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"CURRICULUM VITAE" MATTIA PRIOTTI I describe myself as a sunny person, brilliant, optimistic, ready to get involved and take risks to get what I most care about. A strong relational effectiveness turned out to be fruitful during my academic career. I have good team-work and problem-solving skills, acquired and improved during the course of study, which are essential and extremely important. I love architecture in all its facets, contemporary art and street-art. I am interested in technology and especially in technological innovations still in development. The passion for freehand drawing that I have had from a young age has encouraged the acquisition of skills in the field of design and representation of Architecture. During the years of University I approached the digital drawing world, 3D modeling and post-production topics that are become my strong point.

PERSONAL DETAILS /Date of birth /Addres

Torino, Italy


/Mobile /Mothertongue


/Other languages

English B2 (IELTS)

PERSONAL SKILLS /Software knowledge

Autodesk Autocad | Rhinoceros + Vray | Google Sketchup | Lumion | Cinema 4D | Autodesk 3Ds MAX | Adobe photoshop | Adobe Illustrator | Adobe Indesign | Microsoft office |

EDUCATION /Sept 2018 - current

Master Degree Program in Architecture for Sustainable Design

/2015 - 2018

Bachelor's Degree in Architecture

/2010 - 2015

High School Diploma, Leaving Certificate

| Politecnico di Torino | Italy |

| Politecnico di Torino | Italy |

| Technical Maturity for Surveyors M.Buniva | Pinerolo, To, Italy |


Collaboration with G-Studio | Turin, Italy |

/Mar - June 2018

Intern at Luca Barbero Architect | 3 months


Teaching assistant | Atelier composition and history


Teaching assistant | Atelier History of architecture and the city


Collaborator | Multimedia lab

/2013 - 2017

Intern at Survayor Enzo Armand Pilon

| Pinerolo, To, Italy |

| Prof. Enrico Moncalvo | Politecnico di Torino | Italy |

| Prof. Mauro Volpiano | Politecnico di Torino | Italy |

| Arch. Pietro Merlo | Politecnico di Torino | Italy |

| Survayor Enzo Armand Pilon | Torre Pellice, To, Italy |

WORKSHOP /Mar -June 2019

Comunicare l'architettura: realta' virtuale e altri media

/Oct 2019

Atelier 2000_ scenari di progetto in alta quota

| Prof. Franca Ceresa | Politecnico di Torino | Italy |

| Prof. Roberto Dini | IAM - Istituto di Architettura Montana | Bionaz, Ao, Italy |


Re-use the castle | Ripafratta castle

/July 2018

Una Forma per l'Acqua | Fourth best

/July 2018

Raffaele Sirica Prize "The way of architects "

/Mar 2018

BEST Architecture Competition | VIII edition | First best

| | Re-use Italy | San Giuliano Terme, Pi, Italy |

| | Milan, Italy |

| | Rome, Italy |

| | Social District of the Barolo Opera | Turin, Italy |

WORKSHOP | Atelier 2000 | 2019 |

| Prof. Roberto Dini | IAM - Istituto di Architettura Montana | Bionaz, Ao, Italy | The protection of the Alpine landscape, accessibility, securing the territory, the transformation and reuse of building structures (such as shelters, bivouacs, mountain pastures, disused structures, etc..), the exploitation of territorial resources, sustainable tourism, are now more than ever emerging issues that bring into play central issues such as the sustainability of interventions, the relationship with the landscape, the rationalization of living space, the use of new materials and construction techniques, energy efficiency, the revival of local microeconomies. The project focused on the recovery of a historic bivouac, built in the 1970s, the Franco Spataro bivouac. An extension was planned in which a living area was designed with an adjoining storage area for material for mountaineers and climbers. The sleeping area has been inserted into the existing volume, maintaining the original load-bearing structure. The intervention was designed following an analysis of the needs of the territory, to avoid overloading the existing tourist offer.

COMPETITION | Re-use the castle | 2019 |

| | Re-use Italy | Ripafratta castle, San Giuliano Terme, Pi, Italy | The Castle of Ripafratta, one of the most important fortress of Tuscany, is a ruin since the XVI century. The last renovation was designed by the famous renaissance architect Antonio da Sangallo in 1504, probably in collaboration with Leonardo da Vinci. The starting point of our project was the connection between the fortress and the village and the one between Niccolai tower and the CAI paths, made by new pedestrian and carriageable routes. Unlike the other walkways, these ones are designed favoring the slope, in order to make them asaccessible as possible.





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ATELIER | Atelier Interior design | 2017-2018 |

| Prof. Valeria Minucciani, Prof. Anna Pellegrino |Politecnico di Torino | Milan, Italy |

The aim of the Atelier was to develop the specific sensitivity for the interior space and the necessary technical and cultural skills. This is an important area of professional practice, such as mastering specific graphic and distribution aspects, materials, components, furniture and lighting of spaces. The lighting, in particular, has been studied in depth as a technical, architectural and scenic element, fundamental both for the quality of perception and for the functionality of the interior environments.


Pianta piano terra

The renovation of the apartment was carried out in full compliance with the requests of the clients, who required a home that could be functional and at the same time elegant and modern. On the main floor there is a large open space living area, a service bathroom with laundry, a master bedroom and a guest bedroom with private bathrooms. The attic has also been restored, which has been converted into a study, an indoor greenhouse and two bedrooms for children.


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Pianta piano sotto tetto

Pianta piano terra

ATELIER | Build in the built | 2016-2017 |

| Prof. Antonio De Rossi, Prof. Daniela Bosia |Politecnico di Torino | Valdieri, Cn, Italy | The theme of the Atelier is the development of an architectural and construction project for a building in a context of so-called "slow territories" or "minor territories". These are mainly rural areas, where local development is centred on attention to the environment and landscape and on the enhancement of local identity, cultural and gastronomic traditions. The specific context is a foothill area. The themes of the project concerned productive and tourist functions linked to the specific territory such as, for example, wineries or production buildings, service structures, accommodation facilities or restaurants, sales areas of typical products.

The project involved the construction of a new building, the extension and recovery of some existing buildings.





Abitazione del Custode Area Relax


Sala polifunzionale Palestra di Boulder Torre di arrampicata Terrazza panoramica Appartamenti e suites Deposito attrezzatura sportiva Deposito dei locali di servizio Bike-sharing

Appartamenti Camere e camerate

Lavanderia e servizi

Concept compositivo

DRAWING | Free-hand drawings |


Profile for Mattia Priotti


Mattia Priotti _ 2020 _ Architecture portfolio


Mattia Priotti _ 2020 _ Architecture portfolio