Dedicated V-Ray mentor Filippo Garofalo talks about teaching Chaos and reveals how software can bridge the gap between photography, art, and technology.
Filippo Garofalo is an expert in 3D modeling, printing, and rendering. He is a Lecturer of Design Methodology in the Master's of Interior Design at NABA Milano, of Modeling Techniques for Product Design at IED Milano, of 3D Computer Modeling Techniques and Virtual Architecture at IED Firenze, and at POLI.design in Milan. He is currently the only Italian V-Ray Mentor of the Chaos Academy and a certified Rhinoceros Authorised Teacher and 3ds Max Professional.
STOÀ is an Italian journal published in print every four months. The magazine is conceived as a space to investigate the roots and cultural horizons of contemporary educational projects through an international geography of themes and positions. It focuses on architectural design, its didactics, its methods, and its objectives, collecting some of the most relevant experiences that combine academic research and pedagogical practices, presenting their results, and trying to distill the reasons and highlight the structures and tools inherent in its construction. STOÀ has just launched its sixth issue, Journeys, featuring this interview. Other issues focused on models, drawings, renderings, exercises, and workshops.