Marchisciana Saverio Adriano
Was born in Gela in 1972. In 1993 he enrolled in the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Palermo, where he graduated with honors. During his academic career he worked with the architect Marco Scarpinato and joined the group "autonomeforme" of Palermo.
From 2007 to 2009 he collaborated with the Architect Marco Navarra and his office NOWA. During this period he participated in the experimental design of the pavilion "Mongo Palace" - which was later published in the international architecture magazine Domus - and in the eleventh International Architecture Exhibition of the Biennale of Venezia: "Italy looks for a house". The project proposed was "Abitare Straniero" (Venice , September-November 2008). In 2010 participates in the exhibition "Oil & non Oil" at the international fair in Modena, with the project "Gas Station Project", proposing new ideas to build a totally innovative type of Gas Station.
After a period in which he worked in the world of construction of steel structures as the technical director, he decided to fully dedicate himself to architectural design.