The project concerns the renovation of the semicircular court that faces the hotel’s restaurant, delimited by a covered passage that leads to the main structure and to an existing banquets hall. The space has been completely renovated by designing an equipped garden consisted of covered areas,...
The building is erected at a strategic point for the architectural equilibrium of the new Piazza Fontana and the monumental elements with which it is closely related, such as the Archbishop’s Palace and the Duomo itself. The interior and exterior of the building narrate complex and different...
Realized in an antique building with private garden in the heart of the historical center of Roma, this small elegant hotel at the foot of the “Pincio” is the setting of a project of radical reconstruction of the interiors which interprets the classic atmosphere of the capital in this place named...
The new Hotel VIU Milan, protagonist in the renovated urban context of Porta Volta nearby the Terminal of Porta Garibaldi and the new metro station “Monumentale”. The hotel with its public areas, together with the square which it overlooks, is the epitome of excellence on the route that connect...
ME by Meliá is launching its first Italian luxury lifestyle hotel in the heart of Milan’s fashion and design district in May 2015. Centrally located in the Piazza della Repubblica shopping area, and just north of Brera, the city’s vibrant design district, the building ME Milan Il Duca occupies was...
The studio was founded by Marco Brandolisio, Giovanni Da Pozzo, Massimo Scheurer and Michele Tadini in 1997. All four developed their professional vision in the architectural studio of Aldo Rossi beginning in 1982.
Over the years they became his closest collaborators in the Milan studio and were responsible for designing and partnering with him on various projects of relevant importance including: the German History Museum (DHM) in Berlin, the Bonnefanten in Maastricht, the Milan Linate Airport, the Schtzenstrasse and Landsberger Allee city blocks in Berlin, and finally the C. Catteneo University in Castellanza, Italy.
Since its beginning Arassociati has designed and constructed numerous buildings for both public and private use in Italy and across Europe. In its ventures, the studio seeks to expand its architectural prowess by pursuing continuity between the building and the environment of the city or territory while adhering to rational building construction principles.
Various projects have been published in magazines on architecture and other related sectors. In the last eight years of independent activity Arassociati has completed 70 building works, between actual buildings and competition entries for open and regulated contexts.