andrea rubini architetto
andrea rubini architetto

andrea rubini architetto

Andrea Rubini was born in Vigevano in 1979. He frequented the Milan Polytechnic and graduated with Stefano Boeri with his thesis on the reconstruction of L’Aquila after the earthquake.

After six years at lgb-architetti, in 2012 he started his own activity dealing principally dealing with interior design. In subsequent years he managed diverse projects, among which the transforma- tion of an industrial space into a nursery, the preliminary project for the new headquarters of the Museum of the Dome of Vigevano and for a sports centre.

His first fully realized works between 2012 and 2014 are three interior projects amongst which house#01 I 02 I 03 published on various architecture and interior design magazines.In 2015 he received the mandate for the organization of open spaces of two historical abbeys in the Pavia province.

The Divisare portal, always in 2015, published on its home page an interview with Andrea Rubini illustrating as well the house#01 and 02 projects.

In 2016 he received the mandate for the development of a preliminary project for a small church in the Pavia province.In 2017 he complete the restructure of the house#06 I 07 I 05 apartments, the latter inside a buil- ding from the 1930s where the past and present correspond together thanks to the use of iconic objects of masters of design, united as well with other recovered ones and new realisations made to measure. The project was published on the home page of Architettura Italiana.

In 2019, he complete the restructure of the house#08. 

Today, passion, continuity and curiosity are the hallmarks of the studio’s growth that deals with the restructuring of places to live, commercial spaces and offices.To describe my work, I like to recall the words of Gio Ponti.“.....Great architecture is considered as a statement of moral commitment and therefore has to contend with evil, speculation, haste, ignorance ; until such time that it triumphs and the right thoughts gain substance, it therefore requires constant and indefatigable repetition”