Exhibitors 2016


Roma in 3D
Roma in 3D

Roma in 3D

The project involves the construction of a plastic covering the whole metropolitan area of ​​Rome in 1: 2000 scale. At Maker Faire Rome will be brought the first item, the Olympic area, where there are the largest independent morfotipologie city. The plastic size is 1 meter x 1 meter and stretches from Monte Mario to Corso Francia and the ring road east to the former barracks on Via Guido Reni. Everything is made of plywood planks milled to make visible the Tevere and buildings are printed in 3D.
Italy


Roma in 3D

Davide Tranchina

Davide Tranchina was born in Rome in 02.09.1993, in 2007 he enrolled at the high school "Giovanni Boaga" where he graduated as a surveyor, during these years he learned the art of three-dimensional modeling both digital practice to such an extent that produces a series of classical guitars and small items of furniture. In 2012 he enrolled in the Faculty of Architecture of the University "La Sapienza" where he is currently writing and performing collaborations with various freelance (surveyors and architects) and with Cesma. In May of 2014 after the purchase of a 3D printer (Witbox), start a partnership to supply advertising with the company "Tranchina and Sons Srl" and in the October of 2014 started a 3D printing service answering at the name of Trediroma, currently in operation.In 2016 he enrolled in the competition Solar Decathlon Middle East along with the Sapienza Univerisy, international competition, where you compete to build the house of the future, eco-friendly and fully accessible.In June 2016 he was invited to Maker Foggia, where he explains the characteristics of the importance of 3D printing


  C1 (pav. 7) - SMart Lab
 2016

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