BEMaa is an architectural design practice based in Milano (Italia), founded in 2007 by Ombra Bruno, Christiane Egger and Paolo Mazzoleni. BEMaa mainly deals with housing design at different scales, from interior design and private houses to collective housing and urban design, with an emphasis upon bespoke solutions and contextual designs. More in general, the practice has designed and built public buildings, office buildings, schools, retail spaces and public spaces which provide inspiring environments in which to live, learn, work and play. Over the years, we have also developed a specific expertise in exhibition design, with particular attention to temporary exhibitions and nomadic structures.
Time Shrine Foundation present ONE - One Planet One Future by Anne de Carbuccia, an exhibition of ethereal photographs that powerfully depict what we have and what we may lose. The exhibition, will run from September 16th through November 21st, 2016 at Westbeth Center for the Arts, New York, design by Ombra Bruno - BEMaa.
Rome, 13 January 2016: presentation of the new headquarters TIM, project by UNO-A architetti associati, Studio Calzoni, BEMaa, Paolo Bodega Architettura (bioclimatic plan), Emanuele Naboni (sustainable planning and simulations), Studio Iorio srl (structural project), General Planning (fittings, fireproof and calculations).
Second place to the planning Contest concerning the project of the new Science Centre of Naples for the project developed by the partnership of Calzoni Architects, UNO-A architects, BEMaa, Stefano Tropea | B22, Maria Teresa D'Agostino (landscape), Francesco Iorio (structures) and Faletti Zenucchi (technical installations).