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IOTTI+PAVARANI ARCHITETTI operates within the fields of architecture, urbanism, landscape and research.

The practice is involved in work over a wide range of architectural scales, for both the public and private sectors. Current design and construction projects are spread over a number of different sectors, and they include workplaces (offices and commercial), civic and cultural buildings, sporting, residential, building rehab, urban renewal and landscaping.

The firm is particularly renowned for design of architectures successfully inserted into high environmental value landscapes and townscapes and based on principles of environmental, social and economic sustainability.

The ultimate goal is to identify a strategy involving planning, composition and materials, capable of introducing dense insertions into the landscape, successfully imparting new “energy” to the context in which we are working, “energy” which is consistent with the often unexpressed potential of the setting as a whole.

 

IOTTI+PAVARANI ARCHITETTI was set up in 2001, arising from the pro­fessional partnership of Paolo Iotti and Marco Pavarani. Since its establishment, the firm has received more then 20 awards in architecture and urban design competitions and has gained national and international recognitions through the realization of architectures  which are innovative and surprising and yet appear completely comfortable in their surrounding. 

Among others, in 2011 the practice received the Award as best young Italian talent in architecture by the Renzo Piano Foundation.

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IOTTI+PAVARANI ARCHITETTI opera negli ambiti della progettazione architettonica, urbanistica, paesaggistica e della ricerca.

Lo studio è impegnato in progetti dalla scala del design a quella del masterplan, per entrambi i settori, pubblico e privato. Progetti e realizzazioni all'attivo includono luoghi per il lavoro (uffici, spazi commerciali, edifici produttivi), edifici pubblici e spazi per la cultura, edifici sportivi, residenziali, ristrutturazioni, così come piani di recupero urbano e opere di paesaggio.

Lo studio si distingue per la progettazione di architetture felicemente inserite in contesti urbani e paesaggistici ad alto valore ambientale e basate su principi di sostenibilità ambientale, sociale ed economica.

Obiettivo l’individuazione di strategie di programma, compositive, materiche, capaci di produrre inserti densi nel paesaggio, nel tentativo sempre perseguito di conferire nuove “energie” ai contesti in cui si opera, “energie” coerenti con le potenzialità spesso inespresse dei luoghi stessi.

 

IOTTI+PAVARANI ARCHITETTI, costituito nel 2001 da Paolo Iotti e Marco Pavarani, ha ricevuto più di 20 premi in concorsi di architettura e urban design e ha ricevuto riconoscimenti nazionali e internazionali per la realizzazione di architetture innovative e sorprendenti ma al contempo perfettamente inserite nel loro contesto.

Nel 2011 Paolo Iotti e Marco Pavarani hanno ricevuto il Premio della Fondazione Renzo Piano come migliori giovani talenti dell'architettura italiana.

 

Paolo Iotti (Reggio Emilia, 1973) and Marco Pavarani (Parma, 1973) studied at the Faculty of Architecture of Ferrara. In 1995 they both won a scholarship to take part in the ILAUD international residential workshop co-ordinated by Architect Prof. Giancarlo De Carlo.  In 2000 they graduated with the highest possible grades. After a trainee in the office of Guido Canali in Parma, Paolo Iotti worked with the Design and Research team of the Ferrara Faculty of Architecture; Marco Pavarani worked with the office of Guido Canali in Parma  as project manager on Smeg headquarters complex in Guastalla.

 

In 2001 IOTTI+PAVARANI ARCHITETTI office was founded.

 

Since 2006 Paolo Iotti and Marco Pavarani have been teaching at the Ferrara Faculty of Architecture;  Marco Pavarani was in charge of Architectural Design I, from 2010 to 2013; since 2011, Paolo Iotti is in charge of Architectural Design III.

They have lectured at a diversity of schools and institutions and often serves as members of design juries.

Paolo Iotti (Reggio Emilia, 1973) e Marco Pavarani (Parma, 1973) hanno studiato alla Facoltà di Architettura di Ferrara. Nel 1995 hanno vinto una borsa di studio per partecipare al workshop internazionale residenziale ILAUD coordinato dall'Arch.Giancarlo De Carlo. Nel 2000 si laureano col massimo dei voti. Dopo un'esperienza presso lo studio di Guido Canali a Parma, Paolo lavora al Nucleo di Progettazione della Facoltà di Architettura di Ferrara, mentre Marco continua a lavorare nello studio Canali come project manager della nuova sede della Smeg a Guastalla.

 

Nel 2001 aprono lo studio IOTTI+PAVARANI ARCHITETTI.

 

Dal 2006  svolgono attività di insegnamento presso la Facoltà di Architettura di Ferrara; Marco Pavarani come responsabile del Laboratorio di Progettazione I dal 2010 al 2013,  Paolo Iotti come responsabile del Laboratorio di Progettazione III dal 2011.

Partecipano come relatori a conferenze e seminari e sono invitati come membri di giuria di concorsi e premi di architettura.

studio@iotti-pavarani.com

+39 0522 30 27 75

Via Emilia all’angelo, 3

Reggio Emilia, Italy, 42123

 

 

 

 

For job or internship applications, please email a cv and a portfolio in pdf format

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All internships must be for a minimum of 3 months.

