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Marco Ferrari

Wed, Jun 6, 2018    11:30am

Cartographic Enquiries
Marco Ferrari, Studio Folder
Introduction by Aaron White
Response by Chris Cowell

Marco Ferrari is an architect and designer. He graduated in architecture at IUAV University of Venice and received a postgraduate MA in History and Theories from the Architectural Association in London. His main interests focus on the relationship between cartography, visual representation and politics, working across a diverse range of outcomes and research methodologies. Between 2007 and 2011, he has been one of the founding partners of the architecture collective Salottobuono. He served as Creative Director of Domus magazine between 2011 and 2013, and has been a regular graphics editor for Abitare magazine between 2007 and 2011. He has been teaching ‘Methods for Representation’ at ISIA Urbino since 2010, and led an Information Design laboratory at IUAV University in Venice between 2013 and 2016. Together with Elisa Pasqual, he is the co-founder of Studio Folder, a design studio based in Milan that develops projects working both with cultural institutions and commercial clients, working across the editorial, digital and spatial domains. The studio’s activity is also engaged in the investigation of autonomous research paths through the production of speculative digital platforms and interactive installations.

Free and open to the public.
Organized by the Advanced Architectural Design program, Columbia GSAPP.