Matteo BORSETTI

Architect London / United Kingdom

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Matteo BORSETTI
M. B. is a fully qualified Architect, and ARB (Architects Registration Board) and RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) registered.
As a Professionally Qualified Person, he has also met the Health and Safety awareness requirements as laid out in the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) Scheme Booklet and First Aid at work trained by St. John Ambulance.
His experience covers a wide range of projects, both home and international of different sectors, scales, and stages..
Besides his architectural training in Venice at I.U.A.V and Paris at UP6/UP8, he also achieved a Ph.D.E.A in Industrialization of Construction at the University Polytechnic of Madrid (ETSAM) , he worked as a Researcher and attended a Master Course in “Scheduling, planning and designing public healthcare facilities” at the BEST (Building Environment Science & Technology) department of the University Polytechnic of Milan.
He decided in 2010 to move to London to step up his international exposure and to work in possibly the most important architectural environment in the world.
Matteo BORSETTI
Matteo BORSETTI
  • Address 20-22 Wenlock Road London, N1 7GU London | United Kingdom
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M. B. is a fully qualified Architect, and ARB (Architects Registration Board) and RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) registered. As a Professionally Qualified Person, he has also met the Health and Safety awareness requirements as laid out in the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) Scheme Booklet and First Aid at work trained by St. John Ambulance. His experience covers a wide range of projects, both home and international of different sectors, scales, and stages.. Besides his architectural training in Venice at I.U.A.V and Paris at UP6/UP8, he also achieved a Ph.D.E.A in Industrialization of Construction at the University Polytechnic of Madrid (ETSAM) , he worked as a Researcher and attended a Master Course in “Scheduling, planning and designing public healthcare facilities” at the BEST (Building Environment Science & Technology) department of the University Polytechnic of Milan. He decided in 2010 to move to London to step up his international exposure and to work in possibly the most important architectural environment in the world.