SCI-Arc Congratulates Andrea Cadioli and Eugenio Superchi, Winners of the 2016 European Union Scholarship
SCI-Arc is thrilled to announce the recipients of the school’s first European Union scholarship. Winners Andrea Cadioli and Eugenio Superchi will have their tuition in the 2-year Master of Architecture program fully funded by the school.
"As an institution we believe that supporting talented creative individuals will be the foundation on which we will build the next generation of architects,” said Graduate Program Chair Elena Manferdini. “The EU scholarship is a tangible sign that we want to invest in this global future and that we foster the potential in younger generations to achieve great things.”
Andrea Cadioli is a designer and architect operating in the field of applied and theoretical arts. Born in Italy, Cadioli worked as a musician and tv presenter for EMI and MTV before moving to Beijing to complete his master studies with a dual degree program in partnership with Polytechnic of Turin and Tsinghua University. He is currently practicing at Plasma Studio under the guide of Eva Castro, former director of the AA Landscape Urbanism course, and previously he worked for Graft Architects and Sou Fujimoto.
Born in Reggio Emilia in Northern Italy, Eugenio Superchi received his bachelor degree in Science of Architecture. During his three years at University, Superchi also participated in several workshops including 'Metabolism of a city' (NYiT), Porto Academy (FAUP), Design in Town (Sicily) and Milan International Design Week (POLIMI).
SCI-Arc European Union 2016 Scholarship covers 100% of the tuition fees for the Master of Architecture- M.Arch 2 (two year) program, for a citizen of the European Union with a recent architecture degree. View more SCI-Arc scholarships here.