Enzo Calabrese, architect and industrial designer, was born in Brindisi in 1961.
He has his professional studio in Pescara where he lives, works. PHD, researcher and Professor in Architectural Composition at the Faculty of Architecture of the G.D’Annunzio University. He was Councilor for Urban Planning, Visiting Researcher at the C.C.A.C. of San Francisco, and at the College of Environmental and Landscape Design at the University of California, Berkeley.
Some of his most important exhibitions:
Natural Genius - Surface architectures, Milan Triennale, Milan (2008);
Italian Architect Under 50, Triennale di Milano, Milan (2005);
Venice Architecture Biennale - young section (2001);
MoCA, Museum of Contemporary Art of Los Angeles (1999);
MoMA - Museum of Modern Art in New York - reported to the ICFF;
“ ENZO CALABRESE + ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER ”
Some awards and won competitions: he won the Compasso d'Oro 2014 and EDIDA International Design Award 2012 prize; Candidate INDEX Design ADI Compasso d'Oro 2007; Tercas award; Europan 6 International Award ...
He wrote: "Sustainwhat's? the misunderstanding of sustainable architecture "," Grazing Cows and Cyber Highways ", and" The Architecture of the other Landscape "
In 2011 the Brand Davide Groppi
in the furniture industry lighting home drew Lamps Sampei.
The lamp is a reed in the wind, a thin rod which rises towards the sky, but very resistant statically, that reaches high heights. The luminaire projects a pleasant light from above that can be oriented at will.