The arch. Laura Andreini has been invited as a speaker at the seminar cycle “Architettura.Affresco italiano” organized by the research unit “TEDEA. Teorie dell’architettura” of IUAV- University of Venice. Each meeting is conceived as a space in which two authors of contemporary Italian architecture are invited to talk about their work and exchange ideas. Each seminar is associated with a term, a keyword that underlines a common field of research. The cycle of seminars, as it unfolds, aims to draw a fresco of architecture conceived and built, a large workshop where individuality, differences, references and reflections coexist.At the meeting on November 9 the two architects and authors Laura Andreini and Patricia Viel (Studio Citterio-Viel) discuss with the students how complexity is a part of every project, from the smallest to the largest project, from the closest to the most distant.
The in-depth analysis proposed by arch. Andreini focuses on two projects that have marked an important turning point within the studio: on the one hand the Antinori Winery project, a large project that fits into the iconic landscape of Chianti Classico, becoming a recognizable sign, and on the other the project of the National Stadium of Albania, a large project that has seen the BIM enter the studio’s operational mode.