Caterina Tiazzoldi, is the principle of the award winning interdisciplinary architecture and design practice, Caterina Tiazzoldi / Nuova Ordentra, providing architectural and interior design, set design, urban installations, public art and strategic thinking. Established in 2004, the firm focuses in a new approach to user spatial experience. Caterina Tiazzoldi has worked in a variety of countries, environments.
This cluster based studio includes a network of architects, interior designers, urban planners, structural and environmental engineers, interaction designers and graphic designers. At the heart of the studios work is a commponent of finding innovative design solutions through the strong interaction between professional practice and the research developed in the research lab NSU at Columbia University. Additionally, Caterina Tiazzoldi teaches at the GSAPP at Columbia University in New York and various universities throughout the world.
The studio has been invited to particiapte to several significant events and museums such as the Saint Etienne Biennale, Boston Design Museum, Soho Digital Gallery, Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris, Honour Guest at Salone Satellite, Architecture and Design Film Festival Tribeca, Made Expo, Experimenta Design Lisbon, Torino World Design Capital.
Nominated at Cooper Hewitt Museum National Design Award, winner of the Architetture Rivelate, Museum of Memphis Art Lab Competition, Doing and Undergoing Competition and finalist for the Renzo Piano Award: Young Italian Talent, the work achieved has been published in several international magazines such as Domus, Elle Decor, Frame, Icon, Interni, Wall Paper, Interior Design, La Stampa, La Repubblica, Metropolis, Sole 24 ore, Vogue, Vanity Fair, books Taschen, Thames and Hudson, Birkauser, Links Books, Gestalten.
Among the clients: and clients such as Illy Caffe', Toolbox, Regione Piemonte, Delmonte, Cosmit, Amorim Cork, Politrofa, and Abet Laminati.
Columbia University, New York, NY, US, Masters, Advanced Master
Art Lab Competition, 1st Place
AMUM continues to host innovative temporary exhibitions of contemporary art and culture alongside selections from our permanent collections. The museum is an important component of the College of Communication and Fine Arts with exhibitions by Master of Fine Arts Candidates and the annual Juried Student Exhibition. Additionally we present a diverse range of educational public programs that engage both the University and greater Memphis communities.
Instant Installation by Caterina Tiazzoldi GSAPP Columbia University
Participating Students: Constantinou Christos, Gianpapa Eleni, Koutalianou