We use our multi-disciplinary know-how to explore contemporary society and understand how progress can improve it. Our goal is not technological innovation per se, but human advancements: we want to enhance human life and work, helping people to - better – face future challenges. To do this, we use “horizontal expertise” to contaminate different “worlds” and develop innovative projects: we use coding to inform shapes and minimize production waste; we use biology to produce green-energy systems; we use microorganisms to make interactive living paintings.
We apply an innovation-driven design method boosted by scientific and technological advancements to develop our projects, which range from public buildings, to product design items, to art installations.
We act invisible, without highlighting our intervention nor our presence.
We are "interferences" within already-consolidated processes, and we generate positive contaminations between art, craftsmanship, design, IT and science.
Matteo Silverio is a trained architect interested in exploring the potentialities given by scientific and technologic innovations in the design process, through a modern and multi-disciplinary approach that involves digital and fabrication tools.
During his professional career, he has collaborated with several international renewed offices, performing a lead design and project management role on various innovative projects, winning several international design competitions.
Many of his projects have been published in magazines, books, and exposed in prestigious museum or institutions such as the Mint Gallery, the Saatchi Gallery or the Corning Museum of Glass, among others.
Beyond his professional career, Matteo promotes teaching and researching activities. Therefore, he is currently lectuer at the Academy of Fine arts of Rovereto, the Istituto Europeo di Design in Venice and the University IUAV of Venice, where he teaches advanced 3D modelling and computational design.
Touch Me. Selected for the Glass Review 41 by Corning Museum of Glass New York
Serapè. Selected for the "NEW GLASS NOW" exhibition, Corning Museum of Glass New York
Serapè. Selected for the Glass Review 40 by Corning Museum of Glass New York
Lume. Selected the “COLLECT”, exhibition, Saatchi Gallery London
Precious Caps. Selected for the ADI Design Index 2018
Lume. Selected for the “TRANSFORM" exhibition, Mint Gallery London
Maga. Selected for the Glass Review 39 by Corning Museum of Glass New York
Lume. Premio Rolando Segalin per l'artigianato, 1st Prize
Remembrane. Innovative Building Award, 1st Prize and exposed at Future area - Construmat faire, Barcelona
Remembrane. Presented at the 17th International CAAD Futures Conference, Istanbul
The house of knowledge. international design competition for the Copenhagen public Library Finalist, 2nd Prize