Marco Vanucci Opensystems Designer Profile
Marco Vanucci Opensystems is the award-winning designer of the Dice Retail Display.
Marco Vanucci Opensystems

MARCO VANUCCI is founding director of OPENSYSTEMS Architecture. He studied architecture in Italy and in the UK where he graduated from the Architectural Association in 2004. He then worked for Zaha Hadid Architects where, among other projects, he was part of the design team for the new London Aquatic Centre for the Olympics 2012 and the Chanel Pavilion. He worked with AKTII Part Team where he found the opportunity to develop his interest for organizational and performative systems and the middle ground between architecture and engineering. At AKTII he was a member of the Parametric Applied Research Team ( ©) and worked on many seminal projects at the intersection of computational design, engineering and fabrication. Among them, he worked on the development and fabrication of the UK Pavilion for the 2010 Shanghai Expo, the Coca Cola pavilion for London 2012 and the Sheik Zayed National Museum in Abu Dhabi. Marco is currently Unit Master at the Architectural Association (Intermediate Unit 7) in London. He also taught Architectural Technology at KTH in Stockholm. Marco has taken part to several conferences and symposia ( Venice Biennale, Acadia2008, etc.) and has given lectures worldwide. His works have been featured in several international exhibitions in Europe and North America and he is a regular Guest Critic at the Architectural Association, Bartlett School, Columbia University, KTH Stockholm, Harvard GSD, ESA Paris and IAAC.

Marco Vanucci Opensystems
Dice Retail Display