The BiM project design team brings together leading professionals in every sphere, in a spirit of multidisciplinary collaboration and creativity.


Piuarch is an architecture and urban planning practice founded in Milan in 1996 by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, all four former pupils of Vittorio Gregotti at the time of the construction of Bicocca. It brings together international professionals with different backgrounds, interests and skills. Piuarch promotes contemporary architecture that is strongly rooted in the environment, respecting the resources of the world of today and that of the future. The objective of all of their projects is to improve cities, the lives of the inhabitants and the conditions in which they live together, respecting the diversity of each individual, and creating spaces for civic renaissance. Architecture that goes beyond being a mere functional space and becomes a place of interaction between people and landscape.


Studio Antonio Perazzi

Antonio Perazzi is a landscape architect, botanist and writer. In 1998, after studying at the Milan Polytechnic, ISAD and at the Kew Royal Botanical Gardens in London, he established his own practice undertaking major public and private projects around the world. Through his work and teaching activities he has formulated the concept of 'Temporary Botany', a new landscaping concept, both artificial and ecological, low-budget and low-maintenance. The focus is on the relationship between plants, people and other living organisms and inanimate things. His mission is to improve the quality of the environment by promoting the regeneration of urban spaces.


Gino Garbellini of Piuarch and Antonio Perazzi
talk about the BiM project