Emanuele Piccardo is an architect, photographer, filmmaker, and curator. In 2002, he founded the architecture magazine In 2011 he founded the magazine archphoto 2.0, the printed upgraded version of, part of the project Archizines curated by Elias Redstone. Since 2005 Piccardo has curated architectural research about the Superarchitettura, most recently the exhibition Radical City in Turin (2012). As a photographer and filmmaker he has exhibited in the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris; the MAXXI Museum, Rome; and the Milan Triennale. His documentary films include Fango about the flooding in Italy (2012; Award of Excellence, Los Angeles Movie Award) and Lettera22 about the entrepreneur Adriano Olivetti (2009, Award of Best Architecture Film, International Asolo Art Film Festival, Official selection Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam). He lectured at Princeton University, Pratt Institute, IUAV,and the Politecnico di Milano. In 2013 He won the Graham Foundation Award.

Amit Wolf is an architect, a writer and a curator. His atelier is dedicated to developing varied commercial and residential projects in the Los Angeles area. He has curated several exhibitions and events collaboratively in Los Angeles. He is currently working on the Casa dei Robot pavilion at the 2014 Venice Biennale. Wolf teaches courses in architecture history and theory at SCI-Arc. He previously taught at Otis, Woodbury University, and UCLA. Wolf is the recipient of the 2007 Clinton Webb Award, the 2012 California Interdisciplinary Consortium of Italian Studies Award, and the 2013 Graham Foundation Award. Wolf’s publications have to date focused on the areas of Italian experimentalist practice as well as on theoretical issues in contemporary architecture. His Fabrication and Fabrication (2014) explores computational advances in the field. Wolf received his Master of Architecture degree from the Politecnico di Milano in 2001. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in the History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture and Art from UCLA in 2012.