Giacomo De Amicis, Milano 1968
Giacomo De Amicis graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano in 1993 and completed his doctorate in Architectural and Urban Design at the same university in 2005.
In 1994 he began working professionally and also began teaching, first at the Politecnico di Milano and then, from 1999, at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Pavia, where he is an adjunct professor of the course in Architectural Composition.
In 2005 he founded deamicisarchitetti together Bruna Rivolta, and soon obtained commissions and recognition for the realization of both public and private projects, including schools, offices, housing, and exhibition design. Rossella Destefani and Luigi Bartoli joined the firm as partners in 2014.
The professional activities of the firm include experimental projects that contribute to an ongoing reflection on the transformation of the contemporary city, in particular as regards public spaces and density in suburban areas.
This main line of research is investigated in the book “Vecchie periferie | Nuovi luoghi. Figure e connessioni per la trasformazione della città esistente”, published in 2015.
Matteo Joseph da Lisca
People who previously worked with us:
Laetitia Aboumatta, Barbara Arpesani, Elena Borsano, Anne Sophie Buyk, Alessandra Caldera, Valentina Capra, Daria Casale, Alessandra Cavallaro, Andrea Chiodo, Piero De Amicis, Giovanni Dello Ioio, Luca De Marini, Chiara Filios, Angela Forte, Paolo Francesco, Alberto Fusi, Paolo Gatti, Alba Guerrera, Tanja Haramincic, Donato Labella, Gabriele Leo, Marco Mannaccio, Paolo Moretto, Marco Morlacchi, Tomoko Narahara, Simone Naselli, Maria Isabel Noceda Roca, Claudia Ivette Olivera, Sofia Parolini, Ada Rosito, Eugenia Silvestri, Beatrice Spolidoro, Elena Terziroli, DIego Torriani, Luca Trabattoni, Laura Varalli, Marta Villarreal Farias, Magdalena Zalewska, Marco Zambrino, Fabio Zanaboni.