Carlo Pianosi, was born in 1965 in Rome, where he still lives and works.
He graduated in Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture of Rome in 1995 with a degree in Architectural planning (with the project of a large building block in the central quarter “Prati” in Rome). After the degree he becomes protagonist in the world of work and he founded in 1998 with some colleagues the study “MIA Architecture”, with whom he develops multiple collaborations both as Architect and as a Designer, with architects, academics and engineering companies, participating in numerous international competitions in architecture and town planning.
With this activity also came prizes and selections: for the Sarajevo Concert Hall in 1999 he wins and approaches the final stage of the international competition for young architects; in 2001 received the 3rd prize for the project of the Planetarium and Science Museum in the town of Cosenza; in 2002 was awarded for the project model of residential units for large buildings in condominium of Yamada Corporation in Tokyo.
Since 2000 he is a consultant designer and 3d modelling architect in the professional network coordinated by arch. Pier Paolo Balbo, Professor of Urban Planning at the Faculty of Architecture of Rome, as part of activities relating to the analysis and design of the urban and existing architectural heritage, urban design and for large-scale architectural planning, redevelopment projects, landscape architecture, analysis of territorial morphologies, projects for parks and museum centers.
At the same time as an independent professional is involved in architecture, interior design, product design and communication. Since 2007 he founded his studio “Carlo Pianosi Architect” and later also proposals came for work abroad, especially in the luxury furniture tailored industry and turnkeys systems contract. For these activities he works both in the artistic concept and as product manager, representing an important node in a network of high specialized professionals (craftsmen, installers, decorators, carpenters), and as a researcher and promoter of materials, finishes and design “Made in Italy”. His design research in the furniture and lighting industry led him to realize, for private clients, numerous projects, such as showrooms, shops, offices and exhibition spaces (offices White&Case in Rome, showrooms Assa Abloy for Almoajil Holding in Jeddah, KSA)
Studio Pianosi at 28b of via Cimarra in “Rione Monti” Rome
Since 2006 he founded his studio “Carlo Pianosi Architect” and later also proposals came for work abroad, especially in the luxury furniture tailored industry and turnkeys systems contract. For these activities he works both in the artistic concept and as product manager, representing an important node in a network of high specialized professionals (craftsmen, installers, decorators, carpenters), and as a researcher and promoter of materials, finishes and design “Made in Italy”.
Since 2008 the activities of production, preparation and post sales support of furniture designed by the firm are coordinated with the small firm Pentarredo in Rome that counts among its clients important brands in the luxury sector (www.pentarredo.com)
Since 2010 also, to meet with a high degree efficiency to the increasingly complex demands for communication in the world of design, Studio Pianosi became Italian partner of Archlab.de group created by architect Marcus Kalusche in Dresda, European excellence for 3D visualization, photorealistic renderings and animation films presentation to architectural projects and support to the real estate marketing (www.archlab.de).
It remains strong cultural identification and the local inspiration that comes from being physically present in the heart of Rome. The “28b” is the first coworking space in the center of the Rione Monti: a workspace and shared creativity inspired by the concept of professional collaboration between the architect, artisans and professionals of the sector and sees as an engine the sharing of spaces, ideas and skills. The study is associated from 2014 to the cultural association “Arti e mestieri – Rione De Monti” for the exploitation of manual labor and craft present in the workshops of the historic center.