Architect Ergian Alberg (BArch MSc Hons)
Partner @ AQUILIALBERG ARCHITECTS
Ergian Alberg (1972) has worked over 10 years in graphic design, advertising and publications companies.
He obtained his Bachelor in Architecture and Master of Science with honour from Politecnico di Milano and TUDelft, Technical University of Delft, the Netherlands.
He participated in Architectural Masterclasses and Workshops throughout Europe, in particular Spain, Portugal and Holland where he began his professional career as an architect working @ Office for Metropolitan Architecture with Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam. In addition, he worked within the research & in-store technology at AMO, for the PRADA stores in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
He worked @ ONL with Kas Oosterhuis and Ilona Lenard, exploring parametric design and innovative mass-customization processes using the -File to Factory- technology. He has been teaching @ Delft University of Technology: Hyper-interactive-architecture.
He also worked as project architect for different scale projects, from product design to architecture.@ UNStudio with Ben van Berkel & Caroline Bos in Amsterdam and in London @ Zaha Hadid Architects.
In 2004 he started up a Zaha Hadid Architects office in Beijing, China, where he has been responsible for 1 Million sqm Masterplan project.
His work has been published and show-cased worldwide.
He writes about architecture and design for italian magazines and newspapers such as Il Sole24Ore, Interni, L’Arca, Progettare and Industria delle Costruzioni.
In 2006, along with Laura Aquili he founded AQUILIALBERG ARCHITECTS.
Architect Laura Aquili (BArch MSc)
Partner AQUILIALBERG ARCHITECTS
Laura Aquili (1973) studied Architecture in Milan at Politecnico di Milano where she graduated with honour, exploring new concepts in the fields of landscape design, conservation and architectural design.
She participated in Architectural Masterclasses and Workshops throughout Europe. After intense and enriching work experience in Holland, she joined the office ONL working with Kas Oosterhuis and Ilona Lenard in Rotterdam, exploring parametric design and experimental programmatic structure for the exhibition NON Standard Architecture at the Centre George Pompidou in Paris.
She worked at Massimilianio Fuksas office in Rome and @ Zaha Hadid Architects, commuting between the London and Beijing offices. She worked on the futuristic project -Future Home- for the Beijing Urban Planning Bureau committment taken on by Soho China Ltd, an experimental, visionary and extreme language for future living and on the exhibition -Salieri sulle tracce di Mozart- at Palazzo Reale in Milan for the re-opening after the renovation of the Teatro alla Scala.
Her work has been published and show-cased Worldwide.
She writes about architecture and design for Italian magazines and newspapers such as Il Sole 24 Ore, Interni, L’Arca, Progettare and Industria delle Costruzioni.
In 2006, along with Ergian Alberg she founded AQUILIALBERG ARCHITECTS.