The sponsor of the DSM 2021 AWARDS. International Architecture jury Award’21. Sponsor is FURRINA Design, with Partnership of DEDODESIGN that is present in CHINA and EUROPE: Milan, Venice and Shanghai.
01 | NUNZIA CARBONE
Architect, Designer, Founder and Principal of DEDODESIGN | SHANGHAI | VENICE | MILAN
Nunzia Carbone is the founder and principal of DEDODESIGN, a Shanghai-based Award Winning creative studio collective of Architects, Designers and urban planners active in Asia, Nunzia has worked on a vast range of institutional, commercial, and residential projects of all scales, from master plans, to Architecture to interior Design.
Her institutional and corporate clients include the Chinese government, the Italian, French and Portuguese Governments, as well as Maserati, Ferrari, General Electrics, Atlas Copco, Fujitsu, Cisco System, Groupon, iGuzzini, Pirelli and l’Oreal. She believes in sustainability and design innovation. All her work explores the relationship between ecologies and technologies.
She is deeply committed to implementing new forms of urbanism in Shanghai and other megacities: She has received global accolades on Chinese media and television for the living architecture and urbanism project EDIBLE CITIES that aims to transform the spaces of cities like Shanghai into functional green spaces for urban farming.
She was selected as one of the designers shaping the 21st century at the International Exhibition “Design after Design” at the Triennial Design Museum in Milan, Italy
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02 | LUIS AGUIRRE
Architect Director and founder of AQSO Arquitectos | MADRID | LONDON | NEW YORK
Luis Aguirre is the director and founder of AQSO Arquitectos Office, a design-oriented practice focusing on contemporary architecture, urban planning and research.
The studio’s broad-stroke thinking has seen them work across a range of projects which require collective participation, leadership and conceptual idea generation. From developing masterplans to conducting strategic urban studies, the studio has acquired a high level of expertise in the design and realisation of unusual projects and large-scale city planning.
He is also the organiser and co-curator of the Hutopolis programme, a generative lab for the evolution and preservation of the Chinese traditional old towns, involving researchers and students from Tsinghua University, Politecnico di Milano, University of Genoa, University of Valladolid, Polytechnic University of Valencia and the Strelka Institute for Media and Design.
Luis is a licensed architect in Spain and the UK, holds a Master’s degree in Architecture and has worked in several international firms including OMA, MAD and Heatherwick Studio.
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03 | MarLim
Mariano Limongello, in socials MarLim graduated with Lode in Architecture, later obtained a master’s degree in Sustainable Architecture for interiors, and flew to Shanghai, China. He enrolled in a further 2-year master’s degree in Art Design, at the Department of Architecture and Design at the East China Normal University of Shanghai. In China, he obtained an internship at Stefano Boeri Architects Shanghai, as well as working for +1 Studio and DEDODESIGN.
At this moment he starts collaborations with renowned people like Italo Rota. From these masters, he learns the taste for the purity of the form, the elegance of the proportions, the attention to detail, and the interest in industrial materials. In 2015 he opened his own studio and firm.
MarLim has worked for several years for large companies in the textile and clothing sector, creating STORE FORMAT BRANDING for brands such as Original Marines and Fruscìo, as well as PrimaDonna and Donnaloka. Designed more than 130 stores around the world. Including Lebanon, Qwait, Dubai in the Emirates, Eastern Europe, China, and Russia.
04 | MARTINA PANICO
Architect at FURRINA Design | NAPLES
Architect graduated at Università della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli. She has a strong sense of Aesthetic and Taste, supervisor of FURRINA projects.
Martina has worked on impressive projects such as the restoration of disused hemp factories, creating an urban park with exciting architectural cross-sections.
Another internationally renowned project is for the new museum in Helsinki, Finland. A huge building dotted with spheres and glass. Work in progress…