Rückblick auf die Marmomac 2021 mit „Young Stone Project“, kuratiert von Raffaello Galiotto und Vincenzo Pavan: Experimente an italienischen Hochschulen auf der Suche nach einer innovativen Verwendung von Stein

Das Young Stone Project auf der Marmomac 2021.

em>Jedes Jahr findet auf der Marmomac das Italian Stone Theatre statt, normalerweise in Halle 1 auf dem Messegelände, 2021 in den Hallen 11 und 12. Das Ziel ist, die Spitzenstellung des italienischen Natursteinsektors anhand von Beispielen für Innovation, Kreativität und technisches Know-how zu präsentieren. In diesem Jahr lautete das Gesamtthema „Zeit in Stein“. Hier: „Young Stone Project“ (Projekt Junger Stein). Wir veröffentlichen die Pressematerialien der Messe:

Grundlegend für das Wissen um Naturstein und seine Verwendung in Design und Architektur sind Kontakte zu Universitäten, Kunstakademien und Berufsschulen, also zu Einrichtungen, in denen Forschung und Design auf hohem Niveau betrieben wird. Genau das tut die Marmomac seit mehr als zwei Jahrzehnten, indem sie solche Themen an Hochschulen in Italien fördert. Dazu gibt es Partnerschaften bezüglich der Lehrpläne und Masterstudiengänge mit dem Fokus auf Stein. Unterstützt wird dieser Prozess von Firmen aus dem Natursteinsektor und aus dem Bereich der dazugehörigen Maschinen. Die Unternehmen unterstützen die universitäre Forschung mit ihrer Erfahrung und ihrem Know-how und machen es möglich, dass aus den studentischen Entwürfen konkrete Prototypen werden.

Teilnehmende Universitäten und Schulen: Politecnico Di Bari, Politecnico Di Torino, Università Sapienza Università Di Roma, Università „G. D’annunzio“ Chieti-Pescara, Accademia Di Belle Arti Di Verona.

Fotos: Effezeta Group

Politecnico Di Bari, Dicar

Dicar – Scuola Di Specializzazione In Beni Architettonici E Del Paesaggio, Cesar (Cours De Enseignement Supérieur en Architecture et Restauration) Corso di Alta Formazione Applicata in Architettura e Restauro. The prototypes exhibited represent some of the results of design experiments that focus on innovating the language of the stone product, considering the aesthetic and technical characteristics of Puglia’s main quarrying basins. All the prototypes were conceived and produced using CAD/CAM digital modelling and production techniques.

Fleur De Ville. Tutor: Giuseppe Fallacara (Pi), Marco Stigliano, Maurizio Barberio. Student: Theophile Duquenne. Production: Atelier Romeo, Fablab Poliba. Material: Marmo Di Carrara.Fleur De Ville. Tutor: Giuseppe Fallacara (Pi), Marco Stigliano, Maurizio Barberio. Student: Theophile Duquenne. Production: Atelier Romeo, Fablab Poliba. Material: Marmo Di Carrara.Fleur De Ville. Tutor: Giuseppe Fallacara (Pi), Marco Stigliano, Maurizio Barberio. Student: Theophile Duquenne. Production: Atelier Romeo, Fablab Poliba. Material: Marmo Di Carrara.
Fleur de Ville is a project for a canopy inspired by the organic forms of nature and built mainly of natural stone using local materials (Apricena stone) that are durable and with a low ecological footprint. The sinuous forms of the canopy are part of a conceptual vision that combines the tradition of materials with the innovation of architectural morphology and related construction techniques. The basic idea is the “lithification” of a floral form that provides visual comfort in the environment in which it is placed, and protection from the weather during the stopover period.
 

Luminescent geometric marble. Tutor: Giuseppe Fallacara (Pi), Maurizio Barberio. Student: Simon Cannone. Production: Atelier Romeo, Fablab Poliba. Material: Marmo Di Carrara.Luminescent geometric marble. Tutor: Giuseppe Fallacara (Pi), Maurizio Barberio. Student: Simon Cannone. Production: Atelier Romeo, Fablab Poliba. Material: Marmo Di Carrara.Luminescent geometric marble. Tutor: Giuseppe Fallacara (Pi), Maurizio Barberio. Student: Simon Cannone. Production: Atelier Romeo, Fablab Poliba. Material: Marmo Di Carrara.
The project proposes the use of marble slabs carved, according to a parametric pattern, to reduce the thickness of the marble and allow the passage of light, thanks to a LED lighting system. The system can be used for building facades and internal partitions. It is possible to make the carving evident by placing it on the visible facade or hiding it on the inside and making it visible only when the marble is backlit. Slab dimensions and geometric patterns are fully customisable.
 

Trivault. Tutor: Giuseppe Fallacara (Pi), Maurizio Barberio. Student: Loïc Lafosse. Production: Recchia Marmi, Cnc Design, Fablab Poliba. Material: Pietra Di Apricena.Trivault. Tutor: Giuseppe Fallacara (Pi), Maurizio Barberio. Student: Loïc Lafosse. Production: Recchia Marmi, Cnc Design, Fablab Poliba. Material: Pietra Di Apricena.
Trivault. Tutor: Giuseppe Fallacara (Pi), Maurizio Barberio. Student: Loïc Lafosse. Production: Recchia Marmi, Cnc Design, Fablab Poliba. Material: Pietra Di Apricena.
The project proposes a perforated roof system consisting of cross arches in load-bearing stone. The project is developed on a triangular plan and the openings between the crossed arches are filled with translucent Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) roofing pads. The design of a perforated roof and the combination of heavy and light materials is paradigmatic of the new frontiers that stone can assume in the wake of Stereotomy 2.0.
 

