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Fulvio Papponetti architect Stefano Genoni architect Maurizia Catalfamo architect

He graduated in architecture at Polytechnic of Milan in October 1999 and licensed to practice in January 2000. He is registered as number 1677 in the Register of Architects of Bergamo.

 

Several collaborations in the architecture’s and urbanism sectors as the project for the municipality of Valbrembo and the new hospital Papa Giovanni XXIII for which he coordinates the work for the development of the architectural design and the executive.

 

He won the award for architecture “Città dei Mille" of Bergamo city in 2003 and he was second in the "Piazza Roma" contest of Berbenno. Many experiences in the urban, business and housing sectors with international projects as "Residence Villas" of Abu Dhabi. Several times he has participated, as speaker, in seminars and conferences about African architecture, green building and energy savings.

He graduated in architecture at University Institute of Architecture of Venice in October 2005 and licensed to practice in May 2006. He is registered as number 2308 in the Register of Architects of Bergamo.

 

He participated, in collaboration with foreign architects, in international contests as the High Speed Railway of Napoli Afragola, the new Law quarter of Trento and the Contemporary Art museum in Kwang Ju (South Korea).

 

He became freelance in 2006 with various types of projects as service sector buildings, interior design and city planning, an example is the writing of Territory Government’s Plans of Mapello and Misano di Gera D'Adda. Special interest in world of fitness and wellness has allowed him to design and realize works as the new sports center SPORTPIU’ in Curno (BG, Italy).

She graduated in architecture at Polytechnic of Milan in July 2004 and licensed to practice in May 2006. She is registered as number 2296 in the Register of Architects of Bergamo.

 

She won the contest on landscape and places of historical memory of Milan province in 2005 by means of the project “A continuous monument: Monza park's wall and its design potential”.

 

She participated, in collaboration with international architectural firms, in the design of Integrated Action Plans to upgrading and transforming the no longer used areas in Bergamo. Many professional experiences in architecture, residential buildings, interior design, shops and businesses. She puts a special interest in renovation and preservative restoration, an example the collaboration for the restoration of eighteenth-century churches in Bergamo.