ha un orientamento nord-sud, con lo spazio servente posto a nord e gli ambienti principali esposti a sud. Lungo tutta la facciata sud è posizionata una terrazza panoramica che crea un filtro tra interno e esterno, e che durante le belle giornate può essere utilizzata come un estensione degli ambienti.

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Gopal Pulavarnatham Sankaranarayanan

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Eleonora Fassina Giulia Maretti Letizia Novarese England

Eleonora Fassina is an Italian architect from Milan who graduated from Politecnico di Milano in 2009. After a 6 months social project in a favela in Sao Paulo she has moved to London and has been working on residential extensions and interior renovations since 2011 at V+V interni. She is interested in crossing boundaries between art and architecture and collaborates with artists on a regular basis. Giulia Maretti is an Italian architecture student about to graduate from Politecnico di Milano. She has just attended the Premio Piranesi workshop in Rome where she received an honourable mention for a project on the Villa Adriana in Tivoli. She is very passionate about photography and has been an intern at V+V interni in London for 6 months. Letizia Novarese is an Italian architect from Messina who graduated from Politecnico di Milano in 2011. In 2010 she has won the 2nd prize in the national competition Costruire Greenlife with an experimental project on modular roof developments. She has been working on residential extensions and interior renovations since 2014 at V+V interni. She is interested in interior architecture, temporary spaces and the transformation of existing structures.

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Harmonica house is a modular and prefabricated housing system. Every room of Harmonica house is a house in itself that can be added and removed according to oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s need and imagination. The concept is a free interpretation of the London trend of extending houses in all possible directions. Starting from a module of 1220 x 2440 mm, the size of a common plywood or plasterboard panel, you get the different elements of Harmonica house (the main house is 3x7 modules, the large bedroom house is 3x3 modules...). The idea is to combine the different elements to create multiple configurations until you reach 100 square meters. Wood is the key element of the house: from structural cross laminated timber panels to wood fibre insulation, from external cladding in wood lamels to internal finishing in plywood boards of different wood types. Harmonica house can be prefabricated off site and easily assembled on site. Thanks to the possibility of combining elements Harmonica house can be built over time.

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Paolo Cremona

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Fabio Acquiletti Silvia Battistini Marco Di Salvo Italy

Fabio Acquiletti, nato a Torino il 28 ottobre 1986. Diplomato con maturità scientifica ha deciso di proseguire gli studi presso il Politecnico di Torino, laureandosi a dicembre 2011 con 104/110 in Architettura per il Progetto, con una tesi in sociologia urbana e poi a febbraio 2014 con 110/110 in Architettura per il Progetto Sostenibile con una tesi di tecnologia dell’architettura sul tema del raffrescamento passivo. Gli studi universitari gli hanno permesso di approfondire i temi della composizione architettonica, della tecnologia dell’architettura e della fisica tecnica e della grafica tridimensionale. L’interesse per il digital painting e il disegno artistico si intrecciano con la cultura orientale in particolare con la pratica della meditazione zen e il taiji quan.

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Il progetto è costituito da due blocchi matrice: l’uno con copertura a falda, l’altro con tetto giardino. È possibile ottenere molteplici varianti di casa componendo i blocchi liberamente, adattandosi al contesto architettonico e climatico. Accostare diverse configurazioni garantirebbe l’originalità di un intero sistema urbano. I blocchi sono composti da cinque moduli principali assemblati e assemblabili a secco, facilmente trasportabili e riciclabili a fine vita. Ogni blocco ha pianta libera e la parete esterna è personalizzabile con diverse configurazioni di moduli opachi e trasparenti. L’intercambiabilità dei moduli consente modifiche a posteriori anche in chiave di adattabilità, come ad esempio la sostituzione del blocco scala con l’ascensore.

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Arsenie Cristian

Romania

Arsenie Cristian I am a 33 years old architect, with some experience in design&building field, I live in Bucharest, my hometown, and I graduated University of Architecture with master degree. I like challenges and I participate very often at architecture contests and also design contests, and for that I have very good knowledge of parametric architecture (Rhino&Grasshopper), and other design software (Archicad, Allplan, AutoCAD, 3dStudioMax). I like very much railroads architecture, and I exposed my Master Degree project “Bucharest North Train Station extension” at Romanian Design Week expo. Ciprian Popa I’m a young engineer from Romania, I studied Civil Engineering at Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest. I graduated Master’s Degree in „Designing Buildings in Earthquake Areas” and currently enrolled in PhD studies on cable structures. I am a Certified Nemetschek Allplan International Instructor, I teach engineers and students BIM Concepts, Allplan Architecture, Allplan Engineering, Scia Engineer and also do consultancy for different engineering projects. My area of expertise is in optimizing the workflow for a project, with a unique 3D Model approach, and advanced parametric structural optimization to obtain the lowest quantities with respect to all European standards in order to reduce the CO production. In this particular project, BIM was used to import the architecture via IFC file format, and align the axis for the element. The snow and wind loads where generated according to EN 1991-3 and

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EN 1991-4 with Scia Engineer’s automatic loads generator. The combinations have been generated automatically according to EN ULS set B. The optimization has been done using the build-it EN 1995 algorithms for sections and stability checks for multiple cross- sections simultaneously. The 3D strain and stressed help also in establishing the correct construction details. The proposed project is suitable for mountain and hills area, because the slopes of the roofs don’t permit snow to stay and to supplementary load the structure. The whole structural system (roof structure, walls structure) is designed to be constructed from wood (nature wood or glue laminated timber). The wood elements have been proper sized to be easy transported at the building location with regular trucks. Also this type of structure can be mounted on a factory and transported by air if is needs to be used as a refugee cabin or a meteorological one, after the deployment, roof covering and walls can be assembled on site. Due the main form and structural system, it can be quick built, and it can be used local materials (in case of natural wood). The envelope is proposed to be build using ecological materials (mineral wool or rock wool), and the closure is very efficient. The visual appearance of the building is integrated in the landscape, creating a welcome perspective, and depending of the scope of the building this type of architecture is suited both housing program and for small hotels or cottage’s.

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Double AT Engineering

Italy

Ing. Antonia Tiero Nata a Gaeta nell’Agosto 1987, fin da adolescente ha molto chiara la strada professionale che avrebbe intrapreso. Cresce infatti con una formazione tecnica, frequentando l’istituto tecnico per geometri. Nel 2013 si laurea con ottimi voti alla Facoltà di Ingegneria Edile-Architettura presso la prima università di Roma “Sapienza”, con una tesi sperimentale sul recupero e sul risparmio energetico. Nello stesso anno supera gli esami per l’abilitazione alla professione e nell’Aprile 2014 si iscrive all’Ordine degli Ingegneri di Roma. Inizia subito a collaborare con alcune Società di ingegneria, nonché come tutor d’aula per il corso di Architettura Tecnica I presso l’Università degli Studi di Roma “Sapienza”. Ing. Andrea Tomassini Nato a Roma il 18/11/1987 è cresciuto con una formazione scientifica. Nel Maggio del 2012 si laurea all’Università degli Studi di Roma “Sapienza” in Ingegneria Edile-Architettura (Laurea Specialistica) con il massimo dei voti. Si abilita alla professione di Ingegnere nella prima sessione del 2012 per il settore Civile e Ambientale. Dal Settembre del 2012 lavora presso la Direzione Immobiliare della BNL Gruppo BNP Paribas (settore Progettazione). In parallelo svolge attività di tutor per il laboratorio di Architettura Tecnica I presso il corso di Ingegneria Edile-Architettura dell’Università degli Studi di Roma “Sapienza”.

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Il progetto si basa sulla creazione di moduli prefabbricati di dimensioni stabilite, abbinati in varie combinazioni per creare diverse tipologie edilizie oltre che diverse concezioni dello spazio interno delleabitazioni. Ai moduli di dimensioni maggiori sono state attribuite le funzioni di zona notte e zona giorno (37.5m2). Gli spazi funzionali,di servizio, invece sono stati identificati in moduli di dimensioni minori(5m2).Per la struttura portante è stato usato l’x-lam per avere libertà ad eventuali modifiche,oltre alla completa prefabbricazione. Il pacchetto isolante assicura alte prestazioni energetiche,anche grazie ai moduli energetici: la tettoia con pannelli fotovoltaici a sud e il modulo frangisole a est e ovest. Importante la scelta delle bucature per la zona giorno che, pensata per avere uno dei fronti a sud, ha ampie vetrate. Le pareti dei moduli a nord sono chiuse. Dagli spazi ottenuti accoppiando più moduli funzionali,sono state ricavate delle intercapedini per gli impianti.

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Anil Choudhary Shrivan Wattamwar

India

Shrivan Wattamwar & Anil Choudhary School of Planning & Architecture, Bhopal, India Anil and Shrivan are students at School of Planning & Architecture, Bhopal, India pursuing B. Arch. Being an architecture student they have keen interest in design and belief in holistic approach. With lot of enthusiasm they always try to make an impact by laying over the top ideas in design.

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Idea is to produce breathable and self sustained prefabricated structure to reduce an impact on environment. Among the many ways that sustainability has been defined, the simplest and most fundamental is: “the ability to sustain” or, put another way, “the capacity to endure.” The climate and topography of Himachal Pradesh gave rise to its form where native material and local construction techniques are incorporated which further produced employment to local. The usage of universal panel and construction system can be used anywhere regardless of building form and size. These panels would assist in fast construction at site. Panels are provided with openings which would help user to make arrangement as per their requirements. This standardization would reduce embodied energy in material while manufacturing and other hand provide flexibility. Pre Cut prefabrication is the most feasible method with respect to site zone.

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Tukasz Staniewicz

Poland

Lukasz Staniewicz Country: Poland Town: Glucholazy Education: 05/2014 obtained degree Architect Engineer; 10/2010 – 02/2014 University of Applied Sciences in Nysa, Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning; 09/2007 – 06/2010 Bolesław Chrobry High School in Głuchołazy. Hobby modern, postmodern architecture and different constructional solutions; playing guitar; composing own pieces; DIY.

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Cottage is located in Zakopane, Poland. Main aspect of project was to adapt house’s shape to climate, environment and housing of Zakopane such as simple, rectangular form with gable roof and natural finishing materials, like stone and wood. House’s shape has to refer to sharp mountain tops. House consist of exterior garage and two floors. Vestibule, living room with kitchen and WC are situated on the ground floor.Three rooms/bedrooms and bathroom are situated on the first floor. Total Gross Internal Area is 97,9 m². Cottage’s external and internal walls are build of “PW-BOX”. It’s a block made of plywood with insulation (mineral wool) within. PW-BOX is designed by Łukasz Staniewicz.

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Matteo Mosconi Annachiara Passera

Italy

Matteo Mosconi nato a Bergamo nel 1984, mi sono laureato in ingegneria edile presso l’Università degli Studi di Bergamo con una tesi sulla progettazione di edifici in legno in zona sismica e ho lavorato per 3 anni nell’ufficio tecnico di un’azienda operante nel settore legno. Appassionato di realtà aziendali frequento un master in Gestione e Strategia d’Impresa presso il Sole 24 Ore. Annachiara Passera nata a Bergamo nel 1990, diplomata con indirizzo classico, frequento l’ultimo anno della facoltà di Architettura con indirizzo Progettazione Architettonica presso il Politecnico di Milano e ho svolto attività di tirocinio presso studi di architettura operanti nella bergamasca.

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Il progetto si pone l’obiettivo di realizzare abitazioni unifamiliari ‘a misura d’uomo’, capaci di adeguarsi con estrema flessibilità nello spazio e nel tempo alle diverse esigenze, anche di natura economica. A questo fine, è stato adottato il concetto di cellula minima, dimensionata in funzione delle esigenze produttive. L’unione di 4 cellule minime definisce il modulo base di dimensioni idonee al trasporto: multipli di quest’ultimo delineano moduli successivi, mentre sottomultipli locali di servizio e connessioni verticali. Le tipologie proposte sono di circa 100 mq e si estendono su uno o più piani, tuttavia questo sistema permette lo sviluppo di varie soluzioni, dalle più semplici alle più articolate. Dato l’utilizzo quasi esclusivo di legname, sia nelle strutture portanti, che negli isolamenti e nelle finiture, le tecnologie costruttive adottate ben rispondono ai criteri di sostenibilità ambientale e di risparmio energetico che possono essere ulteriormente incrementate con impiego di scelte impiantistiche moderne.

