Before the summer we developed and delivered our proposal for SUKKAH CITY NYC 2010, a cleverly organized and very popular Design Competition. Although we haven’t been selected as one of the twelve winners, we are still in love with our project and therefore happy to make it public.Competition, Kosho, New York, Pavillion, Sukkah, Sukkah City NYC 2010, Wood
Archive for 2010
UNPLUGGED ITALY, curated by Prof. Gennaro Postiglione and edited by LetteraVentidue is now available! The book originates from the exhibition and the lectures organized at the AHO last year and features 3 projects by studiometrico. You can browse a preview or buy the entire book here.Tags: AHO, Bastard Store, Exhibition, LetteraVentidue, Oslo, Publications
Last year we posted about studiometrico‘s involvement in the Operation Fornebu with bkark, 6a and jcla. Long time has passed by and unfortunately we haven’t got that competition. Nevertheless we had great time, intense design sessions with fantastic people and – we believe – a very strong proposal.
Find out more after the break.
Few weeks ago American artist Dan Colen presented Karma, his first solo show in Italy. The exhibition, held at Massimo De Carlo, features the installation Oh Shit, a 15m long and 5m tall wooden structure that resembles a skateboard ramp and frames the painting Moments Like This Never Last (No. 2) through its large holes. To develop and build the daring construction Dan Colen asked advise to studiometrico and Atelier LC. See few images of the installation after the break.Contemporary Art, Dan Colen, Exhibition, Massimo De Carlo, Milan, Ramp, Wood
ArchDaily is for sure the most visited Architecture blog out there. On the 10th of May 2009 ArchDaily published a very comprehensive and beautifully edited post about our project bastard store and created a huge link between studiometrico, bastard and the world. That was just the beginning…ArchDaily, Award, Bastard Bowl, Bastard Store, Building of the Year 2009, casacomvert, Interiors, Onlywood, Skateboarding
SEA – the company that runs Italian Airports – launched a 2 phases competition for the ‘new gate’ of the Airport of Malpensa. The brief, addressed to teams composed by architects and artists, defined a site between terminal and train station, a budget and some programmatic ambitions. The ‘Gate’ had to be conceived both as transit and pause space, function as infrastructure, be perceived as a landmark and behave as an exhibition space. Together with Massimo Bartolini and VudafieriSaverino we developed our (losing) proposal…Airport, Art, Competition, Malpensa, Massimo Bartolini, Milan, MXP, SEA, Vudafieri Saverino