Alberto Apostoli
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Alberto Apostoli was born in Verona - Italy in 1968.
After studying industrial electronics, he went on to read architecture at Venice University, graduating in 1993 with a thesis on economics.
In 1997 he set up a professional and multifaceted practice, taking inspiration from his personal, academic journey. In 2006 his first exhibition, entitled "Architetture Con­taminate tra Comunicazione e Design" (ArchitectureInfluenced by Communication and Design), was held at the headquarters of the European Parliament in Brussels, attracting the attention of the European press. Also in 2006 he opened his own practice in Guangzhou (Canton – China) followed in 2007 by a branch in Casablanca (Morocco).
In 2010 he developed the engineering division and set up Studio Apostoli & Associati. This brand offers Integrated Planning and Project Management services. In 2012 he published his book "Architettura delle SPA" (Wellness Centers Architecture).
Alberto Apostoli brings a marketing influence to his designs, which ensures that a high level of innovation is bestowed on each project. The practice was set up in  1997 by Alberto Apostoli who also opened a practice in Guangzhou(Canton – China), in 2006 followed in 2007 by a branch in Casablanca (Morocco). Specifically, projects include designs for residential and commercial architecture, hotels and resorts, spas and wellness centres, retail and shop layout, exhibition layout, work spaces (offices and show rooms) and product design.
The practice employs 30 professionals, including architects, structural engineers, MEP and HVAC engineers, interior and industrial designers as well as, consultants, accounting and marketing staff. All Studio Alberto Apostoli’s design work is certified by ISO 9001:2000 from 2002 with SQS. Studio Alberto Apostoli’s designs and architectural approach can be viewed in the best international magazines.


The practice’s design philosophy is born from the "Contamination Theory"; a theory with Apostoli has applied positively to create an end product which emerges from the convergence of different styles and views.
For Apostoli "contamination" means combining the creative energy of architecture, the originality and functionality of design andthen filtering them with a marketing oriented approach, in order to create a three dimensional creative space; architecture defined by space, light and volume, design defined by shape, materials and trends and marketing by market trends, the client’s target and positioning.
This approach enables the practice to tackle the most diverse design themes.
The method consists of creating a different combination for each individual project in order to obtain the right design for each specific objective.