Enrica Mosciaro graduates from the “Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia” in 1992. Since then, she has lived and worked in Barcelona. She has carried out various projects in Spain, Italy and occasionally in France. Her studio, Fusina6, shared with Gonzalo Milà and Silvia Contreras, develops architectural, interior design and industrial design projects.
In 2008, she started a period of collaboration with the Italian lighting company Viabizzuno, for which she has been doing some lighting projects since then.
Among the various awards she has received have been first prize for the “Pida” competition for the best Hotel of the year (2010), third prize at the Miami architectural Biennale (2009), a special mention at the “Piccinato, Regione del Veneto” prize, (2009) and had been selected for the “Architetti Verona”, (2011), “Medaglia d’oro della Triennale di Milano”, (2010) and “Dedalo Minosse “(2008) prizes.
Her work has been included in several events and exhibitions; among them: Partire Tornare Restare Exhibition, Selinunte (2012), The 24th World Congress of Architecture UIA, Tokyo (2011), Architetti italiani in Spagna oggi Exhibition, Rome (2011) and Quito (2010), Buenos Aires (2009), and Miami (2009) Architectural Biennales.