foto/photo: Daniele Regis
ARCHITECT GIOVANNI BARBERIS
In 1992 he entered the family Building Company with the task of Project managing of big sites as well as architectural design. He carried out research in the field ofenergy savings in buildings in collaboration with researchers from the Politecnico di Torino. Currently specializes in the Architectural design, his recent principal projects are Paralup Village, Bartolo Mascarello winery in Barolo, restoration of Palazzo Ferraris in Cherasco. Since a few months, he is vice-president of the building commission for the municipality of Verduno in Langhe Unesco District.
ARCHITECT DARIO CASTELLINO
Since 1994 he has been involved in architectural design, restoration, setting up of museum spaces and rescue of the Alpine architectural heritage. He designed the Tucci Russo Contemporary Art Gallery, the recovery of the Vinadio Fort, the enhancement of the Linari Castle, the restoration of the villages Paraloup and Campofei, the Victor Salvi Harp Museum, the restoration of the San Paolo Church in Caraglio, the Parusso winery in Monforte d'Alba and dozens of residential buildings.
ARCHITECT VALERIA COTTINO
Since 1996 she addresses her activity towards recovery and restoration, architectural design, museum construction. She designed the museums on the Unity of Italy, the Accordion and the Resistance; the urban redevelopment of the city of Apt (France) and of the Alpine villages of Paraloup, Campofei, Ferriere. She’s President of Architettura Senza Frontiere Piemonte (Architecture Without Borders) since 2010, leading projects in Italy and abroad dealing with Social Architecture. The approach is multidisciplinary and inclusive with a special attention to local communities and use of alternative materials, like straw.
ARCHITECT DANIELE REGIS
PhD and Post-Ph. Doctor in History of Architecture and Urban Planning (with Roberto Gabetti) is associate professor in Architectural and Urban Design at the Department of Architecture and Design of the Polytechnic of Turin. He is author of over 200 scientific publications particularly focused on the recovery of the Alpine heritage.