Adrien RigobelloRoyal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation · CITA
MEng - MSc - MArts
Ph.D. candidate for Fungal Architectures H2020, VP-founder of thr34d5 NGO design studio.
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Citations since 2017
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Design researcher specialised in fermentation, eco-social design and aesthetics. Researching post-industrial design for socio-environmental restoration, with a focus on locality, seasonality, and community autonomy.
December 2019 - March 2020
- PhD Student
- Ph.D. candidate in the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA) for Fungal Architectures H2020 FET EU funding (FUNGAR).
January 2019 - present
September 2018 - July 2019
September 2014 - June 2016
Field of study
- Prospective, Innovation, Strategy, Organization
Mycelium-based composites (MBC) can be designed utilising a wide range of lignocellulosic substrates and widely distributed versatile ligninolytic fungi. While a wide range of mechanical behaviour has already been reported in the past 15 years, showing potential to obtain viable products for a variety of uses; no systematic description of the engin...
The design research presented in this paper grounds itself in a tradition of seeking new architectural form from the affordances and proclivities of new materials. We report on the developmental stages of a construction concept that involves the growing of mycelium-based composites within stay-in-place scaffolds produced using Kagome weaving techni...
The increasing experimental investigations of Mycelium-Based Composites (MBC) in design and architecture necessitate efforts from pedagogues to find ways to transmit knowledge and support regarding the guiding principles of mycology so as to empower students in their investigations and study. The adoption of MBC craft in arts and applied arts offer...
Mycelium based composites (MBC) exhibit many properties that make them promising alternatives for less sustainable materials. However, there is no unified approach to their testing. We hypothesise that the two-phase particulate composite model and use of ASTM D1037 could provide a basis for systematisation. An experimental series of MBC were produc...
Mycelium-based composites (MBC) are a promising class of relatively novel materials that leverage mycelium colonisation of substrates. Being predicated on biological growth, rather than extraction based material sourcing from the geosphere, MBC are garnering attention as potential alternatives for certain fossil-based materials. In addition, their...
Mycelium Based Composites (MBC) exhibit many properties that make them promising alternatives for less sustainable materials. However, there is no unified approach to their testing. We hypothesise that the two-phase particulate composite model and use of ASTM D1037 could provide a basis for systematisation. An experimental series of MBC were produc...
Numerous researches dedicated to the gross exist in psychology, focusing notably on the sense of otherness behind this reaction of disgust and fascination. Furthermore, many grotesque works of art have been achieved, in particular in the XXth and XXIth centuries, in attempts to challenge prevailing social and moral models. Contemporary design pract...
From the 1950s on, the informational paradigm revived ecological holism and supported a vision of total inference. The practical implementation of the novel communication technologies at the time made possible the globalisation of the economy. The latter was a cornerstone of unprecedented economic growth and welfare, but by globalising the resource...
Fab City aims at fostering the social resilience of urban areas by structuring networks of Fab Labs and third-places. This research paper reviews the ontology of this initiative and provides with an understanding of the articulation between networks of interests and communities of values so to enhance Fab City's potential for territorial resilience...