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Andrea Debilio

Andrea Debilio

New York, NY, US

 

About 

Italian Architect/Designer based in NYC

I'm an Italian Senior Designer in New York.

I have been living in four different countries (Italy, Spain, UK and US), working on all-range scale projects, covering all the aspects of the design field with strong expertise in architecture, interiors, exhibitions and furniture design.

I am an internationally-oriented, "out-of-the-box" thinker capable in all phases of the architectural design process: concept, schematic, design development and construction documentation with experience at some world-recognized firms such as Foster and Partners, OBR and Meis Architects.

As an ex professional swimmer I naturally seek challenging situations and work hard for the final goal.

I'm also an excellent cook, sea lover and fond of photography, music and cinema.

Specialties:
Architecture, Interior Design, Urbanism, Digital Fabrication and Visualization.

Digital Skills: 
Rhino, Grasshopper, 3ds Max, Vray, Autocad, Microstation, Ecotect, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Premiere.

Employment 

MEIS architects, New York, NY, US, Senior Designer

Senior Designer for the Stadio della Roma.
A 52.500 new state-of-the-art, world-class football stadium for AS Roma.
http://stadiodellaroma.com/
http://www.meisstudio.com/

Jun 2015 - current
 

Foster + Partners, London, GB, Architect

Apple Campus
Entrances Team
Designed by Foster and Partners for Apple, AC 2 is the new campus which will house 12,000 staff in 2.8M square feet over four stories and which is estimated to be
completed in 2016.

Sep 2013 - current
 

OBR Open Building Research, Genoa, IT, Architect

Mar 2012 - May 2013
 

OFL Architecture, Rome, IT, Architect, Designer, Visualizer

May 2010 - Oct 2010
 

City Vision Magazine, Rome, IT, Editorial Staff, Photographer

May 2010 - Oct 2010
 

JMSchivo & Associati, Rome, IT, Architect, Designer, Visualizer

Blue Crystal Tower, United Arab Emirates
Energy Tower ( office tower ), Tokyo, Japan
Espace Albert Premiere, Principality of Monaco

Nov 2008 - Apr 2009
 

Education 

IaaC - The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, Barcelona, ES, Masters, Emergent Territories

Architecture, Urbanism, Computational Design and Digital Fabrication

Oct 2010 - Jul 2011
 

University of Architecture Vallegiulia La sapienza di Roma, Roma, IT, BArch, Architecture and Interior Design

Three Years Bachelor in Architecture Science and Interior Design.

Sep 2004 - Oct 2008
 

Awards 

NYTC, New York Theater City International Student Competition, Honorable Mention


This project attempts to dissolve the normal relationship between the actors and audience. It consists of two layers, a dynamic layer and a static layer. The dynamic layer is using the old railway tracks as a foundation for reconfigurable spaces. By enabling the functions at the campus area to be mobile, the campus area is able to suit the constantly change of need for the users of the campus and the public. The static layer is an envelope that provides shelter for the dynamic layer. The static layer is the element that communicates with the city and gives the campus area its identity. The core of the project lies in the relationship between the two layers. The interplay between the two layers enables the campus to generate a variety of spatial constellations, suit the constantly changing needs and act upon the notion of time. Just like the old train station the main driver is the time, but just as the train station the campus area will always be bound in the moment. The trains at the station, the campus area and the act is all temporarily. The show must go on!

2011
 

Silk Road Map - International Competition, 1st Place

OFL Architecture - SRME.
Silk Road Map Evolution is a project born out of the will to revive and regenerate the current layout of the silk road. This is to be accomplished by means of a social, economic, political and architectonic redevelopment of the historic stretch of the road that once belonged to Marco Polo.

2010
 

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