Nicola Giardina Papa

Architect Verona / Italy

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Nicola Giardina Papa
He graduated cum laude in 1988 at the IUAV in Venice with a project for a Museum building – Thesis supervisors: Arrigo Rudi – Ferruccio Franzoia After graduating he joined Prof. Rudi’s studio, where he took part in developing important renovation and restoration work to turn buildings with a great historical-artistic value into museums. He was also responsible for the setting up of international-scope cultural and artistic exhibitions. In 1992 he opened his own design studio in Verona, working mainly in the sectors of private residential building, restructuring and interior design. In 2000 he extended his business abroad, into Eastern Europe in particular, with important architectural jobs also in Greece and Bulgaria. Following commissioned work by Italian and foreign companies, he enriched his assignments by investigating the interplay between style, design, communication and coordinated image, ranging from the building envelope to interior design, from fixtures and fittings for corporate showrooms to sales points and trade fair stands. In parallel he developed product design projects with special attention paid to materials and resources made in Italy, including those from the Verona marble and wood districts. He also organised events for experimentation and research in exhibitions on an international level.
Nicola Giardina Papa
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He graduated cum laude in 1988 at the IUAV in Venice with a project for a Museum building – Thesis supervisors: Arrigo Rudi – Ferruccio Franzoia After graduating he joined Prof. Rudi’s studio, where he took part in developing important renovation and restoration work to turn buildings with a great historical-artistic value into museums. He was also responsible for the setting up of international-scope cultural and artistic exhibitions. In 1992 he opened his own design studio in Verona, working mainly in the sectors of private residential building, restructuring and interior design. In 2000 he extended his business abroad, into Eastern Europe in particular, with important architectural jobs also in Greece and Bulgaria. Following commissioned work by Italian and foreign companies, he enriched his assignments by investigating the interplay between style, design, communication and coordinated image, ranging from the building envelope to interior design, from fixtures and fittings for corporate showrooms to sales points and trade fair stands. In parallel he developed product design projects with special attention paid to materials and resources made in Italy, including those from the Verona marble and wood districts. He also organised events for experimentation and research in exhibitions on an international level.