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page updated 24 Sep 2017
DAP studio – Key Projects
Cultural Center Ranica, Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy
Date built: 2010
Design with Paola Giaconia
photo : Alessandra Bello
Cultural Center Ranica
Earlier in 2011 a jury chaired by Swiss architect Aurelio Galfetti selected the building, designed by DAP studio and Paola Giaconia, as the best public building completed in the Province of Bergamo, in Northern Italy, in the last 10 years.
Lonate Ceppino Library, Italy
Date built: 2008
photo © Luigi Filetici
Lonate Ceppino Library
Oratory of San Michele : Municipal Library Elsa Morante
Other architectural projects by this Milan design office include Scoial housing in La Spezia and the GFT headquarters building in Milan.
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Location:Milan, Italy ‘
DAP studio architetto – Practice Information
elena sacco – paolo danelli
This Italian architecture practice was founded in 1992 in Milan by Elena Sacco and Paolo Danelli, graduates from the Faculty of Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano.
This architectural studio has been working for public and private clients, on architectural projects which range in scale from interiors to houses to libraries.
In the last few years this Milan architecture office have focused especially on the design of cultural institutions.
They couple their design activity with the management and development of cultural projects. This Milan architecture practice participated in the 12th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale, in the Italian Pavillion, and were nominated for the 2011 Mies van der Rohe award.
In 2009 the architecture practice received a mention at the Golden Medal Prize for Italian Architecture (Premio Medaglia d’Oro all’Architettura Italiana).
photo © Adrian Welch
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