Studio's name.

The studio was founded by Marco Brandolisio, Giovanni Da Pozzo, Massimo Scheurer and Michele Tadini in 1997. All four developed their professional vision in the architectural studio of Aldo Rossi beginning in 1982. Over the years they became his closest collaborators in the Milan studio and were responsible for designing and partnering with him on various projects of relevant importance including: the German History Museum (DHM) in Berlin, the Bonnefanten in Maastricht, the Milan Linate Airport, the Schtzenstrasse and Landsberger Allee city blocks in Berlin, and finally the C. Catteneo University in Castellanza, Italy. Since its beginning Arassociati has designed and constructed numerous buildings for both public and private use in Italy and across Europe. In its ventures, the studio seeks to expand its architectural prowess by pursuing continuity between the building and the environment of the city or territory while adhering to rational building construction principles. Various projects have been published in magazines on architecture and other related sectors. In the last eight years of independent activity Arassociati has completed 70 building works, between actual buildings and competition entries for open and regulated contexts. The following is a chronological list of the most important projects:

In 1998 they were commissioned by the city of Leuven in Belgium to design a series of buildings and services for the city and public administration on the disused Philips industrial site. These buildings include new headquarters for Limburg County, new headquarters for the federal police force, and a new sports stadium currently in the final phases of construction. In the same year they were also commissioned to design the "Manifattura delle Arti" in Bologna which includes a new university campus for DAMS, a community library and film theater on the site of the area's old slaughterhouse, and a restoration of the old bakery factory for a new Modern Art Gallery.

In 1999 they won the URBAN project competition for university residences in Trieste, Italy. The work was completed in 2002. Following the competition entry for the reconstruction of La Fenice Theater in Venice developed in 1997 by Aldo Rossi, they were commissioned to complete the theater's final architectonic plans and manage the artistic work during the construction phases. The building was inaugurated in 2004 and Arassociati received the International Architectural Theater Prize for their work.

In 2000 they participated in and won the competition to construct a hotel building for Starhotels in Piazza Fontana, Milan. It is currently under construction.

In 2001 they began collaborating with Tiscali S.p.A. for which they were commissioned to design new offices in Milan and to create a site plan for the Sa'Illetta ("Little Island") in Cagliari, Sardinia. They also won the competition to restore the Cloisters of Carmine in Brescia, Italy, for a new interdepartmental university library.

In 2002 they were commissioned for the construction of a new Tiscali "Campus" in Cagliari for which the buildings were inaugurated in September the following year.

In 2003 they won the international competition for the construction of residential buildings and office space on the Müller Martini area in Zurich. These are currently under construction.

In 2004 Arassociati, in association with Hans Kollhoff, was chosen as one of ten finalists for the international competition for the new Lombardy Regional Headquarters in Milan. Recently, the studio was chosen as one of seven finalists for the competition for the reorganization of the Sforzesco Castle Museum in Milan.