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Andreia Rodrigues

Portugal

Andreia Rodrigues (1989, Funchal) studied Architecture at the University of Beira Interior (200713). Started an internship in Madeira Island (2014) where Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m working in international architecture competitions and projects in Portugal.

The origami inspired house is made for uncertain territories and uncertain limits. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a plural response to current global challenges and constraints such as production, transportation, assembly, economy and ecology. The innovative capacity of pre-fabrication, assembly and mobility is inspired by folded paper. The solution consists in folding and self-supporting wood panels that build the floor, walls and roof and that unfold to create the living spaces. Each module has a fix part and different unfolding panel combinations. The modules are extensible and compressed to allow better transportation and relocation. They are also flexible and dynamic having different possible combinations. The simple geometry shows a clean and clear-cut expression and also allows a harmonic relation with the urban fabric or the rural sight.

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Riccardo Bandera

Italy

Riccardo Bandera Architetto, piazzetta della Pace 15, 30171, Venezia Mestre. Sono nato a Rovereto, vivo e lavoro a Venezia, dove mi sono laureato con lode allo IUAV. Dopo 5 anni di collaborazione presso vari studi, da inizio 2014 svolgo l’attività di libero professionista concentrando il lavoro su ristrutturazioni con ampliamento e design di interni, dove ne seguo lo sviluppo in tutte le sue fasi:fattibilità, progetto preliminare, esecutivo e direzioni lavori. www.riccardobandera.com

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Progetto HWH è il titolo e la sintesi estrema del progetto. La proposta parte dai due moduli base contrapposti (H),costruttivamente identici, che contengono camere e spazi di servizio, i quali sono collegati dallo spazioliberamente configurabile (W) che racchiude la zona giorno. Il modulo H è composto da 4 setti in XLAM accoppiato alla coibentazione e all’impiantistica e chiuso superiormente da pannelli dalle dimensionicostanti che si estendono anche sopra lo spazio W. Grazie alla posizione di passaggi e aperture è possibile modificare la disposizione dei moduli H ottenendo progetti diversi nelle forme e volendo nelle dimensioni, ma dalle caratteristiche costruttive ed estetiche simili. All’esterno un portico leggero protegge il legno lasciato a vista e dona profondità e disegno all’intera opera.

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Giuseppe Giordano

Italy

Nato a Padova nel 1985, ha studiato architettura a Venezia, presso l’IUAV. Ha vissuto e lavorato a Roma, Barcellona, Parigi e Londra, dove vive attualmente.

Disegnare una casa prefabbricata sviluppandone diverse soluzioni architettoniche a partire da alcuni moduli base, può costituire un procedimento limitante per la qualità ed il carattere domestico dello spazio finale: il momento del montaggio, della composizione in situ dei diversi moduli viene identificato come momento fondamentale per evitare una standardizzazione e uniformazione anche dello spazio. Vengono definiti tre tipi di moduli prefabbricati, stanze pronte per essere abitate (camera da letto, bagno e cucina, un’ulteriore stanza). La qualità e il carattere della casa vengono quindi restituiti dallo spazio comune che si articola tra i moduli. Qui si svolgono le attività comuni e condivise (soggiorno, sala da pranzo): è uno spazio aperto al paesaggio circostante. Ad una diversa articolazione di questo spazio, corrisponde una diversa soluzione architettonica. I moduli ospitano invece attività più individuali e garantiscono uno spazio più intimo e raccolto.

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Mauro Tonello

Italy

Mauro Tonello, was born in Padua in 1982, is formed at the IUAV in Venice, where he graduated in architecture of the buildings with the highest grades in 2008. From 2008 to 2012, he worked with international C + S Associati in Treviso, engaged in public and private projects following each phase of design. From 2013 to today, works independently and founded his own architecture office.

The project is an archetype present everywhere in the Veneto region and transforms it with simple geometric operations of division, subtraction and rotation. The final end to become a prototype modular simple but strong and elegant, flexible and adaptable to any orientation or limit the context where the architectural object will place.

His research leads to simplification of architectural aesthetics, reduction and identification in place then become the key words that embody the design concept of the wooden house proposal.

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Francesco Michelis

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Gaspare Inglese Francesco Bitelli

Italy

GASPARE INGLESE – architect, group leader Nato a Varese nel 1956, consegue la laurea magistrale in Architettura presso l’Università degli studi di Firenze nel 1982 con tesi sull’approccio prestazionale alla progettazione in edilizia residenziale pubblica, con 110/110 e lode. Iscritto all’Ordine degli Architetti della provincia di Bologna dal 1983. Nel 2010, insieme ad un gruppo di giovani colleghi, dà vita ad ATELIER, laboratorio di idee, impegnandosi nella ricerca per l’innovazione in architettura e nel design, comprendente la partecipazione a diversi concorsi d’architettura, ottenendo fin da subito, ottimi risultati. Una esperienza di crescita culturale e professionale frutto del confronto d’idee tra diverse generazioni, una scommessa per credere in un futuro da architetti. FRANCESCO BITELLI – master’s degree in architecture Nato a Bologna nel 1988, consegue la laurea magistrale in architettura presso l’Università degli studi di Ferrara nel 2013, con valutazione 110/110 con lode.Abilitato alla professione di architetto nel 2014, attualmente svolge un’attività di collaborazione con uno studio di architettura e ingegneria a Bologna, nell’ambito di progetti residenziali e commerciali. Collabora inoltre con una cooperativa sociale di Trieste e con la municipalità e università locale nell’ambito della creazione di un osservatorio sulla qualità dell’abitare mirato allo screening di indicatori di qualità del tessuto sociale e fisico della città, con particolare attenzione alla

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sfera dell’edilizia sociale. Il concept interpreta la volontà di integrare sistemi strutturali in legno di grandi dimensioni con tipologie abitative a bassa densità, in grado di porsi in una relazione di continuità con i modelli insediativi tipici della Valle del Po, dando origine a nuove forme dell’abitare in campagna, in un paesaggio in continua mutazione. Abbiamo distinto due sistemi, entrambi modulari: quello strutturale (hat) e quello di completamento (infill), che rappresentano due fasi operativamente ed economicamente distinte del processo edilizio. Esso inizia dalla realizzazione di una grande copertura e si conclude nel montaggio dei moduli abitativi/funzionali, attraverso l’utilizzo di sistemi leggeri a secco, forniti in kit. La scelta dei materiali, riciclabili e di origine naturale, ed una serie di scelte impiantistiche e bioclimatiche legate al contesto locale, hanno condotto all’ideazione di un sistema casa efficiente e a basso impatto ambientale, adatto alle odierne esigenze dell’abitare.

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Riccardo Zerbinati Chiara Federica Viscaro

Italy

Riccardo Davide Zerbinati My name is Riccardo Davide Zerbinati, I’m 26 years old Master of Sustainable Architecture, graduated with excellent at Politecnico di Torino, IT, on 07/22/2014. My thesis titled Straw, Wine and Architecture and discusses about straw technology applied on building with a little project of a Winecentre in a small country near Ivrea, Turin. Chiara Federica Viscaro My name is Chiara Visicaro, I’m 26 years old, Doctor in Architecture and Sustainable Design,graduated at the Polytechnic of Turin, Italy in July 2014, with a thesis for the redevelopment of the urban void of Plaza de les Glòries Catalanes in Barcelona. During the last year of university, I had the opportunity to do an internship in Barcelona (Spain) in the atelier “Fusina6”, this experience gave me the opportunity to enrich my architectural vision, as well as a cultural one.

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LightBOX is a prefabricated wooden residential model. It is a rectangular shape developed on a unique plane of total 100 m2. The project focuses on lighting and accessibility placing a box with some living functions in the centre of the space. The architecture follows the example of the generators and design criteria of Mies Van Der Rohe. Particularly important in this project the natural light that completely illuminates the interior. Transparent shell covers North and South facades. To shield the summer sun there are some wood sunscreen opportunally sized on the South edge of the building. Two lightBOX elevations are completely blind; theese composed the structure of the building and along the pillars allow the roof to remain supported. The structure is composed by CrossLAM (w 12 cm) coated with fibre boarded insulation (w 20 cm) this allow the building to achieve very high performace (physical and technical characteristics) near 0.13 W/(m2K). To ensure a lower soil consumption the crawl space is made by still pillars surmonted by wood mesh on which lie down the cross laminated layer. Wood remains visible from inside and outside wherever is possible.

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Manuel Miguelez Kuthy

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Daniela Scanu

Italy

Sono una giovane Laureata in Architettura con abilitazione all’esercizio della professione. Ho completato il mio percorso universitario alla facoltà di Architettura del Politecnico di Milano e sono iscritta all’ordine degli architetti, pianificatori, paesaggisti e conservatori della provincia di Varese. Esercito la professione con passione ed un’attenzione particolare al tema della sostenibilità, affrontando scale e temi differenti, da quella urbana al progetto di elementi d’arredo. WEBSITE: http://danielascanu.wix.com/architecture

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Il progetto proposto per “Designing the future” si sviluppa sulla base di un approccio bioclimatico attento, ipotizzando la localizzazione del progetto nella fascia di clima temperato tipica del Nord Italia. La localizzazione dei locali e delle finestre è studiata in modo da ottimizzare il guadagno solare attraverso la parete Sud d’inverno e favorire un sistema di ventilazione naturale d’estate. Il sistema costruttivo è caratterizzato dall’utilizzo di pannelli di legno strutturali, isolamento in fibra di legno e finiture naturali. Il suo design è semplice ed accogliente, le sue forme e la sua modularità caratterizzano la base per altre interessanti variazioni.

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Shima Najafi

Iran

Shima Najafi Live : Tehran,iran From : Tehran,iran Birthday : 25 August 1987 Profession : Architect Studied : Islamic azad University south Tehran branch Degree: BA Skill: Revit, Autocad Architecture, Sketchup, photoshop Interest : Sustainable architecture ecological architecture green architecture.

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This project is located in the north of Iran on the regional temperate and humid climate near the Caspian Sea. This area is a forest of bamboo, wood bamboo good resistance to fill it with concrete, resistance to 2-fold increase. Bamboo is native material which is not so expensive and we can have strong structure ,with the minimal cost. I found this to use the bamboo materials for the house designing in future. In this project the bamboo was used as a main structure on walls ,ceilings and floors. The bamboo was used as grid on the walls And the osb wood was used on the both sides. It was covered with the white nano thermal insulation and moisture in the exterior side. The white color absorbs less heat in the summer the basic Idea of the project was given as a climate of this area In order to have better used of sun light in winter , the living room on the south side of the house the roof and the walls wear made of glass materials in order to have more light in this space. And to keep house warm in a winter day and wear covered with the sliding walls. This sliding wall has been used in a house in England. The house was composed of four squares of approximately 25 square meters. Of the them on the south side is made of glass for enjoying more landscape. In mazandaran province in iran the house are designed with appropriate space in order to have better air circulation due to humidity ,In this module it is attempted to circulation the air from the north to the south by creating a balcony and a combination of full and blank space.

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Magdalena Zalecka-Myszkiewicz

Poland

Magdalena Zalecka-Myszkiewicz Architect, Gliwice, Poland The leading features of the project are mobility, volatility and fitness and its aim is to create such a structure of a house, which will be able to transform with the user changing needs. The priority of the project was to consider functionality and simplicity of solutions while obtaining the most attractive living space. Accordingly, the complementary modules are designed, but for the daily space is assigned surface, which after composing modules it is possible to designate it as desired. The optimal grid is determined for the main part of the house program. It consists of three main functional belts in which can be formulated independent space, designed with the sample functional units. The project set examples of arrangements which can be combined freely, which in effect can give the houses of all sizes. By using the adopted mesh and designed modules, it is the ability to create not only homes with different arrangements, but also homes as a different types of buildings.

