Marco Visconti is an architect specialized in the field of sustainability. The underlying objective of his work is the research for the best relationship between man, energy and environment. His projects are published on Italian and international magazine, he is both the curator of thematic books and the author of articles published on international reviews.
Marco Visconti graduated in architecture at the University of Genoa, followed by a postgraduate Master in Architectural Design at the UCLA of Los Angeles and a degree in Engineering at the Polytechnic of Turin. In Genoa he collaborated with Renzo Piano from 1984 to 1986. From 1987 to 2006 he was the head of the architectural group of Fiatengineering. He carries out teaching activity at the Faculty of Architecture at the Polytechnic of Turin as well as lectures on specific topics at Italian and foreign universities. In January 2007 he founded the office MVarchitects, a creative laboratory where architects and researchers, work together in the field of sustainable architecture.