Antonio Guarneri Architetto

Via L. da Vinci, 6, 33030 Basaldella UD, Italia

Antonio Guarneri was born in Udine and graduated in Architecture at I.U.A.V. of Venice in 1989, with the thesis: hypotheses for the recovery of the former colony of "maritime Milan" as a center of tourist services - the recovery of the object through the requalification of rationalist architecture as a strategy for urban and environmental redevelopment. With this project in 1991 he won the 1st prize as the best project of the Cervese reality. Since 1990 he has been working as an architect in the field of architectural design at his own Architecture & Research Studio in Basaldella di Campoformido in the province of Udine. From 1989 to 1991, he followed the construction of a hotel & casino in the Caribbean, in collaboration with the Miami design studio, which led him to direct knowledge of the advanced construction systems of American construction. From 2000 to 2004 he carried out the extra-professional activity of Operational Director of the Medieval Archaeological Museum of Attimis (UD) which he himself designed. The architect's predominant design activity is deliberately directed towards the construction of private residential villas, known as "Ville di Luce". A distinctive sign of its villas is that at a high aesthetic value corresponds a low cost of construction. This thanks to the continuous research, in 35 years of professional activity, of new technologies and materials and construction techniques that has allowed the Arch.Guarneri to create "Ville di Luce" ing & arch and tec, or a new integrated construction system that through a determined production / construction process based essentially on the choice, adoption and application of certain materials, cutting-edge technologies and nanotechnologies, allows high architectural and construction quality at a low construction cost