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C.a.c.p. studio

c.a.c.p. studio // cecilia anselmi carlo prati architetti
Practice devoted to the contemporary research on architectural design, c.a.c.p. studio move toward a simoultaneous path of knowledge, merge both aspects of the discipine, teorical and pratical. They partecipated to international design competitions, receiving prizes and honorable mentions: Le Metamorfosi, Torino (winner), “Costeras”  riqualificazione della Borgata marina di [...]


Campana, Humberto and Fernando

Humberto (1953) and Fernando (1961) were born in Brotas, a city located 250 kilometers from São Paulo. With an agrarian based economy, Brotas is located in a region with abundant natural resources. Until moving to São Paulo to begin their graduation studies, they both lived with their family. Their father was an agricolture engineer and [...]


Campo Baeza, Alberto

Born in Valladolid, Alberto Campo Baeza moved to Madrid where he studied architecture and is now the senior lecturer in the Design Department at ETSAM.
A pupil of Alejandro de la Sota, he derived from him the idea of essential architecture he was to cultivate over the course of the years.
He has [...]


Cappellini, Giulio

An architect and designer, in 1979 he joined Cappellini Spa, initially dealing with image and subsequently management. Giulio Cappellini personally controls the image and products of all the Cappellini brands, both as art director and, in some cases, as designer. Many Cappellini products are present in the permanent collection of the principal contemporary art museums. [...]


Casciato, Maristella

Maristella Casciato, is Professor of History of Architecture at the University of Bologna. From 2000 to 2009 she has served as Chair of DOCOMOMO International. Her scholarly studies are specifically on the history of twentieth-century European architecture. She is currently engaged in a research project on Pierre Jeanneret. Among her recent publications: “A New Town [...]


Cedroni, Moreno

Moreno Cedroni is one of the most creative Italian and international chefs. Born in Ancona in 1964, Cedroni entered the catering field in 1984 with the opening of the Madoninnia del Pescatore restaurant in Senigallia. After directing the restaurant for six years and bored with front of house work, he decided to test himself in [...]


Chiodi, Stefano

Stefano Chiodi is an art historian and critic. Among his publications, Espresso (Electa 2000), Prototipi (Sossella 2004), Una sensibile differenza (Fazi 2006), La bellezza difficile (Le Lettere 2008), and Odilon Redon, A se stesso, Abscondita 2000 (ed.). His activities include curatorship of exhibitions (Diego Perrone, XI India Triennale, New Delhi 2005; vedovamazzei, MADRE, Napoli 2006; [...]


Ciorra, Pippo

Architect, critic, full professor of design and theory at the School of Architecture of Ascoli Piceno, University of Camerino. Coordinator of the “Villard d’Honnecourt” international phd program. Member of CICA (Committee of International Critics of Architecture); advicer for the MVDR prize and for the “Medaglia dell’architettura italiana”. Since 1981 contributor to the cultural pages of [...]


Cirugeda, Santiago

Santiago Cirugeda (Seville, 1971), founder of “Recetas Urbanas” studied architecture in Barcelona and in Seville, where he lives and works. Since 1996 he realized several projects shown in international group and solo exhibitions, including: Quiero una casa, Borgovico 33, Como (2007) and Urban Disobedience: The Work of Santiago Cirugeda, New York Institute of Technology (2007).


Clemente, Francesco

Francesco Clemente played a leading role in the Transavanguardia movement starting at the end of the 70s, and together with the other artists of the movement[M2] , he went back to traditional techniques that became his own stylistic symbol. Through an intense experimentation of different materials such as oil, watercolours, frescoes and mosaic, he composes [...]


Corbellini, Giovanni

Giovanni Corbellini is an architect and architectural critic. A former professor with the Faculty of Architecture in Ferrara, he now teaches with the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Trieste.
The author of numerous articles on contemporary urbanism and architecture, since 2003 he is a regular contributor to the online magazine Arch-it.
His published work includes: [...]


Crewdson, Gregory

Gregory Crewdson was born in 1962 in Brooklyn, New York and received a BA at SUNY, Purchase and an MFA at Yale University. His photographs are included in numerous museums and public collections around the world including Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland; and National [...]


Cruz, Teddy

Teddy Cruz (Guatemala City, 1962) lives and works in San Diego where he founded “Estudio Teddy Cruz” in 2000. He currently teaches Public Culture and Urbanism at the Visual Arts Department of UC, San Diego. Among his projects, exhibited also at the 2008 Venice Architecture Biennale, Manufactured Sites, a series of housing and facilities projects [...]


Cucchi, Enzo

An Italian painter and sculptor, one of the principal exponents of Transavanguardia, an artistic movement defined in the early Eighties by Achille Bonito Oliva. Thanks to his technical experimentation, Cucchi is to be considered as one of the few masters of the new generation and, through his close relationships with poets and writers such as [...]