After visiting Matteo Silverio (find the article here), we returned to the Veneto region to show Sacripanti’s pavilion to Demogo‘s Alberto Mottola. Their panoramic studio in the center of Treviso — the building that housed the artist Arturo Martini — hosted the Osaka’70 experience in June 2021.
This meeting gave birth to a reflection on the architectural process “tout court”. Alberto’s approach to design is linked to the two-dimensional drawing of plans, elevations and sections that he places side by side to the 3D model. His idea of architecture emerges through the design of the boundaries that delimit the space of the project. In this phase of the working process, he is able to enter with his mind inside the project idea, to see it and walk through it. His vision is clear, even before refining the three-dimensional model.