Stefano Rigoni was born in Milan in 1965 and in 1992 graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan. In 1992, he moved to Berlin where, for three years, he worked in KT Brenner’s architectural firm as chief designer in the domain of architecture and town planning. In 1995, together with Pivetta and Restelli, he established PRR. After graduating from the Faculty of Architecture of the Politecnico di Milano with a social housing project in the historic center of Lima, Peru, from 1992 to 1995 he moved to Berlin, where he worked at the arch. K.T. Brenner, following competitions, projects and achievements, including, as Project Manager, the construction of the Block 109 commercial building on Friedrichstrasse.Since 1996, at the end of a brief collaboration with the architect Dante Benini’s studio in Milan, he founded, with Sara Pivetta and Stefania Restelli, the PRR Architetti studio, today based in Saronno and on average composed of eight full-time people .He works in both public and private sectors, developing projects on an architectural and urban scale.In his professional activity he pays particular attention to the issues of economic sustainability, the durability of materials and technical simplification, always taking into account the logic of the market, the limitation of resources and social compatibility.Complying with the competences initially developed in Germany, within PRR Architects it assumes in most cases the role of works director, personally following the management and implementation of the study projects.
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