Alessandro Bellini was born on January 22, 1984, in Rovigo.
In 2003 he enrolled in the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Ferrara.
In 2008, he studied at TU Delft and worked at the studio HP Architekten in Rotterdam.
In July 2009, he obtained his Master's Degree in Architecture with the evaluation of 110 /110 cum laude, presenting a thesis entitled: Induced Mutations: A MANIFESTO. Activation and development strategies for Brussels-Capital’s canal.
The research material of the thesis is, in the same year, further developed for participation in the International ideas competition FLOW, in Brussels, getting the first prize.
At the same time he continues the collaboration with the studio Antonio Ravalli, teacher and supervisor of the thesis and he became a licensed architect.
In February 2010 he won the international mobility grant Leonardo da Vinci and worked as an architect for ECDM, Emmanuel Combarel Dominique Marrec in Paris.
From July 2010 to November 2011 worked as an architect for CZA, Cino Zucchi Architects in Milan, working on several projects, including the hq of Lavazza in Turin, the area Navile in Bologna and Milan Garibaldi Repubblica.
In November 2011, worked as a project leader for Hrvoje Njiric in Zagreb for a competition for a new tourist complex in Sibenik , Croatia.
In 2012 he came back to Paris, where he worked as an architect and project leader for a+ samueldelmas.
From 2013 he established in Brescia and he begins his career as an independent architect.
AB/A - Alessandro Bellini Architect – investigates the urban landscape in different scales, from the micro scale to urban one.
He has a transversal field of action and research. He tries to find solutions for the contemporary living through a re-reading of colonization process, sometime unconscious, but as result of a long evolution.
He hasn’t a preconceived style, but every time he researches a bespoke solution that steams from the specificity of every project: the site, the owner, the program.
contrada delle bassiche 25
Brescia, IT , 25122