Torino, IT | New York, NY
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Caterina Tiazzoldi is an award winning interdisciplinary architecture and design practice Caterina Tiazzoldi Studio which was established in 2004 focusing in users experience and spatial performativity.
The Studio provides architectural design, urban installations, public art and, exhibit design.
At the heart of the studio’s work is the component of finding innovative design solutions through the strong interaction between professional practice and the research that its principal Caterina Tiazzoldi develops as director of the research lab NSU at Columbia University.
Caterina Tiazzoldi Studio has been internationally recognized for its innovative of space and design concepts such as the Social Cave, the Instant Installation, the Co-working Toolbox, the Illy Shop and the Onion Pinch, a playground in the Lisbon subway station.
The studio was winner of the Museum of Memphis Art Lab Competition, of the Architecture Rivelate Doing and Undergoing Competition artist competition and was a finalist in the Renzo Piano Award for Young Italian Talent.
Its studio work has been featured in several significant events and museums such as the Paris Museum Cite’ de Architecture et du Patrimoine, Boston Design Museum, Tribeca Film Festival, Temporary Museum for New Design, International Furniture Fair, Saint Etienne Biennale, Experimenta Design and Torino World Design Capital.
Caterina Tiazzoldi Studio has been featured in several international magazines and books such as Domus, Elle Decor, Frame, Icon, Interni, Wall Paper, Interior Design, La Stampa, La Repubblica, Metropolis, Sole 24 ore, Vogue, Vanity Fair, Taschen, Thames and Hudson, Birkauser, Gestalten.
In addition, Caterina Tiazzoldi teaches at GSAPP Columbia University, Politecnico di Torino, Ecole Superieur Nationale d'Architecture de Grenoble, Rhode Island School of Design, IED Milano, Domus Academy.
New York, NY, US