After his degree in Civil Architecture in 2009, Piermattia has been working with Arch. Prof. Maria Grazia Folli on several housing contests. In November 2010 he moved to Tokyo and started working for Kengo Kuma Associates, there he had the possibility to work on a different range of projects, such as the competition for the new Dramatic Arts Academy Ernst Bush of Berlin and the new MCBA in Lausanne. In 2011 he started an active collaboration with Studio Giunchi in Milan and since 2008 he is tutoring at Politecnico di Milano.
Stefano started his collaboration with Arch. Lucia Paci and Arch. Camillo Magni from Operastudio Architects after his graduation in 2009. With Operastudio he had the possibility to work on a wide range of national and international projects; in 2010 he participated with them at the competition “A house for Luanda: Patio & Pavilion”, the project has been selected for the second phase of the competition and exposed at Lisbon Architecture Triennial. In the same year with a project team that included architects, engineers and sociologists he won the first prize at the competition “Repensar Bonpastor - Barcelona”. In 2011 Stefano collaborated with Studio Boeri Architects in Milan on the design of the master plan for the D4 District in Skolkovo (Russia). Since 2008 he is tutoring at Politecnico di Milano.
Graduated in Civil Architecture in 2009, Alessandro is collaborating since 2005 with Studio Mariani in Villasanta participating in a wide range of projects and gaining first rate experience as project manager and site director. In 2007 he started his academic career tutoring at the Politecnico di Milano and since 2011 he is teaching Statics and Structures at the Civil Architecture Faculty. He is currently part of a team involved in the evaluation of earthquake damages on historical buildings in different part of Italy affected by major earthquakes in the past years. Alessandro is also a chartered surveyor for the EU Energy Certification Performance of Buildings.
Claire Nollet, Lisa Zoia, Maria Zaghi, Marco Briscese, Beatrice Andina, Adèle Gilson, Giovanna Tavecchi, Giacomo Pirotta, Matteo Mazzucchi, Enes Ismailati, Cristian Tiberiu Porumbel, Nicolò Crippa, Filip Durikovic, Paolo Ceresatto