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#1M.A.D.E. Modular Architecture Design Element
#1M.A.D.E. Modular Architecture Design Element

#1M.A.D.E. Modular Architecture Design Element

The originality of #1M.A.D.E. consists in its ease to adapt to the different needs of the client; thanks to a patentable connection system, it generates unique spaces on a small or large scale. Highly innovative is also a transparent surface, designed to be an instrument of experiential marketing, provided with an advanced communication system that permits an ongoing interactive dialogue between brand and consumer. #1M.A.D.E. bases its commercial revolution on some keywords such as flexibility, interactivity, adaptability, durability, removability, reversibility.

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#1M.A.D.E. Modular Architecture Design Element

Luciano Zingali, Alberto De Capua, Alessandro Villari

Luciano Zingali, architect and Phd in Territorial Planning at the University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria, has experience of internship at the Northeastern University of Boston and the San Diego State University.
He edited as designer exhibition environments and also has drawn up several projects to rely on EU and national funds.

Alessandro Villari, architect, is a researcher in Landscape Architecture (SSD: ICAR/15) at the University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria.
Performs its research activity at the Department of Architecture and Territory and its interests have led to investigate the experimental values and innovative between architecture and landscape with particular attention to the project of the urban landscape and interconnections with the public space.

Alberto De Capua, architect, is Associate Professor of Architecture technology (SSD: ICAR/12) at the University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria.
Performs its research activity at the Department of Architecture and Territory and since the beginning of his activity, has directed the research on issues relating to the definition of procedures and methodologies for the control and the improvement of environmental quality in the building industry, with particular reference to the problems inherent in the requirements of hygiene and safety of the built environment and the sustainability of the manufacturing processes.


Stand F12 (pav. 6) - Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria

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