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THIS IS MY CV

HI, MY NAME IS MIRCO BIANCHINI

A SHORT PRESENTATION
I’m a passionate architect from Bologna, I just graduated from the university IUAV of Venice. I'm interested in the investigation of form coming from the discovery and the research inside the force fields, complexity and non-linear processes. I'm very fascinated by form research, its technology and materials. My interests are music, art, philosophy, cooking, chemestry, biology and interweaving, all categories that are apparently distant.

CONTACT
sonomirco@gmail.com sonomirco linkedin.com/pub/mirco-bianchini/28/b21/352 +39 3925903682

WORK EXPERIENCE
www.disguincio800.com

DISGUINCIO&CO
www.ecologicstudio.com

january 2012 - present novembar 2011 - january 2012 present

CO-DESIGNER CO-WORKER

I have collaborated in the project: DEGU LIBRARY, buildings /

ECOLOGICSTUDIO
www.co-de-it.com

I have collaborated in the project: H.O.R.T.U.S, installation / FRAC CENTER, pavilion / I have collaborated in the project: CONVOLUTED INFERENCES, installation /

CO-DE-IT
www.rizoma.me

COLLABORATOR

RIZOMA

january 2009 - present

CO-WORKER / COLLABORATOR

I have collaborated on the projects: LIUSTIK, buildings / SUPER RURALE, buildings, research TRIPOLI, buildings, research / POSTNATURAL, research, interior + design / URBANIA, design [ASY]NCHRONOUS RHYTHM, event /

www.altersaa.it

ALTERSTUDIO EDUCATION IUAV VENICE

september 2006 - june 2007

CO-WORKER

I have collaborated in the projects: SOLAR CITY, buildings / BLURRED SPACE, buildings, third prize /

architecture for the landscape 2008 - 2010

MASTER DEGREE, THESIS: INTERWOVEN LANDSCAPE BACHELOR DEGREE, THESIS: MICRO-FOLDING
Supervisors prof. LUIGI BERTAZZONI / [110/110 cum laude]

Supervisors prof. ALESSIO ERIOLI, co-supervisors MIRKO DANELUZZO, ENRICO FONTANARI, ALBERTO BERTAGNA / [110/110]

POLITECNICO DI MILAN
sustainable architecture 2004 - 2007 Institute of applied arts 1999 - 2004

ADOLFO VENTURI WORKSHOP ADVANCED GRASSOHOPER
25-27 march 2011 two week 2010

APPLIED ARTS DIPLOMA
[98/100 ]

GRASSHOPPER ADVANCED TRAINING MATHIAS KLOTS
IUAV, summer design workshop

tutors: Giulio Piacentino (McNeel Europe) + Co-de-iT

ANOTHER VENICE ELEGANT ECOTONES
15-19 march 2010 two week 2009 1 week 2009

GRASSHOPPER WORKSHOP LEVEL I FRANCOIS ROCHE - R&SIE(N)

parametric & generative design / tutors: Giulio Piacentino (McNeel Europe) + Co-de-iT

ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE GENERATIVE DESIGN FIELDWORK-FIELDWALK
6 - 10 may 2009

IUAV, summer design workshop / assistant prof. Mirko Daneluzzo, Giovanni Corbellini tutors: Giulio Piacentino (McNeel Europe) / Annarita Papeschi (Zaha Hadid Architects) / Marco Vanucci (AKT, openSystems) / Andrea Graziano (Co-de-iT) / Alessio Erioli (Co-de-iT) ACMA, Milan

AAST DESIGN WITH RHINOCEROS AND GRASSHOPPER HENRI BAVA - LISA DIEDRICH

COMPETITION / SHARP DESIGN CONTEST
Tripode is a pendant lamp defined by three lightning sources arrayed around a central node forming 120° between each piece. The three LED stripes are anchored to a skeleton that is connected to an articulated terminal equipped with a spherical hinge that allows a rotation of 70° as well as a torsion around its axe. These rotations permits to modulate the light from a closed conformation with a diameter of 20 cm to the extended position where the light cylinders cover a diameter of about 60 cm. The whole object is covered with a flexible rubber that functions like a skin layer, to protect the internal components and to create a continuous surface. The main body can be removed for a versatile use, transforming it into a table lamp if anchored to a specific stand or into a wireless lamp, thanks to a built-in rechargeable battery.

