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Aldo Cacchioli Exceptional, continuous and distinctive creativity in architecture After working for a renowned architectural office for more than fifteen years, Aldo Cacchioli successfully founded his own architectural office in 1997. To summarise Aldo Cacchioli’s ideas: “On the one hand, an architect has to think of the people, but on the other hand he has to accept challenges and let a certain amount of interference happen.” Residential projects are part of the architect’s current portfolio.
dices. For nearly 20 years, Cacchioli’s work has thrived on this concept.
TEXT: JESSICA HOLZHAUSEN | PHOTOS: © MATTEO AROLDI
“When I think about our architectural office, I like to use the word‘atelier’and think of everything this term implies,”says Aldo Cacchioli. An atelier is the workplace of creative people with great and new ideas; for architecture, this means that every pro-
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ject is unique, each one is the product of exceptional, continuous and distinctive creativity. But it also means that an architectural project is influenced by its surroundings, the location and the inhabitants, without being restricted by preju-
Aldo Cacchioli © Chiara Tiraboschi