Modostudio, located in Rome, is a multi-disciplinary practice of architecture,
urban planning and industrial design. Profiting from the diversified skills of
the founding partners and the continual collaboration with experts from
various fields, Modostudio combines architectural theory, research,
innovation and experimentation with high technical knowledge and
Established at the end of 2006 by three principal architects, Fabio Cibinel,
Roberto Laurenti, and Giorgio Martocchia, after many years of
collaborating with internationally acclaimed architects like Massimiliano
Fuksas, Piero Sartogo, Erik Van Egeraat and Kas Oosterhuis, Modostudio
in a short time was awarded and shortlisted in many international
Modostudio is consolidated with the exceptional experience accumulated
by the associates in the past years working on projects in more than 15 countries worldwide, in
Europe, the United States, Africa, Asia and the Middle East, of various
architectural typologies including urban planning, museums, conference
centers, hotels, theaters, universities, offices, residences, exhibition
spaces, sports and Olympic complexes, religious buildings, marinas and
commercial ports, spa, health centers, shopping centers, retail interiors.
In particular the office completed a 13.500sqm office building in Nola (IT) for
Giorgia & Johns spa fashion company, the new headquarters for the german
Elisabeth and Helmut Uhl research foundation in Laives (IT) and a research
building for Intecs spa company in Rome and actually is ongoing the
construction for the Sewoonsangga restructuring citywalk project in Seoul
(KR) and the new theater and park of Piazza d’Armi site in L’Aquila (IT).
modostudio partners have been teaching architecture at Cornell University, architecture faculty in 2008, 2013, 2016 and 2018 sustainable design at Inarch postgraduate master between 2010 and 2016 and architectural design at IED - European Institute of Design in Rome between 2011 and 2015.
modostudio works have been exhibited in the Italian Pavillion at 13th and 16th Architecture Biennale in Venice, at Shanghai Expo 2010.