i'm a young architect, currently wonking in Milano bu i always wanted to see the world. i'm a dreamer, ready to fly away to fully live my life.
erna corbetta architetto, milano, architect
architect, project manager, designer, 3d artist.
Politecnico di Milano (One of the most outstanding European universities in Architecture), Milano, IT, BArch, interior
I earned my degree with honors, my final dissertation (that you can see here: http://issuu.com/stefanozanetti/docs/tesi_issuu) was about the development of a experimental naval project.
my work was focused in the interior and on the minimum space for living.
Politecnico di Milano (One of the most outstanding European universities in Architecture), milano, MArch, architecture
n. 2 pubblicaton on yacht design, Other
my final dissertation was pubblished on two numbers of the prestigious magazine "YACHT DESIGN"
premio piranesi prix de rome, Honorable Mention
The International Seminar of Museum Studies at Villa Adriana and the Prize of Archaeology and Architecture "Giambattista Piranesi," connected to it, born in May of 2003 by a proposal for Pier Federico Caliari formalized in a triangle between the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Lazio, directed by Anna Maria Reggiani, the Faculty of Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano and Penn State University in Rome, to which were added secondarily to complete the framework of the founding institutions, the First Faculty of Architecture "Ludovico Quaroni" University La Sapienza of Rome and the Faculty of Architecture, University "Federico II" of Naples.
With the main aim of restoring its intimate connection with architecture and archeology, and restore meaning to the humanistic university teaching and scientific research, the Premio Piranesi stands programmatically and ideologically in continuity with the tradition of the Grand Prix de Rome, the famous annual recognition of the high classical training of French architects, established in 1713 by the Académie Royale d'Architecture, to be held at the headquarters of the French Academy in Rome, and abolished after May 1968.
Firmly anchored to the places of its registered parliamentarian, the Emperor Hadrian in Tivoli Villa, great paradigm for ancient architecture as well as contemporary architecture, Piranesi has collected the prize in a short time a consensus growing network, to set up around itself to a framework of collaboration consists of the most important institutions of the state and the university community and culture internationally.
In October 2004 he set up the proposal of the Director General for Architecture and Contemporary Art, architect Pio Baldi, Piranesi_DARC Award 2005, with the intent to support the initial formula centered on a production of theoretical demonstration, a pragmatic projects aimed at the realization of real archaeological installations inside the airport of Villa Adriana.
Bernini pavillion competition, 3rd Place
"The contest "Bernini Pavilion 2010 'is a double opportunity: on the one hand, the reflection of design and training, or rather, between the social tradition of the profession of architect-designer - whose Bridges, Scarpa, Albini, Colombo, Zanuso, Castiglioni, Aulenti, Frattini were highest expression - and its persistence, which appears increasingly weakened in the process of formation and growth within the faculty of architecture, its original birthplace. On the other hand, the willingness of a company deeply rooted in the idea of "humanistic design", to retrace the route of the traditional relationship between the company and designer, that relationship which has historically built the scaffolding of Italian design, today very well narrated and available at a design critic, but dramatically lacking in teachers, seen as an example for the younger generation.
The goal is to work first. Namely achieving a concrete result, which is first and foremost opportunity for visibility and awareness of a possible future career for young people, as well as the opening of credit from those who invest in production.
An investment in young people, then, by Bernini; but it is also an attempt, on the part of the training takes place, giving rise to a process of re-appropriation of a trade, that of the designer-humanist, it is important that it remains firmly in the hands of those who are facing the architectural profession."