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Full House at the “Architectural Thoughts” of the Permasteelisa Group

Full House at the “Architectural Thoughts” of the Permasteelisa Group

Venice, 31 October 2016 - In conjunction with the XV Biennale of Architecture, the Permasteelisa Group continues its cycle of four exclusive lectures at its Venetian headquarters, Palazzo Giustinian Lolin, with some of the biggest names in contemporary architecture.


The first two meetings of “Architectural Thoughts at Permasteelisa” featured Gregg E. Jones, Principal of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects on 6 October 2016 and Mario Cucinella, Founder of Mario Cucinella Architects on 20 October 2016. They were both a huge success with the audience made up of professionals and representatives of the industry and students.


The speeches were very much appreciated by the audience and inspiring for students. They not only examined the collaborations with the Permasteelisa Group, but also offered insights on the current scenarios in the world of architecture and the evolutions of modern design.


This success was also confirmed by the full house of the third lecture held on Thursday 27 October 2016 at 6.30 pm, in the Palazzo Giustinian Lolin, featuring the internationally renowned architect and designer Daniel Libeskind, Founder and Principal Architect at Studio Libeskind.


The cycle will end on Thursday 24 November 2016 with a lecture by Sunand Prasad, Senior Partner and Co-founder of Penoyre & Prasad Architects and Gillian Horn, Partner of the same firm.


Permasteelisa’s mission has always been to turn the ideas of the world’s greatest architects into reality: “Together we have been able to create works that have changed the face of world cities, redefining the skyline” explained CEO of the Group, Riccardo Mollo, “and from here comes the recent recognition by CTBUH classifying our Group as one of the world’s top consultants for the Curtain Wall.”
“It is a great privilege to give voice to the protagonists of architecture in our Venetian “home,” continued Mollo, “and it is just as satisfying to offer culturally significant events to a mixed audience of experts and students who are able to draw inspiration from these events.”


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