TEAM WORK
Disguincio&Co Mirko Daneluzzo, Mirco Bianchini

RESULTS
Selected project / First phase

lampada portatile
wireless lamp

lampada da tavolo
table lamp

lampada appesa
hanging lamp

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros cinema 4D illustrator photoshop

corpo di aggancio
anchor body
STEP 4

tappo batteria
battery cap

alloggiamento batteria
battery stock
STEP 3

cintura giunto sferico
spherical joint belt

tappo giunto sferico
STEP 2 STEP 1

spherical joint cap

rotazione 180° 180° rotation movimento asse verticale
vertical moviment axis

gabbia per sorgente luminosa
light source cage

240

corpo principale
main body

cintura giunto sferico
spherical joint belt
corpo di aggancio
anchor body

400

tappo batteria
battery cap

giunto sferico
shoerical joint

corpo principale
main body

tappo giunto sferico
spherical joint cap

30 mm

tappo giunto sferico
spherical joint cap

40 mm

giunto sferico
spherical joint

35 mm

cintura giunto sferico
spherical joint belt

16 mm

29 mm 30 mm 27 mm 8 mm

48 mm

corpo principale
main body

16 mm

tappo batteria
battery cap

corpo di aggancio
anchor body

100 mm

43 mm

20 mm

26 mm

6 mm

210 mm 190 mm

30 mm

20 mm

gabbia sorgente luminosa
light source cage

spazi porta LED / taglio diffusore lampada a tubo
stripe LED slots / cut for cilindrical LED

COMPETITION / THINK SPACE
The project Recurs(h)ive II takes advantage of the extraordinary natural surrounding to saturate the site with a highly dynamic structure. The building stretches over the site boundaries adapting its geometry to the topography of the Peak to expose the dwellings to the breathtaking views. The articulation of the proposal is based on an adaptive hexagonal structure that forms a dense settlement within the site boundaries. The hexagons profilefate on three levels following the topographic contour of the peak. Each unit is formed by a supporting column providing vertical support to the articulation of the floor slabs and the roof. These tree-like columns are also providing the development with all the necessary mechanical and electric services. These vertical supports allow for the freeing of the ground level of the building where a communal landscape area, parking and outdoor leisure facilities are located. The spatial organizational strategy allow for an array of spatial conditions that start from the intimate private unit, to outdoor private balconies; from communal plateau to the semi-public ground floor, all the way to the use of outdoor landscaping facilities.

TEAM WORK
OPENSYSTEMS Marco Vannucci, Mirco Bianchini

RESULTS
3rd Prize

LOCATION
THE PEAK LEISURE CLUB Hong Kong, 1982

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros grasshopper cinema 4D illustrator photoshop

