18 October 2011

Planning architecture, building cities is the theme of the workshop that Marco Casamonti held Tuesday 18 October at the Mackenzie University in San Paolo.
The invitation received by Marco Casamonti from Valter Caldana director of the tradition-rich Brazilian university and curator of the ninth Architecture Biennial of San Paolo  to act as spokesman in Brazil of the Italian architectural scenario, has resulted in a lecture that was centered on the theme of sustainable architecture. Through the presentation of a number of projects by the ARCHEA firm, as the Antinori Winery, the Library of Nembro, the Albatros Camping and the two Chinese projects of the UBPA B3-2 Pavilion World Expo 2010 and the Gel Green Energy Laboratory, Casamonti gave a lecture covering every aspect of architecture understood as the planning of an environmental sustainability capable of modelling the natural landscape as well as building the inhabited space and the urban landscape.