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Junhyun Park

Italy

I’m living in Milan in order to study Master in interior and living design at DomusAcademy from last year. these days, I’m working various projects at Cibicworkshop. Through the competition like ‘Designing the future’, I’d like tochallenge continuous various areas of design that I can do.

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How to build the house This project is started from human culture. The house has many meanings for people to live. Some people want to get some new things, staying in their home. Or others want to get just relax, getting out of their routine. So I thought that their houses have to be become unique house regarding to their needs. Human is incenter of the house, and they can assemble their places that they live in. Assemble with modules to build house in site I’d like to build some place where people can get some new things and differentatmosphere. thus, I start to think about traveling, and thinking of this is reached toa tent which have every function to live. There are places of eating, sleeping andliving in the tent. We can say that the tent is the most fundamental factor for lives. Opportunities of module The triangle structure that a tent has is the most stable structure as well as basic structure that can be transformed shape, making various forms in house. Andalso, this shape is friendly to the nature (climate, environment…etc.)

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Marcello De Felicis

Italy

Marcello De Felicis architetto (Roma, 1982). Dopo la maturità classica e la laurea in Architettura con tesi in tecnologia continua la sua formazione nel campo dell’architettura sostenibile e del risparmio energetico con corsi, tirocini, workshop internazionali e contest vari. Lavora dal 2010 nel settore dell’edilizia residenziale proseguendo la sua ricerca nel campo della sostenibilità.

Nella proposta presentata per il contest Designing The Future il punto di forza è rappresentato dalla scelta di un pannello base (realizzato al 100% in legno) declinabile secondo le più disparate esigenze. Nello specifico sono state scelte 2 sole misure con 2 diversi spessori che permettessero la realizzazione di infinite soluzioni, sia utilizzando i moduli nella loro forma originaria che sagomandoli con pochi e semplici tagli in cantiere o in fabbrica. La composizione stessa del pannello permette un riuso e un riciclo totale dei materiale.

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José Flavio Correa

Argentina

This architectural object develops a strong uptake and apprehension of life around the place, in order to give a new interpretation of cultural system of the community that inhabits it. There is a search of a new regional architectural language. The design is mostly present in: -The modules and its layout, because each one of them contains the necessary dimensions for the development of one activity (living room – dinning room – bedroom – wet area) and it allows a future incorporation of a bigger amount of modules than the one that already exists (9); -The eco – sustainability, because it appears a design of a microclimatic envelope which brings a very important plastic character, living visual mixtures according to the time of the year. Besides, the other sustainable systems are present in the heart of the house design. -The modules prefabrication, because the entire house can be prefabricated, splitting it in habitable modules and trellis and fence modules.

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Raffaele Sansonetti Gabriella Lo Re

Italy

Raffaele Sansonetti e Gabriella Lo Re, ingegneri, si laureano entrambi al Politecnico di Bari nel 2004 in Ingegneria civile con indirizzo edile-architettura; dal 2006 iniziano l’attività professionale in proprio con studio in Bari.

Il concetto su cui si fonda il progetto presentato è l’ideazione di un nucleo abitativo singolo monofamiliare in grado di potersi anche aggregare in più unità e con diverse soluzioni. Si è adottata una soluzione tipologica a patio chiusa essenzialmente verso l’esterno, così da permettere diverse soluzioni di aggregazione, e aperta verso il vuoto centrale interno su cui affacciano tutti gli ambienti della casa. Il sistema costruttivo adottato, composto da travi e pilastri in legno lamellare ed elementi di chiusura verticale prefabbricati costituiti da un pannelli multistrato di dimensioni modulari di 60x275 cm, permette di ottenere la massima flessibilità nelle diverse soluzioni architettoniche.

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Robert Ngure Gwokyalya Joyce

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We are: graduate students of architecture form makerere university located in kampala - uganda. Our design: inspiration was drawn from the positive and negative aspects of the manyatta hut. hence our concept aimed to broaden the idea of rest, to provide comfort in the life of the karamojong woman and maintain the aesthetic qualities of the manyatta dwelling. This was achieved by designing a module that could facilitate growth within the homestead, allow the different aspects of rest to take place within demarcated spaces, reduce the need for constant refurbishment of the dwelling and incorporation of green energy systems such as solar and water harvesting. the exterior of the building maintained the unique look of the manyatta hut which is the support post that run along its perimeter. This design not only focused on making living among the karamajong better but most importantly to provide the women a chance to enjoy life.

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Valentina Pelligrò Rota Elisabetta

Italy

Valentina Pelligrò, laureata in Architettura presso il Politecnico di Milano con la tesi: “Africa e Architettura: l’esperienza di una sfida attuale. Progetto di uno spazio scolastico polifunzionale in Sierra Leone”. Ho lavorato inizialmente in uno studio di Architettura a Varese dove ho maturato esperienza nello studio e progettazione di case prefabbricate. Attualmente sono agente e progettista per un’azienda che produce case prefabbricate in legno e collaboro anche per una società immobiliare come consulente alle vendite.

In allegato riportiamo la tavola già inviata in basse risoluzione come riferimento per i nostri contatti. Il nostro concept parte da un volume elementare che sintetizza in se lo schema strutturale e lo spazio architettonico. Questo ci ha consentito di creare e studiare svariate soluzioni abitative in risposta a definite esigenze abitative, senza perdere di vista le esigenze energetiche, il design e le relazioni con il paesaggio e territorio.

Rota Elisabetta, laureata in Architettura alla specialistica presso il Politecnico di MIilano con la tesi: “LEGNO e ARCHITETTURA. L’esperienza progettuale tra tecnologie innovative e rispetto della tradizione “ con voto 108/110. Collaboro in uno studio d’architettura a Varese dove mi occupo di ristrutturazioni e nuove costruzioni e continuo a seguire pubblicazioni e progetti, in collaborazione con atri studi, l’evolversi dei sistemi costruttivi e dell’abitare in edifici di legno. Siamo anche un team vincente nella progettazione di nuovi edifici mono familiari e di ristrutturazioni.

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Laura Platania

Italy

Laura Platania si è laureata all’Università di Roma “Sapienza” nel 2010 con una tesi in Scienza delle Costruzioni. Appassionata al tema della sostenibilità ambientale, ha conseguito il master di secondo livello “Territorio e Architettura Sostenibili” al Politecnico di Milano. Dopo aver lavorato per diversi studi di architettura prima a Parigi poi a Roma, ha deciso di aprire il proprio studio a Roma. Attualmente lavora come libera professionista offrendo servizi di consulenza a imprese di costruzioni, lavorando su diversi progetti a varie scale, dall’interior design alla pianificazione urbana, incontrando clienti privati o partecipando a concorsi internazionali di architettura. Il concept del progetto nasce dalla necessità di interpretare in chiave moderna la tipica casa della campagna romana, costituita da un unico volume stretto e lungo con tetto a doppia falda molto ribassato.

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Dividendo il volume in tre porzioni, si ottiene ciò che si può considerare il modulo base di circa 30 metri quadrati. La struttura portante del modulo in pannelli di legno è appoggiata su un base in cemento armato ed è costituita, in maniera schematica, da due componenti: il primo è l’involucro, costituito dalle parete laterali e dalle falde, il secondo è il rinforzo, costituito da pannelli longitudinali che hanno funzione di controventamento. Tutti gli elementi sono connessi tra di loro tramite piastre in acciaio angolari che assicurano la stabilità strutturale. Le pareti perimetrali sono rivestite all’interno con pannelli di fibra canapa e all’esterno con pannelli di legno poi intonacati, mentre sul tetto, anche esso isolato, vengono installati pannelli fotovoltaici e/o pannelli per il solare termico. In base alle necessità, la casa modulare può essere composta da uno o più moduli affiancati tra loro e uniti tramite l’eliminazione di alcuni dei pannelli trasversali per permettere il passaggio interno. Casa TRIS, così denominata perché composta da tre moduli, è di circa 100 metri quadrati. Oltre agli accorgimenti già citati, la casa presenta vari sistemi attivi e passivi a favore della sostenibilità ambientale, quali: orientamento secondo l’asse geotermico, il controllo della radiazione solare in estate e in inverno attraverso i vetri e attraverso gli oscuramenti artificiali (brise soleil) e naturali (alberi), la ventilazione naturale, la raccolta dell’acqua piovana per usi domestici, il raffrescamento e riscaldamento degli ambienti interni con sistema geotermico.

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Paolo Gialdini

Italy

Paolo Gialdini - Guidizzolo (MN) 2012 - Progetto architettonico selezionato dalla Scuola di Architettura e Società del Politecnico di Milano per la partecipazione a “University Project for Biennale” alla Biennale di Venezia, XIII Mostra Internazionale di Architettura “Common Ground”, diretta da David Chipperfield. 2014 - Conseguo la Laurea Magistrale in Architettura presso il Politecnico di Milano, Polo Territoriale di Mantova, con la votazione di 110/110. Tesi di laurea: “Progettare la Smart City – Esperienze a confronto”. Oggi - Lavoro temporaneo presso Studio di Architettura ed Ingegneria.

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Progettare una “macchina per abitare” capace di adattarsi ai bisogni di chi la vive è di certo un tema ricorrente. Molte le ricette, sempre quelli gli ingredienti. Cambia solo, ma neppure troppo, il modo di combinarli. Una corretta progettazione tiene conto dell’intero sistema, affronta le problematiche in maniera olistica: gli spazi e la loro flessibilità, l’efficienza e le tecnologie sono aspetti chiave di questo progetto. Ripristinare il ruolo del Soggiorno è tra i principali obiettivi: gli spazi di vita, delle relazioni, tornano ad essere gli ambienti fulcro dell’unità abitativa. Tutt’attorno si dispongono le altre stanze, flessibili e funzionali: cucina/sala da pranzo e lavanderia in successione permettono di sbrigare agevolmente le faccende domestiche; i disimpegni distribuiscono gli spazi, custodiscono impianti e vani tecnici; le camere da letto singole possono essere ampliate; e la suite matrimoniale, totalmente indipendente, può trasformarsi in ufficio.

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Mental Group

Poland

Mental Group is a group of young architecture collaborators, who do not hestitate to create strong architecture. Our goal is to create simple and therefore useful environment, which will be percieved as clear mark of our present and also as a timeless landmark. The team consists young polish architects who graduated Silesian Institute of Technology, which has strong emotional connection with modernism and bauhaus. Each one of us has a different approach in the design process - this provides strong inside-team critical evaluation of the project at every stage of the designing process in order to improve project in every possible way.

The origin of the idea takes place in polish traditional chimneyless house type, where in the center, was a bonfi re. For numbers of years familiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; life was concentrated around it. Ideology taken from polish architectural heritage, traditional materials and sustainable design rules result with the Mosaic Module Housing â&#x20AC;&#x201C; M2H. Single house consists of various modules containing different functions. Servicing and technical part goes together with vertical communication and master bedroom. Double volume living room connects within the same module with kitchen and second bedroom. The third type of module is an extension of daytime area in the ground floor â&#x20AC;&#x201C; enlarges living room and adds the dining room, while in the first floor, adds another bedroom extending the nighttime zone. The form of modules is not changing. They differ however in the coating layer. Different type of wood and various ways of placing it on the roof and elevation, create the mosaic effect, the M2H house is characteristic for. Every house is capped with the triple glazing wall. Thickness of thermal insulation layer and energy saving systems placed in technical room, make them considered as sustainable and ecological. Also the way houses are placed on the ground, with the modern system, thermal slab (e.g. Ubycha System) allow to avoid excessive interfere into the landscape and speed up the constructing on-the-site time.