PLANTS

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

DIAGRAM

MOVIMENT
vegetation elevators panoramic view

DIAGRAM 1.1

DIAGRAM 1.2

MOVIMENT FLOOR 0

MOVIMENT FLOOR 1

DIAGRAM 1.3

DIAGRAM 1.4

MOVIMENT FLOOR 2

MOVIMENT FLOOR 3

SECTION
12 m 9m

6m

3m

COMPETITION / DAEGU LIBRARY
The articulation of its volumes, the proportions and its height establish a critical and yet interesting dialogue with the surrounding buildings in the attempt to reconnect the chaotic nature of the site within one coherent synthetic gesture. The entire mass of the new library is split into four distinctive volumes of approximately the same footprint of the adjacent low-rise urban plots. This organisation offers a clear visual and volumetric connection with the scale of the adjacent building and provides a welcoming and inclusive new structure for the local community. These four bodies are distinct and separate at ground floor where an inclusive public space is articulated as an extension of the local public garden. The internal spiral organisation facilitates the navigation throughout the building and provides spectacular views between levels. The different functions of the building, while connected with the spiralling circulatory ramp, are placed at the four corner of the building in correspondence with the free standing volumes: there a more intimate and quite space provides the ideal set for reading and studying.
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TEAM WORK
Disguincio&co www.disguincio800.com OPENSYSTEMS Mirko Daneluzzo, Mirco Bianchini, Marco Vannucci visuals: Telegram 71 Giacomo Dodich, Sergio Bortolussi

LOCATION
Daegu public library competition, South Korea, 2012

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FOURMASS SITE PLAN
1/500 The site is characterised, on the south and west side, by a homogeneous low-rise urban texture. On the north side of the main road, high-rise housing block are distributed along the circulatory axis. On a urban level, one of the challenges of the project was to reconnect the diverse building scales existing in the surroundings area while providing the local community with an eye-catching,

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SOFTWARE
rhinoceros grasshopper cinema 4D illustrator photoshop

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DIAGRAMS

PROSPETIC VIEW

DIAGRAMS

FUNCTIONS
Machine / Electric room0 to -1 100mq

Children-1 290mq
Children Corner, Multi culture Data Corner, Digital Data Corner, Children toilet

General Collection Room+3 180mq
Periodicals, Local Data, Elderly Data

Children+3 110mq
Infant Corner, Storytelling room, Nursing room, Children toilet

Info reception-1 130mq

General Collection Room+2 170mq
Reading Room, Digital Data Corner, Laptop room

Main hall+3

Enter caparking0 Office+4 150mq
Director Room, Office, Preparation Room, Dressing Room, Order Department, Meeting Room, Volunteer Room

Carparking-4 360mq Preservation room+4 240mq

LEVEL 0
General Collection Room+6 290mq
Art&Science

LEVEL 1
General Collection Room+6 290mq
Art & Science

General Collection Room+5 170mq
Humanities and Literature

General Book+7 130mq
Society

Lifelong study+6 170mq
Seminar Room, Culture Classroom, Multipurpose Room, Language Lab

General Book+7 130mq
Art & Science

Multipurpose+8 210mq
Exhibition, Lecture

Preservation room+4 240mq

LEVEL 2

LEVEL 3

1/200

SECTIONS
S2 S1

1/200

LEVEL 5
slide +3

1/200

LEVEL 7

Audio/video

Periodicals-local data
100mq

+6 Children room
110mq

Society
100mq

Art&Science
240mq

-1
120mq

Lounge +7

Main Hall
240mq

Digital data corner/ Audio-video
170mq

+3

info&check out desk Arrange room
12mq

Humanities-literature
180mq

+5

+2

to the administration

+4

Preservation room
240mq

INSTALLATION / H.O.R.T.U.S
HORTUS (Hydro Organisms Responsive To Urban Stimuli) is a new exhibition from ecoLogicStudio that engages with the notions of urban renewable energy and agriculture through a new gardening prototype. Over a four-week growing period, flows of energy (light radiation), matter (biomass, carbon dioxide) and information (images, tweets, stats) will be triggered to induce multiple mechanisms of self-regulation and evolve novel forms of self-organisation. HORTUS proposes an experimental hands-on engagement with these notions, illustrating their potential applicability to the masterplanning of large regional landscapes and the retrofitting of industrial and rural architectural types, as exemplified in the project ‘Regional Algae Farm’ developed by ecoLogicStudio for the Swedish region of Osterlen. AA students, staff and visitors are invited to engage daily with HORTUS to invent new protocols of urban biogardening. A virtual organism such as this offers the opportunity to capture and build up information and cultivation practices, enriching the material experience of the visitor turned urban ‘cyber-gardener’.

