Gentle transformations of the existing

Studio Asti has been working since the early 2000s in the historic fabric of Milan with projects that give new life to historic buildings. Your activity focuses mainly on the renovation of buildings, reuse, reinterpreting the ancient elements 

according to the needs of contemporary living, in the light of the rules of the market, with a non-textual architecture that identifies itself with a new “normality”.

Gentle transformations
of the existing

Studio Asti has been working since the early 2000s in the historic fabric of Milan with projects that give new life to historic buildings. Your activity focuses mainly on the renovation of buildings, reuse, reinterpreting the ancient elements according to the needs of contemporary living, in the light of the rules of the market, with a non-textual architecture that identifies itself with a new “normality”.

Asti Architetti Il Libro
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Asti Architetti – The Book

Asti Architetti – The Book The volume documents the work of Studio Asti which, since the early 2000s, has been working in the city of Milan with a dual intention:

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Spiga 5

Spiga 5 Asti Architetti has designed the project for the building in Via della Spiga, home to Ralph Lauren’s elegant flagship store The sober and “gentle” elegance of the approach

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Ceresio 7-9

Ceresio 7-9 Asti Architetti has renovated and converted into office space the old A2A building in Via Ceresio 7/9 next to the new headquarters of the Associazione per il Disegno

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Anteprima News Biennale Sessions 2021-Asti-Architetti
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Biennale Sessions

BIENNALE SESSIONS BIENNALE ARCHITETTURA 2021, Biennale Sessions, Venezia, Arsenale Paolo Asti at the Biennale Sessionsof 17. International Architecture Exhibition, Howwillwe live together? Curated by Hashim Sarkis, took part attheseminar Quartieri

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Paolo Asti - Asti Architetti Website

My professional history basically develops on the existing, in the extremely stratified context of the historical City. The urban fabric, mainly because it is ”fabric”, does not need to be torn.

Paolo Asti