BEMaa (Ombra Bruno Christiane Egger Paolo Mazzoleni architetti associati) was founded in 2007 as a formalization of five years of joint work between the partners in the group Officina di Architettura. In the field of housing design experience ranges from interior design and single-family houses to the design of urban housing.In the exhibition design, the study has established a specific experience in the exposition of photographs, having designed over the years exhibitions for, among others, Mimmo Jodice, Paul Thorel and Gregory Colbert.
born in turin in 1977, studied in Milan at the Politecnico and in spain at the E.T.S.A of Valladolid (Spain). Has a master degree in architecture and technology of architecture obtained at the Politecnico di milano (1999 - 2001). Since 2002 is member of the Milan chamber of architects and works mainly on private housing and exhibition design. Exhibition designer in the Ashes and Snow project from 2002 to 2007, curated the exhibition design for Gregory Colbert photographic work in the Venice at the Arsenale (2002) and in the Nomadic Museum by Shigeru Ban in New York (2005), Los Angeles (2006) and Tokyo (2007). The Los angeles museum and exhibition won the Gold Medal in the Industrial Excellence awards in the environmental category. She’s been a tutor in the 2 year course of laboratorio di Costruzione dell’Architettura at the Politecnico of Milan held by Professor Anna Mangiarotti.
born in Villach (Austria) in 1971, studied at the Technischen Universität Graz (Austria), at the Politecnico of Bari (italy) and at the Politecnico of Milan. Obtains her master degree in architecture in 2001 with a final thesis “next stop: Pavia - restoration of an ex industrial area” with Professor Neuwirth and with Professor Dorigati. In 1993 works for many architectural firms, responsible for working drawings and construction site activities. In the last years has collaborated with the Hans Traninger di Villach, l’Atelier A Hans Walter Tanos di Graz e lo studio BBarch di Milano architectural firms, amongst others. Since 2003 works in Milan and is member of the milan Chamber of architects. Mainly focused on working drawings and with a particular attention on sustainable architecture for the living. On these topics she collaborated with the 1st year course, laboratorio di Costruzione 1, at the Politecnico of Milan Architecture and Environment master degree.
born in Milan in 1974, studied in Milan at the Politecnico and in spain at the E.T.S.A of Valladolid and the E.T.S.A. of Sevilla (Spain). After obtaining his master degree, a Ph.D. follows in Architecture, Urban planning, and Conservation of the Environment with a thesis on housing design in the informational Society. Since 2001 is member of the Milan Chamber of Architects working mainly on residential, interior and exhibition design. along with architectural practice has teaching experiences with the Politecnico di Milano. Currently he is professor at Architettura degli Interni, in the science of architecture degree at the college of Civil Architecture at the Politecnico of Milano and Professor of Tecnology of Architecture in the course of interior Design at the Istituto Superiore di Architettura e Design of Milan. As a critic and researcher he works on contemporary urban housing acting as a consultant and developing analysis for private and public agencies. Since October 2009 is part, and since October 2012 Chairman, of the City of Milan Architectural Review Board. Since December 2009 is member of the executive board at the Milan Chamber of Architects.
BEMaa's headquarters is located in Milan, in Via Montebello 24.
Have collaborated in recent years to BEMaa projects: Laura Barbarito, Claudio Barborini, Chiara Bianchi, Valentina Bisi, Elisa Carcano, Elsa Cariolato, Mattia Carugati, Matteo Cazzato, Brian Cigala, Giorgia Cilli, Michela Chiesa, Barbara Corbella, Marco D'Ambrosio, Alberto D'Asaro, Linda De Fanti, Alessandra Del Fato, Carola Endresz, Valeria Faggioli, Lucrezia Forti, Valentino Galli, Mirco Gatti, Valerio Giacomelli, Domenico Isaia, Sunmi Kim, Aleksa Korolija, Dora Leeb, Margherita Locatelli, Federica Meloni, Francesca Olivoni, Gabriele Rivolta, Alessio Roncaglioni, Federica Sabbadini, Davide Schaumann, Gioia Sironi, Federica Teti, Rosa Thorsteinsdottir e Carlo Venegoni.