TEAM WORK
ecoLogicStudio ecologicstudio.com Philippos Philippidis

LOCATION
Architectural Association www.aaschool.ac.uk 14/1/2012 - 11/2/2012

PUBLICATION
Domus 955 / February 2012 Domus web / Architizer / Inhabitat

dA
download Application
ecoLogicStudio

you are

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cyber gardener

User number

App Store
FullReader / Scan / QR reader for iPhone

Available on the

Android
QR droid / QR code reader / QR Maker

Available on the

Polysiphonia

Macro algae 993 Red colour Needs light Doesn’t need artificial areation Cells joined by long marginal processes to form filaments, which appear in the light microscope like short beads joined by numerous fine threads. Plastids disc-like or cup-shaped. Living in the coastal marine plankton. Valves circular; valve face convex to flat; mantles deep.
http://www.algaebase.org

Py

Information about algae

QR code app

possible uses
SuperFood / supermat Biomimetic algae Building products Industrial products

visit this virtual plot

coltivating this virtual plot

Connection twitter

Dc
Digital connection

Tfl
Techno flower

O2
ecoLogicStudio

you are

250

cyber gardener

Light
QR code
Cellulose

Frank @ Bag C.8 Super
6 mins ago 2 3

Comment and send a image

Julia @ Bag D.3 Amazing algae is red!
30 mins ago 2 3

Dana @ Bag B.1 Check this out

Fertilizer Vitamins Pigments

1 hours ago

Jack @ Bag E.9 I’m blowing
2 hours ago

Phil @ Bag A.4 Algae blooming
2 hours ago

Sugar
Oil

visit this virtual plot

algae information

http://hortus.aaschool.ac.uk/

Biofuel

CO2

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros grasshopper cinema 4D illustrator photoshop indesign

PHOTO
processing Mirco Bianchini, with Iphone 4 and (app Camera+)

16p
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8p
1

8p fluoresceina

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fluoresceina

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interaction: visual

6p

interaction: dropping feed to bacteria variation pipes length

2p
interaction: dropping feed to bacteria 1 2

2p

8p

4p
1 2 3

4p

bacteria

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bacteria

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Interaction Hight 16 pipe / 3 levels / bacteria

Interaction Hight 8 pipe / 2 levels / bacteria

Interaction Hight 32 pipe / 4 levels / bacteria

Interaction Hight 16 pipe / 1 levels / fluoresceina

Domus 955 / February 2012

TITLE / INTERWOVEN LANDSCAPE
Human specie has always engineered the environment to set the conditions for its own settlement, producing in its evolutionary development superorganisms (cities) and the necessary networks of connections amongthem. Instead of rejecting cars as an extraneous object to a picturesque nature, this project starts from a perspective in which cities and technology are the metabolic extension of human specie and therefore a necessary part of its own nature; the vessels (vehicles) for human transportation, or better, the vehicle-host symbiotic system thus becomes a necessary part of human ecology, and so the network of connections upon which they live, operate and interact with: infrastructures. The project of an environmental enhancer for the Nogara mare highway in Veneto (Italy) provides the unique chance to bring together ecological thinking, host interaction and active materials. Its location (an open country planar area among cultivated fields) enucleates as critical variables the impact of pollutants and the phenomenon of dazzling. With respect to such criticalities, the project uses digital generative and parametric strategies to generate a performative structure in which densification and rarefaction of elements is a local morphological response to dazzle. The structure itself acts as a scaffold for a photo catalytic PET based material that, mimicking the behavior of coccoluti (marine microorganisms) is able to reduce CO2 (and potentially other pollutants) to salts and nitrates that are then naturally deployed to the neighboring cultivated fields as fertilizers. The material has been tested for photo catalytic integration and is currently under development. Present building and production techniques privilege the industrial assembly of inert materials, with a one-way flow of energy and process from raw material to finished product. Instead of this mono-directional energy consumption the project promotes the continuous exchange of information (as code and matter-energy) at all levels and from the digital to the material domains: use of dazzle information, morphogenetic rules and structural behavior to generate the scaffold, a photo catalytic material that responds to pollutants and produces fertilizers, making the structure symbiotic with their hosts and the environment.