Approach

1. WE DESIGN LANDSCAPES

2. WE PRODUCE UNIQUE CONCEPTS

3. WE COMBINE A SENSITIVE APPROACH WITH A STRONG IDENTITY

4. WE REINVENT TYPOLOGIES

5. WE PROMOTE A BRIGHTER IDEA OF SUSTAINABILITY

6. WE EMBRACE THE IDEA OF A TIMELESS ARCHITECTURE

 

 

RENZO PIANO FOUNDATION AWARD TO A YOUNG TALENT

 

Iotti + Pavarani Architetti stood out in recent years as a significant young architectural firm on the national scene, with buildings and projects that have gained important recognitions.

Among them, Paolo Iotti and Marco pavarani received the  Award as best young Italian talents in architecture in 2011 by the Renzo Piano Foundation, the IN/ARCH-ANCE  Award (under 40 category), the Mipim Architectural Review Future Projects Award (Retail and Leisure category).

 

15 FIRST PRIZES, 6 SECOND PRIZES, 3 THIRD PRIZES

 

The practice has had a high success rate in architectural competitions; from 2000 to the present its efforts in this field have been rewareded with fourteen first prizes, six second prizes, three third prizes, two commendations; winning projects were then elaborated all in depth.

Among them, in 2004 they won the first prize in a Europe-wide competition in two phases, concerning the new Siena stadium (holding some 20,000 spectators) and connected equipments and infrastructures, with a project able to insert such an important complex of sport infrastructure in the delicate and picturesque context of the Tuscany hills.

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Beside professional activity and teaching at the Faculty of Architecture in Ferrara, Paolo Iotti and Marco Pavarani were invited as visiting professors at a diversity of schools and lectured internationally (in Riga, Malmo, Nuremberg, as well as in Trento, Varese, Novara, Genova, Padova, Bologna, Rimini, Pescara, Firenze, Roma, Selinunte).

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Projects and works of the firm have been exhibited internationally.

Among them, Iotti+Pavarani were invited to show thier work at the Venice Biennale – International Architecture Exhibition  in 2006, 2012 and 2014.

In 2006,  Slow Town Vema (a research about the city of the future)  is inside the Italian Pavilion ( “La città nuova. Italia-y-2026”, curator Arch. Franco Purini).

In 2012, Domus Technica is inside the Italian Pavilion (“LE QUATTRO STAGIONI, Architetture del Made in Italy “, curator: Luca Zevi) within  the 13th Venice Biennale.

In 2014, Community Center Regina Pacis  is inside the Italian Pavilion (“Innesti/Grafting”, curator: Cino Zucchi)  within  the 14th Venice Biennale.

Best Architects 16
June, 2016
Intorno al vuoto
June, 2016
Storia dell’architettura italiana 1985-2015
December, 2014
Innesti – Grafting
July, 2014
Genova A/R
December, 2013
Innovative Corporate Buildings
December, 2013
Science & Research Building
December, 2013
AV Proyectos n.058
April, 2013
CittàEmilia
September, 2012
Materials in architecture
September, 2012
Oris n.74
August, 2012
L’industria delle costruzioni n.426
July, 2012
Arketipo
April, 2012
Costruire in laterizio n.140
December, 2011
ItaliArchitettura – Premio Fondazione Renzo Piano 2011
December, 2011
Architettare n.11
December, 2011
Advanced Architecture 3
December, 2011
A10 – n.41
September, 2011
Architetti n.8-9
August, 2011
Cityproject n.29
July, 2011
ARCHITECTURE & DETAIL – Refurbishment
June, 2011
PAESAGGIO URBANO n.5
May, 2011
Casabella n.805
May, 2011
Spazi verdi Giardini Terrazze
January, 2011
Progetti di giovani architetti italiani
December, 2010
Bauwelt 7-8.10
October, 2010
European Housing Concepts 1990 2010
August, 2010
Europan 10 – catalogue
June, 2010
Almanacco di Casabella
December, 2009
Building refurbishment
May, 2009
Sustainab.Italy
December, 2008
Atlante dell’abitare contemporaneo
December, 2008
experiencias 36
July, 2008
Europan 9 – catalogue
June, 2008
INTERNI n.581
May, 2008
LATVIJAS ARCHITEKTURA n.2
February, 2008
La casa collettiva italiana
December, 2007
Reggio Emilia – Scenari di qualità urbana
December, 2007
1000 x european architecture
December, 2007
Architectural Design – n.77 Italy
May, 2007
L’INDUSTRIA DELLE COSTRUZIONI n.394
March, 2007
La città nuova – Italia-y-2026 invito a VEMA
December, 2006
Almanacco di Casabella
December, 2006
TOPOS n.57
October, 2006
Architetti italiani under 50
December, 2005
Arie Italiane
December, 2005
Lotus n.126
September, 2005
A10 n.5
September, 2005
CONFLITTI – Architettura contemporanea in Italia
June, 2005
AV Proyectos n.010
April, 2005
Abitare n.446
January, 2005
Area n.73
March, 2004
Medaglia d’Oro all’architettura italiana
December, 2003
Abitare n.424
January, 2003
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February, 2002