Con-creARte project was presented in July/August, 2014 issue of Casa & Giardino.
CMJ Design Studio, presenta Con-creARte. Il cemento diventa un elemento leggero e sinuoso. Certo si sono viste ultimamente sperimentazioni su questo materiale e già dal secondo dopo guerra alcuni architetti, tra cui il celebre M. Fisac, avevano cercato le potenzialità del cemento come materiale espressivo, andando oltre i concetti puramente razionalisti. Bisogna riconoscere che il cemento nasconde davvero una serie di qualità spesso ignorate dall'uso comune di questo materiale (largamente utilizzato nell'edilizia industriale e nell'arredo urbano, spesso in modo banale). In questo senso trovo quindi queste proposte interessanti ed attuali, sintomo di una tendenza che vuole rivalutare il cemento come materiale espressivo nella progettazione.
CMJ DESIGN STUDIO's project will be exhibited in 2014 SaloneSatellite 17°
Pad. / pav. 13 and 15
Catalogo 2014 : http://issuu.com/isaloni/docs/salonesatellite2014__2_/1
The SaloneSatellite was created in 1998 for the express purpose of bringing together, in the same place and time, the most promising young designers from all over the world with the most important business people and talent scouts gathered in Milan to visit or exhibit at the Saloni.
The Satellite immediately became an unparallelled observatory of young international creativity: many of the pieces presented as prototypes in the fourteen previous editions have gone into production, and many of the participating designers have become important figures in the star system.
Each year 700 young designers and students of the most prestigious design schools and universities exhibit and exchange ideas at this unique showcase. The proposals are examined and evaluated by a prestigious Selection Committee drawn from the same pool of international professionals from the world of design, architecture and media.
my sketches are selected for d3 Sketches exhibition 2013
February 21-March 20, 2013
Fordham University Center Gallery in New York.
116 W. 61st Street
New York, NY
The Sketch. exhibition program began in 2011 as the opening event for Tadao Ando’s lecture and book-signing at the Universidad de Monterrey. The exhibit revisited the use of conventional approaches, while engaging with the new technologies that have expanded opportunities for sketching as a conceptual generator. Artists, architects, designers, and students from across the disciplines were invited to join in this international dialogue.
A portion of that work, representing the broadest notion of contemporary sketching, is presented in the exhibit archive of this website.
Due to the notable popularity and success of the first exhibition, Sketch. offers a biennial program that continuously collects, compares, and documents the transformative forces impacting conceptual practices in art, architecture, and design