Rollimarchini Aarchitekten

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Architecture Firm Name: rollimarchini architekten

Website: https://www.rollimarchini.ch/

Firm Location: Singapore + Bern, Switzerland

Founding Year: 2000

Michael Rolli

Architecture graduate from the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne, Switzerland in 1995. He went on to work with Schenker & Stuber Architects in Bern, Switzerland, and in 2000 co-founded the architectural firm rollimarchini with Francesco Marchini in Bern.

 

Francesco Marchini

Architecture graduate from the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne, Switzerland in 1996. He went on to work with CSYA Architects in Singapore before returning to Switzerland and co-founding the architectural firm rollimarchini with Michael Rolli in Bern.

 

Fabian Vögeli

Architecture graduate from the University of applied sciences Burgdorf Switzerland in 2010. He was employed at Team K architects, Burgdorf before joining rollimarchini in 2010 and co-directing the company from 2017.

Practice Ideology

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Rollimarchini:

Our office rollimarchini, situated in the heart of Bern, was founded in 2000 by ourselves, Michael Rolli and Francesco Marchini, fellow students of the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne (EPFL). Later we were joined by Fabian Vögeli who we welcomed as Co-Director.

Our broad range of projects span from small and intricate private dwellings, to complex large-scale structures including factory production buildings, ice hockey stadiums, schools and retirement homes for the elderly.

In evaluating and preparing a project we consider the site, the geography, the cultural and economic environment, a client’s needs and budget constraints, the ecology and the corresponding construction techniques.

In short, we believe that the best architecture is achieved only when function, design, finance and technology work together.

The primacy given to constructive dialogue with our clients ensures that each of our designs expresses their unique needs and aspirations.

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