Matteo Terazzi was part of our Architect-USJob+J1 Visa Program, and previously submitted SynEnergy Hall to the Portfolio Challenge. For this week’s portfolio challenge he submitted his project called Sky Patch. Matteo Terazzi gained a lot of exposure to sustainability work during his studies at the Polytechnic University of Milan, which is where his ideas for SynEnergy Hall came from. Sky Patch seeks to combine sustainability with social upward mobility through thoughtful and meaningful design.
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Matteo has shown interest throughout his career in creating spaces that promote collaboration and a greater sense of belonging to the community around. He has been working at Studio Razavi Architecture and looks forward to getting the chance to work in the USA, and show his skills in sustainability and social housing. In previous Portfolio challenges we brought up New Urbanism, an architectural movement to build new neighborhoods by maximizing opportunities for social exchange at all scales. Sky Patch continues to push this movement forward and help to create new designs and ideas for social mobility.
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Images by Matteo Terazzi
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