PROJECT AS RESEARCH
The research and the professional activity of the studio materialise through a meticulous and rigorous work on the form and its underlying languages,
capable of expressing technological, functional and performance contents through coherent and poetic writings. Research on the architectural language is accompanied by the ability to control the project in all its phases.
The cultural and professional setting of our work facilitates the dialogue with all the interested parties and with the bodies responsible for authorisations.
A SYSTEMIC AND INTEGRATED VISION
For us, Architecture moves from the cultured reworking of the complexity of our age, where the project is a synthesis of form, structure and performance, in a systemic approach to the complex dynamics that characterise it.
In this sense we investigate the relationship of the project with the relevant environmental, social and cultural context, and the relationship between the initial investment and the resulting impact, throughout the life cycle of the project.
The development of projects is characterised by an analytical approach, aimed at evaluating, from the very conception and feasibility phase, the various project alternatives and the related costs and benefits, in an integrated vision that checks for consistency between Architecture, Structures, MEP, Sustainability and Costs, to ensure a project that meets the highest qualitative, environmental and economic inputs, transforming constraints into opportunities.
A CUTTING-EDGE DESIGN APPROACH
In our research, the design language and new technologies meet to give life to unique solutions that arise from transversal collaborations.
We combine highly creative design with numerical inputs to create high-performance architectures, with a rigorous and innovative approach, combining uniqueness and constructive rationalisation.
Thanks to the use of advanced 3D and parametric design tools, and the BIM method on the Revit platform, we aim to control the project in all its phases, experimenting with new languages and performances, and collaborating with companies in developing innovative and sustainable technologies and materials, paying close attention to the cost-benefits and life cycle of the components used.