Andrea Marcante set up UdA architecture firm in 1992, where he was joined by Adelaide Testa in 2004. In 2014 Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa set up “MARCANTE-TESTA / UdA Architects”, a research oriented firm focusing on architecture, design and company consulting in the field of materials and furniture.
The interior architecture projects designed by Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa aim to gain synergic control over the various aspects of interior design, ranging from architecture to furnishing accessories, without allowing either to take precedence over the other.
For this apartment, set within a building from the late 1960 on Corso Sempione, the Turin-based duo has applied its immediately recognizable style to reinterpret a typical bourgeois Milanese home in a highly original way.
“House of Tiles” is a new living space to represent the Confetti tiles collection and to experiment with new ways of using it. From floors to ceilings, passing through the kitchen, the bathroom cabinet up to the doors
The Le Temps Retrouvé project calls for the renovation of an apartment of about 150 m2 in the center of Milan, with windows facing an internal garden. The visual relationship with nature was the guiding motivation behind the choice of this place on the part of the client
The latest project by Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa is in the most decorated city in the world, where an extraordinary architectural past struggles to absorb contemporary developments: a project for the renovation of a 19th-century building facing a small canal in Sestiere San Marco.
Architects: Andrea Marcante, Carola Ripamonti / UdA Architects
Project: Fonction Et Fantasie / Renovation of an Apartment in Torino
Collaborators: Eirini Giannakopoulou
Area: 100 sqm
Location: Torino, Italy