Archingegno, founded in 1998, is an interdisciplinary team capable of facing the many themes present in small and large scale architectural projects.

Each project is a mission to constantly renew our creativity, which, coupled with our vast experience, allows us to satisfy and even surpass clients’ expectations.
We consider architecture an intertwining of historical and contemporary elements capable of producing something very special.  Our history has taught us to keep cultural research alive and to integrate into our projects the most advanced technologies, artisan skills and the ever present vision of Italian design.

To us, the control and quality of natural and artificial light represent a specific theme; we treat light as a “substance” with which we can give shape and characterize environments, volumes and materials.

We have built our reputation on the quality of our work and on the attention paid to detail.  Every single aspect, from the choice of materials to the physical and cultural context is taken into consideration in order to create a quintessential space.

Our ability to produce exceptionally beautiful architecture has been recognized by various national and international awards.

Carlo Ferrari and Alberto Pontiroli

In the past 15 years we have worked for: Adotta, Amia, Arca Assicurazioni, Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, Calv, Carniato Group Europe, Cavicchioli wine cellars, Cromsource, Fis, Carla Fracci, Ifinet, Immobilia, Gamma Ufficio,  Gemino, Gruppo Italiano Vini, Kairos, Maschio wine cellars, Netcenter, Federica Pellegrini, Performance in Lighting, Simem, Sporting Club Mondadori, Valetti wine cellar.


Archingegno obtained the “Città di Oderzo” award in 2001, was twice selected for the “Premio Luigi Cosenza” (2000, 2002) and for two editions of the “Premio Cappochin” (2005, 2007).  The Simem offices project obtained the Jury’s Special Prize  for “Architettiverona” in 2011.  Archingegno has matured specific competence in the design and  construction of executive buildings and complex public works such as theatres and libraries.  Some of the competitions won include the currently undergoing project for the executive and commercial complex “Netcenter” in Pesaro and the parish of Borgo Nuovo in Verona.  In the last few years our passion for environmental art and the lessons from lighting artists have influenced our creative research; specific lighting design themes have been used in some of our work, obtaining in 2005 the Iald’s Award of Merit, the sector’s main international award.


Born in Verona in 1963, he obtained his degree in Architecture in 1989 from IUAV in Venice. In 1998 he founded Archingegno with Alberto Pontiroli.  He develops projects by paying particular attention to     problems inherent to integrated architecture and has for many years worked with   companies which operate in the fields of architecture for offices and work areas.

Born in Verona in 1963, he obtained his degree in Architecture in 1996 from IUAV in Venice. He worked in the field of public administration until 1998 when he founded Archingegno with Carlo Ferrari. He has followed projects for many public and private works, also large scale, and during the years he has built up a vast experience on the theme of complex buildings as well as  the renovation and enhancement of   buildings with historical and architectural value.


“...this working vision, pragmatic as well as poetic, which is able to read the historical complexity of a place, and at the same time, can summarize and re-write its characteristics with lightness and creative independence, very much reminds us of Carlo Scarpa’s characteristics, a great master of Venetian and Italian modernism.  The inheritance of his lesson, humble in the observation of places and ambitious in the search for form, finds a new outcome in the theater projected by Carlo Ferrari and Alberto Pontiroli, who have inserted the ancient art of Venetian late-impressionists on the solid branch of architectural, artistic, international and contemporary research.”

from “ Il teatro di Boscochiesanuova”
by Alessandro Rocca