Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Alessandro Guida was born in Turin, Italy, in 1976. Architect by training, he graduated in Turin, where he practices until 2008, when he moved to Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Since then, and after some collaborations with Dutch Architectural offices, he started his own company offering services of 3D visualization and commercial photography in the architectural field. Since 2015 he devoted himself to the creation of personal photography projects, related to architecture and landscape. They have been exhibited and published at the Architecture Festival of Turin (July 2015) and the XV International Venice Architecture Biennale (May-Nov 2016)
Davide Curatola Soprana
Davide was born in Rome, Italy, in 1982. He graduated at La Sapienza’s School of Architecture after attending classes in Rome, Seville and Madrid. From 2011 to 2013 he expands his professional profile studying photography at the Institute of Cinematography R. Rossellini. In 2008 he gets in touch with the interesting history and culture of the Vatican world, working until 2015 as technical collaborator and cameraman at C.T.V. Vatican Television Center, responsible for images production, distribution and the archive of the Holy See's activities. Davide is currently based in Madrid working on the gogue.org personal project, Illustration and Photography Studio for Architecture, Urban Planning and Landscape.
Fabio Oggero was born in Turin, Italy, in 1976. Architect, he graduated in Turin, where he practices until 2007, when he shifted from architecture to industrial design. After a IED master in marketing and some collaborations several design companies, he started his own company offering commercial photography in the architectural, exhibits and industrial design field working for Abet, Marazzi, Mirage, Micro, Ritmonio, Lavazza. Since 2013 he focused his personal research on landscapes and urban photography projects.
Isabella Sassi Farias
Isabella Sassi Farìas was born in Como in 1978, where she currently lives. Due to her family origins she has both Italian and Chilean background and nationality. She studied architecture at the University IUAV in Venice and one year at the FAUP in Porto, where she soon developed an interest in photography, studying with Guido Guidi and Lewis Baltz. She works as an architectural and landscape photographer, focusing primarily on interiors, reuse, product design and exhibitions projects, as well as portraits and still life. Her clients include: La Triennale, Politecnico di Milano, Academy of Architecture in Mendrisio, Archi-Swiss review of architecture, engineering and urban planning, Associazione Villa del Grumello, Consulta Regionale Lombarda degli Ordini degli Architetti and Swatch Retail, Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana. She currently collaborates with magazines, architects and designers in Italy, Switzerland and abroad.
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Viviana has a background in Architecture and a Master degree in urban regeneration. She started her professional life as an architect engaged in social planning and urban regeneration programs at the neighbourhood and city level and coordinator of community-based development projects. Since she moved to The Netherlands, she developed a worldwide network, first at INTA – the Paris-based international urban development association, then at IFHP - the International Federation for Housing and Planning, in Copenhagen. She has organized international exchanges and debates all over Europe, Asia and Latin America, aimed at seeking new understandings of today’s urban processes, questioning urban policies around the world, at the different scales, and benchmarking diverse and composite approaches to city making.
"My interest is to keep challenging the complex urban and territorial developments. I am curious about urban dynamics, co-creation, regeneration, community development processes, new urban concept in search of innovative and resourceful strategies in order to adjust planning instruments and policies accordingly. That is a bit broad but extremely fascinating."