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Duilio Damilano
Duilio Damilano
* Cuneo, Italy, 1 June 1961
nationality: italian
Damilano Studio Architects
Via della Magnina, 5
12100  Cuneo - Italy
Tel: +39.0171.412584
www.damilanostudio.com
info@damilanostudio.com
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES
 
 
This practise of architecture is named after its founder Duilio Damilano who moved from Polytechnic of Turin to Milan, in order to follow a work- shop by Daniel Libeskind, where he’s developed his concept of architectural research directed towards the concreteness of space.
His passion for volumes, instead, comes from a family of sculptors. His father and his brother have, in fact, passed on to him an interest for the plastic and material aspect of every sculpture or architecture. DuilioDamilano says that he’s always been attracted by architectures since childhood.
His design path begins from the study of the light and I how this affects and moulds the shapes.
“It is an instinctive vocation – says Duilio Damilano – a feeling that starts from deep inside and only at a later time is conveyed inside the channels of rationality. Certainly is something that’s always been part of my approach to architecture and which goes into my entire project. I mean the kind of lighting that goes beyond the physical aspect of the luminous element to become an integral part of the architectural design. A project can’t peter out with the daylight”.
After graduating in 1998 he began his professional career as associate and in 1990 he opened the Damilano Studio. Over the years his work has developed, through collaborations with artists and deigners, into new architectural paths. Major areas of interest of Damilano Studio are the design of residential buildings, offices and commercial and receptive structures, both in Italy and abroad.
An ongoing collaboration has occurred with the architects Claudia Allinio, Alberto Pascale, Corrado Tesio and Jessica Pignatta
BUILDINGS
 
2011
Gazoline
Italy [Italia] » Cuneo
2010 - 2011
Vidre Negre
Italy [Italia] » Cuneo
2007
Coni Rovesci
Italy [Italia] » Cuneo
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WRITINGS
ABOUT THE ARCHITECT
Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi, "Duilio Damilano", The Plan 21, agosto-settembre/august-september 2007, "Made in Italy" pp. 23-28
 
 
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