alessandro villa

architectural and design studio

Independent practice that works with spaces and artifacts, ideas and significance.
Our activity covers interiors, architecture, research and design consulting.

profile

The studio’s activity covers interior, design and architecture. The studio is engaged in creating the most personal solution in the use of interior spaces, in the design of special furniture and in the definition of spatial “soft” qualities, materials and finishing.

The practice designs residences, offices, showrooms and commercial set ups. Among the projects, the offices for the advertising agency Dorland Ayer in Milan, the pilot store for the franchising Liberti and the flagship showroom for Lorenzo Riva maison and Davines. Progressively, the studio has expanded its activities to the design of furniture and accessories (Wella, Rubinetterie Stella), graphic design and visual communication, thanks to an extensive network of external collaborators with different professional skills.
The works of the studio have been published on interior design magazines (Ottagono, Casamica, Habitat Ufficio, Gap Casa, Casaviva) and by Italian and international press (Archivolto, Monsa Ediciones Barcelona, Sun Interieur Moscow, Gibbs Smith Publisher in US).

Service
Thanks to its network of  partners and collaborators, the studio offers a complete range of services for:

_ architecture
_ interior design
_ product design
_ research
_ art direction
 
Collaborators (from 2005)
Raffaele Familari, interior designer
Francesco Cusumano, interior and graphic designer
Alice Guardassoni, interior designer
Francesca Gazzetto, architect
Roberto Zoccali, designer
Francesco Sasso, architect
Gabriele Lombardi, interior designer
Laura Persiani, interior designer
Giulia Pessina, interior designer
Rossella Cristofaro, interior designer
Lidiia Boichenko, interior designer
Camilla Teruzzi, interior designer
Kamila Islamova, interior designer
Laura Meroni, interior designer
Jovana Cvetkovic, interior designer
Barbara Bertaglio, interior designer
Marta Grisolia, architect