Claudio Turrini

Claudio Turrini

Since his first years of the Civil Engineering course at the “Università degli Studi di Brescia”, he showed interests for integrated design between architecture and engineering. This first educational stage was accomplished in 1999, getting the Civil Engineering master degree by the thesis titled “Engineering and Architectural knowledge of Santiago Calatrava’s work”, which was an innovative study that churned a  research current at the Civil Engineering university of Brescia. In 2005 he decided to give institutional validation to his architectural competences applying to the Architecture university “Politecnico” of Milan, where he got graduated in July 2011 by the thesis titled “The new center of the great Bergamo”.

In 2000 he started working with Lamberto Cremonesi at the engineering and architectural firm Tecne, nowadays called CREMONESI WORKSHOP.

In 2001 he was appointed as project manager for the bid design and the subsequent schematic and detailed designs of the light automatic subway of Brescia, which lasted for 12 years and was successfully inaugurated in March 2013.

His ability to combine the engineering functional requirements with the architectural aesthetic ones makes him able to face all the aspects of the urban infrastructures in the name of the architectural quality. Since 2010 he has been involved as architectural design project manager of the Milan Metro M4 stations, increasing and widening his know-how about the integration between architecture and systems and functional design.

The Ryadh metro line 3 was another chance for him to develop and to sharpen his knowledge about functional design and infrastructure architecture. Thanks to his passionate ans hard work, he is now the chief of architectural department.

Head of the Architectural Department