Pietro Peciccia

Pietro Peciccia

Hong Kong, HK

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I have been living in four different countries (Italy, Spain, Indonesia
and China), working on all-range scale projects, covering all aspects of
the design field with strong expertise in architecture, interiors and



RMJM, Hong Kong, HK, Architectural Designer

Jan 2018 - current

Zhubo Design Group, Shenzhen, CN, Design Architect

Jun 2017 - Jan 2018

ECADI, Shanghai, CN, Design Architect

Jan 2015 - Jun 2016

Small Large Architecture, Shanghai, CN, Design Architect

Jul 2012 - Nov 2014

Monje & Asociados |, Tenerife, Spain, Architectural Intern

Jan 2012 - Jun 2012


Gadjah Mada University, Yogjakarta, Indonesia, BArch, Science of Architecture

Life Long Learning Research Grant European Union
Emergency shelters in Central Java, Sustainability By Design in Tropical region

Mar 2010 - Dec 2011

Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy, Bachelors, Science of Architecture

Jan 2006 - Jan 2010

Superior Technical School of Architecture, Granada, Spain, BArch, Technical Architecture

Erasmus Scholarship
Student Exchange Programme

Jan 2007 - Dec 2008


Competition Mixed used + Convention Center, 1st Place

RMJM RED’s scheme was selected from amongst more than a dozen proposals by various leading firms.

The project will be the keystone component for the precinct and a landmark in its own right. It will consist of 4 high-rise commercial towers, a conference centre and retail facilities integrated into a comprehensive development. The total above-ground floor area is 306,000 sqm and is composed of 26,000 sqm of Retail, 20,000 sqm of Convention Facilities, 210,000 sqm of Office space and 50,000 sqm of Business Apartments.


Competition Entry, 1st Place

The design brief for the mixed-use building had two main aspects: it had to be flexible and adaptable, and it had to bring about a collaborative environment. The building needed to be able to adapt to meet the changing needs of a wide variety of tenants, so RMJM RED integrated the floor spaces into a matrix system that would allow for adaptation and reconfiguration. The ability to reconfigure the workspaces allows for co-working and collaborative spaces to be distributed throughout the building as required, thus making an active and creative environment. Every aspect of the design was driven by the client’s wish to create an interactive hub for Ningbo’s artistic community.


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