Olivieri Office was founded by Architect Davide Olivieri in 2013, the practice deals with architecture, museography and landscape, winning several international competitions. Works include cultural, educational and residential buildings, as well as re-use and renovation of existing structures.

Davide Olivieri (1976) is an Italian architect. He studied architecture at the Università degli Studi di Genova and at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Sevilla.

He has been a lecturer in design in the Catedra Blanca at the Escuela Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura in Sevilla from 2008 to 2012 and in the Master Pares at Università La Sapienza in Rome in 2014. Since 2014 he is lab-coordinator at the International Seminar of Urban Culture at the University of Camerino.

He is carrying out an international research project, in co-tutorship between the Departments of Architecture of the University of Seville and Genoa, on the line of investigation "Heritage, Rehabilitation and Obsolescence in Architecture and Urbanism".

He is interested in the re-use, especially of abandoned industrial buildings, as a strategy of regeneration of peri-urban spaces, in the conviction of the need for a bi-univocal re-signification between the city in transformation and the industrial heritage.


Collaborators since 2013

Luca Anselmi

Sara Cimadamore

Walter Cuccuru

Alina Desole

Carlo Farazzo

Stefano Foglietti

Massimiliano Forcella

Alberto Gadaleta

Manuel Gelsomino

Giacomo Ghinello

Eleonora Gigantesco

Maddalena Gioco

Fabio Giordano

Bianca Maria Giorno

Kathia Gonzalez Salgado

Simone Langiu

Roberto Ligas

Francesco Mariani

Paolo Maselli

Alessandro Meloni

Michela Piddiu

Stefania Pisanu

Lina Samudio Diaz

Michael Silvestri

Agostino Sotgiu

Elettra Spiccio

Francesco Stefanini

Serena Toldo

Davide Vangeli

Samuel Zwerger


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