Nicola Becagli architect  (Pistoia 08/06/1971) 2002 - Degree in Architecture at the University of Florence - Faculty of Architecture 2004 - Inscription to the Order of Architects of the Province of Pistoia e-mail:  nicola.becagli@gtaa.it

Nicola Becagli architect

(Pistoia 08/06/1971)
2002 - Degree in Architecture at the University of Florence - Faculty of Architecture
2004 - Inscription to the Order of Architects of the Province of Pistoia
e-mail: nicola.becagli@gtaa.it

 Paolo Bechi architect  (Pistoia 28/11/1967) 1993 - Degree in Architecture at the University of Florence - Faculty of Architecture 1994 - Inscription to the Order of Architects of the Province of Pistoia e-mail:  paolo.bechi@gtaa.it

Paolo Bechi architect

(Pistoia 28/11/1967)
1993 - Degree in Architecture at the University of Florence - Faculty of Architecture
1994 - Inscription to the Order of Architects of the Province of Pistoia
e-mail: paolo.bechi@gtaa.it

 

GTA architettura (Gruppo Temporaneamente Autonomo) realizes projects ranging from architectural and urban scale to interior design.

The research is constantly re-elaborated through the participation in national and international competitions of ideas and design for which the study has received awards and recognitions among which are of particular importance: the mention in the Europan 7 competition, the first prize ex-aequo to the Europan 8 competition, the third prize in the restricted competition for the new Documentation Center of the Lombardy Foundation for the Environment of Seveso, the notification in the competitions for the new school complexes of Monteroni d'Arbia (Siena) and Montale (Pistoia), the second prize for a new gym in the former Fonderia Michelucci in Pistoia and the first prize for the new Parish Complex of the Visitation in Galciana, Prato.

Some projects have been exhibited during events such as the Biennial of Contemporary Art in Porto Ercole (Gr) in 2002, at the exhibition 20.06 Overview on Italian architecture, curated by the Annali dell'Architettura and the Città di Napoli Foundation (in collaboration with other professionals), at the Florence Exit exhibition - Signs and ferments of a new generation of architects in Florence, at the Biennale Giovani Architetti 2008-Rizoma organized in Pontedera (Pi) by Level4architecture and Presstletter, and in the same year at the event 10 DESIGN STORIES from Florence to Florence.

Works and theoretical contributions have been included in the volume "Percorsi Diversi" published by Settegiorni (2007), in the special issue of the magazine Costruire dedicated to young emerging Italian architects (2010) and on various Internet sites dedicated to architectural design.

 

They collaborated with us:

Alessio Capecchi, Luca Chiavacci, Tommaso Clement, Michele Fiesoli, Alessio Gai, Barbara Lombardi, Lorenzo Mazzei, Giulia Niccoli, Minna Ranki, Chiara Statini, Diletta Vignali