IOSA GHINI Associati

Architettura e Design | Bologna | Desde 1990 | Empleados 35

IOSAGHINI Associati - Bologna
Architettura e Design
Via Castiglione, 6, 40124 Bologna, Italia
Teléfono +39 512 365 63
Fax +39 512 377 12


IOSA GHINI Associati
Massimo Iosa Ghini, Architect

Born in 1959, Massimo Iosa Ghini is architect, designer and professor. Since 1985, he has been part of the avant-garde design movements in Italy, like Bolidismo and Memphis Group of Ettore Sottsass.
During this period, he opened Iosa Ghini Associates in Bologna and Milan.

Massimo Iosa Ghini designs products and develops art directions for leading Italian and foreign firms. His professional growth as an architect developed through his work in designing architectures, cultural and commercial spaces, and retail chains around the world.

Since 2007 he is theaching at MBA Alma Graduate School of Bologna University and since 2008 he is Adjunct Professor at School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University. His works can be found in various international museums and private collections.


Iosa Ghini Associates has offices in Bologna, in an old fourteenth-century building, and in Milan, with a staff of about thirty-five persons.

Since 1986 Iosa Ghini Associati has been working on design and architecture projects with the goal of supplying its international experience to a select group of customers. Over the years, it has gained extensive experience in developing projects for major companies, among them Ferrari, Percassi Group, Italian Post, Alitalia, Seat Yellow Pages and Italian telephone companies. Among its architectural projects is the work done in Miami (USA) to design a covered plaza surrounded by commercial space, developing the theme of a mall for luxury cars. The studio was also commissioned by Ustra to design the main underground station of Hannover, opened for Expo 2000.

In the last years the Studio has been invited to many selected competitions; among them a convention area for the international company G.D., Italy, the Maserati and Enzo Ferrari’s house Museum, the “Museo della Città” in Bologna, the new area for the city administration, Campidoglio Due in Rome, the People Mover project in Bologna, presented in project financing and currently in progress.