Giuseppe Tortato
Francesco Giunta
Giuseppe Tortato

Giuseppe Tortato

Architects from via Morimondo 2/2, Milano, Italy
(...) Architectures that are born from the culture and history of places, marrying technology and the natural environment, with a strong integration between architectural and scenic elements (...)

Giuseppe Tortato, for over ten years, is the creator of many of the architecture produced by Milano Layout to which you recently added Giuseppe Tortato Architects, professional new container with which to continue and complement the activities developed so far.

The underlying theme of his design approach is to combine experimental dimension and environmental sensitivity with the concreteness professional: space enclosed by the high comfort in elegant architectures.

Born in Venice in 1967, he graduated from the Polytechnic of Milan and then moved to Amherst, Massachusetts, a small town university among the maple forests of New England, a few hours by car from Boston and New York. There, he worked with a pupil of Paolo Soleri to the creation of public and private buildings according to the principles of bioclimatic architecture.

He returned to Milan after a couple of years of collaboration with Dante Benini, tied their stories to those working in the studio Layout Milan, before becoming a partner, co-owner and then creating their own structure in the Real Estate dedicated to the design of new building complexes and urban regeneration. In 2012 he founded a new container Polisfluxa srl ​​professional with which it does business.

Beni Stabili has created for the SGR concept of Green Business Hotel in Milan and the project of the Metropole Hotel in Paris to GVA Redilco, Hospitality Award winner 2010.

He has worked as a lecturer in hotel design with the Polidesign of Milan and La Sapienza University in Rome. In addition to Morimondo 23 and Forging of Via Varesina recently completed, the premises of the company and Temporary Medical Ab, residential development Seaside Park in Trieste, the most significant changes are currently under construction.