Francesca Bagnani

Architect Milan / Italy

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Francesca Bagnani
Francesca was born in Verona in 1989. In 2010 she took a three-year Degree in Architecture at the separated branch of the "Politecnico di Milano" with a thesis in restauration that reached the 3rd place at the 5th edition of the Cesare Mozzarelli Prize. Then she moved to Milano and she graduated in Civil Architecture at the "Politecnico di Milano Bovisa". In 2012 she worked at the “Giulio Natta” Department of Chemistry, Materials and Chemical Engineering to study the chemical properties and the state of preservation of the materials that make up the buildings of the old town of Castiglione Olona. In 2013 she participated in the drafting of “Guida all’architettura di Milano – 1954/2914” publicated from Hoepli Editore in 2014.
She lived and worked in Milano until July 2014 when she returned in Verona and she started to collaborate with Arch. Albino Finotti.
In 2016, after several projects developed with Studio Finotti, she becames associate.
From the second half of 2016 Francesca collaborates also with AGAV (Associazione Giovani Architetti di Verona) following the communication and the organization of formative events.
Francesca Bagnani
Francesca Bagnani
  • Address Piazza Pozza, 7, 37123 Milan | Italy
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Francesca was born in Verona in 1989. In 2010 she took a three-year Degree in Architecture at the separated branch of the "Politecnico di Milano" with a thesis in restauration that reached the 3rd place at the 5th edition of the Cesare Mozzarelli Prize. Then she moved to Milano and she graduated in Civil Architecture at the "Politecnico di Milano Bovisa". In 2012 she worked at the “Giulio Natta” Department of Chemistry, Materials and Chemical Engineering to study the chemical properties and the state of preservation of the materials that make up the buildings of the old town of Castiglione Olona. In 2013 she participated in the drafting of “Guida all’architettura di Milano – 1954/2914” publicated from Hoepli Editore in 2014. She lived and worked in Milano until July 2014 when she returned in Verona and she started to collaborate with Arch. Albino Finotti. In 2016, after several projects developed with Studio Finotti, she becames associate. From the second half of 2016 Francesca collaborates also with AGAV (Associazione Giovani Architetti di Verona) following the communication and the organization of formative events.