Caterina Tiazzoldi / Nuova Ordentra is an award winning interdisciplinary design practice recognized for its work in architecture, landscape design, furniture design and strategic thinking.
Caterina Tiazzoldi / Nuova Ordentra is a cluster based design studio which collaborative network includes urban planners; structural engineers, environmental engineers and mechanical engineers, interaction designers, graphic designers and scientists. Caterina Tiazzoldi’s work is characterized by the strong interaction between professional practice and the research she develops as director of the research lab NSU at Columbia University.
Nominated at the 2012 of the Cooper Hewitt Museum National Design Award in 2012, Caterina Tiazzoldi won the Price Architetture Rivelate with the Project Toolbox in 2012, and in 2010, was finalist for the Renzo Piano Award for a Young Italian Talent. She has been invited to present her work as honor guest to several international events and museums across the globe such as Minimaousse 4 at the museum Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine in Paris (2011), Honour Guest at Salone Satellite with Columbia University (2011), Architecture and Design Film Festival Tribeca with Onion Pinch (2010), Experimenta Design Lisbon (2009), Made Expo (2010), Torino World Design Capital (2008), Young Talent Selection Temporary Museum for New Design (2009)). Her work as been widely published in the most important books and magazines.
Caterina Tiazzoldi teaches at the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation at Columbia University in New York and various university in Europe and Nord America.
Caterina Tiazzoldi / Nuova Ordentra clients include: property developers, publicly limited companies, wealth funds, local authorities, charitable trusts, a school, a hospital, a coffee company, landed estates, hotels, museums and private individuals.