Alberto Faliva

Alberto Faliva

Milan, IT



Alberto Faliva: architect and interior designer (architect for 6 years with Gregotti Associati International, Milan-Italy, and in 2 years in Paris with P.Copat/Renzo Piano, and Pierre Louis Faloci), architectural degree in IUAV Venezia, PhD in CESR, Tours -France- and Honorary Research Fellow, Leicester. 

My experience : the architecture and the interior design of the Luxury villas in Pujiang NewTown (Shanghai, China), the architecture (concept, details) of the new BBraun offices in Melsungen /Germany with Wilford Schupp architects (ex James Frazer Stirling), the design of Potsdamer platz (Berlin, with Atelier Ternes/RPBW), the interior design for various offices of corporations in Milan, for a luxury hotel in Parma, Italy, the viz. renders for Giorgio Armani, the Palais de Justice de Narbonne with Pierre Louis Faloci. 

I have organized several design exhibitions (Paris, New York) with a series of conferences (with Academy Award winners like Dante Ferretti, architects like Vittorio Gregotti and emeritus professors like Joseph Rykwert) about the ephemeral world of scenography and contemporary art, and an exhibition in New York (open at Casa Italiana NYU, Greenwich Village until last 21 October 2012) and Northern Italy (Catalogue Electa), now in Paris, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, rue de Grenelle (until 15 August 2014).      

Please pay attention for my 'triple' background in:

1- professional practice of Architecture :

 portfolio video:    

 2 - the new technologies : 

available for your first Real time Photorealistic render with Human Interface!

 See :

portfolio media:

3 -  theory (and history) of Architecture : 

New York video presentation:   

video with emeritus prof.Joseph Rykwert: 

I'm born in Italy (Italian) 16/01/1972.       

Available for meeting by Skype. Available for relocation.   English / French / Italian speaking 

sofwares: autocad, Felix render (Stack Studios), archicad, sketchup with Vray and SuPodiumV2, 3ds, maya (model), imovie, photoshop, office   



Gregotti Associati International, Architect

Winner for III position, International architecture Cremona Railway Station Competition, architectural drawings for the new settlement of Pujiang New Town and Ningbo (China), for PortoViro (Italy), architectural for the preservation plan of Tivoli (Rome), and ricetto of Casalbeltrame (Novara) , architectural history drawings Exposition in chateau d’Ecouen (Paris) and Casa del Mantegna (Mantova) with prof.Alain Erlande Brandenburg, Renaissance Franco-Italienne.

Mar 2004 - Dec 2009

Università degli Studi di Brescia, ASSISTANT

Faculty of Engineering-Architecture , University of Brescia, Italy; HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE COURSE, ASSISTANT

Jan 2001 - Jul 2003

Studio Guido Canali, ARCHITECT

Staff architect and Honorary Fellow Università di Ferrara, faculty of architecture,
Course of Architectural Composition prof. Guido Canali.

Jan 2001 - Mar 2002



Jan 1997 - Feb 1998

Agence Pierre-Louis Faloci, Architect

drawings of Palais de Justice de Narbonne (competition)

Mar 1995 - Jul 1996


University of Reading, PhD, HISTORY OF ART

The pseudo-fortified villa in the plain of the Po river during the 16th century.

Nov 2008 - current

University of Leicester, PhD, HONORARY RESEARCH FELLOW

Research about Renaissance architects Francesco and Giuseppe Dattaro
with prof. David Ekserdjian, History of Art and film Depart., Leicester University

Jan 2006 - Dec 2007

Centre d'Études Supérieures de la Renaissance, PhD, HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

The chateau de Madrid in Paris (1527) and the Renaissance architects Francesco and Giuseppe Dattaro, from Cremona. Research about French-Italian connections on XVIth century.

Nov 2001 - Dec 2004

Università IUAV di Venezia, BArch, Architecture

Dissertation with prof.Howard Burns, History of Architecture.
The Renaissance architects Francesco and Giuseppe Dattaro, from Cremona.

Nov 1992 - Jan 2001


International architecture Cremona Railway Station Competition, 3rd Place

Winner for III position, International architecture Cremona Railway Station Competition


Areas of Specialization 


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