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Di Gregorio Associati, with more than 30 years of practice and over 200 projects in archive, achieved remarkable professional experience in urban, residential, commercial and infrastructural design.

 

The Studio has performed studies of technology and economic feasibility for both private and public clients, covering general project management & coordination, head of project development, restoration and scientific restoration, inspection of works, construction administration, urban planning & design, interior design, landscape architecture and military architectural projects.

 

Di Gregorio Associati is currently in charge of the revamping of the Exhibition Center of “Bologna Fiere”, in collaboration with Aurelio Galfetti and Massimo Majowiecki.

The Studio is currently leading also the following on-going main projects:

 

Emilia District, masterplan and architecture design of multifunctional Shopping Center;

Hypogeum Stadium, project for an underground olympic arena destined to the 2022 FIFA World Cup;

Trade Center, new headquarter of the city’s good exchanges site into the Fiere di Parma expo district;

Fiere di Parma, new main entrances and interconnections systems of the city’s expo district;

Scampia (Naples), interior design of a foster home for a no-profit foundation;

Tamburi (Taranto), public park in the infamous neighborhood for a no-profit foundation.

 

Past notable works include: Cibus è Italia, pavilion for Expo 2015 in Milan (2015); Cot Duà, residential housing complex in São Miguel do Gostoso, Brasil (2014); Parma Rugby Citadel, new main tribune of the city’s rugby stadium (2013); Fiere di Parma, new entrance and main facade of the Expo district (2010); Rue Guerin, private residence in the countryside of Paris, France (2009); Ex Ducale, transformation of an historic theater into multifunctional residential building (2004); Anse-Bertrand, private house in Guadaloupe french west indies (2001); Parco Farnese, urban planning including residential, commercial and office buildings (1997); Piazza della Ghiaia, requalification and new infrastructure system of an historical market square in Parma, Italy - in collaboration with Arch. Gino Valle (1990)