Politecnico Di Torino — Politecnico Di Bari

Dipartimento di Ingegneria Strutturale Edile Geotecnica del Politecnico di Torino, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Ingegneria Civile e dell’Architettura.

Addvault — digital fabrication per strutture a volta. Design: Amedeo Manuello, Giuseppe Carlo Marano With Federico Riberi, Giuseppe Fallacara. Material: Acido Polilattico, Pla, Cemento, Pietra Calcarea Compatta.Addvault — digital fabrication per strutture a volta. Design: Amedeo Manuello, Giuseppe Carlo Marano With Federico Riberi, Giuseppe Fallacara. Material: Acido Polilattico, Pla, Cemento, Pietra Calcarea Compatta.Addvault — digital fabrication per strutture a volta. Design: Amedeo Manuello, Giuseppe Carlo Marano With Federico Riberi, Giuseppe Fallacara. Material: Acido Polilattico, Pla, Cemento, Pietra Calcarea Compatta.
The research work is based on experiments of vaulted structures. The presentation at Marmomac of the work performed in the laboratories of del MastrLAB of the Polytechnic of Turin constitutes the first step for the realization, through modules lithic structures, of vaulted type by numerically controlled construction technology. The physical model was made by an addictive production technique (FDM technique) of miniformworks in recyclable material (Polyactid acid, PLA). Each element was designed, in terms of geometry and volume, to optimize the assembling procedure and the strength of the vault. the future objective of the work will be to propose the realization of the various elements through blocks in lithic material and realize, in this way, a pierced dome in stonework by form finding process and additive manufacturing.
 

Sapienza Università Di Roma – Dicea

Corso di Laurea Magistrale a c.u. in Ingegneria edile – architettura U.E. with StonENG / Innovation in stone construction systems.

Advanced methods and techniques for the design and processing of stone building elements. The prototypes presented were developed in the design workshop of Architecture and Stone Technology. The subject is the study of building elements that provide adequate levels of performance using the stone material according to a correct balance between architectural language and construction technique. The projects were developed using the most up-to-date methods and techniques of digital design and modelling.
 

Breathing stone. Student: Michele Pascucci, Giulia Bulf, Flavia Della Torre, Matteo Terzani. Production: Balducci Marmi With Filoalfa By Ciceri De Mondel, Mind3d PrintingBreathing stone. Student: Michele Pascucci, Giulia Bulf, Flavia Della Torre, Matteo Terzani. Production: Balducci Marmi With Filoalfa By Ciceri De Mondel, Mind3d PrintingBreathing stone. Student: Michele Pascucci, Giulia Bulf, Flavia Della Torre, Matteo Terzani. Production: Balducci Marmi With Filoalfa By Ciceri De Mondel, Mind3d Printing
Conceived as an evolution of traditional lightweight marble composite panels, the Breathing Stone panel takes advantages of 3D printing to create a highly sustainable building element that can be adapted to any design requirement. The panel creates a ventilated façade by integrating the stone finish with the energy performance of the substrate. The material used for the substrate is recycled and recyclable, with high mechanical strength and weather resistance.
 

Università G. D’annunzio Chieti-Pescara

Dd’A – Dipartimento di Architettura di Pescara
Il giardino del tempo, tra l’oblio e l’eternità. Project Manager: Domenico Potenza With Giulio Girasante And Francesca Bux. Production: Helios Automazioni With Felice Chirò Industria Marmi. Material: Pietra Di Apricena A Spacco Naturale.Il giardino del tempo, tra l’oblio e l’eternità. Project Manager: Domenico Potenza With Giulio Girasante And Francesca Bux. Production: Helios Automazioni With Felice Chirò Industria Marmi. Material: Pietra Di Apricena A Spacco Naturale.
Il giardino del tempo, tra l’oblio e l’eternità. Project Manager: Domenico Potenza With Giulio Girasante And Francesca Bux. Production: Helios Automazioni With Felice Chirò Industria Marmi. Material: Pietra Di Apricena A Spacco Naturale.
Not all stone artifacts, designed and manufactured, are concretely used. The project tries to give them back, proposing them with a new existence; reorganized in a sort of contemporary lapidarium made of scraps, where never dormant meanings are rediscovered.
 

Accademia Di Belle Arti Di Verona

in collaboration with Scuola Tecnica del Marmo – Settore Arte e Automazione, Sant’Ambrogio di Valpolicella, Arab American University – Palestina with the support of Desamanera, Grassi 1880 Cave in the context of DAMN 2020/2021

Arcadia. Project Manager: Sotirios Papadopoulos With Katia Gasparini, Lorenzo Palmeri, Francesca Piccolino Boniforti. Student: Francesco Lasala, Lorenzo Favaron With Alaa Abdalhameed. Production: Scuola Tecnica Del Marmo - Settore Arte E Automazione - Sant’ambrogio Di Valpolicella. Material: Grassi 1880 CaveArcadia. Project Manager: Sotirios Papadopoulos With Katia Gasparini, Lorenzo Palmeri, Francesca Piccolino Boniforti. Student: Francesco Lasala, Lorenzo Favaron With Alaa Abdalhameed. Production: Scuola Tecnica Del Marmo – Settore Arte E Automazione – Sant’ambrogio Di Valpolicella. Material: Grassi 1880 Cave
Realized in two versions – with subtractive and additive technologies – ARCADIA is a furnishing project for private gardens and public parks consisting of 7 self-supporting and modular modules. A model of reurbanization aimed at celebrating a sustainable relationship between human and its time, of which nature, increasingly compromised by intrusive human lifestyles, is the best expression.

(29.12.2021)