Circular Design Award 2016

September 23, 2016

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Circular Design Award | Amsterdam 2016| Cesare Peeren | Viisi | Denis Guzzo

Get more insights  into the work in progress Circular Design Award Amsterdam Process Report 2016.Pdf

Proud to announce that Cèsare Peeren , head of design at Superuse Studios is the winner of Desko Circular Design Award 2016. The interiors design project for Viisi’s Head Quarter in Amsterdam is a work in progress about short-cutting urban material’s flow. I had the pleasure to report the process by following the master of crafts from the harvest of materials to thwe development of the prototypes.

See more about my documentation of → Superuse Studios’s work

Get more insights  into the work in progress → Circular Design Award Amsterdam Process Report 2016.Pdf

Design realised for: Viisi Amsterdam| Designed by: Cèsare Peeren | All photos – © ¬ Denis Guzzo

Sponsored by → viisi.nl

ZERO WASTE BUILDING

July 4, 2016

Seminar and presentation of the book:

TOWARDS ZERO WASTE BUILDINGS. Strategies and tools for construction and demolition waste prevention and upcycling,  which is featuring my photographs about SuperUse Studio’s work.

by phd. architect Paola Altamura.

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ZERO WASTE BUILDING

2016.06

CASA DELL’ARCHITETTURA | ROMA | IT

I have been invited by La Sapienza University and the Architects Board of Rome to share my experiences and views on the themes of  SuperUse and urban and landscape policies.

The seminar aims to open a discussion on how it is possible to develop strategies to shortcut material’s flows and prevent waste production in architecture through new design processes and mapping. A new concrete building in our cities means a piece of a mountain that has desapeared somewhere else. Recycling raw materials and implementing both awarness and practices are fundamental keys to reduce urbanizazion ‘s impact.

My presentation entitled: Contemporary European landscapes, from estractivism to SuperUse  illustrates a cross-section trough my projects that connects the state of the landscapes in relation with material’s flows trough urban development and architectural design.

EXODUS

April 20, 2016

Group exhibition realized with art collective Young Blood Initiative.

 

T.I.R. #7 INKJET PRINT 33 x 33 cm © Denis Guzzo

T.I.R. #7 | inkjet print 33 x 33 cm | © Denis Guzzo

 

EXODUS

2016.05

Corridor Project Space | Amsterdam | NL

When life dissolves into mountains, borders and the sea: what does it means to be a migrant ?

Migration is one of the most important and urgent issues of our time, no matter who you are, we are all touched by it. There are so many stories to tell and opinions to share. We want to recognise ourselves in the people that are abandoning everything they knew to step into the unknown. We are telling our stories and we would love to hear what you have to say, because for us this is not an art project, this is a dialogue. We’d love to create a space for expression, empathy and consideration both in our gallery space and out in the streets.

In this exhibition I have been presenting the first two works of an going project. T.I.R. stands for “Transports Internationaux Routiers” or “International Road Transports”.