Cities: TORINO
Countries: ITALY
Born in 1967 in Turin, where he lives and works, Doctor in Sciences at the École Polytechnique Fédérale of Lausanne (Federal Polytechnic of Lausanne), visiting professor at the Politecnico di Torino (Turin Polytechnic), past member AIA and ADI, he was artistic director of the renovation of Turin’s Porta Nuova station. His main architectural works include the Collegio Universitario Einaudi – San Paolo, Crocetta and Po sections (LEED Gold certified), Turin; the Second Faculty of Medicine and Surgery and the Cavalieri Ottolenghi Foundation (with L. Luciani) at Orbassano, the New Courthouse of Bergamo (with A. Isola), and the Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale (Livestock preventive medicine research institute) of Lodi (with Icis) He was responsible for coordinating the project to restore the Bela Rosin Mausoleum in Turin (with Gabetti & Isola and the Art Museum of the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo (with A. Isola), the environmental redevelopment of Corso Galileo Ferraris in Turin and the humanisation of the surgery department of the Ivera Hospital (with Icis). He is currently director in charge of the renovation of the Aosta Regional facility of ISIP. In Turin in 2007 he was in charge of the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Foundation Seminar Il Muro/ The Wall. Dal muro all’infinito... (From wall to infinity...); in 2008 he was a speaker at the XXIII UIA World Congress of Architecture. In 2010 he participated in Culture_Nature, a side-event along-side the Architecture Biennale event in Venice. He has curated exhibitions, conventions and publications dedicated to modern alpine architecture. He published the monography Luca Moretto. L’architettura della formazione (Educational Architecture) in 2006, edited by Marsilio. He is co-author, together with Aimaro Isola, of the volumes entitled Corrispondenze con il paesaggio lombardo, Aión, Florence 2008 and La Pinacoteca dell’Accademia Carrara di Bergamo, Aión Florence 2013. Shortlisted The Plan Award 2015.
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