Cino Zucchi Architetti seeks new spatial solutions for contemporary living within the delicate context of the European landscape. It is committed to combining experimentation with thorough professionalism in its response to complex projects on any scale, working, when needed, with an established network of consultants specialized in structures, installations, roads, financial, landscape, graphic design and lighting.
The study has designed and constructed many public, residential and commercial buildings and public spaces. It has completed many urban planning schemes and plans for the redevelopment of agricultural, brownfield and historical areas. CZA has also participated in numerous national and international invitational competitions, and is active in the fields of interior design and fit-out.
The studio’s work has frequently been featured at exhibitions and published in Italian and international journals. Its most recent projects include the master plan for the Keski Pasila area in Helsinki, the design of residences and offices in the former Alfa Romeo-Portello area of Milan, an office building for Group M in Assago (Milan), the new Lavazza headquarters in Turin, and the renovation and extension of the National Automobile Museum in Turin, which recently earned it the 2011 Inarch/Ance award.