September 27, 2011
"clarity of approach and of expression, simplicity, sense of order and decorum not pre-given, empiric if not malleable."
Spedstudio - Fuori dalle mura
With these words Valerio Paolo Mosco reads the last Spedstudio works in "Oltre la semplicità", published in the journal 88 of the "Ordine degli Architetti di Verona". Edited by Albert Vignolo, the issue, entitled "Fuori dalle mura," collects the experiences of architects who work from Verona, in Italy and abroad.
April 26, 2011
Spedstudio - City Project n.26/2011
project has been published on the issue n.26 of City Project,as part of the review of the "new editorial series UTET Scienze Tecniche, created in partnership with GiArch
– Coordinamento Nazionale dei Giovani Architetti Italiani, whose objective is to present and promote the Italian architecture under 40. " Greta Martini, the author of the article, reports some of the adjectives used by Franco Purini to describe the generation of architects under 40 in GiArch foreword: "post-ideological, programmatic, syncretic, ductile, basically nomadic, little interest to the question of identity, committed in a tough competition that today goes beyond the national scope. "
February 11, 2011
Spedstudio's proposal for the international design competition for an open-air museum in Gorizia's Karst Carso2014
has been published on the supplement to Abitare n.509
January 20, 2011
Spedstudio - A10 - 337 - article
, Spedstudio's winning entry for the competition for a new public square in Albarola, Lodi, has been published in the issue n.337 of A10
, with an article by Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi
"Spedstudio is a design team composed of Andrea Ambroso, Enrico Dusi, Saverio Panata and Silvia Zini. The architects all born between 1977 and 1978, graduated in Venice after studying with professors Aldo Aymonino and valerio Paolo Mosco, who are longstanding proponents of so-called 'zero volume architecture', in other words design opportunities that allow for interventions in the existing built fabric in the form of works that improve the quality and impact of public space, without adding quantities of function....Mosco, a militant architecture critic, has for many years been busy promoting and justifying the aesthetic of 'New simplicity' which is opposed to the extraordinary iconic buildings of the Star System and focused on a more sober pragmatism...It is a sign of the pragmatic approach that characterizes the search for a new simplicity pursued by this group of Italian architects. An approach different from the more formalistic one adopted by Japanese super-minimalism, to which the plan is, in any case, indebted."
from the article written by L. Prestinenza Puglisi
January 07, 2011
by Spedstudio has been published on December issue of Costruire
(331) as part of a review of 100 project of 100 Italian architects under 40.