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Alessandro Mason, Matteo Giustozzi

studio GISTO

http://gisto.net/

via Giulio Cesare Procaccini, 4, Milan, Italy
GISTO is a studio/workshop based between Milano and Treviso (Italy), operating at the intersection of architecture, design and craftsmanship. Since 2010 the studio has developed a series of research and collaborative projects, working partially or entirely on all phases from the idea to the realization, with the support of important institutions such as: Salt Istanbul, Biennale di Architettura di Venezia, Triennale di Milano, Oslo Architecture Triennale.

MULTIPLO


Transformation in design

MULTIPLO


Transformation in design
Multiplo is a project that focus on the relationship between space, energy and territory
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Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Our aims is to merge architecture, design, ecology and economy through the development of a process that, almost like a form of hacking fits before and during what is considered the end of a cycle: the demolition. The project is a laboratory, the aim is to analyze, map, scan the construction site in order to find opportunities, materials or resources in the area before everything is turned into waste matter, thus transforming the linear system into a circular one, a construction site into a gold mine.

The laboratory is not only concerned with observing and mapping, its role is to be the link between this phase and the real transform on site of those materials in order to make them available for the new purpose.

This project has also become a book that aims to communicate and disseminate the importance of planning and design even in those phases of the process that are usually considered marginal, such as demolition.


MULTIPLO


Transformation in design

MULTIPLO


Transformation in design
Multiplo is a project that focus on the relationship between space, energy and territory
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Our aims is to merge architecture, design, ecology and economy through the development of a process that, almost like a form of hacking fits before and during what is considered the end of a cycle: the demolition. The project is a laboratory, the aim is to analyze, map, scan the construction site in order to find opportunities, materials or resources in the area before everything is turned into waste matter, thus transforming the linear system into a circular one, a construction site into a gold mine.

The laboratory is not only concerned with observing and mapping, its role is to be the link between this phase and the real transform on site of those materials in order to make them available for the new purpose.

This project has also become a book that aims to communicate and disseminate the importance of planning and design even in those phases of the process that are usually considered marginal, such as demolition.



Idea by

Alessandro Mason, Matteo Giustozzi
studio GISTO
via Giulio Cesare Procaccini, 4
Milan
Italy
GISTO is a studio/workshop based between Milano and Treviso (Italy), operating at the intersection of architecture, design and craftsmanship. Since 2010 the studio has developed a series of research and collaborative projects, working partially or entirely on all phases from the idea to the realization, with the support of important institutions such as: Salt Istanbul, Biennale di Architettura di Venezia, Triennale di Milano, Oslo Architecture Triennale.