Marco Brandolisio was born on October 4, 1957 in Trieste, Italy.
He was awarded a degree in architecture in March 1987 from the Polytechnic Institute in Milan.
In 1988, he began working with Prof. Aldo Rossi with whom he has participated in numerous projects and competitions; in the years M. Brandolisio has overseen many important projects for the Aldo Rossi studio both in Italy and abroad.
Parallelly to practice the profession of an architect he has developed the teaching activities at the university; he taught in 1997 at the I.U.A.V. in Venice and he was in charged professor in Architectural Composition at the Faculty of Civil Architecture in the Polytechnic Institute in Milan until 2006/07.
He has also lectured by invitation at various universities in Italy and abroad, has participated in meetings and study seminars, and his writings and project have been published in numerous books and magazines on architecture.
M. Brandolisio has expanded his study of architectural and urban planning/composition through competitions and professional practice with peculiar reference to the design of public buildings.
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Giovanni da Pozzo
Giovanni da Pozzo was born on December 23, 1959 in Milan and in 1983, he was awarded a degree in architecture from the Polytechnic Institute in Milan.
In 1983, G. da Pozzo also began working with Aldo Rossi, with whom he has participated in numerous projects both in Italy and abroad. G. da Pozzo has overseen important projects for the Aldo Rossi studio and among many projects; he subscribed the competition for reconstructing the La Fenice Theatre in Venice (1997).
In 1998, while working on behalf of the Aldorossi S.r.l. company, G. da Pozzo was placed in charge of technical coordination, and architectural design for a competition for a new university centre on the Bovisa campus at the Polytechnic Institute in Milan. (3°prize and special award)
In 1992 he began the collaboration as designer and art-director with Arte S.r.l. regarding industrial design expecially in the realization of sitting system for office.
G. da Pozzo has held lectures and conferences at several universities and international conventions, and his projects have been published in books and magazines on architecture.
Inside Studio Arassociati its precise interest is turned to the themes of the architectural planning of housing and the habitability of the buildings, developing besides a significant experience in the field of the hospitality and the retail buidings.
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Massimo Scheurer was born in Bellinzona (Ticino Canton, Switzerland) on January 23, 1959.
He became an architectural technician in 1980, having earned a diploma from the Lugano-Trevano technical high school.
In 1990, M. Scheurer was awarded a degree from the University School of Architecture in Venice.
Since 1982, M. Scheurer began working with Aldo Rossi, with whom he has participated in numerous projects both in Italy and abroad. He has overseen important projects for the Aldo Rossi studio and among many of them; he has subscribed the competition for reconstructing La Fenice Theatre in Venice (1997).
Since 1986 he was engaged as scenographic director at Teatro Arsenale in Milan.
M. Scheurer specialises in the field of urban architectural design. His efforts particularly emphasise the relationship between composition and representation. He is also interested in the technological and construction properties of the materials used in architectural projects.
M. Scheurer has further developed these themes in public buildings such as museums, theatres and convention centres, and has discussed them in lectures at several universities national and abroad. His writings and projects have been published in numerous architectural magazines.
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