International collaborations
Vitali collaborates with the most important International architectural firms. 
Collaboration with Vitali is based on mutual trust.   These synergies create reciprocal benefits for all. 

Regardless of the proposed projects, our objective is to use local resources and these professionals’ knowledge to provide a service to our customers.
Mario Cucinella
Project: Green Park Caponago Italian architect, designer and academic, internationally recognised for his leading role in the sustainability field, with projects ranging from residences to large-scale master plans, he won the MIPIM green building category award in 2009 with the Centre for Sustainable Energy Technologies, and again two years later with 3M’s Italian headquarters. Founder of Paris-based Mario Cucinella Architects (MCA) in 1999, he has won numerous awards including the Honorary Fellowship of the American Institute of Architects (2017) and the prestigious International Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects (2016). Winner of several competitions in civil, commercial, educational, health and urban design architecture, he was curator of the Italian Pavilion “Arcipelago Italia” at the 16th. International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
Arata Isozaki
Project: Turin 2006 Graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1954, he was a student of Kenzō Tange and was part of his firm. In 1963 he founded the Arata Isozaki Atelier, now Arata Isozaki & Associates. Isozaki won the RIBA gold medal in 1986. In Italy, one of his projects won the international competition for the new monumental release of the Uffizi in Florence. He has designed the Turin Olympic Palasport and designed one of the three new buildings characterising the skyline of Milano il Dritto. Since 2005, together with Andrea Maffei, opened the Arata Isozaki & Andrea Maffei Associati srl studio in Milan ,to develop new projects in Italy.  He won the Golden Lion at the International Architecture Exhibition in Venice in 1996 and the Pritzker Prize in 2019.
Antonio Citterio
Project: Expò 2015 Graduated in architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, since 1972 he collaborates in the industrial design sector with various companies, including Ansorg, Arclinea, Axor-Hansgrohe, B&B Italia, Flexform, Flos, Hermès, Kartell, Sanitec (Geberit group), Technogym and Vitra. Maxalto, a B&B Italia brand, is designed and coordinated entirely by Antonio Citterio. Holds lectures and conferences. He has won awards such as the Compasso d’oro award in 1987 and 1994. Some of his works are part of the permanent exhibition at MoMA and Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris. In the year 2000 he founded, together with Patricia Viel, a company for architectural and interior design. The firm operates at an international level developing complex project programmes on every scale and in synergy with a qualified network of specialist consultants.
Ricardo Flores & Eva Prats
Project: Innovation Campus Students of the great Catalan master Enric Miralle, co-founders of the Spanish design studio made in Barcelona Flores i Prat, they are known for their renovation and reuse projects of old structures, public spaces and social housing: they have won numerous awards in this field, including the Grand Award in Architecture at the Royal Academy of Arts in London for the Mallorca Mills Museum, the City of Barcelona Award and the Special Mention at the Spanish National Awards for the Sala Beckett International Theatre Centre and the City of Palma Award for the Casal Balaguer Cultural Centre. They teach at the Barcelona School of Architecture and have exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2018.  
Francisco Mangado
Project: Bergamo citta’ del futuro Professor of Architectural Design since 1982 at the Universidad de Navarra, received the RIBA International Fellowships award in 2011 and the AIA Honorary Fellowships award in 2013.  Many of his works have been honoured with many prestigious national and international awards and mentions. Among them: the Vitoria Archaeological Museum received the 2010 International architecture award from the Chicago Athenaeum, the Spanish Pavilion at EXPO 2008 the 2004 FAD Award, the Navarre Congress Palace the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos Vasco-Navarro Award (C.O.A.V.N.).   
João Nunes
Project: Bergamo citta’ del futuro Born in Lisbon in 1960, he graduated in Landscape Architecture at the Instituto Superior de Agronomia da Universidad Técnica de Lisboa”, with a Master in Landscape Architecture at the Escuela Tècnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona – Universitá Politecnica di Catalunya, he teaches in Lisbon besides being lecturer at the Sassari University, the Mendrisio Academy of Architecture and the Venice University. He is general coordinator of the company PROAP, Landscape Architecture Studio with offices in Lisbon, Luanda and Treviso, which brings together a large group of professionals in a multidisciplinary team with distinct levels of specialization in landscape, in its most inclusive meaning.