After graduating from the Faculty of Architecture of the Milan Polytechnic 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 studio of arch. K.T. Brenner, following competitions, projects and realizations, including, as Project Manager, the construction of the Block 109 tertiary building on Friedrichstrasse. In 1996, after a short collaboration with the architect Dante Benini’s studio, he founded PRR Architetti with Sara Pivetta and Stefania Restelli, today with offices in Milan and Saronno. With PRR Architetti he works in both the public and private sectors, developing projects in Italy and abroad on an architectural and urban scale, informed by great attention to the issues of economic sustainability, the durability of materials and technical simplification. In PRR Architetti he personally follows the development, management and implementation of the studio’s projects; he was Local Architect for the construction of the Israel Pavilion in Expo Milano 2015. As artistic director of companies in the construction sector, he has developed new lines of micro-buildings and prefabricated reinforced concrete components. Since 2010 he has been involved in the institutional activities of the Order of Architects of Milan, where he is currently a Secretary Councilor.
they have been part of PRR from 1992 to today
Francesca Alberti, Marina Alessi, Paolo Alleva, Ilaria Angioni, Annalisa Banfi, Alfredo Barba, Francesca Borroni, Eugenia Briganti, Luciana Buffoni, Federica Calò, Stefano Cantoia, Giovannino Casu, Oriana Gallazzi, Sonia Galli, Giulia Gatti, Livia Costa Grossi, Gianluca Larroux, Roberta Laura, Giovanni Lazzati, Ilaria Lelii, Marco Mantegazza, Manolo Moioli, Valeria Natali, Sara Pasqualetto, Laura Podda, Giovanna Polleri, Elisa Porro, Luigi Serio, Elisa Strippoli, Cecilia Zanzi.
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