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Arc(h)aB

Italy

In February 2013, Pasqualina Casiero, Monica Iacovone and Patrizia Moramarco, earn their degree in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Bari with the thesis: “A class Houses: residential settlements and integrated renewable energy”, a research about the sustainable Architecture issue whit the development of three self-made housing prototypes. In the same year, the CNACCP selects the project among the top ten of Archiprix competition. They decide to continue their research so constitute a work group called “Arc(h)aB” to meet again thanks architecture. They organize events and take part to competitions to improve their design experience. In their project the goal is always the same: use the architecture as a social tool, an architecture that does not merely to build, but it gives people the opportunity to “live” in the respect of their habitat.

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Pick up Frame is a wooden prefabricated house quick and easy to assemble. The bearing structure is made of a wooden frame repeated many times. Thanks this system is possible to achieve a good modular flexibility for every need. The system is so easy that also unskilled labors can build their home in a short time. The gable roof choice recalls the memory of ours places, the poor tradition of rural contest. This module permit to reproduce the same skyline with a different material, no more stone but wood, a slight, sustainable material. About the frame we studied a prefabricated opening mechanism to simplify the construction technique and improve the static performance. With few operation we have the bearing structure, then, to complete and close the prototype is necessary to insert the cladding panels. The panels are designed with an innovative material: hemp fiber. This material is able to guarantee healthiness of the environments, breathability and thermo-acoustic insulation; is green friendly, formaldehyde free but also water and fire proof. We studied and designed PICK UP FRAME like a solar passive house, green, cheap with a good design!

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José Antonio Pérez Ruiz

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José Antonio Pérez Ruiz, architect by the University of Málaga (Spain) committed to society looking to improve its quality of life through a sustainable design and construction. “Home, sweet vault” reflects the coexistence of two complementary premises: A wooden structural system which is able to adopt several configurations in a simple an efficient way to solve different requirements. It is composed of three basic elements: columns, beams, and curved pullins, these last elements characterize the project’s spaces. Also “Home, sweet vault” pays attention to the traditional mediterranean architecture. It represents a peaceful and high quality life style, which is defined by the simplicity of the spaces, construction and materials, also by its contact with the nature. The proposal presents a progression of spaces exterior and interior, ambiguous external spaces where most of life of mediterranean locals takes place.

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Kanelia Koutsandrea

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I hold a diploma in Architecture from the University of Patras in Greece. I completed my postgraduate studies receiving a master’s degree in Architectural and Urban Design form the University of Edinburgh and a master’s degree in Architecture form the National Technical University of Athens. I have worked in two architectural firms in Athens completing several architectural design proposals for residential, commercial and industrial projects. I am currently working as a freelance professional in Athens.

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The proposal’s main concept was the synthesis of a sustainable residential module which can successfully operate as a single-individual’s habitat, while when modified and multiplied it could easily provide a large variety of different residential units. A single-family house consists of two such modules placed in vertical arrangement. Greece’s mild winters and bright sunlight throughout the year allow for a residence to open up to the exterior. Therefore the 7.20x7.20 module opens up to a 7.20x3.60m roofed terrace which functions as the interior’s semi-open extension. The main facade preferably oriented towards the south ensures the interior’s natural lighting. The residence develops itself vertically in 4 different levels, namely the garage, the living / dinning area, the private rooms and the roof terrace. Its entire structure is made of CLT with visible interior surface. The natural qualities of timber create a sustainable and warm interior living atmosphere.

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Marco Chiesurin

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Marco Chiesurin was born in 1983 in Conegliano (Treviso). Following his studies at the IUAV in Venice (diploma 2009 with onorable mention) and at the Paduaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s University (MAS 2013: Strategic Environmental Management). He has been working as an independent architect since 2011 and he collaborated with several architecture and engineering offices, working in important public and private projects. Along with the working of architect, the focal point of his studies is in developing a research about sustainability in relation to architecture, urban planning, the arts and engineering.

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Innovate without forgetting means to reinvent, rework, re-discover everything there is to already meet the new requirements. And it is from this concept that took shape the proposal for a prefabricated house. When it comes to archtitettura Veneta, one can not think of Palladio and his villas. Palladio, in fact, invented new criteria and new ways to combine forms and elements of classical architecture, blending them with modern functional needs. With our idea, we want to demonstrate how to compose the simple modules can be produced architecture of great value. The houses are designed with a central open living space, and the other rooms placed in each of its four corners. Glazed niches create a connection with the exterior, and two recesssed windows form covered outdoor terraces which function as an entrance porch and dining room. The construction concept is very simple. The idea is to build the entire building (floor, walls, ceiling) by assembling insulation blocks separated by wooden beams.

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Behnam Nazari

Iran

My name is Behnam Nazari. I am from Iran and I live in Tabriz city, which is located in north-west of IRAN. I study Architecture and I am interested to take part in different competitions. I graduated 2 years ago, and I was busy with my obligatory military service for last two years. But I have already finished it and I can get involve more in my main major which is Architecture.

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NM ARCHITECTS

Poland

NM ARCHITECTS are: Zuzanna Szpocinska / Pawel Wolanin / Anna Boruta / Tomek Marciniewicz. We are a team of architects hailing from Warsaw. We have participated in numerous architecture competitions as students: Tomek and Pawel received 2nd place in the competition for the Art Centre made from containers (2010); an honorable mention in the competition for the Memorial commemorating vistit of the John Paul II on the Westerplatte in Gdansk (2011); an honorable mention in the competition for a public school complex design in Kazimierz Dolny (2012), whileAnna and Zuzanna received the grand prix in the contest for a public toilet design in Katowice (2013). In 2014we have joined forces and received the 1st prize in a Polish Vodka Museum design contest in Warsaw. This was the breakthrough moment when we created our own venture: 2MN architects. The architecture we represent and we believe in, is pure and clear space dedicated for it’s users. Architect’s job is to create it in the way that they feel comfortable and design the particular place by enhasing it’s advantages.

to create one space with the fireplace. 3rd module is a double bedroom. The last module is divided into 2 bedrooms. All 4 modules is an optimal area for living that can be adjusted according to what we need in the different periods of our lives. When we moved away from parents, all we need is a single studio: a basic space to live, work and sleep- perfect for students. When we meet someone special and we want to share life with him, we can orderanother module. It can be the open space with fireplace or the one with double bedroom, if we need a separate room.The last module is dedicated for children. When our kids become adults, they can detach theirown module. And this way the story comes full circle and starts to repeat itself.

The objectives of the project assume dividing the living space of 100m2 into four modules, 25m2 each. 1st module is a basic area that fulfills all the primary functions of a house. 2nd one is an open space which canbe connected with the 1st module

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Davide Lupini

Italy

Davide Lupini nato in Italia nel 1984 segue la sua vena artistica iscrivendosi all’Istituto Statale d’Arte B. di Betto di Perugia, dove si diploma a pieni voti iscrivendosi poi alla Facoltà di Architettura. Nel 2008 partecipa al Workshop Internazionale di Museografia e Architettura “Giambattista Piranesi” Prix de Rome, risultando tra i vincitori. Durante gli anni dell’Università collabora con diversi studi in qualità di renderista e progettista, occupandosi di design, progettazione architettonica e urbanistica. Laureato nel 2011 presso L’Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, con tema “La città del Tecnopolo, progetto di riqualificazione dell’Exmanifattura Tabacchi di Bologna”.

La costruzione dell’edificio è quanto più possibile standardizzata attraverso l’uso di pannelli prefabbricati che compongono i moduli base (cucina+soggiorno, servizi sanitari, camere) che sono facilmente collegabili tra loro in fase di montaggio in loco. Tale semplicità permette di avere, dalla posa in opera della fondazione, l’edificio pronto in sette giorni. Dalla composizione dei vari moduli si può ottenere, al bisogno, maggiori metrature e differenti soluzioni abitative. L’edificio, a basso consumo, presenta un elevato risparmio energetico garantendo in soli 30cm di pareti esterne un valore U: 0,18 W/ m²K, utilizzando materie prime di facile reperibilita, lavorazione e montaggio.

Attualmente lavora come libero professionista, spaziando tra concorsi di progettazione, design, urbanistica, incarici pubblici e collaborazioni con studi di architettura. si sviluppa dal concetto iconografico di casa infantile, quale luogo di affetti, ricordi, esperienze vissute e calore, l’oggetto poi è scisso seguendo il concetto di massimizzazione dello spazio disponibile di modularità e ripetività.

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Valentina Menichelli

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Denis Confalonieri Roberta Di Matteo

Italy

Denis nasce a Leopoli il 19 gennaio 1989 e da 22 anni vive a Seregno. Dopo gli studi superiori decide di intraprendere la strada dell’architettura iscrivendosi e laureandosi al Politecnico di Milano nel settembre 2013. Roberta nasce a Roma il 28 settembre 1989 e si trasferisce nel 1999 nella verde Brianza, a Biassono. Da sempre dotata di animo curioso e riflessivo e con una sfrenata voglia per la bellezza in tutte le sue forme, dopo 5 faticosi anni di liceo scientifico sceglie senza esitazioni l’appassionante strada dell’architettura iscrivendosi al Politecnico di Milano, dal quale esce laureandosi col massimo dei voti nell’aprile 2014. -Denis e Roberta si conoscono alla fermata “Porta Garibaldi” del Passante Ferroviario di Milano, in attesa del treno che li avrebbe portati all’università, e non solo. Da quel giorno, infatti, il loro rapporto di amicizia, stima e affetto s’intensifica sempre più, e dopo 6 lunghi anni di conoscenza si scoprono un ottimo team, anche nella vita.

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Il progetto de L’ECO-HOUSE ha preso avvio da una considerazione del tema della prefabbricazione ed ha dunque ritenuto necessario un approfondimento sulla modularità del sistema costruttivo utilizzato, che permette una fabbricazione veloce degli elementi e un rapido montaggio riducendo al minimo i tempi del cantiere in situ. Sono stati costituiti dei vani modulari fondamentali, differenziati per dimensioni e caratteristiche, i quali permettono di comporre diverse configurazioni del singolo alloggio ed eventuali aggregazioni di più alloggi, costituendo organismi più complessi in cui il sistema modulare diventa elemento di varietà piuttosto che di omologazione. Il tema della sostenibilità è stato affrontato sia nel concept, considerando forma ed orientamento dell’edificio in funzione del clima, sia nell’utilizzo dei materiali: il legno diventa così protagonista grazie alla sua riciclabilità ed alla sua bassa energia incorporata, abbattendo notevolmente i costi energetici di produzione.

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Victor Rejon Terrones

Spain

Date and place of birth: April 15th, 1988, Granada (Spain) Address: 80 St, Pinos Puente, Granada Academic training Architecture student, ETSAG, University of Granada, Spain Second prize, competition Alonso Cano 2013, University of Granada Finalist, competition Rome Motorino Check Point 2014, ArchMedium competitions Hobbies and interests design, traveling, sport, music, cinema... Since I think there isn’t the perfect home for everyone, I decided to devise a construction system based on a base module of 6x1,5m from which you can create the home you want, so the house is always adapted to the needs of its residents. The idea is to do as in the automobile industry, producing the different parts of the house in the workshop and later assemble them on-site destination. Each truck can carry 4 modules that we will use trucks of 13m long. The puzzle’s house is designed to be always adaptable, say you are a student, and you buy 3 modules so you start with a stay compact and if you are going to live with your girlfriend can add 2 or 3 more modules. Finally, if you decide to form a large family you keep acquiring modules. The flexible and modular concept remains inside thanks to “supercloset”. Also it consists of modules contains all functions necessary for everyday life. The furniture, the bathroom, facilities...everything disappears into the walls.

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BECHIARCHITECTURES

Italy

Lo studio si occupa di progettazione architettonica sia nell’ambito di nuove realizzazioni che nel recupero del patrimonio edilizio esistente, di interiordesign e di landscape. David Bechi. Siena 1979 Studia architettura presso l’Università di Firenze dove si laurea nel 2005 con il massimo dei voti. Dopo varie collaborazioni presso studi di architettura nel 2008 fonda lo studio associato “Agenzia di Architettura” esperienza che si concluderà nel 2013. Nello stesso anno da vita allo studio BechiArchitectures. Jonathan Bertolo. Torino 1986 Dal 2009 collabora con diversi studi di architettura e ingegneria nel torinese, mentre cresce in lui la passione per il paesaggio e la bioedilizia. Laureato in Architettura al Politecnico di Torino nel 2012, dal 2013 sviluppa varie progetti con BechiArchitectures per concorsi internazionali e per clienti dello studio. Elemento imprescindibile nello sviluppo del progetto risulta la ricerca sulla sostenibilità ambientale con l’utilizzo di tecniche e materiali della bioarchitettura rivolte al risparmio energetico ed al benessere dell’utente.

