Luca Biselli is an Italian Designer holding a MSc in Architectural Engineering. Having worked in Italy, UK, Australia and China, he has been involved in a variety of projects characterised by a high degree of innovation, ranging from commercial buildings to underground metro stations, bridges, housing and even scientific stations in Antarctica. He has a particular interest in the exploitation of innovative technologies to explore new forms, often borrowing inspiration from the product design process. Luca currently holds the position of Associate Designer at Sadler Brown Architecture, working also on his own projects, with the aim of investigating advanced use of timber technologies in residential architecture for private clients, through computational design.
Eco-friendly house in Pately Bridge, Yorkshire
This innovative house is the first new dwelling in Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to have won unanimous and uncontested approval from Harrogate Borough Council, under Paragraph 55 of the National Planning Policy Framework. This section allows homes to be built in the country side only under exceptional circumstances. Scope of the presentation is to show the workflow used to develop the 3D documentation for the planning application, starting from loose conceptual hand sketches.
Passive House in Somerset
This new dwelling is an unusual elliptical curved shaped two storey building currently being built in a little valley in Somerset, aiming for Passive House Certification. Scope of the presentation is to show the evolution of two different concepts presented to the Client, characterised by a different level of geometrical complexity.
Image credits: © Luca Biselli