SUPERVISORS
Alessio Erioli co-de-it.com Enrico Fontanari professor IUAV Alberto Bertagna professor IUAV Mirko Daneluzzo disguincio800.com

COLLABORATORS
Rachel Armstrong grayanat.posterous.com Davide de Lucrezia biologist Piero Bruschi chemist Andrea Baschieri chemist Brunella Balestrazzi chemist Domenica Maurizi chemist

PRIZE
won the first prize at the contest Bellacoopia Modena bellacoopiamodena.it

PUBLICATION
Procedia Engineering by Elsevier Presented during the GBSC 2011 gbsc2011.org

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros grasshopper cinema 4D illustrator photoshop indesign processing oasys analysis

STRATEGIES

SUN GLARE DENSITY problems analyzed POLLUTION Salt crystallization Coccolithus Roots system Cactus skeleton PROXIMITY REDUNDANCY CRISTALLIZATION SEDIMENTATION Skin Structure

VELOCITY AND PERCEPTION
VARIATION OF THE EYEPOINT AND OF THE VISUAL CONE
m 700 100 200 300 400 500 600 0

THE HUMAN SYSTEM
The guide is a series of perceptions and reactions. At any time the driver is called to exercise a control over their speed, the trajectories set, the signals that come from outside. The driver, closed in his cabin,relies for conduction of the vehicle on stimulus coming from the senses of sight, the sense of hearing and tactile perception.

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29°

20°

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Km

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80 Km /h

100

Km/

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VELOCITY PERCEPTION SPACE

Genesis of the surface

Space perception

Space dilated

Space contract

SURFACE GENESIS BY VISUAL FIELD

FIRST STEP / FIRST MORPHOLOGY
Surface by visual field

STIFFENING

Connections Cohesions Supports

GSA / STRESS AND TRASLATION ANALYSIS
1759

2D Stress, Von Mises Stress on the middle of the elements Case: addition of the cases 1.3*weight + 1.5*wind + 0.6*snow
capitolo 2.5.3 DM 2008 (Norme tecniche sulle costruzioni)

1761

Output axis: global
400 N/mm2 2138

1 00 N/mm2

1763

1501

Traslation |U| Case: addition of the cases 1.3*weight + 1.5*wind + 0.6*snow
capitolo 2.5.3 DM 2008 (Norme tecniche sulle costruzioni)

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1495

Output axis: global
80 mm

2177

337 00 mm 645 2425

2119

STEPS EXPLAINED HERE

GLARE
LIGHT
40° 30° 20° 45° 170°

GLARE a strong, dazzling light that may cause discomfort to the eye. Visual problems that result from glare often involve inadequate lighting conditions; they particularly affect individuals with cataracts or other disease conditions. A visual condition in which the observer feels either discomfort and/or exhibits a lower performance in visual test. This is produced by a relatively bright source of light within the visual field. A given bright light may or may not produce glare depending upon the location and intensity of the light source, the background luminance, the state of adaptation of the eye or the clarity of the

Normal eyes

Dazzled eyes

SUN GLARE

Analysis settings

15°

30° 1.14m

0 100 0

height of the sun

visual field

glare intensity

SECOND STEP / SECOND MORPHOLOGY

MORPHOGENESIS

FILTER

Density Redundancy Thickness

STEPS EXPLAINED HERE

TEST

CHEMESTRY RESEARCH
5.8 -10.0

4.7 3.3

- 5.8 - 4.7

2.1

- 3.3

PM10 TOXICITY the main effects the PM10 toxicity are paid by the breathing apparatus and the outstanding factor for the analysis of the effects is the particles' dimension, that is responsable for the penentration into the apparatus. the harmful effects of PM10 are due to its physical and chemical properties; indeed, the particulate is made up of a series of substances with toxological effects (acid substances, metals, PAHs, endotoxin and other organic compounds), which are verified by several studies. PM10 pollution causes short and long-run harmulf effects; the first are more acute, while the second one are

