DATA TREES

Grasshopper workshop for beginners.

An introduction to visual programming with Grasshopper oriented to architecture and computational design strategies.

March 2015 in Paris.

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DESIGN by DATA

With Hugh Dutton Associates and La Gâité Lyrique

An international design workshop for students, researchers and professionals: 3 days to learn and explore the blurring boundaries between art, architecture and engineering.

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Colearning

The school of the future will be a networked community focused on learning.

We need to evolve from school classes to learning environments.

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superbelleville coworking

A collaborative space for architects, parametric designers, visual artists and slashers.

Started in 2013 by Francesco Cingolani, Oikos and Small Bang, superbelleville is a coworking space in the heart of Belleville, in Paris.

It’s a quiet and friendly place and it is designed on a human scale.

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invisibl.eu

Scenography :
between people and arts

We worked closely with Adeline Rispal and her Studio to create and develop invisibl.eu, a collaborative blog for cross-disciplinary thinking about exhibition architecture.

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dreamhamar

community before building

I had the chance to work with Ecosistema Urbano on dreamhamar, a participation process in which we used the so-called network design methodology to redesign the main square of Hamar, a small town in Norway.

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complexitys

Open research platform about parametric design, art and architecture

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I created the blog complexitys.com in 2009 when I was working as computational designer at Hugh Dutton Associates.

Since 2010, I work as an indipendent collaborator for the parisian firm and I am in charge of communication, public relations, content management, digital strategy, research and innovation.

Today, complexitys.com is the core of the communication strategy of Hugh Dutton Associates and it aims to build a trandisciplinar, blog-based community of students, professionals and thinkers interested in parametric design, computational art and architectural innovation.