Campomarzio

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Campomarzio
Campomarzio is an architectural collective practice which merges practical and theoretical expertise within the fields of architecture, urbanism, research, and visual communication, to develop projects and strategies for public and private clients.
Founded in 2012 Campomarzio is run by five partners: Pietro V. Ambrosini, Michele Andreatta, Alessandro Busana, Daniele Cappelletti and Enrico Lunelli. The collective counts on the collaboration with the philosopher and sociologist Teresa Pedretti. The plurality of its founders and the different international academic and professional experiences allow Campomarzio to develop a careful and meticulous design and research activity, with the aim to combine innovation and history.
Campomarzio partecipates to national and international competitions and follows project for public and private clients in Italy and abroad.
Campomarzio took part to the 14th and the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale and it was awarded with NIB price, New Italian Blood 2014, reserved to the 10 best emerging architecture offices of Italy. Campomarzio has collaborated with the University of Studies of Trento, IUAV University of Venice and Massachusetts Institute of Technology of Boston and has published theoretical researches on San Rocco magazine. Furthermore Campomarzio works on its own initiative on researches, projects and visions regarding city and society with a constant critical approach toward contemporary urban space and condition, proposing a methodology of work based on inclusion and collaboration and promoting a constant debate on contemporary architecture.
Campomarzio
Campomarzio

Campomarzio is an architectural collective practice which merges practical and theoretical expertise within the fields of architecture, urbanism, research, and visual communication, to develop projects and strategies for public and private clients. Founded in 2012 Campomarzio is run by five partners: Pietro V. Ambrosini, Michele Andreatta, Alessandro Busana, Daniele Cappelletti and Enrico Lunelli. The collective counts on the collaboration with the philosopher and sociologist Teresa Pedretti....

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