POLLUTION

REMOVAL Transformation Sedimentation Elimination
Robot design pollutants
NOx SOx

Sun

rain

PM10 CO

CO2

H2O

NO3

second layer protocells first layer titanium dioxide

fertilizer biological-PET spray

representation of the biologicalPET deposit, layer by

Manel Torres / http://fabricanltd.com/

BIOLOGICAL-PET

Fibrosity Sedimentation
Rachel Armstrong / http://grayanat.posterous.com/

Growth Photocatalysis Biological Transformation

PET BIOLOGICO AL MICROSCOPIO (ingrandimento x200)

CRESCITA PER TRASFORMAZIONE DEGLI INQUINANTI #1

CRESCITA PER TRASFORMAZIONE DEGLI INQUINANTI #2

Rete

Fibrosità del materiale le

Zone con maggior deposito

Occlusione completa di macro zone

FINAL PROJECT

MODELS

TITLE / CONVOLUTED INFERENCES
The eye is, in itself, a poor organ for vision: while our peripheral vision feeds our brain with a general but blurred image, our ability to perceive the details is limited to the narrow fovea (the only part of the retina that permits 100% visual acuity) in the eye's retina. Vision is then a matter of unconscious inferences: making assumptions and conclusions from incomplete data, based on previous experiences. Thriving on these defaults, the installation works on a varying range of perceptive and affective scales: the convolutions of the overall shape, generated from the simulated material behavior, cause an inferential reaction on the observer by showing an incomplete set of information about the general shape itself, which contours furthermore vibrate for the complexity of the component. This inference and the inability to perceive the details trigger an attractive process, but the complexity of the component detail can be appreciated only at a scale where the perception of the whole is lost; rolling backwards, it becomes clear that the effect of the whole is more than just the sum of the constituent parts. The installation doesn't embed a specific meaning or direct/indirect intentional metaphor about what has to be discovered or the discovery as a process, rather it is an experiment (or proof of concept) on how morphology, organization, material systems and patterns have the ability to trigger dynamic behavioral effects and interaction in space and time. Complexity is engaged on the level of articulating excess and exuberance as systems where form, space, material and ornament create an intricate elegance on a perceptual scale gradient.

TEAM WORK
Alessio Erioli co-de-it.com Andrea Graziano co-de-it.com Davide del Giudice co-de-it.com Alessandro Zomparelli sketchesofcode.wordpress.com Mirco Bianchini interwovenlandscape.blogspot.com

LOCATION
Migz 2011 / International Festival of Contemporary Music and Media Arts Moscow / red october space www.migz.ru

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros cinema 4D grasshopper illustrator rhino nest photoshop

FOVEA’S SECRET GARDEN

INSTALLATION IN NUMBERS
TOTAL PIECES

528 53

PIECES AREA (m2)

17.5

PIECES WEIGHT

8.1

NODES JOINTS

578

PIECES JOINTS

528

PLASTIC SHEETS

SHEETS USED AREA

47.59%

SHEETS LEFTOVER

52.41%

CUT LENGTH

1.390 m

LASER CUT COST

483.87

GENERATION SURFACE
First step /
3 mesh faces

Second step /
quads subdivision 2 iterations / 32 mesh faces

Thirth step /
Catmull-Clarck subdivision 2 iterations / 528 mesh faces

Remove fases
Fourth step /
relax mesh and sorted mesh face

Fifth step /
evaluation triangle faces

Sixth step /
selection triangular faces

x = 289 cm / y / 259 cm / z / 43 cm
270 cm

64,5 cm 180 cm

z

x

y

RULES OF THE COMPONENT

5 cm 9 cm 18 cm

ang

le

v

z

The height of every component depends on its position. The angle between the norml vector of the component and the Z vector is the parameter that influences the height.

