We work in the architecture communication by proposing and managing projects for both public and private clients:

– programming, organizing and managing events and cultural projects (Open House Torino, Piemonte Fabbriche Aperte for Regione Piemonte)


exhibitions of architecture and engineering ( “Pier Luigi Nervi. Art and Science of Building” with Pln Project, “Waiting Spaces” for Urban Center Metropolitano di Torino, “Carlo Mollino Architetto” for Fondazione Palazzo Bricherasio, “Carlo Mollino. Maniera Moderna” for Haus der Kunst, Munich)


– services for architectural conferences (MoMoWo Symposium 2018 for SiTi, Third international meeting of the European Architectural History Network at Politecnico di Torino, International meeting “Regular Orders and Civil Society in Piemonte between the 16th and 19th centuries” for the University of Eastern Piedmont, 0II + Architecture Week)


editorial support for printed and online magazines (Wolters Kluwer Italia, Il Giornale dell’Architettura, CERmagazine, Icon Design, AL)


– support for the development of specific publishing projects (brochures for Federbeton at SAIE 2014)


architectural books and publications (“Turin Architectural Guides “for DOM publisher, English and Italian editions; Translation of Yona Friedman for Bollati Boringhieri publisher, “I luoghi di Carlo Mollino”for Electa)


– collaboration with chambers of architects (focus group “Quality and Project promotion “, prize jury member” Architecture Rivelate 2012-13, Workshop Coordinator on the New House for the Turin Chamber of Architects and the Turin Architecture Foundation, Photo exhibition “3×50 = 1” on the occasion of the 2011 Architecture Festival)


specialized press office for architecture and design (European Design Competition for the  Piacentini Center for the City of Bergamo, Federico Maggia Award for Fondazione Sella)


– scientific setting, organization and support of thematic itineraries on architecture in Turin, Ivrea, Alessandria and Valle d’Aosta (member of the international network Guiding Architects)