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Micol Pucciarelli_Matteo Berti

Rome, Italy
Both enthusiastic about architecture and design. Micol is a Junior Architect and is developing the final project for the Master degree in Roma Tre's University. She studied also in Madrid at the ETSAM and got internships both in Rome and Brussels, where she worked for JDS Architects. Matteo is a designer, graduated at La Sapienza in Industrial Design. He's producing a new brand of hand-crafted wooden glasses (https://www.facebook.com/BertiEyewear/?fref=ts).

Give/Take


Sharing space, tasks and knowledge

Give/Take


Sharing space, tasks and knowledge
Future architecture should focus on giving more balance to the society, providing equal opportunities, respect and tolerance.

One of the most urgent needs in Europe nowadays is connected to migration flows. Do we have enough equiped accomodations for those people? Are we able to integrate them into our comunity?

The answer is no, so we should move towards a future where everybody could feel part of the society, sharing experiences and knowledge from cooking to teaching languages. Incoming people should have the opportunity and the possibility to change their lives; we believe this is possible with a system of prefab and self-built accomodations that grows around a nucleus, a place where people can gather, creating housing clusters of different dimensions.


Give/Take


Sharing space, tasks and knowledge

Give/Take


Sharing space, tasks and knowledge
Future architecture should focus on giving more balance to the society, providing equal opportunities, respect and tolerance.

One of the most urgent needs in Europe nowadays is connected to migration flows. Do we have enough equiped accomodations for those people? Are we able to integrate them into our comunity?

The answer is no, so we should move towards a future where everybody could feel part of the society, sharing experiences and knowledge from cooking to teaching languages. Incoming people should have the opportunity and the possibility to change their lives; we believe this is possible with a system of prefab and self-built accomodations that grows around a nucleus, a place where people can gather, creating housing clusters of different dimensions.



Idea by

Micol Pucciarelli_Matteo Berti
Rome
Italy
Both enthusiastic about architecture and design. Micol is a Junior Architect and is developing the final project for the Master degree in Roma Tre's University. She studied also in Madrid at the ETSAM and got internships both in Rome and Brussels, where she worked for JDS Architects. Matteo is a designer, graduated at La Sapienza in Industrial Design. He's producing a new brand of hand-crafted wooden glasses (https://www.facebook.com/BertiEyewear/?fref=ts).