Location: Seveso, Monza Brianza
Client: Fondazione Lombardia per l’Ambiente
Gross Floor Area: 2.000 m2
Architects: Giuseppe Marinoni – StudioMarinoni
Interior and lighting: Giuseppe Marinoni – StudioMarinoni, Vilma Cernikyte
Works Management: Giuseppe Marinoni – StudioMarinoni
Contractor: SI.GE.CO Costruzioni
Electrical and Mechanical Systems: Ariatta Ingegneria dei Sistemi
Expanded Plate, Facings, Stairs: Metalltech
Suspended Ceilings, Plasterboard: Lithos Plus
Wooden Structures: Holz Albertani
Ventilated Façades, Wooden Facings: Puntoacapo
Photography: © Giovanni Chiaramonte
Giuseppe Marinoni (Milan, 1961) is an architect with a PhD in Urban Projects and Policies. He carries out activities of planning and design and research into themes related to the transformation of the contemporary city. As an architect in his own right and as managing director of StudioMarinoni srl, Giuseppe Marinoni carries out projects of urban planning and design and architectural and landscape design in Italy and abroad. He teaches architectural design and urban planning at the Faculty of Architecture of Milan Polytechnic. In 2011 he founded the publishing house SMOwnPublishing, with the aim of bringing out books on architecture, photography and landscape.
His clients include governments, local authorities and institutional and private investors. Among other awards and marks of recognition, in 2006 he won the international competition for the Centro Studi FLA, as well as the one for the Urban Project of the Portasud Intermodal Centre in Bergamo, in 2007 he won the international competition for the Feasibility Study of the MOVIcentro in Novara, in 2009 he won the tender for the PGT (Territorial Administration Plan) of Abbiategrasso, while in 2010 he won the ‘Gateway to Milan’ international competition for Malpensa Airport with the ‘Magic Threshold’ project.
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