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Stefano BoeriBased in Milan, Boeri Studio (Stefano Boeri, Michele Brunello since 2011) is committed to the research and practice of contemporary architecture and urbanism nationally and internationally. Projects currently under way include the design for a multifunctional building for the PACA Region on the Marseilles Waterfront (Centre Régional de la Méditerranée) scheduled for inauguration for 2013, Marseilles European Cultural Capital (Boeri Studio: Stefano Boeri, Gianandrea Barreca, Giovanni La Varra); two eco compatible residential towers (il Bosco Verticale) in Milan (Boeri Studio: Stefano Boeri, Gianandrea Barreca, Giovanni La Varra); the project for the Policlinic of Milan, a large scale renovation of one of the city’s most prominent medical centres (Boeri Studio: Stefano Boeri, Gianandrea Barreca, Giovanni La Varra), the design for new prototypes for social and sustainable housing; which use the wood-cycle in Lombardia, and projects for Internazionale Milano football club and San Siro stadium. Stefano Boeri Architetti received international prizes and recognitions. Stefano Boeri Architetti is currently curating Skolkovo city of innovation in Moscow, together with Jean Pistre, Speech, David Chipperfield, Mohen Mostafi, Kazuyo Sejima, OMA, Herzog&De Meuron and in particular it is developing the detailed masterplan of D4 district with the Moscow-based studio Project Meganom. The studio has participated in the developing of the guideline of the concept-masterplan of Milan Expo 2015 together with Richard Burdett, Jacques Herzog and William MacDonough. Recently completed projects include the recovery of the Ex Arsenale in La Maddalena Sardinia for the G8 Summit, and the new RCS (building A2) – Corriere della Sera Headquarters. In Italy it signed also the interior design for the new Italian private train transport company, NTV and in occasion of the 150 years of Italy’s unification it curated the exhibition design of Meetdesign in Mercati Traiani in Rome and Palazzo Bertalazone in Turin.

Stefano Boeri, born in 1956, is a Milan-based architect and since June 2011 he is Councillor for Culture, Design and Fashion for the Municipality of Milan . From 2004 to 2007 he was editor in chief of “Domus” international magazine. From 2007 to 2011 he was editor in chief of the international magazine “Abitare”. Professor of Urban Design at the Politecnico di Milano, he has taught as visiting professor at Harvard GSD, MIT and Berlage Institute among others. He is the founder of “multiplicity”(www.multiplicity.it) international research network dedicated to the study of contemporary urban transformations. Co-author of different volumes such as Mutations (Actar, 2000), USE (Skirà, 2002) e Cronache del Abitare (Mondadori, 2007), Biomilano (Corraini, 2011) and author of “Anticittà” (Laterza, 2011). Stefano Boeri, with his texts and reflections, is a regular contributor to several magazines and newspapers.

Together with Richard Burdett, Jacques Herzog e William MacDonough, Boeri was part of the Architecture Advisory Board in charge of developing the guidelines for the urban transformations to be implemented within the frame of the 2015 Milan Architecture Expo.