Milanese architect with a strong artistic projection, Alessia Garibaldi graduated from the Milan Polytechnic in 2000 and began her work by collaborating with engineering and architecture firms, where she develops sensitivity to the project but also technical and organizational skills. You participate in international projects such as the Alfa Business Park in the Fiat Alfa Romeo area in Arese, where you sharpen your ability to interpret large industrial and commercial spaces.
His vision is summed up in the metaphor attributed to Bernard of Chartres "we are dwarves on the shoulders of giants", underlining the importance that history has for modern culture. And it is on these bases that his stylistic figure is declined. Making him the aesthetic lesson of international rationalism, he draws from formal symmetries, volumetric orders and spatial concepts enhanced by the search for natural materials, handcrafted finishes, praising memories of Italian magnificence, revisited in a contemporary way. His way of doing architecture becomes a story that reinterprets the past in ever new and original ways.