Emanuele Capovilla

Emanuele Capovilla

Venezia, IT



Emanuele Capovilla was born in Asolo, Italy, on February 28, 1987 and currently lives and works between Toronto and Treviso area.
He graduated in Architecture with major in building technology from University IUAV of Venice where he collaborated as assistent professor at the design course of prof. Angelo Villa.
In his thesis " Domestication of an Ecomonster _ Ex Stazione Cuccette, San Cristoforo, Milan " published by Diego De Nardi on magazine "Acciaio Arte Architettura" addresses the issue of urban regeneration developing new synergies between public, private and social.

Great contribution to form his professional profile was the collaboration with prof. Carlo Libero Palazzolo from which acquired the expressive language related to the importance of the section into the project and the cultural relationship between color&material defined as the difference between uniform surface and plot of joints.
For many years during and after his studies is product manager in Giesse snc where he deepens the specific field of dry stratified construction and the efficient energy.

Since 2012 works independently for private client and as project team member in various architectural firms. Currently is in Toronto as subcontractor project designer in SANDBOX design&management.
His professional activity is conducted with an interdisciplinary approach at the project combining the formal, structural and technological aspects .
Particular attention is given to research in the field of environmental sustainability of buildings connected to the industrialized technologies of dry construction and the relationship between the mass production process and the mass customization process.



Emanuele Capovilla, Architect

Architectural integrated design service with industrialized technologies

Mar 2012 - current


Università IUAV di Venezia, Venezia, IT, Masters, Building Technology

Nov 2009 - Mar 2012

Università IUAV di Venezia, Venezia, IT, BArch, Architectural Science

Oct 2006 - Oct 2009

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