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Victor Vazquez Blanco

Spain

VICTOR VAZQUEZ BLANCO 1984 Born in A Coruña (Galicia - Spain) 2010 Bsc. Architecture, A Coruña School of Architecture XAVIER LOUREIRO VILAMISAR 1984 Born in Cerceda (Galicia Spain) 2009 Bsc. Architecture, A Coruña School of Architecture IDURRE GARCIA FERNANDEZ 1985 Born in Mondragon (Pais Vasco - Spain) 2009 Bsc. Architecture, Navarra School of Architecture JONATHAN PAILLEUX 1989 Born in Saint Etienne (France) 2012 Bsc. Architecture, Ecole d’architecture Clermont Ferrand

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The GZ House proposal is placed in the North of Spain, specifically in Galicia. The unit is developed in 2 levels. The living room, the kitchen and one bedroom are placed in the ground floor, while 2 more bedrooms are placed on the upper floor. By the overlap in height of the modules a covered porch is generated on the ground floor that can be used as a garage. Additional structure modules can be added to create outside pergolas. Each basic module has 2 parallel bands where 6 furniture modules can be placed on each. From the combination of these furniture modules different rooms can be created on each basic module.100% flexibility is provided to adapt to the requirements of each family. Basic modules can be divided in two equal pieces to facilitate transportation. A double column allows the two pieces to be self supporting during the transportation. A wall cavity in the inner face of the facade allows to distribute all technical ducts to the furniture modules.

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Jelena Vukmirovic Svetlana Pavkovic Lidija Slivka Petar Petkov Chile

The group of former Belgrade’s students of architecture reunited after years of studying, working and living in different parts of the world. Jelena Vukmirovic (Mag.arch. from the University of Applied Arts-die Angewandte-Vienna, who lives and works in Vienna), Svetlana Pavkovic (MArch from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture, who lives and works in Santiago, Chile) and Lidija Slivka (MArch from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture, who lives and works in Bratislava, Slovakia).

Reconnected and formed JSL Team with the goal to enjoy the process of creating architecture and follow it’s path where ever it takes them. In the case of Marlegno’s competition the JSL Team worked in collaboration with their colleague Petar Petkov (Dipl.Ing. from the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture, who lives and works in Vienna, Austria). If ‘’non -places’’ are placeholders for ‘’places’’ then every new multiplication/reduction of ‘’non places’’ creates always more/less ‘’places’’. When ‘’the void’’-’’non place’’ (common-transitmeeting area) becomes the obsession, centraldominant element, then the House W is created! ‘’The void’’-’’non place’’ starts following user’s wishes. It starts carrying wide range of places, supporting user’s lifestyle and different phases in his life. The House W´s construction is designed to be energy efficient, airtight, durable, healthy, ecological, sustainable and easy to be made. In this way the House W becomes user’s creation - his own place!

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Marie Boltenstern

Austria

As a Berlin-based Architect, Marie is passionate about the power of computational design and fabrication methodologies within architecture. She is a graduate of the Emergent Technologies and Design Masters programme at the Architectural Association London and her particular interested lies in the convergence of architectural design and structural engineering.

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â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The plug-in houseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; is a continuation of her research into cutting-edge technology. A shape-optimizing algorithm defines form through surrounding climatic and environmental conditions. The shape is dissolved into construction pieces which are oriented according to sun vectors. The pieces are plugged together to become modules which are designed to be carry-able by mancraft- no cranes are necessary on the building site,the house can be plugged together like a three-dimensional puzzle. The complexity lies in the connecting parts and holes which arefabricated with help of a multi-axis computer numeric machine.!

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Israel Hurtado Cola

England

My Name Is Israel H Cola, And I Have Been Involved In The Architectural Practice Since 2004 In A Wide Spectrum Of Projects: From Private Houses To Big Scale Schemes, Public Buildings And Master Plans, Cultural, Educational, Work And Residential Typologies. I Graduated At The Alicante School Of Architecture In 2007 With The Project-Urban Thesis “Parque Via”, A Study On Green Infrastructures As Catalysts For Urban Regeneration. Based In London Since 2010, I Have Had The Opportunity To Expand My Areas Of Interest: Working On Several Projects On All RIBA Stages From Conception To Construction; and completing MA Studies On Community Participation & Neighbourhood Plans, and Experience Design & Narrative Environments. Design, Sustainability and Public Realm are my main areas of interest and I’m used to work within complex multidisciplinary teams. I am majorly interested in the grey areas where public and private meet and constantly exploring new formulas for shared or cooperative houses/spaces.

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Massimo Tocco

Italy

Massimo Tocco (Pescara, 1980) laureato in Architettura presso la Facoltà di Architettura dell’Università degli Studi “G. D’Annunzio” di Chieti-Pescara con votazione di 110 e Lode nel 2006, si abilitata all’esercizio della professione nel 2007 e nello stesso anno si iscrive all’Albo dell’Ordine degli Architetti P.P.C. della Provincia di Pescara. Nel 2009 apre il proprio Studio di Architettura a Pescara con cui svolge l’attività professionale e partecipa a concorsi nazionali ed internazionali.

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L’idea che sta alla base del progetto presentato per il concorso “Designing the future” è il biscotto usato in falegnameria per unire pezzi di legno tra di loro. La struttura dell’edificio è concepita attraverso un abaco di piastre e muri realizzati come elementi rigidi e prefabbricati in stabilimento. Le piastre e i muri sono costituiti da un telaio principale che borda l’intero elemento con una trave in legno lamellare 16 x 16 cm; all’interno si trova la struttura secondaria in listelli di legno e il materiale isolante, esternamente il pannello viene rivestito secondo la finitura desiderata. La connessione tra i singoli elementi base avviene attraverso profili metallici che funzionano in maniera del tutto simile alle lamelle utilizzate dai falegnami. L’edificio si sviluppa su 2 livelli, con al piano terra la zona giorno e la zona notte al piano primo. La copertura è praticabile e vi sono collocati un orto/giardino e una capanna di pannelli fotovoltaici. Quest’ultima ha il duplice scopo di trasformare i raggi solari in energia elettrica, e di recuperare le acque piovane.

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Domenico Giacomino

Italy

Nato a Potenza e laureato con lode in architettura-ingegneria edile presso l’università degli studi di Roma La Sapienza, specializzato in Progettazione Tecnologica e Ambientale. Esperienze professionali nel campo della progettazione bioclimatica, consolidamento di edifici storici, recupero involucro edilizio e consulenza e riqualificazione energetica.

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Questa abitazione personalizzabile e flessibile da la possibilità ai futuri proprietari di decidere la distribuzione degli spazi interni (si possono ottenere fino 4 camere da letto) ed esterni a seconda delle necessità. La zona giorno è sempre affiancata da una serra solare o da una loggia. La disposizione degli spazi esterni, può essere progettata per meglio adattarsi alle esigenze climatiche e ambientali della zona di ubicazione del fabbricato, come l’inserimento di una loggia a nord in un clima molto caldo o a sud, o est in un contesto montano o appenninico.

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Guilhem Lamour

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Lucia Belemmi Elisa Montalti

Italy

Lucia Belemmi Nel 2014 si laurea a pieni voti presso la Facoltà di Architettura di Cesena. Attualmente svolge periodo di praticantato presso uno di studio di architettura e ingegneria nella Repubblica di San Marino e svolge attività di ricerca indipendente sull’architettura Giapponese. Elisa Montalti Nel 2013 si laurea a pieni voti presso la Facoltà di Architettura di Cesena. Attualmente lavora presso la Università Pontificia Bolivariana di Medellin in Colombia, come architetto nel “gruppo d’investigazione Architettura LEET, case prefabbricate in cemento armato”.

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Il progetto propone un edificio capace di adattarsi alle diverse di condizioni climatiche. Il volume è essenziale ed è definito da tre scatole: la zona living, la zona notte e i servizi che sono tenuti insieme da un una scatola più esterna. La configurazione dell’edificio può essere costantemente modificata grazie ad un sistema di scorrimento, che non solo consente di dilatare e comprimere lo spazio generando serre, un patio o un volume compatto, ma di migliorare le prestazioni energetiche e di confort durante l’anno.

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Daniel Félix Alfredo Di Zenzo Roberto Bologna Artur Feio Portugal

Daniel Félix is an architect and researcher. He is member of CITAD – Research Centre in Territory, Architecture and Design of Lusíada University (Portugal), and of HMS – Historical and Masonry Structures of University of Minho. He is a PhD student at Faculty of Architecture and Arts of Lusíada University of Vila Nova de Famalicão, where he obtained an Integrated Master in Architecture. He is conducting his doctorate thesis on post-disaster architecture. Alfredo Di Zenzo is an architect graduated at University of Florence in 2009. After some professional experiences in Italy and South America, he worked as research fellow at University of Florence dealing with innovative components and systems for the improvement of the building envelop energy performances. Since 2012 is teaching assistant at University of Florence. Actually is partner of EDZ+ architectural office in Florence. Roberto Bologna, Lecco (LC) December 11th 1959. Architect, PhD in Architectural Technology, Professor of Architectural Technology, Department of Architecture, University of Florence. Director of the master degree in Architecture at the University of Florence. Head of the Department of Architectural Technology and Design “Pierluigi Spadolini” (Dip. TAD) from 2006 to 2012. Member of the Teaching Board of the Research Doctorate in Architecture at the Dept. of Architecture. Enrolled at the Register of the Disciplinary Expert Reviewers for ANVUR (National Agency of University system and Research Evaluation). Member of the CIB

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W82 commission “Future studies in construction” (canceled in 2006) and member of the CIB W120 commission “Disaster and the built environments”. Member of the international research network I-rec “Post disaster reconstruction”. Member of the Interuniversity Research Centre TESIS “Systems and Technologies for Health Care Buildings (University of Florence, University of Rome. “La Sapienza”). Fields of interest (scientific research and architectural design): university architecture (housing for students, educational e research unit), social and health care architecture (hospitals, centers for Alzheimer’s patient care), temporary architecture, civil protection (shelters for post disaster emergency, shelters areas). Artur Feio is now Assistant Professor at the University Lusíada, Famalicão - Portugal. Before (20022006), he was a Doctoral fellow at the University of Minho, Portugal and University of Florence, Italy where he had performed his PhD work (Inspection and Diagnosis of Historical Timber Structures: NDT Correlations and Structural Behaviour). He has made contributions in the fields of Wood Structures, Structural Rehabilitation of Wood Structures and NDT Tests on Wood Structures. In his experience, he has the opportunity to participate in several consultancy projects in Portugal, including inspection diagnosis and strengthening design. He is actively involved in some National and European standardization committees.

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Maja WiĹ&#x203A;niewska Beata Kuc Poland

A Polish team consisting of two graduates of the Faculty of Architecture of Gdansk University of Technology. While living in Gdansk and Gdynia, they hold the positions of assistant architect and urban designer at local architectural firms. The main idea of the project is to create a new form and modern aesthetics that recall the spirit of traditional Polish country manor houses. The functional plan contains: a vestibule (required because of climate factors), a master bedroom, a child/guest bedroom, a kitchen with storage space, a bathroom, a walk-in wardrobe, a technical room, a storage room, and finally, a very representative two-floor-high living room with a dining space and an open staircase. Moreover, the project meets the requirements of passive building technologies: the structure is compact, with very few doors and window openings from the north, and maximum insolation from the south.

