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Arianna Nobile

Arianna Nobile
Arianna Nobile
modellando le idee con i plastici
Picture by Antonio Barrella
Arianna Nobile
Arianna Nobile

Arianna Noble was born in Rome in 1980, and after graduating in architecture worked at King Roselli architects. Her creative view of the world has allowed her to explore and experiment in fields other than architecture and to carry out several important projects. Important because they involve shared ideas and experiences. Together with fellow faculty members Daniele Marcotulli, Gabriel Nariño and Giorgio Marchese, whom she met on an Erasmus, she founded km0architetti: a working group which pays particular attention to sustainability, the environment and the integration of projects in their surrounding context.

In 2013, together with the same companions, she created Corte, a co-working space in which you not only share the room, tables, shelves and computers, but also work and create together. Together with other professionals too: graphic designers and other architects, anthropologists and communication experts. Its members, or the unit that they make up, move between the neighbouring realms of architecture, design, communication, visual arts and cultural services. They are between 33 and 40 and are Roman, Sicilian and, in Gabriel's case, Colombian. Their strength is their transversal nature, which, Arianna says, can be hard work but extremely satisfying, and they develop integrated projects, tackling every aspect of them. Like, for example, VERO Food, the restaurant chain for which Corte has dealt with every detail, from the branding to the strategy, communication, architecture and furniture.

Situated in Piazza Dante, behind Piazza Vittorio, Corte is a charming, welcoming space that is often open to the public during exhibitions or other events. Corte's biggest success so far, according to Arianna, was winning the Yap Maxxi 2015, the program of promotion and support for young architecture created by the MoMA in New York and then arriving at the Constructo in Santiago del Chile, the Istanbul Modern and the Seoul National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.


The story of Arianna Nobile has been written by Paola Soriga, writer.

 

- PLACES AND WORKS -
Picture by Vincenzo Labbellarte
Lo trovi qui: Piazza Dante, 3 - 00185 Rome
Lo trovi qui: Piazza Dante, 3 - 00185 Rome