PROF. PIETRO REALI

Pietro Reali is an Italian architect specialized in the fields of theory and aesthetics of renovation, architectural heritage restoration, public works and sustainable architecture.

1953 Born in Rome on the 29th of June, 1953 to a middle class Italian family – his mother from Tuscany and father from the Marches;

1981 Diploma in architecture ( School of Architecture  “La Sapienza”, University of Rome) with a final thesis in RESTORATION OF MONUMENTS entitled “The valorization of the architectural patrimony of Sutri – thesis supervisor Prof. Franco Minissi;

1981 Member of the Order of Architects of Rome ;

1981-1982 Compulsory military service with the rank of reserve officer in the Corps of Engineers – focusing on work-overseeing activities – accruing experience in the field of public works;

1984 Postgraduate studies at the School of Specialization for the Study and Restoration of Monuments in the School of Architecture, University of Rome ;

Since 1982 Freelance architect, producing projects and researches for: various National Public Administrations – Ministry for Cultural and Environmental Heritage, Ministry of Public Works, Ministry of Economy and Finance, Ministry of Internal Affairs. Ministry of Defense; Regional, Provincial and Local Administrations; businesses of primary national importance – Lombardini SpA, SGR – Societa’ Gestione per il Realizzo SpA; international entities – Embassies and residences in Rome ;

1991 Technical director of the architectural planning company “Studio Progetto SrL” ;

2000 President of the Italian Interclub of the International Academy of Architecture (IAA) for which he is regularly organizing the international convention “Contemporary Architecture” at the “Campidoglio” ;

Since 2002 he is regularly invited to the University of Rome “La Sapienza” for cycles of lessons regarding the organization of architectonic renovation planning ;

2004 Consultant architect for the city of San Giuliano – revision of the General Urban Plan after the earthquake ;

2006  Professor of International Academy of Architecture (IAA);

2007 Member of the Architecture Academy of France (AAF) ;

2008 Permanent member of the Administrative Technical Committee (CTA – Ministry of the infrastructures – Campania Molise) in quality of expert for design and architecture.

Author of various essays in architecture, history of architecture, enhancement and appreciation of monuments, published in texts and journals.

The Studio for Architecture, of which he is the owner, makes use, within its organization, of qualified cultural contributions and entertains professional collaborations with prestigious names from structural and building service engineering from the Italian academic world and professionals from around the world.

Main projects:

  • Restoration of building in the historical centre of Rome for representative space, Rome – Private investor;
  • Exhibition “Sabina Castle” in S. Pancrazio church, Tarquinia (VT) – Archeoclub d’Italia ;
  • Archaeological and natural Park of Acquafredda Castle (XIII cen.), Siliqua (CA) – Municipality of Siliqua ;
  • National Library, Cosenza – Ministry of Culture andEnvironment ;
  • Static restoration of the ancient Bell Tower of Lucera Cathedral, Lucera (FG) – Ministry of Culture and Environment ;
  • Restoration of the ancient Baronial palace for Museum and Library, Ailano (CA) – Municipality of Ailano ;
  • Restoration of Renaissance complex for Officer Club Seat, Genova – Ministry of Defence ;
  • Restoration of the ancient Capuchin convent for Museum, Masullas (OR) – Municipality of Masullas ;
  • Bob track centre, Cervinia – Ministry of Defence ;
  • Restoration of the ancient roman villa “Oplontis”, Torre Annunziata (NA)  – Ministry of Culture and  Environment – Archaeological Department of Pompei ;
  • Restoration of the ancient roman villa San Marco, Castellammare di Stabia (NA) – Ministry of Culture and  Environment – Archaeological Department of Pompei ;
  • Wood Museum in the Archaeological site of Ercolano (NA) – Ministry of Culture and  Environment – Archaeological Department of Pompei ;
  • New refectory and guest rooms in Salviati palace (CASD), Rome –  Ministry of War ;
  • Antiquarium in the Archaeological site of Pompei, Pompei (NA) – Ministry of Culture and Environment – Archaeological Department of Pompei ;
  • Architectural restoration of the Marina palace’s fronts, Roma –Ministry of Defence ;
  • Rehabilitation of the Marina Headquarters’ offices, Rome – Ministry of Defence ;
  • Requalification of the urban place “Roman gate” of San Gemini and new Hotel, San Gemini – Private investor;
  • Restoration of the ancient Spilling-mill “Cascina gatti” place for Nursing home, Castrezzato (BS)–  Private investor;
  • Restoration of S. Maria degli Angeli Church for a Concert hall, Ascoli Satriano – Municipality of Ascoli Satriano ;
  • Restoration of Palazzo Zapata into an Archaeological – nuragic, historical and ethnographic museum, Barumini – Municipality ofBarumini (CA) ;
  • Hotel, convention centre and sporting complex torecover an old industrial area and “Friuli’s Frigorifero “, Udine – Private investor;
  • New building for the customs, Gaeta – Ministry of Public Works ;
  • New firemen’s station,Terni – Ministry of Public Works ;
  • Rehabilitation of Forlanini hospital, Rome – S. Camillo – Forlanini hospital ;
  • Competition for the urbanization and new Headquarters of the Port Authority of Marina di Carrara, Massa – Carrara ;
  • International Competition for Hagar Qim & Mnajdra Heritage Park, Valletta (Malta) – Ministry for Youth and the Arts – Malta ;
  • New firemen’s station, Foggia – Ministry of Public Works ;
  • Building coverage of the of the necropolis and Archaeological Museum, Library and literary Park “Sergio Atzeni”, Quartucciu (CA) – Municipality of Quartucciu/European community ;
  • New firemen’s and diver’s station at the Port of Brindisi, Brindisi – Port Authority of Brindisi ;
  • Competition for the urbanization and coverage and exposure structure for the Punic-Roman necropolis of Villamar, Villamar (CA) – Municipality of Villamar ;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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