Registration : MARCH 15, 2023 to AUGUST 31, 2023 (US Eastern Time, UTC-5h)


Founder of Anna Merci Architecture

Anna Merci is an Architect and Landscape Architect (IUAV), specialized in Sustainable Urban Design, founder of Anna Merci Architecture. In 2013 she won the NIB Prize, which selects the top ten young Italian architects, Landscape section. After four years in Paris, she becomes a member of Renzo Piano G124, the Senator’s working group on Italian suburbs. Since 2008 she has won several national and international competitions and she has received mentions and awards for her works. The results have been published in various international magazines and shown in many exhibitions. She has participated in architectural exhibitions including Milan Triennale and La Biennale di Architettura di Venezia. For the 2016 Venice Biennale she was part of the Renzo Piano Building Workshop and G124 room. She has been invited to international workshops in collaboration with the Reggio Emilia Landscape Biennale and the FAI (the Italian National Trust). She has held lectures at various universities and cultural events, she has published various articles and she collaborates in Abitare magazine. Experienced works on various scales, from temporary installations to urban regeneration, focusing on the interaction between people, architecture and landscape. She has developed a distinctive approach driven by the conviction that architecture and design represent a crucial means to interrogate and comment on social, political and environmental phenomena. She believes that good architectural design is inspired from the surrounding environment, her projects reflect the spirit of the place, its specific character and quality. In 2018 she won the Arquine International Competition for the Mextro╠Çpoli Pavilion 2018 in Mexico City, now permanently reconstructed in Huerto Roma Verde and included in the best Mexican Architecture of the XXI Century. She is currently working on “Follow Me!”, an 33.180 square meters archaeological-ecological urban park in the historical context of Canosa di Puglia, south Italy. In 2021, she was selected among the best young European architects by the international jury of the YEA! Young European Architects award and in 2022 Anna Merci Architecture was the only Italian firm among the winners of the “Europe 40under40” The Best Emerging Young Architects & Designers in Europe. 

Cookie Consent

This website uses cookies or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalized recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy