Based in Rome, Delogu Architecture is an architectural planning practice founded in 2001 by Francesco Maria Delogu.
The office has been in charge of several significant projects like the Italian Culture Institute in Prague, the retail area in the Formula 1 circuit in Abu Dhabi, the Almod Diamonds Headquarters in New York, the Merrill Lynch Office in Rome, a luxury condominium in Sochi, and many others in Italy, China, Florida, Ecuador, Colombia and Saint Martin.
In 2004, the studio was selected to build the 250 rooms resort Dream of Zanzibar and started to be involved in many other hotel and resorts projects: a new resort in Zanzibar, Hideaway of Nungwi, the Humboldt Hotel in the historical center of Quito, a new resort again in Zanzibar Muyuni Emerald.
Starting in 2017 Delogu Architecture begins working for Reuben Brothers London, being selected for the Corinthia Rome Hotel, the La Palma Oetker Collection in Capri, and the Portosole Hotel in Sanremo.
Francesco Maria Delogu (1962) graduated from ‘La Sapienza’ University in Rome in 1990. In the same year, alongside Gaetano Lixi, he founded ‘Delogu Lixi Associates Architects’ in Rome, which continued to operate until 2000. In 2001, he became the owner of ‘Delogu Associati’ and further concluded the business in 2014 to coincide with the re-entry of ‘Nemesi’ in business, one of the founding members in 2007. After achieving an MA at the Pratt Institute in New York (1992), he performed ongoing teaching activities both abroad (New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1997) and in Italy at ‘La Sapienza’ University of Rome (2002 – 2012), as well as several teaching experiences as a Visiting Professor in Italian Faculties and more. In 2008, he was named curator by Aaron Betsky all ‘XI International Architecture Exhibition – Out There’.
1990 BA Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, University “La Sapienza” Rome
1992 MA Architecture, Pratt Institute, New York
1997 Visiting professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology, New Jersey
2002 – 2012 Visiting professor, Faculty of Architecture, University “La Sapienza” Rome
2017 Visiting professor, Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin School of Architecture, Chicago
2018 Critic for the Frank Lloyd Wright Taliesin Summer School of Architecture Workshop, Rome
The studio currently employs architects, engineers, and interior designers, and develops projects with the most advanced software 2D and 3D programs, including BIM Technology.
And last but not least, Birillo!
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