Giordano-Bruno Cristinelli is an ARB Registered Architect settled in London.

He is focused on the renovation of historical heritage and contemporary design (both commercial and residential). He graduated from the University of Venice Architecture “IUAV” in the academic year 2004/2005.

Since then he has been practising in several firms between Venice and Milan collaborating with his father, Prof. Arch. Giuseppe Cristinelli, and with Prof. Eng. Arch. Marco Dezzi Bardeschi.

Thanks to these different approaches to the theme of Architectural Restoration, he develops a personal design sensitivity that aims to integrate the methodology of conservative restoration with contemporary languages that can find their space in the lack of the building while maintaining a harmonious dialogue with the pre-existence.

In 2011, he became a partner with the “Studio Associato di Architettura e Restauro Cristinelli & Cristinelli” as managing director continuing to be interested in Heritage Conservation.

In 2014, he tackled, with his own firm, the architectural design and landscaping of a new cruise port outside the Venice Lagoon in the project named “Venis Cruise 2.0”, and coordinated by the company “Duferco Engineering SpA ”

He is a qualified architect at the National Council of Architects since 2007.



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