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Matteo Lattanzio

England

Graduated at Universitaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; degli Studi di Trieste in 2009 he moved to England to continue his studies in architecture. After completion of a Master in Architecture at Leeds Metropolitan University he moved to Spain to work at SAP Arquitectos as an intern. After that he returned to United Kingdom to complete his professional career. Currently employed at Sheppard Robson in Manchester working on commercial and educational projects.

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The k-HOUSE is a system of super-insulated structural panels conceived to allow for an off-site prefabrication of several modules that then can be attached to a building core, which contains all the services, mechanical and electrical necessary to run the house. It also deploys a number of sustainable strategies, such as wind catcher, a water tank used to harvest rain, a biomass heating system and solar panels, for the production of clean sustainable electricity. Aim of the system is the creation of an econeighborhood , formed by several types of homes, driven by their location in relation to the sun path, roads and topography, which combines a variety of architectural forms.

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Lukasz Grela

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Fabrizia Zorzenon

Italy

Graduated from the University of Architecture in Venice, Fabrizia Zorzenon has more than ten years of experience as architect and designer by now. Her cultural background stems from a peculiar combination of an inherited passion for theater and set design, and a strong interest for architecture and the living space. A kind of feeling and mixture which led her to work as exhibition designer, and to further develop her knowledge into the theme of housing and wood construction later. The latter has been also endorsed by many travels to US dedicated to the study of local building technologies and the L.A. Modernism as exceptional example of modeling the light using lightweight structures. The same she tried to realize with her idea of prefab wood houses where the archetypal order of italian culture open up to a new way of designing the house where the bearing structure, instead of being hidden, reveals its utter beauty becoming architecture itself.

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Fabio Marigliani Susanna Clemente

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Gaia Romeo Stefano Libianchi

Italy

Gaia Romeo She is a Rome-base architect (since 2008) responsible for interior design, bioclimatic architecture and urban design. She is a specialised technical consultant in Italian planning legislation. She collaborates with the RomaTre University Department of Architecture, including the Solar Decathlon Europe 2012, team Medinitaly. Stefano Libianchi A graduate in Architecture in 2014 from RomaTre University he is interested in interior design and bioclimatic design. He creates three-dimensional representations of architecture and physical and virtual models. Since 2012 the duo have developed various projects and participated in national and international competitions, including the Eco_luoghi 2013 winning entry under the direction of the architect Eliana Mangione.

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The interior of a home is in direct contact with its inhabitants. Yet people also wish to live outside. Our project brings some of the pleasures of external living INside the house. Plants, vegetable, herbs. The house is about enjoying the patio, a traditional element of the Mediterranean lifestyle. We also introduced a selection of technical elements: white walls, fragmented light, blue ceramic tiles, stairs. This building typology naturally offers good levels of indoor comfort. It requires little energy to function. Its thick walls help reduce ambient air temperature while the buffer zone mitigates air flow. The white terraces and roof reflect the sunâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rays and trap rainwater for irrigation. The house offers 100 sq. m on two levels, with dedicated service blocks and fluid spaces serving as multifunctional spaces throughout the day. The planning of this wood house is based on a modular system that searches for a faster, better and more economical way of building. The proposed landscape is that of Central Italy, the city of Rome and its surroundings.

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Serafina Merola Antonio di Iorio

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Serafina Merola Nata a Caserta nel 1986, si laurea in Architettura U.E. nel 2011, presso la Facoltà di Architettura “Luigi Vanvitelli” di Aversa - Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli - con la tesi in “Progettazione di restauro architettonico e urbano”. Attualmente collabora con lo studio di architettura OfCA. Antonio Di Iorio Nato a Napoli nel 1982, si laurea in Architettura U.E. nel 2013, presso la Facoltà di Architettura “Luigi Vanvitelli” di Aversa - Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli - con la tesi in “Rappresentazione e modificazione multi criterio dell’ambiente costruito e naturale”. Attualmente collabora con lo studio di architettura OfCA.

Nel progetto si affronta il tema della casa prefabbricata in legno attraverso l’individuazione di un modulo costruttivo a controllo dimensionale. Il modulo dà la possibilità di sfruttare differenti possibilità di combinazione. Le dimensioni dei moduli sono state ricavate dallo studio dello spazio necessario a sviluppare al loro interno le diverse funzioni abitative e dall’ottenere la massima prefabbricazione, trasportabilità e facilità di assemblaggio. Gli elementi che vengono assemblati in cantiere sono esclusivamente quelli di connessione e le finiture esterne. La facilità di aggregazione è favorita dalla scelta di avere almeno una parete libera (per entrambi i moduli) che consente sia di connettere i blocchi che di avere un’ampia apertura. L’edificio è composto da moduli con struttura prefabbricata intelaiata in legno, posta su fondazioni in cemento armato che lo distaccano dal suolo, sia per diminuire il più possibile l’impatto sul suolo, sia per isolarla dal terreno.

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K+Y TEAM

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Kenza Anice: ARCHITECT, From Casablanca, Morocco, studied in the National School of Architecture in Rabat (Morocco), 2012 graduate, currently working in Seoul, South Korea. Youssef Elamraoui: ARCHITECT, From SalĂŠ, Morocco, studied in the National School of Architecture in Rabat (Morocco), 2014 graduate, currently working in Rabat, Morocco.

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The Concept of the Project is to make the house in every level a small-scaled observatory over the environment landscape to allow its inhabitants to enjoy the diversity of the sceneries around it. Since Morocco is an Islamic Country, the lifestyle over centuries in search of intimacy and privacy, was to open the space from the inside and close the outside, thus the relationship with the outside space was almost absent. The House Concept allows the Single Family members who, upon their culture still privilege the traditional lifestyle, to conserve their space intimacy and at the same timeinteract strongly with their immediate environment. The height of the house comes as an accentuation to the concept of the Observatory as itallows at different levels to come across the beauty of the outside while being in theprivacy of the inside, until you reach the Rooftop which is the main highlight of the housegiving the privilege to outlook a superb view over the top of the forest and a completeview over the Pueno Island, and by that OBSERVE. The Eco-sustainability concept is also a main climax in the project, since it respects theadjacent environment and adapt to it, by using ecological materials, a natural heatingsystem, and collection of rainwater for a later use.

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Marco Emanuel Francucci

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Valentina Di Maccio

Italy

Valentina Di Maccio, nata a Gaeta, consegue la Laurea Magistrale in Ingegneria Edile Architettura presso l’Università di Roma Tor Vergata nel 2013 ed è iscritta all’Ordine degli Ingegneri della Provincia di Latina.

Il principio fondamentale che ha ispirato il progetto wooEden house, è la ricerca, attraverso l’intervento costruttivo, di un equilibrio tra ambiente ed esigenze antropiche. L’utilizzo di bioedilizie, l’attenzione a proporre soluzioni rispondenti a criteri bioclimatici e la realizzazione dell’edificio con struttura portante e pannelli in legno, permettono l’armonico inserimento dell’edificio nel contesto naturale circostante e rendono l’ambiente interno salubre, accogliente e confortevole. Partendo da elementi modulari si sono creati volumi differenti che segnalano all’esterno le diverse aree funzionali della casa (area living, zona notte, cucina, autorimessa); le coperture, a diverse altezze, sono piane o a falda singola e si caratterizzano per la presenza di verde estensivo.

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Malgorzata Ciurej

Poland

I am a student of master degree in architecture at the Cracow University of Technology additionally working for one architectural office. At this moment I have practice in office in Tallinn. In last year I had also opportunity to study architecture on Politecnico di Torino.

In my project I want highlight changes in familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life and possibility to fit house into our actually preferences and situation. Prefabricated wooden house can evaluate with our family. The main modul we can expand as we want and need it. As a finishing materials I use vertical wooden planks, metal plates and glass. As an inspiration I take typical wooden house from polish characteristic houses in Zakopianski Style with pitched roof and wooden beams as a construction and also as finishing elements. I want to give something fresh, especially by connect full walls with glass in parts of building where we can catch energy from the sun in the simplest way.

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Antonio Posadino

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Juan Percy Casas Tovar

Peru

Architecture Faculty - Universidad del Centro del Peru (2010-present) photography and travelling

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Modular home was designed with three modules, the modules are attached in different ways making it possible for new models and not only classical orthogonal forms, the modules also allows oblique forms. These modules are able to create classical and non-classical forms. The pieces are designed to be built into the factory, they have a width of 2.44 metres, according to the standards ISO (International Standardization Organization), It allows the modules to be carried by a multimodal transport, and then taken directly to the parcel.

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Deborah Moretti

Italy

Young Italian architect, graduate of the University IUAV of Venice with honors in 2011 with a thesis entitled â&#x20AC;&#x153;Slow Movement: new networks for the development of the identity of the borderâ&#x20AC;? with prof. Roberta Albiero and M.C. Tosi, after some training and professional experience in Venice she moved to Udine, where she lives and works as a freelancer in the field of residential construction technology primarily with wood. Success of project to sustainable concepts, very high attention to resource and cost reduction together with high quality architecture; housing projects with innovative spatial concepts high quality and comfort either in high as well as with low budget projects. Always passionate about the issues of architectural composition is characterized by the coherence of the language and a minimalist style made of simple shapes and pure, distinguished by a focus on materials and details. In addition to the design of products to tailor-made furniture and interior design for private clients, is responsible for public housing construction. Participate in national and international competitions. In March 2012, the thesis project has been selected on the 5th Expo - Building in Rome for the exhibition.

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The project is in harmony with the rhythms of nature could be an existentialchoice or a different way to spend the weekend. The research is aimed at the construction of a detached house in zero CO2 emissions thanks to plantintegrated photovoltaic, receiving surfaces using solar energy for the wintermonths and the use of the passive strategies that make the building selfsufficient even for the summer months. Extremely high performance, Class A +,comfortable and modern design, conceive a home can improve the quality of time spent in these environments ensuring savings in terms of energy. The flexibility of the design is such that you can make different housing solutions thanks to the aggregation of 3 modules, living area, sleeping area and services such that adjacent or overlapping can also become the basis for building more complex architecture.

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Xiujian Liu

China

Xiujuan Liu Degree : Bachelor of Architecture of Tsinghua University Master of Engineering of China Architecture Design & Research Group (CAG) Research : The development of medical environment and humanizationin in the digital era Professional qualification : Class 1 Registered Architect (The Peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Republic of China) As young men in China, we arc facing a hard time. Because of political or historical reasons, we are losing more and more troditional culture. Because of economic pressures, more and more young men chose to pursuit profits instead of chasing ideals. We overthrow old bad tradition, but not build up a new faith yet, most people lost itself in the history. This project is just an attempt, trying to bring back what is precious to everyone.

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Martin Zatecka

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Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m from Prague, Czech republic and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m student of architecture at the Czech Technical University. With my friends, we founded our own architectural studio ARCHISTROJ, three years ago. The studio works in the fields of architecture, spatial planning and landscape design, and is focused on urbanism and parametric design.

I belive, that developmet of houses and cities should be rather facilitate and guide than determined, stable and not flexible. Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s developer construction and catalogue houses dominate the housing market. It is a common situation that people do not have the opportunity to influence how their future home will look like. In my opinion, prefabrication and modular architecture does not have to limit the spatial variability while maintaining the efficiency of production and construction. The design of the S3Max system offers sustainable prefabricated housing with noumerous variations. Each house can be easily rebuilt; rooms can be added or removed anytime. Excess rooms can be then sell or change into separate buildings. S3Max building system finds its use in restoring the areas where is the need of effective and fast building process. Can also be used for social housing. People can participate on the arrangement of the house according to their needs while keeping a reserved budget.

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Octavio Altamirano M.

