The Architect Rodolfo Oggioni was born in Milan in 1962 where he graduated in Architecture in 1988. He started his professional career collaborating with several architectural studios as designer and construction assistant.
In 1995 he founded its own studio in Milan, undertaking assignments of planning/designing and construction supervision for building interventions, renovation works, furniture, recovery of industrial real estate units for artisanal and residential use. Among the works of renovation, we can find the offices of the auditing company Ria & Mazars S.p.a., Cortem S.p.a. and Silvani fire prevention S.p.a.; some villas and public spaces such as the restaurant Ristorante La Briciola, a bar-restaurant in Lugano; and also the supervision of a charming hotel in Piedmont (Gavi). From 1997 he started specializing in recovery interventions of abandoned industrial areas for the realization of Lofts for residential use. His works have been published on several European magazines like AD, Interni, Gulliver, Marie Claire Maison, Class, and in some books, such as Lofts 2 in Italy, L’Archivolto edition and Loft di Federico Motta Editore. Some of the lofts realized by his studio are often used as “locations” for the realization of commercial and advertising campaigns.
Talking about the retail, in 2012 he projected and realized the Flagship stores, in Milan, of important brands such as Blauer, C.P. Company and BPD (FGF Industry S.p.a. group). In 2013 he restyled Blauer, C.P. Company and BPD’s studios always in Milan. Starting from 2014 he participated in the realization of new restaurants and temporary stores, along with the recovery of industrial areas for the reconversion in houses. Moreover, from 2017 he projected and realized some of the most exclusive residences, including the design and realization of “custom-made” furniture and works of art, in the trendiest central areas of the new Milan in continuous evolution. In his headquarter “Pontaccio 19”, in the heart of Brera, famous location for being part of the mandatory steps during the Milan Design Week, Oggioni manages his locations that host events, showrooms and temporary stores in the different periods of the year. In 2019 he projected and realized one of the most innovative and prestigious penthouses in the complex of CityLife, one of the coolest areas of Milan. The home automation for the management of the technological systems, the furniture designed by the Studio with the use of high-quality materials, are the heart of the project.

In 2020, after having worked on the project for three years in order to coordinate the workers, and realizing the state-of-the-art plant engineering, the Penthouse nominated “Leonardo Da Vinci” was submit to the client. The penthouse is the upper part of the last three levels of the “Habitaria 95” in Corso Garibaldi, Milan.

The attention to detail, the luxury finishes, and the sophisticated design enhance the unique internal spaces of the house. At the tenth and top floor of the Tower, there is a light sculptural work in corten steel, that enhances the large terrace with veranda and swimming pool, specifically studied by the architect together with the contemporary-international artist Gianluca Pacchioni. Always in 2020, in one of the central areas of Milan, a few steps from the Gerusalemme Metro Station MM5, Oggioni restored a former workshop transforming it into 5 contemporary lofts for short and long term rent.

The studio is now working on the reconstructions of historic buildings of Brera for private consumers.


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