Michele Reginaldi was born in Teramo in 1958. He left Teramo after graduating from the local Arts Liceo and went to Venice, where he studied at the IUAV architectural institute (Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia). In 1982 he graduated from the Venetian university, together with Vittorio Gregotti, and moved to Milan where he has been living and working since. Reginaldi has long been a collaborator with the Gregotti Associati architectural practice, where he became an Associate in 1990 and a Partner in 1998. He also established the Milanese Quattroassociati architectural practice with Corrado Annoni, Stefano Parodi and Daniela Saviola in 1982. Many of the major environmental and landscape projects on which Michele Reginaldi has worked have received prizes and acclaim, and he has held lessons and conferences on these projects both in Italy and abroad. His design work is well documented in various books and journal articles dedicated to the two Milanese design practices where he works. In addition to his work as an architect, Reginaldi has been developing his plastic and visual art practice since the 1980s. Three volumes on Reginaldi the visual artist were published by Bolis Edizioni.
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