Mexico

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lâ&#x20AC;? Standard House [LSH] Description: [LSH] is a symbol to identify with a house. 4 L create a social area kitchen-dining-living, coated on the inside by a wooden surface as a symbol of the house, reach 30% of the construction in the early days, with efficient placement of modular structures with 39m2. Social area creates a circulation as Z form: continuous communication between LR/DR & DR/K. 2 L allow complete 2 rooms for a minimum program: bathroom, pantry and stairs for access to terrace -42m2. A corridor gives access to the rooms and bathroom with an axis of opposite circulation. Communication between the intimate and social area is created with a node/vestibule, dividing the social area, and separates the intimate links with the social activities. 2 more structures generate a third room with a bathroom, service area, storage and garage. 8 L reaches 93m2. [LSH] allows with each addition still obtain an efficient program, creating a variety of applications to the 4 sides and roof, for up plan or future extensions.

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Gianluca Gnisci Maria Irene Lattarulo Silvia Di Turi Italy

Arch. Gianluca Gnisci 22.11.1987 Modugno (Bari) Master degree in Architecture at Politecnico di Bari, Italy (110/110 cum laude) PhD student in Civil Engineering and Architecture at Politecnico di Bari, Italy

European urban frame house” is in a different buffer, a sustainable and high-performance material such as the “biomattone” (hemp brick), and in a greater freedom in the assembly of individual elements reached by a semplification of elements (1 frame with 3 variations).

Arch. Maria Irene Lattarulo 13.11.1987 Acquaviva delle Fonti (Bari) Master degree in Architecture at Politecnico di Bari, Italy (110/110 cum laude) PhD student in Civil Engineering and Architecture at Politecnico di Bari, Italy Arch. Ing. Silvia Di Turi 18.12.1986 Bari Master degree in Building Engineering and Architecture at Politecnico di Bari, Italy (110/110 cum laude) PhD student in Civil Engineering and Architecture at Politecnico di Bari, Italy The proposed project is a way to optimize the industrial processes in construction industry through standardization and prefabrication. The project aims at the creation of single-family houses with wooden frame, through the assembly of a few basic elements: prefabricated infill modules, corner posts, beams of the attic, roof elements. The idea of the basic module takes into account the research on prefabrication in building industry developed in Europe during the first decades of the twentieth century. The theoretical reference is to the so-called system Fafa (Fabrizierte Fachwerk) developed by German architect Paul Schmitthenner in 1925. This system was based on the use of wooden frames infilled with pumice stone. The metal mesh plaster holding serves to remove the plaster from the wooden structure to avoid breakage. Innovation in the “21st century

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Pamela Ferri

Italy

Pamela Ferri ( 21 Agosto 1975) Artista e progettista. Tutto il mio lavoro di ricerca si basa sulla geometria intuitiva dei frattali come nuova frontiera del pensiero e nella teoria armonica delle Stringhe o Superstringhe.

L’Angelo e l’Angolo = Struttura = Matrice multiuso: Questo lavoro è tratto da una Matrice unica, un concetto di Spazio TempoR(e)ale che ha in se lo studio intuitivo della geometria frattale. L’Infinito continua a ripetersi ininterrottamente nel movimento e nelle varie configurazioni che ogni struttura può assumere. Le dimensioni si adeguano ogni volta alle variazioni delle esigenze quotidiane…e in questo caso sono nell’abitare. Ci si muove a più livelli di espansione dove le molteplici Forze vettoriali nello spazio si traducono costantemente nella Forma di un Corpo in perfetto equilibrio-autoportante. I materiali di rivestimento possono essere di varie tipologie, ciò che conta è la struttura geometrica frattale e la sua possibilità di attuazione e materializzazione in ogni luogo. «I frattali servono a trovare una nuova rappresentazione che parta dall’idea di base che il piccolo in natura non è nient’altro che una copia del grande. La mia convinzione è che i frattali saranno presto impiegati nella comprensione dei processi neurali, la mente umana sarà la loro nuova frontiera»(Benoît Mandelbrot)

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Alessandra Platania

Italy

Alessandra Platania. From: Catania. I got my degree in Architecture three years ago at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Catania, located in Siracusa.

The wooden house has been designed to be located in Pedara, Sicily, at a latitude of 31°61â&#x20AC;&#x2122; and an altitude of 610 m.a.s.l. The building is composed of three blocks (and the third has been stretched to form a L-shaped branch for the night area) opening on a private garden. A lug wrench protects the glass surface from the direct hit of the sun on the south. Using a goniometer of the shades and the map of the sun for this latitude, I verified that it is sufficient to let the southern face catch the warmth of the sun during the cold season and only its light during the hot season. The walls are all made of Cross Laminated Timber boards, just changing the thickness and the layers to make the difference between the structure and the inner partitions. The panels have been designed with the proper shape to be connected to each other and they are anchored on the ground by a steel hold down, whereas the material does not change with the isolation, made of wood fiber, to limit the heat bridges.

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All1Studio

Bulgaria

All 1 Studio is a team of young and ambitious architects and engineers who have been at the market for a couple years. Our headquarters is in Sofia, Bulgaria. We have offices in London and Boston, as well. We believe that everything around us affects the quality of our life. Necessities and demands of people make for a variety of trends and styles in architecture. Our philosophy is imprinted in our work- the best architecture is a symbiosis of all elements that separately comprise and inform the nature of a building: the structure that holds it up; the services that allow it to function; its ecology; the quality of natural light; the symbolism of the form; the relation of the building to the skyline or the streets; the way you move through or around it; its ability to delight. Every building we create, is an impersonation of this philosophy. Our work and efforts ensure that our actions and decisions today will make world better place for future generations.

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duQo

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Il duo duQo nasce per caso da un’idea comune di casa e di architettura sostenibile, flessibile e divertente. DuQo si compone di Danila Marasca e Francesco Servadio. Servadio Francesco nasce e vive a Senigallia dove attualmente collabora con uno studio tecnico; consegue la laurea magistrale in Ing. Edile nel luglio del 2013 con una tesi dal titolo: “Analisi dinamica per strutture in legno con tecnologia XLAM: caso studio” Rivolge particolare interesse verso i molteplici aspetti della bioedilizia e delle costruzioni in legno, cercando di conoscere e approfondire una valida alternativa al costruire comune.

Siamo partiti dal concetto di modulo per poi arrivare a quello di modulazione e compilazione dello spazio. Vogliamo uno spazio abitativo confortevole e ad personam, che si costruisca intorno alla persona a seconda delle sue esigenze.Un modulo che possa quindi dare forma ad uno spazio organico e ..lessibile sia nel costruirlo sia nella sua evoluzione. Abbiamo scelto di realizzarlo con la struttura XLAM per la sua elevata velocità di assemblaggio in cantiere, per lavorazione di precisione in fase di prefabricazione, con la certezza di non dover considerare tolleranze o margini di riserva importanti e per le sue prestazioni strutturali, specie sotto azioni sismiche.

Danila Marasca si laurea in Ingegneria Edile Architettura all’Università Politecnica delle Marche di Ancona, frequenta corsi di cinema, fotografia e video arte.

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Paola Maria Periti

Italy

Paola Periti, studentessa del Politecnico di Milano, è prossima al conseguimento di una laurea magistrale in Ingegneria Edile/Architettura. Grazie al progetto T.I.M.E., ha svolto due anni di studio universitari all’estero dove ha ottenuto una laurea in Ingénierie du Bâtiment, option Structures, presso l’ESTP di Parigi (2013). Gli stage svolti le hanno dato modo di appassionarsi al mondo dell’edilizia. Da sempre attratta dalle sfide, ha partecipato a diversi concorsi internazionali.

Per Designing The Future sono stati studiati dei moduli a struttura lignea, che si rivelano essere un sistema prefabbricato rapido, performante e sicuro. Fin dall’inizio, l’obiettivo era quello di riflettere sui principali temi della realizzazione di un progetto architettonico, come la flessibilità, la rapidità nella realizzazione, la sicurezza in cantiere e l’ecososteinbilità. Il progetto realizzato con l’utilizzo di questi moduli prefabbricati in legno è solo un esempio della grande flessibilità ottenibile.

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Stefania Bertolo Luca Brusadin

Italy

Stefania Bertolo Nasce a Pordenone (PN) nel 1985. Consegue la laurea magistrale in Architettura all’Università degli studi di Udine nel 2013. Collabora con studi professionali e partecipa a concorsi nazionali ed internazionali. Luca Brusadin Nasce a S. Vito al Tagl.to (PN) nel 1984. Consegue la laurea magistrale in Architettura con lode presso l’Università degli Studi di Udine nel 2013. Dal 2007 collabora con diversi studi di architettura e partecipa a concorsi nazionali ed internazionali.

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Il concorso rigurda la progettazione di una casa unifamiliare con struttura in legno e superficie lorda di 100 mq. Il progetto ha come obiettivo lo sviluppo di una costruzione semplice al fine di ottenere un’ottimizzione dello spazio interno e una massima versatilità compositiva. Questo approccio ha avuto come risultato pratico la creazione di 3 blocchi, rispettivamente zona giorno, notte e servizi che interagendo sviluppano n configurazioni. Inoltre questa soluzione permette un facile inserimento di impianti a energia rinnovabile.

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Adamo Chiara

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Arch. Adamo Chiara - Manerba del Garda (BS) Sono architetto dal 2000, da tale data mi occupo di progettazione, direzione lavori e sicurezza cantiere per l’ediliza residenziale.

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Il progetto nasce dall’idea di utilizzare pannelli prefabbicati per riuscire a comporre due moduli a pianta quadrata 707x707 cm con cui realizzare l’abitazione di 100 mq di superfice lorda. Sono sovrapposti in modo da sviluppare l’abitazione su due livelli. In questo progetto sono sfalsati, ma possono essere allineati e utilizzati per realizzare una costruzione su di un unico piano, oppure assemblati in ulteriori composizioni. Un pergolato in legno con una parte vetrata completa la costruzione. I pannelli con struttura a telaio in legno lamellare sono da 677x294cm per le pareti e per i solai 115 x685cm. La parete è composta da (in mm): intonaco minerale, cappotto in sughero 100, fibrocemento 15, montanti 140x140, fibra di legno fra i montanti, fibro cemento 15, barriera al vapore, cartongesso 12. Il solaio: pavimento 13, pannello in cartongesso 12, lavato e sughero antirumore 70, lana di vetro 40, pannello idrofugo 20, travi 20x20, USB in legno 10, listelli 20, cartongesso 12.

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Giulia Cai

Italy

Eng. Giulia Cai 32 years old From Pisa Architectural engineering Master’s degree at University of Pisa and II Level University Master’s degree in housing: new ways of living between innovation and transformation at University of Roma Tre. I worked with several architectural and engineering firms in Pisa, Lucca and Milan. Currently I work as freelance.

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PFM HOUSE was born from any child’s drawing: a box with a gable roof. Starting from this basic idea it can then be adjusted to respond to the different needs of modern families. The basic concepts of this idea are: Prefabrication – the house is a solid timber construction built entirely offsite using cross-laminated panels. Flexibility – the plan is designed to be adjusted to the different users or to the changing needs of families over the years. Modularity – the plan is based on a combination of basic cubic modules and can then be changed according to personal requirements , without changing the basic idea. Nzeb -The idea is to minimize the energy use through efficient building design. Energy efficiency measures include design strategies and features that reduce the demandside loads such as high-performance envelopes, air barrier systems, daylighting, sun control and shading devices, careful selection of windows and glazing, passive solar heating, natural ventilation and water conservation.

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Kilb Katharina

Germany

I am a student, studying architecture at the Technical University of Munich - currently studying abroad at the Technical University of Vienna. Trying to find design answers to competition tasks is my positive addiction - currently a competition for the design of a library. Being part of the Autodesk Student Expert Program creates extra stimulus on the way - currently with eco-analysis.

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Ridge Roof Cube Choices? When designing a family’s / couple’s / individual’s home of 100 m², one is immediately at a “design intersection”: It either, in broad terms, becomes a cube, given a flat roof, or geometrically something less purist, given an angled roof. With the German heritage as background, it is the choice between “modern” - partly Bauhaus derived housing and traditional housing. Eco-Choices? One can’t close one’s eyes to one crucial fact: Angled roofs are by far better suited to transform solar power into electricity or heating than flat roofs. Photovoltaic or solar thermal panels work best when the roof is angled. Design idea? Concept? Take a cube, tilt it and it forms a ridge roof.

