Alessandro Scandurra established Scandurra Studio Architettura – SSA in Milan in 2001. Working in Italy and abroad, he designed the corporate headquarters of Philips Italia and Zurich Insurance Italia, the first Smart District in Italy, stores, and hotels. He also rennovated historical buildings. He is the artistic director of several companies.
He is the curator of Palladio Museum, he was the scientific director of Fondazione Portaluppi and he is member of the landscape commitee of the Municipality of Milan.
He received nominations and mentions for awards such as Medaglia d’Oro, the Mies Van Der Rohe award and the Compasso d’Oro.
He takes part to the international debate by holding conferences in different countries. He participated at the Venice Architecture Biennale and at the Milan Triennale.
Besides his career as a designer, he also teaches and has written numerous essays and other publications. He is the author of the book “Juan Navarro Baldeweg, Umberto Riva, Carlo Scarpa and the origin of things”.
From 2004 to 2007, he has been teaching at the Politecnico di Milano, and since 2005, he is visiting professor at the SUPSI University School in Lugano, Switzerland.