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This is a website where almost daily I post immages.

All you can find here are things I done, or I wanted to do, or I would have like to do. Opusmetrico is crasis for Opus Metricum, Edoardo Sanguineti's book that contains Laborintus and Erotopaegnia poems.

Valter Scelsi (cv)

Valter Scelsi

(Genoa, 1964) is an architect and researcher who teaches architectural design at the University of Genoa. From 2002 to 2011 his activity was linked to Sp10, the architectural office he co-founded. In the 2007 Sp10 (with baukuh) received the international award Intraluoghi for the Mineralogical Museum built in Brugnato; in 2009, again with baukuh, it won the competition for the Library of the Chamber of Commerce in Genoa. "Sp10" item is on the Biographic Illustrated Dictionary of the 10th Venice Biennale of Architecture. Sp10 was also active in the fields of museography, exhibition and product design, his work was pubblished by several international magazine, including Abitare, Casabella, D Casa, XXI, Monocle, Wallpaper. In 2003 Scelsi set up AMS (Architecture, Modernity, Sciences), an international cultural association. From 2003 to 2007 he worked on a programme of research into the theme of contemporary life conducted by Edoardo Sanguineti. He is researcher in Architectural and Urban Composition at the Department of Sciences for Architecture (DSA) of the Genoa Polytechnic School. He has taught at the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy in Genoa and the master’s course in Architecture and Archaeology of the Accademia Adrianea, He was lecturer and visiting critic at the IUAV, the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Marseille, the Florida International University, the Academy of Architecture in Mendrisio. In the 2013 he set up the international workshop University of Genoa Summer School. In 2012 he took part in the 13th Venice Biennale of Architecture, contributing to the “San Rocco”‘s Collaborations project. In the 2013 he took part to the San Rocco's Book of Copies exhibition at Architectural Association, London. Author of several essays and critical writings on architecture, he has published articles in a large number of international magazines and web-magazines, including Abitare, Area, Artribune, AT Casa, L'Architettura, Domus, Monograph, San Rocco. Scelsi also conceived and is the editor of the series “Testi di Architettura” published by Sagep. From 2013 he is member of ADI Design Permanent Observatory. As a curator he's planning an anthological exhibition of Superstudio.

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