ISPLORA is an innovative tool for the continuing education and professional development of architects, which offers the possibility of receiving free credits through the vision of engaging, immersive films. These allow you to immerse yourself in the most important architecture projects through cinematic-quality videos.
An immersive experience
The hidden aspects of the design process will emerge, along with the difficulties, the choices made by the designers, the exchanges between the actors who played a role during the execution of the project, the relationships with clients, the requests and objectives set.
The films, which last about an hour, offer a direct experience of the design and construction process of the buildings, following the different work phases, listening to the protagonists’ voice and delving into the process. Through the method of Narrative Learning and thanks to exciting shots and three-dimensional renderings, the course will highlight the context of the project, its different components, the functional and technological solutions chosen. A narration which will finally make continuing education pleasant and stimulating and will allow to attain professional training credits, which will be given after successfully completing the quiz at the end of the film.
The film shows how the two historic buildings of rationalist architecture inspired by the Bauhaus movement have been integrated with a third building, built from scratch and called the Black Monolith. While the two rationalist buildings were energy production sites, the new building today resets this production actually compensating it through the use of the most advanced technologies that have led NOI Techpark to obtain the LEED ND v4 certification: Plan GOLD.Go to trailer
Arch. Gianfranco Lizzul
Attended the Faculty of Architecture at the IUAV in Venice, graduating in 1984. From 1985 to 1987 he worked as a freelance architect, collaborating with various offices for the design of residential projects. He later moved to England in 1987, when he joined the Chapman Taylor Partners studio in London. In 1993, after obtaining RIBA's membership and architect's qualification, he became Project Architect at Chapman Taylor office in London, working on projects in England and Italy. In 1996 he was promoted to the role of Director and put in charge of the development of Italian projects for the English office. Since 2002 the company Chapman Taylor Architetti Srl has been established in Milan, where Lizzul is both Architect and managing director, dividing his time between Italy and England.
Arch. Chiara Domenici
Graduated in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan in 1999. In 2000 started collaborating with Claude Vasconi Architecte studio in Paris taking care of international and Italian projects; from 2002 to 2004 she collaborates with Renzo Piano Building Workshop. From 2004 to 2005 she collaborates with Progetto CMR, in the role of Project Manager. Since 2006 she has collaborated with the Milanese firm Vittorio Grassi Architetto & Partners, of which she was Design Director from 2008 to 2012. In 2012 joined the team of Chapman Taylor Architetti, the Italian studio of the international group Chapman Taylor, From January 2015 she is appointed Associate Director of the Milan studio.
Arch. Vittorio Caponetto
After attending classical studies, he graduated in architecture in Genoa in 1997, where he undertook Francesco Venezia's design courses. In 1995 he worked at the Renzo Piano Building Workshop; in 1999 he collaborated with Frigerio Design Group studio and from 1997 to 2002 with the architectural studio of Nicolò De Mari Casareto Dal Verme. In 2002, with Valter Scelsi, he founded Sp10 architetti associati. In 2012 he left Sp10 to undertake his professional activity independently. In 2013 he joins in the role of Director Officina Architetti. Since 2015 he has been collaborating with Chapman Taylor Architetti, carrying out activities as Project Manager and Coordinator (from preliminary to executive) and Business Development tasks.
Arch. Claudio Lucchin
He graduated from the Venice University of Architecture in 1984. After graduating, he worked in industrial and graphic design and took part in the design of some theatrical productions. In 1987 he opened his own professional firm in Bolzano. He took part in various architectural competitions, many of which were awarded. In 1991 he won the international competition for the design of the new Fiera Bolzano and for the construction of the Palazzo del Ghiaccio. Between 2001 and 2006 he was involved in the design and construction of two Ice Palaces for the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics. In 2004 he established the firm "Claudio Lucchin & architetti associati” with Angelo Rinaldo and Daniela Varnier. In 2016 he won the international competition for the CAP Headquarters in Milan. He drafted the Implementation Plan for the former Aluminia area in Bolzano and the Masterplan for the San Pellegrino area in Val di Fassa (Trento).
NOI Techpark, the district of research and innovation rises in Bolzano, located in the former Alumix area, evidence of the industrial archeologyGo to trailer
The building designed for Salewa is a synonym for iconic architecture, while being sustainable at the same time. The project by Cino Zucchi Architetti and Park Associati is a reference for the territory, both for its composition choices – relation with the context – and its functional program which opens the corporate building to an interesting combination of uses.Go to trailer
Enzo Ferrari’s birthplace in Modena and Jan Kaplicky’s futurist vision.Go to trailer
The video conveys 4 examples where architects opened the doors of their houses to create a direct dialogue between designers and visitors.Go to teaser
Restoring the existing with retrofitting actions is a sustainable choice because it allows saving the territory improving the environmental performance of buildings.Go to teaser
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