In 1999 Stefano Gri and Piero Zucchi founded the architectural firm GEZA Gri and Zucchi Architetti Associati in Udine, that became GEZA Gri and Zucchi Architettura srl in 2018, with offices in Udine and Milan. They established a new partnership with CFK studio in Venice. Among the most important works, in addition to residential and housing realizations: Bosch / Freud Headquarters (2018, Udine), Faber Headquarters (2013, Cividale del Friuli), Pratic Headquarters and Production Complex (2011 and 2018 (enlargement) Fagagna), New Craft exhibition (2016, Fabbrica del Vapore, Triennale di Milano) and Casa della Musica (2010, Cervignano del Friuli). In 2017 the GEZA studio won the American Architecture Prize (Architectural Design / Industrial Buildings category) and the Architizer A + Awards Prize (Glazing Systems & Product category). In 2015 they obtained the Special Jury Award Italian Architect organized by the National Council of Architects. In 2012 the project won the Special Award for Private Customers - Gold Medal for Italian Architecture (Triennale di Milano). In the same year the project was present at the XIII Venice Biennale, in the exhibition curated by Luca Zevi.
Born in Udine in 1963, Stefano Gri graduated in architecture from IUAV University, Venice, in 1988. He has been registered with the Roll of Architects of Udine (Italy) since 1990. After a series of professional experiences in Italy, he moved to Barcelona, Spain, to work withe architects Tonet Sunyer + Jordi Badia in 1992. Since 2002 he has been Visiting Professor at IUAV of Venice, the University of Trieste/Gorizia in Italy, at the TUE of Eindhoven in the Netherlands, and at the University of Lubiana, in Slovenia.
Born in Udine in 1965, Piero Zucchi graduated in architecture from IUAV University, Venice, in 1992. He then studied at the ETSA in Seville, Spain, and attended a masterclass with Rem Koolhaas at BIA in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in 1994. He has been registered with the roll of architects of Udine since 1993. Zucchi worked with Studio Valle Architetti Associati in Udine from 1993 to 1998. Since 2002 he has been Visiting Professor at IUAV of Venice, the University of Trieste/Gorizia in Italy, at the TUE of Eindhoven in the Netherlands, and at the University of Lubiana, in Slovenia.