Stefano Mirti

From IDII Internet site:

Stefano Mirti is an architect who has worked in Italy, Tokyo, Seoul, Bangkok.
From 1998 to 2001, he worked as a post-doctorate researcher at Tokyo University and lectured at Tama Art University (Tokyo). He there designed such unique projects as the policarbonate house and the neon gardens, and initiated Now the Future, a project for a digital image atlas of the world.
While in Italy, he was one of the founders of Cliostraat, a design group of architects, artists and photographers that designed houses, parks, public facilities, sports facilities and temporary exhibition pavilions.
He was three times awarded the prestigious Europan architectural prize (1995, 1997 and 2001) and was the driving force behind the acclaimed Dumia project, an aluminium dome installed on Piazza Reale in Turin during BIG Torino 2002.
Stefano Mirti also taught at his former Department of Architecture in Turin.

Stefano at Interaction Design Institute Ivrea