Department of Interior Architecture and Environmental Design Lecture: The Semantic Language of the Architecture, Landscape Art, Interiors Design between History and Contemporaneity, Space and Time, Landmarking and Landscaping of the “Genius Loci”.
Fabrizio Iandiorio, Architect, Atelier – 3
25 October, Wednesday
13:40 FF Building, Room B-06
Fabrizio Iandiorio was Born in Parma (Italy) in 1967.
He received Bachelor in Architecture in 1993 and PhD in 1999, both from University of Florence. He started the Academic career in University of Florence, in University of Genoa, in several foreigner Universities with branches in Italy and he was adjointed Professor (by contract) in University of Syracuse. Meanwhile, he worked for O.M.A. in Rotterdam Headquarter (8 months) and for Guido Canali Architects and Designers in Parma. Later he was in charge as Consultant of the Store Interiors and the Architectural Projects for Max Mara Fashion Group in Milan. In 2008 he was called as Design Manager for Oger International in Dubai Headquarters for several Architecture, Interıors and Landscape Projects (Residential, Health care, Education and Commercial Developments) In 2015 he jointed Astaldi Costruzioni spa as Design Manager for Etlik Hospital Campus in Ankara. He is currently working over there. He lives in Rome.
The Lecture is a brief overview, through historical examples, on the meanings and the possibilities of the Architecture (including Landscape and Interiors Design) to express its deepest sense of activity of “Humanism”, always at the cross between project and naturalness, philosophy and materials, logic and feeling.
The Space and the Time are categories related to the Genius Loci, to the Culture and Tradition that must be respected but also “pushed” forward with intelligence and sensitivity as History teaches; energy does not disappear, making new the ancient things. The Architecture is therefore a complex communication with several levels of understanding that can tell us more things than expected from a technical and general analysis. It always speaks about our aspirations, our fantasies, our limits and our dreams.