Interdisciplinary Research Program – TUDelft Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
Transdisciplinary Lecture Series—5 Conversations on the Present (state of)—Session 12 (Project): Inside-Outside, Final Key-note

Within the framework of:

TUDelft
Section of Urban Design
Delta Futures Lab
Delta Urbanism Research Group
Graduation Studio—Transitional Territories
(Joint Studio with AA, Diploma Unit 9, Third Territorial Attractor)

Dalhousie University
Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning
Graduate Design Studio—Facts or Fictions: Cities on the Sea

Hosted by:

Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin
Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Section of Urban Design—Delta Urbanism, TUDelft

Catherine Ann Somerville Venart
School of Architecture, Faculty of Architecture and Planning
Dalhousie University

Luisa Maria Calabrese
Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Section of Urban Design—Delta Urbanism, TUDelft

Isabella Coutand
Department of Earth and Environmental Science, Faculty of Science
Dalhousie University

Conclusion Session
Key-note

Project

03.December
17:00—19:00 CET / 12:00-14:00 Atlantic
Hosted on Zoom by TUDelft, to register please write to Taneha K. Bacchin: t.bacchin[at]tudelft.nl

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Angelo Bucci
Title:
“inside-outside / architecture as measuring and framing landscape”

 

Brief biography:
Angelo Bucci
1963

Architect by the University of São Paulo, FAU USP, 1987
Master Degree, 1998, PhD, 2005, by FAU USP.
Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (HF AIA), 2011.
PROFILE

Since 1989, Angelo Bucci has been dedicated to building design, sharing his time between both professional and academic duties. These parallel activities define a special approach to his projects, in which the professional demands are understood as an engaging opportunity to research and speculate new ideas.
Always based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Angelo is founder and principal in charge of SPBR architects since 2003. He was also founder and associate of MMBB architects from 1996 to 2002.

He has taught studios at FAU USP since 2001 and also as a visiting professor in Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Italy, Switzerland [ETH Zurich, 2014], and United States [ASU, 2005; UC Berkeley, 2006; GSD Harvard and MIT, 2008; UT Austin, 2010; Yale, 2013; MIT 2016].

In 2005, he got his PhD with a work that reflects about the role of experience São Paulo in his way to think about architecture.
Some of his buildings have been widely exhibited through publications, lectures and exhibitions.

Related
International Delta Conference—Redesigning Deltas
UD-TT Lecture Series—Territories of Accumulation—Session 8