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João Ferreira Nunes was born in Lisbon in 1960. Graduated in Landscape Architecture at the Superior Institute of Agronomy at the Universidade Técnica in Lisbon, he read for a Master in Landscape Architecture at the Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Catalonia. He is the founder of the Landscape Architecture Studio PROAP, where he works as a designer. Lecturer at the Institute where he graduated, he extends his didactic activity as a lecturer at seminars at schools, such as GSD, Harvard, University of Girona, Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura de Barcelona, University Institute of Architecture in Venice and Polytechnic University of Milan.
In 1990, Gianni Rigo transferred the base of his business, launched in 1977, to Scorzè, a town in the Venetian hinterland where he was born and close to where he lives. The studio, a refurbished 50s building, is located off the bustling centre by means of an oasis of greenery and water. The same collaborators as always work for him in the studio, who are flanked by specialists and consultants in other areas whom with synergic collaborations are launched so as to optimise the architectural result. Since 2006, his daughter Carlotta, an architect, has become an integral part of the organisation.
OXADLAB was founded in 2009 by designer Francesco Galante and architect Alessandro Fiamengo.
The studio derives from the need to combine a variety of professional experiences in a single space; architecture, art and design coexist and contaminate each other in order to create new objects, adaptive and modifiable products to meet different needs, new architectural and housing solutions that bring the relationship between man and nature, innovation and tradition to the forefront.
Pamio Design was founded in 2000 as an operating cell alongside the Studio of Architecture Roberto Pamio and soon after two new professionals, Matteo and Paolo Pamio. The bases were developed by Roberto Pamio who works intensely internationally both in architecture as well as design.
His creative sensibility led him to approach industrial design at a very young age, developing his own personal interpretation and found full expression in lighting and interior decor.
Knowledge of the subject and careful attention to detail that distinguishes his design objects has also been reflected in the realisation of architectural projects, for perfect fusion and synergy between space and furniture requirements.
CZ Studio associati was founded in 2006 by Paolo Ceccon and Laura Zampieri to carry out projects and research on architecture and landscape. Currently, the studio works on projects and achievements involving the transformation of complex urban spaces, parks and public and private spaces, architectural and landscape projects for infrastructure, mobility and environmental resource management.
They are present internationally and have been granted awards such as: finalists at the II and V European Award on Landscape Rosa Barba, Biennal del Pajsatge de Barcelona (2001, 2008) and the “Medaglia d’Oro per l’Architettura italiana” award, Triennale di Milano (2012). In 2013, their projects received the Architecture Honor Award, The American Institute of Architects – AIA New York Chapter (USA) and the Provincial Award of the Biennale di Architettura Barbara Cappochin. They teach at the IUAV University of Venice, at the Master de Arquitectura del Paisaje at the UPC in Barcelona and ACMA in Milan. Among the recent works: Parco di Catene in Venice, Squares of Padua Station, Pavilions at Padua Station, swimming pools and open areas Jesolo Lido Condominium Building, private park and villa in Mantua.
ALFONSO CENDRON graduated at the IUAV in 1986 where he has been teaching and research, he has collaborated with Gregotti Associati in Milan and has been consultant of United Nations in Vienna. He has taught and lectured in Italy and abroad. It works getting nominations, mentions and awards in various international events. He was invited to the VIII International Architecture Exhibition at the la Biennale di Venezia in 2002 and the exhibition Italian Architects Under-50 at the Triennale di Milano in 2005. It was a finalist of the BSI Swiss Architectural Award in 2008 and finalist in the Gold Medal for Italian Architecture in 2009. He won the Sirica Award in 2012 for the realization of a sustainable architecture. Several works have been published in international magazines.