63 / pieces

84 / pieces

if ( angle = 0° = v ) if ( angle = 90° = z )

h = 5 cm h = 18 cm

44 / pieces

18 17
5 18

5

64 / pieces

37 / pieces

16

21 / pieces 24 / pieces 22 / pieces

15 14 13 12 11

HEIGHT cm
8 10 9

6 7

23 / pieces

46 / pieces 19 / pieces 12 / pieces 29 / pieces

41 / pieces

ASSEMBLY COMPONENT

Cut component Folded component Plastic tie

Natural polypropylene / thickness 0.5 mm

COMPONENT VARIATION

phenotype number 285

phenotype number 354

phenotype number 223

phenotype number 196

phenotype number 282

phenotype number 142

phenotype number 247

phenotype number 347

phenotype number 411

phenotype number 131

phenotype number 412

phenotype number 176

phenotype number 47

phenotype number 151

phenotype number 59

ASSEMBLY COMPONENT

COMPETITION / ARQUITECTUM - BARCELLONA 2011
The compotetion consisted of designing a 100 meter tall tower that includes relaxation areas and stores offering young people’s fashion wear, and at the same time creates a new landmark in the city of Barcelona.

TEAM WORK
Marco Vanucci opensysdesign.com Mirco Bianchini interwovenlandscape.blogspot.com

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros grasshopper cinema 4D illustrator photoshop ecotect

13.00 am 14.00 am 15.00 am

12.00 am 11.00 am

10.00 am 16.00 am 17.00 am 18.00 am

Livel 22 Livel 21 Livel 20

21 JUNE

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SUN LIGHT IRRIDESCENCE ON FLOOR PLATES / Incidence of the sun ligh on the South facade

SUN LIGHT STUDY / Incidence of the sun ligh on the South facade

The facade system is generated of the map of the sun irradiation. The structure is based on the concept density, more density in the zone where the irradiation is very strong.

TEST / DENSITY SYSTEM

FIRST STRATEGY / stretching grid, variation of the grid spaces SECOND STRATEGY / variation of the rotation, torsion and cohesion

PROJECT / LAB 3
The project consisted of designing a chemistry center

TEAM WORK
Mirco Bianchini interwovenlandscape.blogspot.com Filippo Catapan Filippo Piovene
cinema 4D illustrator photoshop

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros

PROJECT / LAB 2
The project consisted of designing a archaeological park in Aquileia

TEAM WORK
Mirco Bianchini interwovenlandscape.blogspot.com Filippo de Francesco Francesco Ardini ardidesign.com
illustrator photoshop

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros cinema 4D

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PROJECT / LAB 1
The project consisted of designing a visitor center in Canossa

TEAM WORK
Mirco Bianchini interwovenlandscape.blogspot.com Filippo de Francesco Francesco Ardini ardidesign.com

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros cinema 4D illustrator

photoshop

Essenze esistenti
Altezza: 5 m Foglie: Caduche

Acero Campestre
Altezza: 15-20 m Chioma: Globosa Foglie: Caduche

Legenda
Entrata secondaria Hall Zona lettura Bagni Spazio multifunzione Spazi di servizio Piazza

1

2

4m

ANOTHER VENICE / MATHIAS KLOTS
IUAV, summer design workshop.

TEAM WORK
Mirco Bianchini interwovenlandscape.blogspot.com Filippo de Francesco Silvia Bortolato Federica Crestani

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros cinema 4D illustrator

photoshop

ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE / FRANCOIS ROCHE - R&SIE(N)
IUAV, summer design workshop.

