Arian Hakimi Nejad

  Stefano Paiocchi

23 آذر ماه تا 03 دی ماه











 “Code-structed City: Hyperloop LA”

This year, Code-structed program extends its exploration on large scale infrastructure “HyperLoop” in search of geometrical configurations that offer opportunities in terms of spacial qualities, experiences and arrangements relative to a program that is in itself “new and unreferenced”. This will stimulate participants to not to feeling bound by what is known or existing but encouraged to explore on an architectural level new possibilities and propose meaningful ideas for the site and the communities around it. 


Students will study, analyze, decompose, and recompose pre-rationalized components (minimal surfaces) in terms of geometrical involved parameters and at the next stage the focus is placed on types of aggregations and ways to generate intelligent systems that corresponds to the program. 

Arian Hakimi Nejad is an Iranian born Architect and Fashion Designer. Upon receiving his Bachelor of Architecture he entered IaaC [Barcelona] in 2010 and graduated in 2 M.Arch courses, Urban Design & Smart Solar Houses. Immediately after his graduation he started collaborating with ON-A [Barcelona] and started his research & teaching experience. He has conducted over 10 international workshops collaborating with architects, fashion designers, and engineers.


Currently he is working at Zaha Hadid Office in London as an architect, where he conducts practical researches in the fields of Parametric design & Complex geometry rationalization., In particular he has developing various algorithms for generating façade components on a non-constant curvature surfaces for KAFD project, an-award winning metro station in King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh.  

Stefano Paiocchi is an award-winning architect; he graduated with the highest distinctions at the Milan Polytechnic and received a MArch from SCI-Arc in Los Angeles.

Immediately after that he started a close collaboration with Neil Denari and his office in Los Angeles and worked on a wide range of built and un-built projects, amongst which as designer and project architect for HL23 an award winning hi-end residential tower in West Chelsea, NY.  He became Director of their New York office.

He also collaborated with Diller Scofidio + Renfro in NYC before joining Zaha Hadid Architects in 2013.

He is passionate about the built environment and the phenomena that shape it.

Stefano held teaching collaboration position at Pratt in Brooklyn and was a guest lecturer and critic at Cornell and Harvard University.

In his spare time, he likes to compete in long distance running


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