TAMassociati is tied to the social design born in the previous millennium and still combines the civil and the professional, focusing on sustainable architecture, urban and landscape planning, participatory and educational processes, graphics and social communication. It has received a host of awards: the Aga Khan architecture award for its outstanding cardiac surgery unit (Centro Salam) in Sudan (2013); the Ius-Capocchin international award for the world’s most sustainable paediatric hospital (Port Sudan); and the Curry Stone Design Prize for the overall social and environmental sustainability of its recent projects around the globe. In 2014, it won the Zumtobel Group Award for innovation and sustainability with its paediatric hospital in Sudan (Port Sudan). It was the Italian Architect of the Year for 2014 because of its “ability to enhance the ethical dimension of the profession”. It also curated the Italy Pavilion at the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale. At present, TAMassociati is working on projects in Uganda, Senegal, Italy and Afghanistan and has offices in Venice, Bologna, Trieste and Paris.