Franz Bittenbinder, born 1989 in Germany, received his basic architectural training at the Technical University of Karlsruhe and the Universitat Politècnica di Catalunya in  Barcelona. In 2012 he joined the internship program at Herzog & De Meuron in Basel, Switzerland. After one year he entered the masters program at Politecnico di Milano, graduating in 2017. Since then, he is working on projects related to architecture and branding together with Rusne Valiusaityte with whom he co-founded the creative platform Ateliermarsala based in Milan, Italy.

Martina Bovo graduated from Politecnico di Milano with a master degree in Architecture, she also studied in Università di Roma La Sapienza, Faculdade de Arquitectura do Porto, and TU Dresden; she achieved the double master degree within the Alta Scuola Politecnica program.
In Milan she worked in the architectural practice Cino Zucchi Architetti (2016); she is currently working as teaching assistant in Politecnico di Milano.

Marcello Carpino, born 1994 in Siracusa, Italy, obtained a bachelor degree from Politecnico di Milano and he is currently studying at TU Delft, NL. In 2017 he joined OMA Rotterdam where he has been involved in, among others, Prada fashion shows and Manifesta 12 – Palermo Atlas. Since February 2018 he is part of Herzog & De Meuron in Basel, Switzerland.

Claudia Consonni graduated in architecture at Politecnico di Milano. She also obtained a master in Architecture and Museography at Accademia Adrianea in Rome. Since 2016 she has been collaborating as teaching assistant at the design studio in Milan held by Lorenzo Degli Esposti. Currently she is working at MVRDV in Rotterdam.

Mattia Inselvini studied architecture at Politecnico di Milano and TU Eindhoven. During the studies he had the chance to work at Archea Associati in Milan (2015) and to partecipate in a series of workshop including the construction of a stage for Extrema Outdoor Festival (2015) and a house renovation in Japan with Kazuyo Sejima (2016).  He currently works at OMA/AMO in Rotterdam, where he’s involved in various projects such as the new airport terminal in Schiphol and the Prada fashion shows.

Chiara Lippi diplomated in architecture, at Politecnico di Milano she also studied at Università di Firenze for her bachelor, at ENSA of Lyon and was also graduated with a double degree within the program Alta Scuola Politecnica. She worked with Archea Associati (2013) and with David Chipperfield Architects (2016), where she worked on the winning competition of Procuratie Vecchie in Venice. In 2017 she worked at  LAN in Paris. She is currently working at DATA ARCHITECTES, in Paris where she is mostly involved in international competitions.

Gianmario Pandozzi is a student of the faculty of Architecture of Politecnico di Milano. He also studied architecture in the faculties of Roma Tre in Rome and Bauhaus-Universität in Weimar. During the past years he has been collaborating with YellowOffice in Milan, and -scape in Rome.

Enrico Pinto studied in Milan, Copenhagen and Barcelona, taking part in different academic programs and working in several architecture studios, such as EMBT Miralles Tagliabue and OAB Ferrater. He worked closely with Stefano Boeri at the development of the curatorial project ‘theTomorrow’, presented at Venice Biennale 2015. Thanks to his internship at OBR Open Building Research in Milan, he also had the chance to collaborate with Renzo Piano Building Workshop. He is currently working at LAN in Paris.

Luigi Savio is a student of the faculty of Architecture of Politecnico di Milano. During the past two years he has been collaborating with Baukuh in Milan (2016), and OMA/Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam (2016-2017), in which he mainly worked within the research unit AMO. Since 2015 he is part of the curatorial project theTomorrow founded by Stefano Boeri and Pierpaolo Tamburelli.