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Ipostudio Architetti

Ipostudio Architects srl is a private professional association of architects, which has worked within the fields of architecture, design and research, in Florence since 1982. Ipostudio aims to develop quality architectural and urban design based upon the thoughtful integration of innovative technologies with a respect for the rules of the architectural design. To such an end, Ipostudio always placed the activities of planning side by side with the activities of research. During almost twenty years of activity Ipostudio has demonstrated a design approach with high architectural quality and optimised functional qualities of the buildings. Within his own activities of research and architectural design, Ipostudio has matured a vast experience in the sector of the planning of public buildings to collective use. Particularly Ipostudio has developed design and research projects in the following sectors: planning of office buildings, analysis of architectural and technical solutions “energy saving oriented”, functional planning of layouts based on user needs and quality of indoor environment. Ipostudio has been actively participating in and jointly leading several EU research projects from FP5, FP6, FP7, INTERREG, namely: Brite Euram 4213, Ariadne, Brite Euram 4670, IFD, EBOB, SuRE-FIT. 

 

Main roles in PROFICIENT

The main roles of Ipostudio are related to: innovative approaches applied to the design of materials and components, guidelines and methodologies for the eco-design and the energy efficiency of buildings; application of technological, design and organisational improvements aiming at reducing energy and resource consumption; and key demonstration topics concerning the integration of innovative products and systems.
 

 

Key persons involved

- Prof. Dr. Roberto Di Giulio is an architect, PhD in "Technology of Architecture", Full Professor at the University of Ferrara, Faculty of Architecture. He has been the Head of the Department of Architecture since 2006. He is a board member of Ipostudio where he is responsible for research activities. His research covers a broad range of issues from studies of the industrialization of building process and building design methodologies to investigations on real estate maintenance and management. He has been an active participate in and jointly leaded 8 EU research projects from FP5, FP6, FP7, and Interreg. By appointment from the Ministry of Scientific Research he is a member of the Management Committee of the European Commission COST Actions “C3 – Diagnosis of Urban Infrastructure“, “C5 – Urban Heritage Building Maintenance" and “C16 – Urban Building Envelopes"; Chairman of the Cost Action “TU0701 – Improving the Quality of Suburban Building Stocks"; and Member and Chair of a Working Group in the Focus Area on “Cultural Heritage” in the European Construction Technical Platform (ECTP).

 

- Prof. Carlo Terpolilli  is an architect, Associate Professor at the University of Firenze, Faculty of Architecture, where he teaches Technology of Architecture. He is a board member of Ipostudio where he is responsible for design activities. His research covers a broad range of issues within the fields of innovation of building technologies and building design methodologies. These activity include: collaboration with research programmes co-ordinated by both public and private, national and international organisations such as the research projects carried out within the University of Florence and Ferrara and the research projects commissioned by the European Commission. He has actively participating in and jointly lead several EU research projects from FP5, FP6, FP7: Brite Euram 4213, Ariadne, Brite Euram 4670, IFD, EBOB, SuRE-FIT. 

 

- Arch. Lucia Celle is an architect, she is a board member of Ipostudio where he is responsible for design activity. Since 2009 she has been the president of Ipostudio srl. Her research covers a broad range of issues within the fields of architectural design of complex buildings in public and private sector. She has held courses as visiting professor in several architectural schools in the field of design methodologies. She has actively participating in and jointly lead several EU research projects IFD, SuRE-FIT.

 

- Arch. Elisabetta Zanasi Gabrielli is an architect, she is a board member of Ipostudio where he is responsible for construction supervision activity. Since 2009 she has been the vice-president of Ipostudio srl. She is an expert in safety procedure in design and construction phase. Her research covers a broad range of issues within the fields of building design methodologies. She has held courses as visiting professor in several architectural schools in the field of construction supervision methodologies.

 

- Dr. Beatrice Turillazzi  is an architect, PhD in "Technology of Architecture". She collaborates on research projects carried out by the Department of Architecture at the University of Ferrara. She has been working at Ipostudio as architect since 1999 and technical manager since 2010. She has been involved with Ipostudio in several EU related research projects: Ariadne, Brite Euram 4670, IFD, EBOB, SuRE-FIT.

 

- Dr. Luca Belatti  is an architect, graduated at the University of Florence, PhD in "Technology of Architecture" with a research on addition strategy for public residential stock renewal. He has been working in Ipostudio since 2007. He has been involved with Ipostudio in EU related research project SuRE-FIT.

 

- Dr. Mariagiulia Bennicelli Pasqualis  is an architect, graduated at the University of Florence, and PhD student in "Technology of Architecture", with a research on high-density and temporary emergency shelters. She has been working in Ipostudio since 2007.

 

- Arch. Paolo Calimici is an architect, graduated at the University of Florence. He has been working with Ipostudio since 2009. The major themes on which his research takes place are low cost housing solutions and industrialized building technologies, applicable in African housing developments.

 

- Arch. Ilaria Brogi is an architect, graduated in Technology of Architecture at the University of Florence.  Since 2010 she has been working with Ipostudio architects and currently she's conducting research on the low-cost and industrialized housing technology, applicable in European and African housing developments.

 

- Arch. Dania Marzo studied Architectural Design at the University of Florence. After her graduation in 2008, she had some work experiences in Florence and in Berlin in the field of architecture and planning, mainly involving refurbishment and requalification on historical heritage. She has been collaborating with Ipostudio Architetti since 2010.

 

- Arch. Costanza Quentin is an architect, graduated in Technology of Architecture at the University of Florence in 2013 with a research on a process model for Cohousing in Italy, learning from the German experience of Baugruppen. She has been working in Ipostudio since 2013.

 

 

Prof. Dr. Roberto di Giulio

 

Prof. Carlo Terpolilli

 

Arch. Lucia Celle

 

Arch. Elisabetta Zanasi Gabrielli

 

Dr. Beatrice Turilazzi

 

Dr. Luca Belatti

 

Dr. Mariagiulia Bennicelli Pasqualis

 

Arch. Paulo Calimici

 

Arch. Ilaria Brogi

 

Arch. Dania Marzo

 

         

Arch. Constanza Quentin

 

 

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