Autor: Davide Macullo

Davide Macullo (b. Giornico, CH, 1965) lives and works in Lugano, Switzerland.

Studied art, architecture and interior design.

For 20 years (1990-2010) he was project architect in the atelier of Mario Botta with responsibility for over 200 international projects worldwide. He opened his own atelier in 2000.

The ethos of the studio is one of ‘drawing from context’ and the various contributions promote a dialogue between the specificity of the project and the universality of the contexts. His work has been published and awarded both at home and abroad.

Selected realized projects include the WAP ART foundation mixed use gallery and apartment in Gangnam Seoul, South Korea, the Assuta Hospital in Ashdod, Israel, 5* Hotel and SPA facilities in Greece, the headquarter Jansen AG in Oberriet, Switzerland, Private Museum in Jeju South Korea, Sino-Swiss centre in Tianjing China, several hoses and housing in Switzerland and abroad, master planning, furniture design and advisory for contemporary art for clients.

Current projects include the new Hotel Health and Wellness Palace Chenot in Weggis, Switzerland and Marbella, Spain, houses and residential buildings in Switzerland, a beachfront villa in Heraklion, Greece, the Crescent Chenot SPA in Baku, Azerbaijan.

The work of the studio includes graphic design, branding consulting and custom designed furniture, now in production and spans to the creation of contemporary art collections for clients.

In Rossa Calanca Valley in the Grison Canton, Davide has started an urbanistic program to promote the intervention in situ of international artists to influence daily life through contemporary art. The first building realized in collaboration with Daniel Buren will be followed by other ten artists.



The SWISSHOUSE XXXV is part of a broader project of artistic and architectural interventions in the Calanca valley in the heart of the Swiss Alps. In a valley that is already home to some of our works, this new modest structure addresses the essence of the architect's commitment to create a bridge between the DNA of a place and its future through the construction of the territory. In these ancestral places, marked by a bewitching Nature, we discover primary energies to which we respond. The awareness of the work of those who have preceded us promotes actions of total integration in the context, even through small deeds such as the SWISSHOUSE XXXV.

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