Vincenzo Corvino and Giovanni Multari carry out teaching and research activities at the University of Naples Federico II, Department of Architecture, Master’s degree class in Design for Historic City.
In 1995, they established corvino + multari, based in Naples and with offices in Milan. They took part in several international competitions resulting in the construction of house blocks, public and private offices, public spaces requalification.
In 2000, the project for Piazza dei Bruzi and in 2003 the project for Cosenza Hospital Direction Headquarters awarded them the silver plate for the European Prize “Luigi Cosenza”. In 2001, with the Requalification of the Borbonic Military Quarter in Casagiove, they won the 3rd edition of the Centocittà Prize, announced by the Compagnia San Paolo. In 2006 and 2012 they took part in the 10th and the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale.
In 2016, the project for Pompei was awarded the Honourable Mention within the The Plan Award in the “Retail” category.
In 2017, the New Parish Complex in Dresano, Milan province, awarded them the Ceramica e Progetto first prize.