Buzzo Spinelli studio is a young architecture practise created in 2014 by Isabelle Buzzo and Jean-Philippe Spinelli, both ENSA graduates -Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture in Marseille.
Working in Paris and Bonifacio, the architects have chosen to juggle between the great concert of the city and the wild silence of the island.
Embracing architecture, urbanism, and landscaping, the studio's works and projects scales are well diversified.
Their approach offers each project a solution resulting from a personal and sensitive commitment to a given context.
The architects' practice of architecture is animated by a will to touch.
Since 2016, the studio has been:
Awarded the AJAP price 2016 -Albums des Jeunes Architectes et des Paysagistes- European competition of architecture and landscape young creations awarded by the ministry of Culture and Communication.
Nominated for the Equerre d'Argent price 2016 –first artwork category-
Laureate of the Archi Design Club Awards 2017 -Activity & Industry category- rewarding every year the most remarkable buildings in France.
Laureate of the Trophée Béton 2017 -professional category- price awarded by the ministry of Culture and Communication highlighting the most remarkable concrete building in France for the last five years.
Laureate of the 40UNDER40 price 2018 rewarding the 40 architects under 40 in Europe who "will influence the near future of European architecture, both in theory and practice" by the European Center for Art and Design Architecture and Urban Studies and the Chicago Athenaeum, museum international architecture and design.
Currently they are delivering the Prunelli Di Fium'Orbu city hall, kicking off the site works for a Bonifacian day nursery, and begin the conception of Radio France's studios in Paris.