I am a 26-years-old italian Architect and Engineer graduated with Honors at the Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna under the supervision of Professor Riccardo Gulli. After the first professional experiences, starting in 2011 at Community Tectonics Architect in the United States, I moved part of my activity to Germany where I became a member of the board of Tinyhouse University in Berlin working aside with its founder Van Bo Le-Mentzel. I am taking part of the “Bauhaus Campus” exhibition at the Bauhaus-Archiv/Museum of Design participating with aVOID, a nine-sqm tiny house designed by me and built with the support of several leading Italian and German companies. I was awarded for the year 2017 with the “Berlin Prize” by Italian Ministry of Culture (MiBACT), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAECI), Istituto Italiano di Cultura Berlino (IIC Berlin) and AEDED Berlin. Since October 2017 I have been working as an architect at GRAFT Architekten in Berlin. From April 2017 I will travel around Europe with my aVOID tiny house to promote a more sustainable and more simple way of living…on wheels!

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Me presenting to the public for the first time my aVOID tiny house. (Pesaro, 9th August 2017) © Giacomo Terracciano
Me presenting to the public for the first time my aVOID tiny house. (Pesaro, 9th August 2017) © Giacomo Terracciano

2010 | Scientific Secondary School Diploma at G.Marconi High School (Pesaro, Italy) – Final Grade: 100/100;

2010/2016 | Masterly Doctor in Architecture and Building Engineering at Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna (Italy) – Final grade: 110/110 with Honors. My final dissertation was focused on Refurbishment and Conservation of Buildings titled with “Structural form and architectural figuration in the sicilian baroque typologies” (advisor: Prof. Riccardo Gulli, co-advisor: Dr. Giovanni Cangi);

2011 | Intern at “Community Tecnonics Architect” (USA) as part of the New Generation Exchange Programme of the Rotary International. The exchange was sponsored by the scholarship offered by Rotary Bologna Nord and I was hosted by Rotary Ferragut (Knoxville, Tennessee).

2015 | Intern at “Ricerca e Progetto” (Italy);

2016 | Professional practice examination and Engineering Licence;

2016 – … | Architect and Board Member of the Tinyhouse University (Berlin);

2016 – … | Selected with my project aVOID to participate at the “Bauhaus Campus Exhibition” from August 2017 until March 2018 at the Bauhaus-Archiv/Museum of Design in Berlin.

2017 – … | President Tinyhouse University Italy

2017 – … | Architect at GRAFT Architekten working on a new experiment with their SOLARKIOSK.

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My first meeting with the Tinyhouse University team. The Bauhaus Campus project was presented for the first time by the artistic curator and founder Van Bo Le-Mentzel.
Tiny living experience at Christian Bock Tischlerei (Tiny House builder in Bad Wildungen, Germany) where I participated in the construction of our tiny100 prototype designed by Tinyhouse University.