The firm, founded in 2005, is composed of professionals of different nationalities operating mainly in the Milan office. Vittorio Grassi Architect & Partners designs and develops a variety of projects ranging from large to small scale, from urban planning to the design of cultural and exhibition buildings, tourism and residential complexes, office and shopping premises up to industrial and interior design. Currently Vittorio Grassi Architect & Partners is committed to the construction of the 5,000-seat Sports Hall and Sports City Masterplan in Lamezia Terme and the design of the Military Citadel of Cecchignola in Rome, an investment of 120 million Euros for a new neighbourhood with 720 new apartments, retail, services and a public park dedicated to soldiers and their families. Both appointments derived from international competitions won in 2010 and 2011. In recent years the office has been mainly dedicated to the development of KOA’ – Zambon Company Restaurant, as part of the masterplan of the cluster for scientific and technological research called “Open Zone, Oxygen, Science, Business” in Bresso – Milan, in the design of “1935 Project”, new office buildings of high quality standing in Venice, three residential complexes in Turin and in the restoration of “Antica Cà Litta”, eighteenth century building in Milan, a stone’s throw away from the Duomo. In 2009, on behalf of the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers through the company Re-evolution of Venice, designed a feasibility study of the “New Town”, new garden city with 5.000 inhabitants that is a model of absolute cutting-edge technology for the conservation and sustainable development of the territory. That same year, appointed by Zambon Group Spa, developed the masterplan “Gardens of Science”. This project was adopted by the City of Bresso, Milan Park North and awarded by the Lombardy Region with public funding for realization. In 2008 he won the international competition for the masterplan of “Via delle Macchine” in Venice – Marghera Italy, a business park with hotel and leisure buildings of 24,000 sqm. In 2007 he won first prize in the international competition for the masterplan “Ex-Feltrificio Veneto” also in Venice – Marghera, a 42.000 sqm complex for office buildings. In 2006 and 2007 the office was engaged primarily in the design of the extension of the “Golf Hotel in Madonna di Campiglio”, the “Tourist port of Marina di Loano”, the new “Skyscraper Fondiaria – Sai” and the urban masterplan “Area Borsetto” both in Turin. On the skilful reuse of historic and highly complex buildings, Vittorio Grassi Architect & Partners can boast the continuous collaboration with Rick Mather Architects London that over the years has led to victory in the international competition for the design of the “Nuova Galleria Sabauda” in the new wing of the Palazzo Reale in Turin and second place in the international competitions for the “Museo del Mare in Genoa” and the Villa Reale in Monza.