28 July 2010

Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project, Features: Fabrizio Matillana

Fabrizio Matillana graduated from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London in July 2010. He was awarded the Howard Colls Studentship 2009 and academic bursaries throughout his 4 years. He was put forward by the AA as the school nominee for the 2010 Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship.

Previously he studied at the University of Nottingham and obtained the Diploma in Foundation in Art and Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. He participated in the SmartGeometry Conference, San Francisco in March 2009 elaborating techniques of parametric representation for his 4th year thesis Informal Interchange, Rio de Janeiro. At ecoLogicStudio he worked on the office’s exhibition for the 11th Venice Biennale and Seville Biennale of Art and Architecture. He participated in the International Workshop Pisco/Medellin “How to Rebuild the City” organized by Claudia Amico from NGO “Espacio Expresion” on housing projects for the reconstruction of the disaster-struck city of Pisco, Peru. His proposal was taken for competition for 1 house – 1000 homes, Sydney and exhibited at the Peruvian Embassy as part of the LFA 2010.

Recently his work was selected to be exhibited alongside other AA students at the Takenaka Corporation in Tokyo. He currently works at AStudio Architecture in London.