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Vittorio Grassi
Principal, Founding Partner

Vittorio Grassi was born in 1968.
In 1993 he was awarded his Master Degree at the Faculty of Architecture of the Polytechnic of Milan and immediately relocated to Paris, where he worked for two years. In 1995 he moved to London, where he collaborated with Rick Mather.
This close collaboration and friendship will continue on many Italian projects during the following years.
In 1997 he is called by Renzo Piano in Genoa with whom he works for 9 years as an associate architect.
In 2005 he leaves the RPBW and founds his own practice in Milano.

Since then, the office has grown rapidly and has earned an excellent reputation thanks also to the numerous awards in several international design competitions.
As a child, , Vittorio often moved to different towns following his family. Laater on, he developed a number of interests as

a student and experienced various professional opportunities as an architect.
Living in different places over different periods of time has developed in him the interest for architecture seen not as a definitive environment but as a metamorphic space in constant evolution.
This vision now guides him in his work to always place great value and respect to shared areas for social interaction.
Vittorio is currently visiting professor at the Master School at the Polytechnic of Milan; during his career he also lectured at the AA School of Architecture in London, at the University of Cape Town and in various Italian universities.


  • 2014 Royal Institute British Architects
  • 2013 Ordre des Architectes - France
  • 1996 Architects Registration Board - UK
  • 1995 Ordine degli Architetti - Italy

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Giorgio Veronelli
Design Director, Partner

Giorgio joined Vittorio Grassi and Partners in 2010 and has worked on a range of significant projects including the Military City of Cecchignola in Rome and the Vigorelli Velodrome winning scheme.

With an expertise in contemporary buildings and urban masterplanning Giorgio led the winning masterplans for the Ex Maslennikov Area in Samara and for the Olonkholand Complex in Yakutsk.

He is responsible for the management of all projects in Russia, the Middle-East and the Far-East.

He was the Project Architect and lead for the BNL - Bank’s New flagship building in Turin and Sports and Leisure Center in Rome, redevelopments which were both completed in 2013.

He obtained his Master Degree in Architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan and lectured on “Theory and design of buildings and structures” in the same university.

Giorgio became partner at VGA in 2014 and is currently responsible for all masterplans and corporate projects of the studio in addition to all the design and artistic aspects of the office production.

Marco Aloisini
Design Director, Partner

Marco joined the practice in 2007 and has been involved in a number of projects from large masterplans to smaller residential projects for Vittorio Grassi and Partners.
In particular he has developed a strong expertise in sports and leisure projects and is now the partner in charge of projects of this type.

He led the Sports Hall of Lamezia Terme project from winning the competition to completing the construction of the site; thanks to his awareness of contemporary buildings in historic settings, he followed the careful restoration of the Antica Cà Litta in Milan.

Previously Marco had worked at Renzo Piano’s Building Workshop in Paris and Genoa, where he took part in several European and worldwide projects focused on museums and other cultural buildings.

He is currently leading the Waterfront Flegreo team, working on a complex mixed-use masterplan with residential, retail, offices, a hotel, a marina and a public park.

Marco became partner at VGA in 2014 and is responsible for all management apects and technical procedures. He is also supervisioning all projects in Africa and the United States.


Enrico De Carlo
Business Development, Partner

Enrico De Carlo was born in 1966 and just after his Master Degree in Architecture at the Faculty of Genoa in 1994 he started working at Renzo Piano Building Workshop.

In 2004 he started his own architectural practice and in 2013 he joined Vittorio and together they founded a new branch of the office called Vittorio Grassi & DCA Partners in Paris – Architecture et Urbanisme - where Enrico is Partner and President.

As heir of a family with a long tradition in the construction industry, Enrico makes the most of the expertise of the family business, working specifically on the restoration of

historic buildings.

He has a wealth of experience and has worked on a number of significant projects.
He is responsible for the cultural and heritage projects and for the business development of the office.

Enrico is also responsible for the Health and Safety services and provides technical and contractual support on the main projects.

He is currently involved in a variety of jobs across the office including the “Jardins d'El Menzah II” Masterplan in Tunis and the a project for a telecommunication company.

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Senior Architect

Ines returned to Vittorio Grassi and Partners in 2014 and has since worked on a variety of masterplanning, residential, education and cultural projects.

She was the project architect for latter stages and technical design of the masterplan for Military City of Cecchignola in Rome.

Ines is currently working on the Waterfront Flegreo Masterplan in Pozzuoli – Naples, providing residential, retail, a hotel and public facilities into a mixed-use complex, including 280 apartments and a public park as part of our wider urban strategy of regeneration of a former industrial site.

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Chief Financial Officer - Partner

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Luigi Procchi
Chief Financial Officer, Partner

Luigi was born in 1965 and has a vast professional experience in administration and accounting in companies working all over the world.

Partner of Vittorio Grassi Architetto & Partners since 2007, Luigi is in charge primarily of managing the financial risks of the firm.

He is also responsible for financial planning and record keeping, as well as financial reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and to the Board of Directors, of which he is part.

Luigi supervises the Finance Unit on all strategic matters related to budget management, cost benefit analysis, forecasting needs and the securing of new fundings.

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BIM Senior Architect

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