Enrico Tognoni is an Italian Architectural Designer and Fabrication Engineer.
He received his 5-year master level degree in Architecture and Engineering (MArch + MEng) from the University of Pisa (Italy) in 2010. The dual architectural and engineering background plays a critical role in keeping his work on the cutting edge of architectural design and engineering technology.
Since the beginning of his career he has developed a design approach largely engaged in advanced digital modeling techniques and fabrication.
Over the last years he has been working as Designer Associate with RZAPS where he had key responsibilities for relevant projects, such as the Maritime, a 14-acre waterfront residential development in Southampton and the John McEnroe Tennis Academy, the largest public tennis facility built in NYC in half a century.
Enrico has collected awards in prominent international competitions including eVolo Skyscraper 2011, Living Cities 2013 and East River Greenway competition sponsored by Tansportation Alternatives.
Enrico is currently the co-founder and Design Director of Coding City , an urban culture and research laboratory which studies the complexity of the urban territory.
More recently he's started a deep collaboration with the Italian Craftsmanship. Working closely with the best Italian craftsmen he combines technology and excellence to provide the finest design solutions in the industry.