Attached houses with gabions by Gino Guarnieri and Roberto Mascazzini

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Gino Guarnieri and Roberto Mascazzini.
Jacopo Agnolazza, Luca Gobetti, Matteo Polesso, Valentina Sonzogni, Davide Tricoli y Marco Zanini.
Plot area
1200 sqm.
Living area
900 sqm
€ 1,500,000


Gino Guarnieri graduated from the Polytechnic of Milan (1991). Designed several projects in the area of Lombardy relating to the house and collective housing. Soon founded his own architectural practice focused on residential projects.

Some of his works have been published in magazines and books on architecture. Receives a mention for the "Gold Medal of Italian Architecture".

It is present in the Italian Pavilion of the Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2010. In 2012 designs and builds with Professor Dezzi Bardeschi the Cascina Cuccagna in Milan. In 2013 it projected ten residential units in the hills of Dietwil in the canton of Aaragau in Switzerland. In 2014 the residential project designed six townhouses in Albinea, Reggio Emilia.


Roberto Mascazzini graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Milan (1985). For a decade he works as a professor in the Department of Vittoriano Viagno, with whom he collaborates in his study. He has worked for Arflex, Vittorio Bonacina, Felice Rossi and pavilions and advertising stands for Iveco, Salvarani and Pirelli.

Built work: Casa Rossi, Casa Branca, Cultural Center multipurpose Buscate, remodeling the old train station in Rho and the new library in Gallarate.

He works as a tutor at the Polytechnic of Milan in a laboratory of "natural construction" related to the rehabilitation of buildings.

He has participated in more than forty contests national and international, obtaining in half of them first prizes, among which is the new neighborhood for 1,000 social housing in Milan Figino, nearing completion.





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