Nicola Auciello established the na3-studio Architecture Studio in 2003 basing its projects on a poetic-emotional journey and unrelated to unnecessary temporary virtuosisms.
The scope of intervention ranges from research to design in public, residential and interior architecture, industrial design and exhibit design, using an established network of specialist consulting where necessary. Recent works include the Caritas Centre for the Homeless in Ladispoli (Rome), designed together with Beniamino Servino. In 2010, again in Ladispoli, the studio designed the multi-purpose sports centre for artistic gymnastics. In 2008, the redevelopment of Unicredit Banca branches in Lazio for the Capitalia Group. In Rome in 2001, the studio took part in the refurbishment and redecorating of the Museum of Roman Civilization on behalf of Fiat Engineering (now Maire Engineering) with Marta Laudani, Marco Romanelli and Massimo Noceto.
The work completed by studio na3 has won awards and accolades, and has been published in Italian and international books and magazines, as well as being displayed in conferences and exhibitions including, among the most important: MAXXI Rome, Triennale Milan, Complesso del Vittoriano Rome, Casa dell'architettura Rome, MRSN Museum Turin, National Museum of Science and Technology Milan, PalazzoValmarana Braga Vicenza, Shanghai Architecture Biennale, Terni Architecture Festival, Visions beyond Media Florence, Sofia's World Triennial of Architecture, Finland Pavilion Seville, Salone del Mobile Milan, MiArt Milan, BuildUp Milan. In 2010 the studio was mentioned for the InArch Regional Award for Contemporary Architecture RomArchitettura4 in the category: "intervention completed, designed a young designer". That same year, the studio won the Residential Space Design Excellence Award at the IAI Shanghai Architecture Biennale (China).
In 2013, the studio was mentioned for the ‘La Ceramica e il Progetto’ (Ceramics and Design) Confindustria Ceramica award at the MAXXI in Rome. Nicola supplements his design activities with teaching design at IED and historical-critical research, by publishing essays about architecture and design.Nicola Auciello architect
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