ecosistema is a design studio founded in 2010. It specializes in sustainable architecture and makes use of international partners including Arup, a leading company for sustainability, and Treedom, a platform for the reforestation of natural areas.
Mario Coppola is an architect and teacher of Architectural Composition at the Federico II University. In 2008 he graduated with honors in architecture from DiARC, later completed a master’s in sustainable design at the Milan Polytechnic and worked in Zaha Hadid’s studio in London on numerous projects in different periods. In 2010 he returned to Naples, where he obtained his PhD in composition with a thesis on contemporary architecture read from the perspective of complexity by Edgar Morin, according to whom this work “opens up new perspectives”. On these issues he publishes essays (including La linea della complessità, 2015, La maniera biomimetica, 2017, D Editore), teaches and lectures in numerous universities (Architectural Association of London, Politecnico di Milano, IUAV, NABA, Accademia di Siracusa) and is a speaker at international conferences. In 2017 he inaugurates the personal exhibition of sculptures Cosmogonie at the Plart museum of Naples, publishes the autobiographical novel In cima al mondo, in fondo al cuore (Giunti Editore) and, in the same year, his manifesto of posthuman architecture comes out on Domus. In 2018 his work is exhibited at the Triennale di Milano.
Chiara Pisapia is an architect and computational designer. Always interested in sustainable design, she graduated in 2018 with honors from the DiARC in Naples with an experimental thesis in parametric design and specialized in architectural visualization.
Ludovico Fariello is a civil engineer. He graduated with honors from the University of Naples Federico II in 2011 and specializes in the design of HVAC systems and energy upgrades thanks to the collaboration with the Federico II Technical Office. Since 2014 he has been teaching in collaboration with DETEC Federico II in the course of “Air Conditioning Systems” for students of Mechanical Engineering.
Francesco Taglialatela is a structural engineer. He graduated with honors in 2001 from the Second University of Naples, worked in various engineering companies (AudingIntraesa, TunnelConsult) participating in the design of infrastructures in various countries. He worked, among other things, at the New EAV station of Monte S. Angelo with Anish Kapoor.
Alfredo Passaro is a civil engineer. Graduated at Federico II, he is responsible for accounting and estimates in the procurement and tenders sector. He has been involved in the design and management of the works of public works, quality and adequate internal systems.