Eugenio Aglietti

Eugenio Aglietti

Rome, IT


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I am Eugenio, a young and ambitious italian architect and computational designer, graduated at Sapienza University of Rome in 2010.

My idea of Architecture is based on the the assumption that social factors are more important than the forms: architecture relates to our way of dwelling, working, having fun... in one world it's about our way of living. The form it's 'only' the result of the 'influences', that are all the stimulus to which the building is subjected: functions, local topography, exposure, flows, formal and geometric grids, strucural issues and, finally, the architectural language. I am fascinated by all aspects which relate architecture and for this reason I started to collaborate with TECNNE website, writing articles about contemporary projects.

I am currently directing my professional research towards the latest digital frontiers of parametric architecture and I'm interested in research, creative functional integration, formal complexity, social and economic sustainability. In order to maximize all these aspects I think that digital tools have a crucial relevance, but without the control of technology we have only harmful process which lead to random results. Complex forms are different from those complicated...

My expertise concern both social/organisational (good inter-personal skills, time optimization, teamwork, working under pressure, dedication) and professional aspects (architecture and urban planning, parametric design with Grasshopper, 3D modeling with Rhinoceros, rendering with Vray for Rhino and communication with Adobe Creative Suite).

I'm always looking for new opportunities and new experiences which can increase my social and professional skills.



Studio Busnengo, Rome, IT, Architect

Residential architecture and urban planning; 3D modeling, rendering, digital images editing and graphic design for architectural presentation.

Sep 2010 - current


Sapienza - Università di Roma, Rome, IT, Bachelors, Architecture and Civil Engineering

Sep 2004 - Mar 2010

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