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Fabio Cabral

Portugal

Born in 1992 in Viseu, study at the Faculdade Arquitectura Universidade Lisboa since 2010, having studied one year in Rome by the Erasmus program between 2013 and 2014.

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Since the house must be pre-fabricated and easy and quick to build, much of the construction is done outside of work, and assembled in the place. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s transported to the site by truck a central core consisting of kitchen and bathroom. Finding himself in a Mediterranean climate was chosen for the type of house patio home with north-south orientation with the patio facing south. Being a home built using prefabricated elements, it can be expanded, so, there´s no defined entrance. Pine was used throughout construction, sawdust has been used as thermal insulation, as this is a derivative of wood easy to place and cheap. The outer sheath is cork, a material easy to install and very common in Portugal. An outer layer that work like a vertical garden and the cover are photovoltaic panels further surrounds the house.

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Federico Giacomarra

Italy

Born in Perugia 29/02/1984. I studied Architecture and Science of the City in Milan and Rome (Politecnico and Sapienza). My projects had been awarded and showcased by many institutions: MoMA in New York, the RTF, A+Award of Architizer, Fracta Domus and MOs Building Award. After one year in London working at BMA office, now I live and work in Rome. In my works I explore the relationship between architecture, environment and technology.

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The project is a modular self-sustainable house unit with a radially arranged wood structure entirely based on the concept of introjection. The Program is a combination of balanced work/living life style, based on the assumption of the reduction of the moves between work place and home and on the creation of a sound environment with the separation in two different levels: first level work, second level home. The plan geometry is based on the circle with a radial circulation on both levels (on the second floor a gallery is added) to leave a void space in the center of the house as technological core. The shape of the roof is conceived to retain the maximum amount of rainwater (collecting it under the ground) and at the same time allowing different degrees of inclination to catch daylight during the day. The core is composed at structural level as a radially arranged wood pilasters, jointed each other at the level of each floor by a steel cylinder to the beams allowing the transition of the pipes to the void core. Very important is the use of recycled plastic material as insulation for the walls and the use of the gallery as greenhouse when facing south.

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Gustavo Nascimento

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Fatila Ionut

Romania

Hello, my name is Fratila Ionut, I’m an architect from Bucharest, Romania. I graduated architecture from “Spiru Haret” University in Bucharest and I also have a Bachelor Degree in Architecture from “Ion Mincu” College. I have worked in the architecture field for 10 years for various architecture offices and now I work as a freelancer doing different types of projects and 3d visualizations.

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I’ve seen the “Designing the Future” Marlegno competition and I decided to take part in this contest, so I started gathering informations to help me develop a modular house project. The first thing that striked me was that most of these type of houses have only ground level and I felt the need to design a modular house with two levels, so I created 5 basic modules: - 3 that are usually used – dinning/living room module, bathroom/ kitchen module and bedroom module, and additional 2 – bathroom/dressing module and a stair/hallway module to link the ground and upper levels. I desined this stair/hallway module so all the prefabrication to be completed off-site and the construction to be less time-consuming as possible. Each module has the same dimmensions (4.32m x 3.12m) and it’s entirely made with wood structure. The walls are made also with wood framing and osb panels on each side and insulation between them. The exterior finishing is made with plank sidding or water resistant gypsum board and paint. The floors are made with wood joists and planks and insulation between the joists. Additionaly the floor has a finishing like parquet or ceramic tile according to the room function. Windows and doors can be with either PVC or wooden frame and the roof is made with sandwich panels. The house is designed to accomodate a single family and can be either a permanent home or a vacation house. It is easy to assemble/disassemble on any location and it’s ecofriendly to the surroundings and inhabitants. It can also have solar panels on the roof so it can use green energy.

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Vasileios Koumpoutas

Greece

Vasileios Koumpoulas is a civil engineer, designer and autodidact architect. He is living in Maroussi Athens, Greece and he is married with two lovely children. He studied civil engineering at University of Patras and he graduated in 2002. Post graduation he collaborated with various architects and technical offices by providing architectural and engineering consultancy. In 2004 he was one of the founders of “ELEVENZEROONE architects & engineers”, an office providing architectural, engineering and construction services. After the breakup of the team in 2010, he set up a personal movement, which is called “designeng.” , researching the relation between design, engineering and architecture. He developed several concept projects which include residences, public buildings and urban design which are going to be published soon. Together he is collaborating with “Synarmosis S.A.” , a company dealing with property development, as head of the technical and architectural department.

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The presented project is a house for a single family and it can be used as a cottage or as a permanent residence. It is placed in a slightly sloppy plot with olive trees and it consists of 3 bedrooms, open plan living room-dining room-kitchen, bathroom, wc, access and storage spaces, which they develop in a single floor with gross internal space of 100 square meters. Eco sustainability is given care by the design which follows the principles of bioclimatic architecture. Attention was paid to the integration of construction to the landscape. The material which was selected for the faces is mainly natural wood supported by exposed concrete. Natural and artificial planting spring up through the concrete in harmony with the olive trunk standing on a rocky and grassy ground. The zinc roof covering is in the colors of olive leaves.Thus the transition from the natural to the artificial environment becomes mild and of a friendly manner.

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D_2M

Italy

D_2M è formato da Dario De Vita, Monica Del Basso e Milvia Saggiomo, nati in provincia di Salerno e laureati rispettivamente presso le facoltà di architettura Federico II di Napoli, Politecnico di Torino e Roma La Sapienza. Hanno frequentato workshop e corsi professionali, sviluppando concept e progetti eterogenei, spaziando tra diversi ambiti progettuali, dal lighting design alla bioedilizia e utilizzando diversi approcci e metodologie progettuali come le strategie di Co-design della progettazione partecipata (User-Centered Design, UCD method). Attualmente lavorano come freelancers progettando in collaborazione con studi di design e architettura operanti in Italia e all’estero e partecipano ai concorsi del settore.

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C-Lento è un modello di casa prefabbricata sostenibile modulare concepito per le zone costiere e il clima mediterraneo; fonte d’ispirazione è dunque lo stile di vita slow tipico del Cilento, la sub-regione campana in provincia di Salerno, dichiarata dall’UNESCO patrimonio dell’umanità. La forma del modulo-base vuol affrancarsi dagli ormai consueti volumi chiusi e limitanti, a cubo o parallelepipedo, delle costruzioni prefabbricate. La struttura portante in legno è pertanto aperta e consente di ottenere doppie altezze evitando il raddoppio dei solai. Sfruttando le altezze nascono, in una superficie lorda calpestabile di almeno 100 mq, spazi su più livelli e volumi flessibili, che danno luogo a uno sviluppo verticale del modulo, con una riduzione della superficie edificabile. Le composizioni modulari sono basate sullo slittamento pieni/vuoti, che genera porticati e terrazze tipici dell’architettura vernacolare cilentano-amalfitana; spazi ibridi che connettono gli interni alla natura circostante, la macchia mediterranea, ispiratrice delle tavolozze cromatiche proposte.

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Mike Bernard

USA

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Bryans Mukasa

Uganda

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Roberto Poziello

Italy

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José Herrero Gallego Manuel González Nogueira

Spain

Manuel González Nogueira and José Herrero Gallego. Two young Spanish Architects form this work team, both of us graduated in European University of Madrid (UEM) in 2013. During our student period we had been involved in many dierent architectural initiatives together such as collaborating in “House in Angola” design project for “ALATEC” rm, participating in “Experiment in your own space” Sou Fujimoto workshop or attending to “Urban body” curse with Alexander Vollebregt (TU Delft), Alicia Velazquez, Andrés Perea and Nieves Mestre.

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Our concept of using sustainability as a powerful tool for architectural design had been also reected in the participation on “Land Art Generator Initiative”(LAGI) Design Competition in New York as a clean energy generation architectural proposal. Even though we had being forming our selves also in separate paths. José Herrero Gallego has collaborated as an Internship in “Bueso- Inchausti & Rein” Architects. He is currently working in his own estudio. Manuel González Nogueira has made Internships in “A+D” and “Rubio & Alvarez Sala”. He had collaborated as an assistant sustainability design professor in the European University (UEM) and he forms part of “AMADAU” (Environmental Urban Architectural Design Association) as a charter member in collaboration with “Andres Perea Arquitecto”. Currently he is doing a Postgraduate curse in “Bartlett School of Architecture” (UCL).

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Lóki Krisztián Lukács Péter

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Hungary

Lóki, Krisztián Architect, Structural Engineer lives and works in Budapest, Hungary specialized in: large-span trussed shells’ statics and material optimalization construction organization management

We decided to strip the challange to design a gently adaptive system built up of modules rather than a certain house on a certain hill. Our first consideration for the modules’ and components’ design is their ability to be cohesive and interchangeable.

Lukács, Péter Architect, Design Engineer lives and works in Budapest, Hungary specialized in: revitalization of urban voids of low-tech ergonomic furniture design

To be easily and efficiently transported the moduledimensions are adjusted to the container size. Static calculations show that our rigid structure is able to bear the weight of the loads of a conventional house. All this comes with a third of the material, as in the case of a conventionally built house.

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Monica Castro Ivo Vaz Barbosa

Portugal

Masters in Architecture by the Portuguese school ‘’Escola de Arquitectura da Universidade do Minho’’, Ivo Vaz Barbosa and Mónica Castro form a young collective, based in the North of Portugal, that have developed several academic and professional works. Being already awarded in architecture competitions, they are also published authors in publications such as ‘’Plica’’ and ‘’Casas de Madeira’’ and have given public presentations of their work in academic conferences and event’s like ‘’PechaKucha Night Guimarães’’.

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The INTERMODAL MATRYOSHKA (IM) aims to change that. Using as measure reference a standard shipping container, we get the shape and size of the base module that can be shipped practically ready. To the base module we added a corridor which articulates and defines spaces. The objective is to develop, along with MARLEGNO, a house capable of being shipped by truck, boat, train, or airplane to all the World, in just three 40’’ containers. In place, the modules just need to be extracted, rotated, connected and finished. Is this process of unpacking and rotating that draws the openings. In this sense, the project was, in fact, two projects: one of architecture and construction, and the other of packing and shipping. Managing these two elements we created a house that is shipped practically ready to use.

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Chiara Triantafillou Valia Gatsiou George Nitsakos Greece

Our group consists of Chiara Triantafillou, Valia Gatsiou and George Nitsakos. All of us study architecture in the University of Thessaly, except for Chiara who has graduated and works as a freelance architect.

Our central idea was to create a low cost, low energy consumption wooden house which would be easy to construct on site and could be suitable to live in the Mediterranean climate with cold winders and hot summers (as in Greece and Italy). The house we propose is a modern, two levels house with green roof and photovoltaic panels. The house and its windows are orientated in such a way that the cold winter northern winds are eliminated whereas the sun is permitted to enter the house from the southern faรงade. In addition, the ventilation chimney and the natural ventilarion of the cross windows allow the house to cool in a natural way. The result is a A+ energy class house that can avccommodate up to four people.

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Emanuele Ferrarotti

Italy

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Pouya Sepehr Arpiar Petrossian Solmaz Shamshiri Hananeh Misaghi Iran

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The design team is part of the technical staff of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sharestan Consulting Architects, Planners and Engineersâ&#x20AC;?, which since 1967, is active in furniture design, architecture, urban and regional planning and design.

The typical rural house of the Caspian coast: wood structure, mud walls and slanted roofing, lends itself well to all innovations, including prefabrication and divers milieu: rural through resort to urban, for all types of living: highly traditional to ultra modern.

Team members: Pouya Sepehr (team leader), Arpiar Petrossian (research/planning), Solmaz Shamshiri (designer), Hananeh Misaghi (graphics) Iran is a country with a huge variety in climate, terrain, population density and architectural type.

There will be a sizable potential market for its allwood prefabricated version. For this entry we have designed a 2story, 2bed room house of that type using wood for all parts in lieu of masonry walls, floor, ceiling and thatch or clay roofing, and with ease of prefabrication in mind.

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