As a small agile studio, we have designed residences, a variety of apartments, and exhibition installations. The latest installation in two abandoned highway tunnels in Trento will be included in the Venice Biennale (2010). We are also planning a lively future for a similar site.
The studio seeks sensitive solutions for everyday situations and an inventive transformation for industrial and obsolete sites. Able to engage with clients on all levels and motivated by the desire to find economical, imaginative, and sustainable solutions for a wide variety of buildings, our capacity to come up with intelligent responses has been recognized by publication in major journals.
Elisabetta Terragni is principal of her studio in Como (Italy) since 2001. After serving as an assistant at the Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich from 1997 to 1999. She moved to Montreal (Canada) for two years and later taught museography at the Milan Polytechnic. She has been Distinguished Visiting Professor at the New York Institute of Technology (2005-2006) and is currently Associate Professor at the City University of New York. She has taught studios and seminars at universities in Germany, Italy, and Switzerland.