Speach about cultural implication of the Open Source approach in Architecture
Thanks to Silvia Galli, an extraordinary student of my Visual Communication Class, I got this invitation for a small speach + discussion about cultural implication of the Open Source approach. We had a very beautiful but unfortunatly short moment where many ideas cames out fruitfully. You can have a look to the official Spark Digital Entarteinement Blog reporting the events and pictures here
// What is
UNPACKED Studio is a professional practice based in Rome (Italy) operating within the traditional fields of architecture and urban planning but also interested in exploring the contemporary through other creative approaches.
// What we do
UNPACKED Studio provides services in the fields of Design, Communication, Architecture, Urban Planning, Participatory Process, Innovative Education and Research.
UNPACKED Studio is a common ground for speculations over cross-fertilizing projects involving several professionals from diverse disciplines. We like experimenting cutting-edge approaches between digital and analog.
// Who we are
UNPACKED Studio has been founded by Daniele Mancini and Irene Rinaldi, both architects and educators.
Daniele Mancini is Ph.D. in Theory of Architecture. He worked in France at Jakob+ MacFarlane Architects and in The Netherlands at Wiel Arets Architects. He is currently involved in teaching activities at IED Istituto Europeo di Design di Roma.
Irene Rinaldi worked in Spain at De La Puerta Architects and in Italy at Schiattarella Associati where participated to the design of Italian Pavillon for the Japan Expo 2005 in Aichi (Nagoya)
UNPACKED Studio started in January 2005 thanks to the Young Entrepreneurs European funds “Sviluppo Italia”.
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