About Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners
Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners architecture practice was founded in 2002 by Massimo Alvisi and Junko Kirimoto after important experiences achieved through the collaboration with international studios like the ones of Renzo Piano, Massimiliano Fuksas and Oscar Niemeyer. In 2008, the practice has been transformed into a studio for architectural engineering joined by Alessandra Spiezia and Arabella Rocca. With a staff of twelve professionals, Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners offers architectural project development and engineering, feasibility study and project management for their own works and for renowned architects like Rem Koolhas and Renzo Piano. Numerous are Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners’ projects concerning the construction and restoration of concert halls, theatres, industrial complexes and office buildings. The studio has also developed important projects of shop and restaurant design, residential interiors and architecture and concepts for museum and exhibition installations. Competitions and awards: - winner of the “Meno è più 4” competition: kindergarten, civic centre and public library in Rome - winner of the international competition for the restoration of the municipal theatre of Corato (Bari, Italy), under construction - awarded for the international competition “Piccole Stazioni Ferroviarie” (small railway stations) - awarded for the project of the rowing canal, developed for the candidacy of Madrid as Olympic Games site 2016 - awarded for the competition upon invitation of Giustiniano Imperatore area in Roma Main works: - Incà industrial complex for small and medium size companies at Barletta (Bari, Italy) - temporary pavilion for the Rome Film Fest - extension and restoration of the Hamasei Japanese restaurant in Rome - Davide Cenci Store in Rome and Milan - Tim shop ‘il Telefonino’ in Genoa and Tim showroom in Rome - residential complex on the seaside of Trani (Bari, Italy) - restoration project of the Theatre of the Academy of Fine Arts, Naples (Italy) Main installations: - ‘Il silenzio a colori’ exhibition by Michelangelo Antonioni - Saltexpò at the Mostra d’oltremare in Naples - permanent exhibition at the Musa – Museum for music instruments, inside the Parco della Musica in Rome Ongoing projects: - project management for the upgrading of the former Mercati Generali area in Rome on behalf of OMA studio by Rem Koolhaas - project management for the Prada gallery in Milan on behalf of OMA studio by Rem Koolhaas - project management for the Universal Concert Hall in Astana (Kazakhstan) on behalf of Macbo Construction - project management for Cantina Rocca di Frassinello cellar in Gavorrano (Grosseto, Italy) on behalf of RPBW studio by Renzo Piano Main works under construction: - private cellar of Giovanni and Paolo Bulgari near Siena (Italy) - new building for the management of Molino Casillo in Apulia - spa centre ‘Tenuta di Carma’ in Civita di Bagnoregio (Italy) - hotel in Dalmine (Bergamo, Italy).
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