PROF. MANFREDI NICOLETTI

Manfredi Nicoletti, Master in Architecture M.I.T., USA; recently appointed “Commandeur de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres” by the French Government; Emeritus Professor at the Rome University “La Sapienza”; Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects; Vice President of the International Academy of Architecture; Member of the Academy of Russia, the International Academy of Moscow and the Architecture Academy of France.

Collaboration with Walter Gropius, Minorou Yamasaki and P.L. Nervi, Manfredi Nicoletti is a pioneer in Megastructures and in Bioclimatic Urban and Architectural Design; Expert in Architectural Ecology for the Italian Government and the European Community, member of the Italian Institute of Bioclimatic Architecture (ENEA), of Eurosolar, and of PLEA (Passive and Low Energy Association); he received the International Award of WREN (World Renewable Energy Network).

Main projects:

  • The Putrajaya Waterfront development Kuala Lumpur Malaysia (2008-2012) 1st Prize International Competition, under construction;
  • The Central concert hall “Kazakhstan”, Astana, New Capital of Kazakhstan (2003-2009), 1st Prize International Competition, under construction;
  • The Santamonica Church, Milan (2008-2010), under construction;
  • The Nigeria Cultural Centre and the Tower of Nigeria – Abuja, Nigeria (2006-2011), under construction;
  • The Millennium Park – Abuja, New Capital of Nigeria, inaugurated by HM Queen Elisabeth II, built;
  • Hall of Justice, Lecce (2002-2004), European Competition, 1st Prize, built;
  • The Palermo sport palace (1999-2001), built;
  • The New Hall of Justice Arezzo (2002-2007), European Competition, 1st Prize, built;
  • The New Hall of Justice Campobasso (2002-2006), European Competition, 1st Prize, under development;
  • The New Hall of Justice Reggio Calabria (2000-2011), European Competition, 1st Prize, under construction;
  • The G8 Conference Centre, Italian Chamber of Deputies’ Annex, Palazzo Marini, Rome, built;
  • The Scientific Greenhouse for Tropical Butterflies, Catania University, European Competition, 1st Prize, built;
  • The New Acropolis Museum, Athens (1990-1999), International Competition, with Studio Passarelli, 1st Prize;
  • The New Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt (1989-1990), International Competition, 2nd Prize;
  • Cardiff Opera bay House (1994-1995), International Competition, First Stage winner;
  • The Udine University City, Udine (1987-2001), National Competition, 1st Prize, built;
  • The Passenger Terminals in the Catania, Pantelleria, Trapani Airports, National Competition, 1st Prize, built;
  • The New Hall of Justice of Rome Piazzale Clodio (with G. Perugini), National Competition, 1st Prize, built;
  • The Ville Satellite of the Monaco Principality, Fontvielle, Monaco Principality, partially built;
  • Restructuring of the Seafront of Reggio Calabria (1976-1988), National Competition, 1st Prize built

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