Fri, 9 October 2015
354: Marco Visconti is an Italian Architect Who Designs Buildings for Ferrari, Fiat, Automotive Museums and More
Marco Visconti is the principal at Marco Visconti Architects in Turin, Italy. There he has wrapped his passion for the automobile in to many of the projects he designs. Some of his achievements including the industrial complex at Fiat Melfi, computer centers for railways, showrooms for cars in Berlin, Paris, and London. He designed the halls mechanics, painting, and restaurant for Ferrari in Maranello and conference room of the automobile museum in Turin. His focus is on a sensitivity to global environmental conditions, sustainable standards and low impact materials and building quality.