ECOSTRUCTURE WINS THE PLAN FUTURE PROJECTS AWARD FOR INNOVATIVE ARCHITECTURE
We are glad to announce that the project of the students of Politecnico di Milano, developed during the course held by Stefano Boeri has been awarded by prestigious Award for Innovative Architecture. Congratulations to the team!
MF3A – the design team is composed by a group of students from the masters programme at Politecnico di Milano, who started to work together at the Town Planning Design Studio of Professor Stefano Boeri.
Coming from different backgrounds and experiences we see the design process as a continous discourse on contextual interferences between the project and the given environment. A resilient project, so we think, is achieved only by constant evaluation of different perspectives that go along with intensive communication.
FRANZ BITTENBINDER, born in Ludwigshafen am Rhein (Germany), obtained his bachelor degree in architecture at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany, studying as exchange student at the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya in Barcelona. Having professional experience as intern at Herzog de Meuron and ArchiMed in Budapest, he is currently inscribed with a merit based scholarship at the master classes of the Politecnico di Milano. In addition he works for the editorial staff of theTomorrow, an online journal about the future of Europe.
MATTIA DI CARLO, born in Prato (Italy), studied at the University of Florence, graduating with a bachelor degree obtaining 110/110 cum laude. Working as teaching assistant during several semesters, he furthermore got professional experience working for the architectural firm MDU architetti (Prato) and ARX associati (Florence). Currently he is a student of the masters programme of Politecnico di Milano, who was recently selected as exchange student for the international programme at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
ALBERTO GIACOPELLI, born in Cirié (Italy), first studied Physical Engineering at Politecnico di Torino before his degree at the Politecnico di Milano in architecture. Honoured with a selected graduation work, he worked at the architecture office OBR (Milano), as well as in the position as freelance editor and photography supervisor at IoArch Font (Milan). Currently he is studying at the Politecnico di Milano to obtain his masters degree.
ANDREA GOVI, born in Forlì (Italy), studied at the Politecnico di Milano, where he obtained his bachelor degree in architecture. Subsequently he worked among others for the urban planning office LAND (Milano), participating in a range of important international competitions. Being part of the master classes at the Politecnico di Milano he took part in workshops at the Columbia and the NYIT in New York and was selected for a placement at TU Delft, where is studying as exchange student.
ANTONIO LA MARCA, born in Nola (Italy), obtained his bachelor degree at the Politecnico di Milano with 110/110 cum laude. Working among others for Cino Zucchi architects he is collaborating in an interior design company based in Napoli. As student of the masters programme of Politecnico di Milano he takes currently part in an exchange programme at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne.