AMAART : ABOUT
FROM URBAN PLANNING TO RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
The AMAART® architecture studio is internationally active and winner of recognitions and awards for design excellence. An architecture, engineering and design studio. We work in the field of large-scale planning, competitions and in the development of a personal architectural language.
URBAN SPACE AND DESIGN
AMAART is architectural planning, urban transformation and design by Alessia Maggio. The design is inspired by art and nature and aspires to be the continuation of Italian tradition in design excellence. We work with materials, light, shadows, transparencies.
We want to understand the place where we design. Retrace its history, grasp its particularities, breathe its atmosphere. This research is transmitted in the relationships with our customers. All of our projects start width a face-to-face encounter and we aim not only to discover the site during this meeting.
Today the studio develops new partnerships in the architectural, artistic and engineering fields. A creative and innovative process in continuous evolution that is based on multidisciplinary and effective project management, the strength of integrated planning and a process of interaction between man and urban space.
Alessia Maggio, Arch. PH.D.
The Italian architect Alessia Maggio graduated in architecture from the University of Sapienza Roma. She obtained the title of PH.D., Design and Architectural Composition, year 2010. Since 2020 chartered member of Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA. In 2021 he founded AMAART Srl – Architecture and Engineering Company.
2004 – 2014
Alessia Maggio graduated in Architecture at the University of Rome, La Sapienza, in 2004. She began her academic training as a teaching assistant from 2005 until 2014, period in which she won the scholarship for the PhD in Architecture and Composition, at the University of Rome, La Sapienza, Department of Architecture and Design, DìAP. The doctoral thesis dealt with the theme of the Unfinished in architecture, L’Opera Aperta: architecture open to transformation, 2010, under the coordination of Prof. Arch. Valter Bordini. In the first years of design assistance she works on the freehand illustrated drawings for the Ventuno parole per l’Urbanistica, published with Carrocci Editore 2008, within the Urban Planning coordinated by Prof. Arch. Claudia Mattogno, University of Civil Engineering and Architecture Rome, La Sapienza, based in San Pietro in Vincoli, Rome, Italy.
PhD. In Architecture. DiAp, University of Architecture, La Sapienza, Rome, Italy
Public space designer and Project of architectural facade