Cesare Arosio e Beatrice Fanchini


Cesare Arosio

Cesare Arosio was born in 1985. His education took place at the Academy of Architecture in Mendrisio, with prof. Michele Arnaboldi, as thesis supervisor. During his university years he worked with architects such as Farrel Mc Namara, Joseph Acebillo, Esteban Bonell and Ignacio Rubino, constantly enriching his professional profile with internships and work experiences of relief at the studios Ten Arquitectos in New York and Tawa-zen Abu Dhabi. This important inside in the international arena pushed him to combine the design tradition of his family and its territory with a view to most innovative job-oriented scenarios in the world. Arosio today dedicates to architectural design, with special attention to product design and interior design.


Beatrice Fanchini

She graduated in 2010 with honors from the Politecnico of Milan, after attending the entire degree course in English. During the study period, she chose to spend a year in Berlin to work with the architect Klaus Theo Brenner, also taking part in the interior design project of the Bode Museum, directed by Julien Chapuis. She returned to Italy with a new vision of the profession, where precision and technique become essential tools for her future professional experiences. Beatrice, today, is interested in all the components of architectural design, even “macro” aspects, most linked to the building techniques of construction.