Marco Caprani (born in Biella, 1987) has graduated in Architecture @ Polytechnic University of Turin (Class 2012).
During the academic years he has tried to organize a consistent architectural thought. His passion for 3D modeling led him to investigate by himself many softwares and to become scholar assistant at the Multimedia Lab. of the Polytechnic of Turin for various periods.
After he got his B.Arch, he has begun to approach the parametric method and the advanced computational techniques thanks to the international workshop “Smart Skin for Sustainable Dwelling 2010” held with the american students of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy (NY) directed by Cesare Griffa (PoliTo) and Ted Ngai (RPI).
He has few international experiences: he spent a semester attending the ERASMUS program in Mons, Belgium and he was also selected to be Visiting Scholar for the Fall Semester 2011 at the School of Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, USA.
In 2012 he got his M.Arch degree with a final project based on an international architectural competition about the new “Helsinki city library 2017”. His thesis won 2 Italian awards for architectural design.
In 2013 he won a grant from an Italian bank foundation “Cassa di Risparimio di Torino“ to practice abroad in Greece for 6 months.
“I feed every day the passion to experiment new architectural modelling techniques, in order to push up the quality and the communication of a project, to improve creativity and try to develop a fresh, intriguing, efficient and modern design. I love the interaction between technology,
science and arts.“