The studio Cino Zucchi Architetti is constantly searching spatial solutions for contemporary life in the delicate and rapidly changing context of the European landscape.
Its goal is to conjugate innovation and research with a professional completeness able to respond to complex programs at any scale, employing when needed a well-established net of specialized consultants (structures, plants, traffic, economy, landscape, graphics, light design).
The works of the studio have been widely exhibited and published in magazines both in Italy and abroad. The studio has designed and realized many industrial, residential and public buildings, public spaces, renewal plans and master plans for agricultural, industrial and historical areas; it has participated in many national and international competitions, and it is active in the field of interior and exhibit design.
Some of the more acclaimed urban design projects include the renovation of the former Junghans area in Venice; the Old Epano Scala port in Mytilene – Lesbo; the 2b-2c area in the former Alfa Romeo-Nuovo Portello redevelopment – Milano; the Ewald coal mine area in Herten; the Keski Pasila area in Helsinki; the North Lugano area in Switzerland. The works of the studio have been selected for or awarded prizes in the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture 2001, Piranesi Award 2001, Gold Medal for Italian Architecture 1995-2003, Brick Award 2004, „Comune di Venezia“ Architecture Award 2005 and ECOLA Award 2008.