TEAM WORK BIOMACHINE
Mirco Bianchini Filippo Piovene Filippo Cattapan Enrico Zago Cecilia Bonavia Marta Finotello

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros cinema 4D illustrator

photoshop

The biomachine shifts like an invertebrate animal on the water surface. The tentacles allowes the movement exploting the waves’ energy. Inside the bioma chine there are air bags that allowed the floating and at the same time follow the waves’ movement making the tentacle move.

polluted water

depurated water

Step 1 _ Accelerate growing: polluted water + sunlight = sea weeds proliferation in a semi-permeable membrane Step 2 _ Phytodepuration: inverse osmosis through the membrane

Attracting seagulls with moist rubbish on the mechanical device, it is possible to overwork the chemical elements, derived from the release of the guano (nitrogen, phosporus and potassium), and from the loss of feathers (sodium). These components aid the growth of nitrophilus and alophilus seeweeds, which can be used in the production of cosmetics.

COMPETITION / ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF ARTS - TALLINN
The concept of EKA Liustik (“glacier” in estonian) starts from the idea of generation and stratification: students and people that will live EKA building will also leave their ideas, creativity and sensibility. Like the glacial era generated landscape and present identity of Estonia, the new artificial Liustik will be an icon of the future of this country.

TEAM WORK
City-lab* city-lab.net Mirco Bianchini interwovenlandscape.blogspot.com Ugo Cerri Anna Goldoni

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros cinema 4D illustrator photoshop

COMMON ROOMS

gallery 1| 456m2

COMMON ROOMS

shop| 100m2

lobby main entrance to the library temporary exposition show room wi-fi zone .

auditoriums| 60m2

auditoriums| 60m2 auditoriums| 125m2
COMMON ROOMS

conference room| 200m2
COMMON ROOMS

auditoriums| 125m2
COMMON ROOMS

wardrobe 80m2

auditorium 200m2

auditoriums| 60m2

COMMON ROOMS

cafeteria| 100m2

COMMON ROOMS

gallery 2| 350m2

BACHELOR THESIS / MICRO-FOLDING
Shelter of the population in Darfur

TEAM WORK
Mirco Bianchini interwovenlandscape.blogspot.com

SOFTWARE
rhinoceros cinema 4D illustrator photoshop

Number of attacks plotted on this map: 578
(Attacks consist of massacres, ambushes, armed clashes, abductions, robberies, looting and attacks on entire villages) Incident data (January - August 2006)

Logistics & Transport. Emergency Relief Supplies Food Security / Agriculture Health Income Generation Shelter Wash

Nutrition Coordination Protection Road Rehabilitation

Birmaza
Tine Malha Um Baro

Birmaza
El Fasher El Geneina Kulbus Silea Fata Borno Kulkul Kutum Korma Birkat Saira El Geneina Mornei Nyala Ade Saraf Omra Meiram Ed al Nagab Kabkabiya Tawila Sayel Mellit Khureit El Fasher

HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
Um-Kedada Burush Al Tawisha

ATTACKS

Shangil Tobayi Menawashi Kass

Dar al Salam Wada Ah

Sullu Zalingei Habila Garsila Foro Burunga Mukjar

Nyala

Muhajeria

Al Lait

Hajar Banda Rehed el Birdi

Ed Daein Tulus Buram Ferdous

NATIONAL CAPITAL

Nymeri

Number of attacks 1-3 4-9 10 - 18 19 - 31

Am Dafok

HOW TO BUILD YOUR OWN SHELTER construction manual

Phase 1 Architect+ Locals + workshop for the families

Phase 2 Architect+ Locals + workshop for the families

Phase 3 Local aid for the creation of the shelters + workshop for the

DESIGN PLANNING

DEVELOPING

ARCHITECT

PHASE 1

OGN LOCAL AID PEOPLE
PHASE 2 PHASE 3

MONITORING

Local work

OGN work

new family space

SHELTER | FOLDING
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