U67 is the common ground of Fabio Gigone and Angela Gigliotti. We want to collect and share experiences related to design topics. We are involved in a multidisciplinary activity where the project deals each time with a new issue to produce unexpected outcomes. We deal with the project through different scales, preferring the drawing as a knowledge tool. We believe in the representation of architecture as the first move towards the construction of a space. Each project is a way to reveal possibilities towards different points of view, a vision that includes collective knowledge and beauty.
Fabio Gigone (1978) is an educator, architect and researcher. He graduated in Architecture at the IUAV in Venice and since 2007 he practised as Licensed Architect (Ordine Architetti Udine / RIBA Part 3 equivalent). He was a co-founder of Salottobuono till 2012 when the collaboration between its six co-founders ended. As a partner of this collector of research experiences and design production, he served as editor of the Instructions and Manuals section of Abitare magazine (2007-10) and as Creative Director of Domus magazine (2011-12). He co-authored the book “Manual of Decolonization” (Milano: A+Mbookstore Edizioni, 2010) and was a contributor at La Biennale di Venezia – Architettura and Arte (2008, 2011, 2012) while in 2010 he worked as Art Director and Designer of the Italian Pavilion at La Biennale di Venezia. Together with a multi-disciplinary team of architects and photographers he founded San Rocco Magazine in 2010.
Beyond the practice, he has actively been involved in academic activities: Adjunct Professor at IUAV in Venice within the Summer Workshops (2009, 2010); Adjunct Professor at ISIA in Urbino in the School of Graphic Design (2009-2012); Associate Professor at NMBU within the Landscape and Spatial Planning Department, Norway (2015-2018) and Research Assistant at Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark (2015-2018). In 2018 he completed the Resources and Techniques for the Study of Renaissance and Early Modern Culture detailed study at the Warburg Institute, London, UK. He was granted a PhD fellowship at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation (2018-2022) in Copenhagen, affiliated to the Excellence Centre for Privacy Studies at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. His research project is titled “States of Proximity: Privacy under Louis XIV in Versailles, 1682-1715” supervised by Prof. Peter Thule Kristensen (KADK) and Prof. Maarten Delbeke (ETH Zürich). Along with that, in Fall 2019 he was resident at the Accademia di Danimarca – Det Danske Institut i Rom while conducting some primary source investigation at the Archivio Apostolico Vaticano. Since Spring 2020, he is Academic Guest at Institut für Geschichte und Theorie der Architektur at ETH Zürich.
His research focuses is in Architectural History and Theory and it found convergence on the history of Early Modern Architecture in Northern Europe.
Angela Gigliotti (1986) is an educator, architect and researcher. She graduated in Building Architecture both at the Politecnico di Milano and at the Politecnico di Torino (2011). She got a degree with honour at the ASP (Alta Scuola Politecnica), a double degree curriculum for young talents, where, consequently, she was appointed as Mentor (2015-2018). Since 2011 she practised as Licensed Architect (Ordine Architetti Milano / RIBA Part 3 equivalent) within several architectural practices in Italy, Belgium and Norway. She was part of the OAF Committee within the Norwegian Association of Architect; where she was granted “OAFs fellow for videreutdanning 2015-16″.
Beyond the practice, she has actively been involved in academic activities: Teaching Assistant at the Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy (2010-13); External Lecturer at NMBU University in Ås, Norway (Fall 2014; Fall 2015). She conducted her PhD at the Aarhus School of Architecture (2016-2019) titled “The Labourification of Work: the contemporary modes of architectural production under the Danish Welfare State”, positively assessed by Prof. Peggy Deamer (Yale School of Architecture), Prof. Helena Mattson (KTH Stockholm) and Prof. Thomas Bo Jensen (Aarhus School of Architecture). In Spring 2018, she was Visiting PhD Candidate at the Architectural Association – School of Architecture of London, UK, in the City/Architecture program under the tutelage of Pier Vittorio Aureli and Maria Shéhérazade Giudici. In 2020, she completed a post-graduate program dedicated to higher education tutors focused on Cultural Anthropology; Pedagogy of the educational communication; Psychology of the learning processes; Didactics and Media Education; Research and Evaluation at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy.
She is currently External Lecturer and Research Faculty at DIS within the Architecture and Design Department in Copenhagen, Denmark (2016-). Her research focus is in Architectural History and Theory and it found convergence on the History of Practices, Labour and Welfare State. She co-edited the book “Utzonia: From/To Denmark with Love” (Trento: LIStLab Publisher 2020) and she authored chapters and articles published by Routledge, UK, 2021; AISU, IT, 2020; ArkDes, SE, 2020; AMPS, UK, 2020; ED Archinect, USA, 2019; CA2RE, DK, 2018; AAA, DK, 2018.
Fabio Gigone (partner)
Angela Gigliotti (partner)
Collaborators since 2013:
Luca Lagorio | Benedetta Zambelli | Charles André | Clémence Goix | Alberto Piazzalunga | Nicholas Delle Donne | Matilde Del Pio | Ruichen Yu | Luo Yireng | Silvia Carrara | Mariachiara D’Onghia | Marco Felicioni | Giulia Sorrentino | Valentina Bagarotti | Luciana Faustini | Francesco Fusaro | Line Agger | Aleksandra Krutnik | Serena Bolzan | Lara Zentilomo | Allegra Aprea | Giovanni Rossetti | Andrea Bonatti | Yi He | Matilde Parravicini | Arim Colombo | Francesco Degl’Innocenti | Marta Pezzoli | Enrica Vergnano | Martina Biava | Marta Barbieri | Francesco Rambelli | Allegra Fornaca | Francesca Piraino | Pierluigi Bardi | Agnieszka Nowacka | Luka Anic | Davide Masserini | Giampaolo Ferrara | Margherita Borroni | Marco Gambaré
Office U67 ApS is looking for outstanding student/graduate interns for research and architectural projects for a period of 2-6 months, in Fall 2020 / Spring 2021. During this period you will work on a variety of commissioned short-term projects, with special emphasis on the office’s core research projects and exhibition design. For these projects, you will research different topics, write texts, design projects. In case you are interested please send an email to Mrs. Vicki Supert (collaboration @office-u67.net) together with your resume and portfolio (max 10MB). Internship covered by external scholarships (Erasmus +,…) and mandatory internship in student curricula will be given priority. English is a must, Danish/Italian is appreciated. Please note that the internship has to be recognized and agreed by the home university prior departure. Applications are considered on a rolling base.
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