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Studio

AFSa is a Florence based architecture studio founded in 2017 by Antonio Acocella, Alessandro Falaschi and Pietro Seghi.
The practice merges the international experience in top-level practices among UK, Switzerland and Italy, where the three founders have collaborated in a wide range of architectural, interior and landscape design projects.
AFSa blends skills and methods learnt in different professional backgrounds, developing solutions tailored to specific design occasions, based on a collaborative approach and expressed through a contemporary, clear and essential architectural language.

Antonio Acocella

Graduated from the Università degli Studi di Firenze in 2013, in 2011-2012 he attended courses at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. His diploma project was awarded at the International prize for sacred architecture in 2015.
He gained professional experience mainly in UK, working for David Chipperfield Architects (2015-2017), Kengo Kuma Associates (2015), Luciano Giubbilei Design (2014) and Kollhoff Architekten (2012).
At David Chipperfield Architects he collaborated in various projects, among them 30 Grosvenor Square, Royal Academy of Arts and Selfridges.
Since 2013 he is Teaching fellow at the Università degli Studi di Firenze and since 2018 he is Tutor at the Kent State University Florence. Since 2018 he is PhD in Architectural and urban design.
In 2017 he founds AFSa.

Alessandro Falaschi

Graduated from the Università degli Studi di Firenze in 2014.
He gained professional experience mainly in Switzerland, working for Schneider & Schneider Architekten (2015-2017) and Igual & Guggenheim (2015).
At Schneider & Schneider Architekten he was responsible for winning design proposals in international competitions, as Kantonales Spital Appenzell and Hirslanden Klinik Aarau, and he collaborated in various projects, among them Verwaltungsgebäude in Zollikofen e Wohn- und Geschäftshäuser Bahnhof Süd.
In 2017 he founds AFSa.

Pietro Seghi

Graduated from the Università degli Studi di Firenze in 2013, in 2011-2012 he attended courses at the Universitat Politècnica di València.
He gained professional experience mainly in Italy, working for D-Zone Architetti Associati (2014-2017) and Politecnica (2013).
At D-Zone Architetti Associati he collaborated in various projects, among them Faro Capel Rosso e Italian Mission To Oman.
In 2015-2017 he designed a series of built residential and hospitality projects.
Since 2015 he is Teaching fellow at the Università degli Studi di Firenze.
In 2017 he founds AFSa.

Collaborators

2019
Clemente Nativi, Tecla Nencini, Federico Quaranta, Emanuele Tucci.

2018
Federico Cadeddu, Edoardo Cresci, Olivia Falsini, Tecla Nencini, Alexander Palagano.