Studio Nemesi: Italia Pavilion – Expo 2015

Italia Expo 2015 Pavilion, Milano

Italia Expo 2015 Pavilion, Milano photo / Nemesi Studio

Cornell in Rome Fall 2015 Lecture Series

Founded in 1997 by Michele Molè, Nemesi is an architecture and urban design firm. Nemesi’s architecture stems from a deep and continuous research and reworking of contemporary forms of expression, combined with a careful study of reference context input in dialogue with the surrounding territory. The research and professional activities of the firm are reflected through its meticulous work on the form and language underlying it, able to express technological and functional content as well as performance through consistent and poetic writings.

The hallmarks of the firm are found in its complex geometries, fluid spatial continuum with alternating full and empty spaces in close relation with the local context and the landscape, characterized by technological innovation and a sustainable approach to construction.

Nemesi has significant experience in the design of offices, residences, infrastructure, cultural and leisure facilities, public building, and master plans. Nemesi is based in the district of Pietralata, Rome, at the former Luciani woollen mill — a building that dates back to the 1940s and that was converted in 2007 with the intention of creating a citadel of art and architecture.

Nemesi is supported by Nemesi / Partner integrated services for architecture firm, founded in 2008 and managed by Molè and Susanna Tradati, associated partner.

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