We draw with passion, we are curious and open to innovations, we travel tirelessly.
We area design firmthat has become a network, that feeds on relationships and collaborations with engineers and architects from different countries and cultures.
In over twenty years of activity we have gained experience in the construction of new buildings as in the restoration and reuse of historic and modern buildings.
We have projects in the fields of retail, workspaces, cultural spaces. From home to the planning of cities, planning is a matter of quality even before size.
Daniele Lauria founded his own studio in 1999 and the first project was the pavilion built in Piazza della Signoria in Florence and then exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 2000.
In the following years, he had multiple public and private assignments for refurbishments and restorations as well as for setting-up interventions in cultural spaces.
Since 2009 the firm has opened up to several professional collaborations with architects and engineers, mainly in South America. Starting from Brazil, gradually the network took shape and it is now the one with which we operate now in fifteen countries of the world. In Italy we are present in Florence and Milan.
We are anintegrated design studio that combines, from the earliest schemes, architectural issues with engineering needs.
Our is a multidisciplinary teamwork that brings together young talents and professionals with tried experience.
We are used to manage the project from the first sketches to the building process.
We work in a BIM platform and we take advantage of the collaboration of graphic designers to offer the customer a full service.
Our reputation is certified by a portfolio of dozens of projects developed in Italy and abroad, for public and private customers to whom we have always guaranteed professionalism and reliability.
The strengths that make ours unique design studio are represented not only by the solidity of our international network but also by the cultural contents of our design approach. We care and focus on the “public” space, meaning not only the urban one but also the areas of relationship and meeting inside each building.