PARK ASSOCIATI is an architectural design studio set up in 2000 by Filippo Pagliani e Michele Rossi in Milan, Italy, which works at various scales: from the close analysis of the dynamics and flows in urban places that forms the basis of a wide range of projects for the tertiary, manufacturing and residential sectors to small-scale, but equally important, interior design themes that pay close attention to detail including a sensitivity to craftsmanship.
Through its transversal approach, the work of the studio adapts and evolves according to the implications and characteristics of a specific context. It is also seriously takes into consideration environmental issues and, through the experimentation with new technologies at both a formal and functional level, seeks a constant balance and dialogue with the surrounding area.
This integrated approach to the management of a project has produced original compositional landscapes where architecture, technology and materials combine to create new spatial forms that always aim to respond to context and function.
PARK ASSOCIATI collaborates with public bodies, firms and private individuals. Thanks to its flexible and open approach to design, the studio is an ideal partner for the development of new concepts and creative solutions both in the field of architecture and interior design.
Our objectives are:
- to create new relations and dialogue between the various aspects of the project, in which architecture is conceived as a system composed of the interconnected multi-scalar elements of urban, architectural and interior design;
- to approach each project as a new adventure without following pre-established models, but rather internalizing the demands of the client and taking on board the particular implications of the context;
- to develop the planning programme around the question of sustainability, with particular attention to environmental and energy themes.
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