WORKING/WORKED WITH US
Fabio Valcamonico - Viviana Ramires - Saeid Kalantari - Matteo Negri -Tommaso Meena - Ylenia Rose Testore - Valeria Colosetti - Greta Lamoretti - Daniela Bustamante Canales - Gonzalo Sebastian Cisternas Perez - Vicente Navarrete
Hiboux Architecture - Asabesi - Planair.eu - Matias Zegers Arquitectos - David Scognamiglio - Gian Mario Bartolotta - Gian Paolo Venier Design - Alberto Strada - Babel Studio - Mist-o - Emilio Scarano - Odysseas Diakakis - Konstantinos Dimitriadis
ANDEarchitettura is an architectural practice based in Milan and founded in Santiago de Chile in 2014 by Andrea Del Pedro Pera. Currently the practice focuses on the recovery and enhancement of the alpine rural architectural heritage.
“We believe that human beings and their necessities are the primary source of inspiration for the design of every space, internal as well as external, even more so than aesthetical or formal rules.”
Starting from this concept, the philosophy of ANDEarchitettura is to create a unique relationship between people, architecture and their physical context.
ANDREA DEL PEDRO PERA
Born in Domodossola, Italy, Andrea studied in Milan, at the Faculty of Civil Architecture at the Polytechnic University, and in Athens, at the National Technical University.
After graduating, he worked for important architectural practices in Greece (Eleni Kostika Architecture, Athens) and in Italy (Studio Ravogli, Milan) until he joined David Chipperfield Architects in 2009, where he worked as a project architect until 2013. Between 2009 and 2013 he was also a professor’s assistant at Interior Design Atelier of Prof. Michele Ugolini at the Polytechnic University of Milan.
Andrea moved to South America in 2013 and worked on several projects in Santiago de Chile.
Whilst in Chile, he also designed and constructed several houses in association with the architectural practice Matias Zegers Arquitectos.
In August 2014 he founded ANDEarchitettura in Santiago de Chile.
Today the practice is based in Italy where Andrea continues to expand his research in architecture and to refine his knowledge of materials and forms, focussing on the revaluation of traditional and vernacular architecture.