Born in 1969, Antonio Belvedere graduated in architecture from the University of Florence. He joined RPBW’s Paris office in 1999, working on phase three of the Fiat Lingotto factory conversion project, particularly on the design of the Polytechnic and the Pinacoteca Agnelli. He was subsequently lead architect on the masterplan for Columbia University’s Manhattanville development in New York. Following promotion to Associate in 2004, he worked on the masterplan for the ex- Falck area in Milan. He became a Partner in 2011. Recently completed projects include the Valletta City Gate in Malta. He is now leading the design of the Bishop Ranch project in California, a Performing Arts Center in India and most recently, the V-A-C cultural project in Moscow. He has lectured widely. Some of his most recent lectures include EASA Links (European Architecture Student Assembly) in Malta, August 2015 and “Stone and Architecture” at SIPPA (Salon International Professionnels du Patrimoine), Arles, France, May 2015.