Eugenio Mangi

Architect Tianjin / China

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Eugenio Mangi
Eugenio Mangi
  • Address Room 1301, Longtong Building, 4 Guizhou Road, Heping District, 300051 Tianjin | China
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Since the early years of his university education Eugenio Mangi has been involved in cultural activities andresearches on urba n, architecture and interior design. From 2003 to 2005 he has been charter member and president of the student cultural association SegniDsegni, oriented to promote the architectural design culture within the Faculty of Architecture of Parma [Italy]. In Dicember 2006 he graduated at the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Parma with a thesis on the urban structure of Barcelona [Spain]. From 2006 to 2008 he cooperated with Estudi Alfa Arquitectes Associats, an offi ce based in Barcelona, developing achitecture and interior design projects focused on education and healthcare fields. Since 2007 he is charter member of Parma Urban Center, a cultural association involved in reserach activities about Italian and European architectural contexts. Since 2009 he is Research Fellow in Architectural design within the Department of Engineering and Architecture of the University of Parma, cooperating with the design units of the Professors Dario Costi and Andrea Oliva. In 2012 he obtained the Ph. D. degree in Architectural Design at the University of Palermo [Italy] in collaboration with the Barcelona School of Architecture. The Ph. D. research, developed between Italy and Spain, regarded the works of Oriol Bohigas, one of the most important architects for the Western culture after the II world war. From May 2012 he works as interior designer at JAO Design International, an architecture office based in Beijing, China, developing hospitality and retail projects. Since January 2014 he collaborates with the firm DRAFTARCH developing various scale projects in Italy and China, ranging from product design to architecture and masterplanning. Through this new experience he is exploring the potential of the mix between Western design concepts and Chinese culture.