How to become an architect in Italy? To enter the profession in Italy, you are required to first obtain a degree in Architecture. There are three kind of degree: Bachelor of Science 3 years Master of Science 5 years (2 years after the bachelor degree so 3+2) Single-Cycle Degree - 5 years When I started there was… Continue reading How to Become a Licensed Architect in Italy
Today’s post is the 30th post of the series called #ArchiTalks. This month's theme: “Ugly”. Topic Lead: Jeremiah Russell. This month's topic is awesome. We could talk for years about "ugly" and "the idea of ugliness" in architecture! Talk about beauty and you get boring answers, but talk about ugliness and things get interesting. -… Continue reading ArchiTalks #30: Ugly
Moonlighting #28 ArchiTalks I must confess that the first thing I thought, when I read this month's #ArchiTalks theme , was… Throwback to the '80s! I loved that show! Anyway, now I know what moonlighting actually means, and I also get the chance to explain how being an architect in Italy is. The majority of the… Continue reading There is no moonlighting. It’s a jungle!
Today’s post is the 27th post in a group series called #ArchiTalks (leads by Bob Borson) in which a group of us architects write about the same topic on the same day and share each other's posts. This month's theme is “Mentorship”. Topic lead by Michael La Valley. This is the first #ArchiTalks' post that… Continue reading Mentorship
Old farm conversion into an holiday villa: Villa Solaire This is the first post of the #inspiration series where I will report projects that have struck me in some way, and which are inspirational to me. One thing they teach architects during their studies is to observe what others do to draw inspiration. Usually the great masters… Continue reading Inspiration #1 Villa Solaire