Colleagues and Collaborators

Charles Humphries

Charles studied at the Architectural Association in London, before being recruited in 1984, at the founding of the renowned London practice Munkenbeck and Marshall.
He worked on a number of high profile projects over the next 14 years, including shops for Yohji Yamamoto and Iceberg, a company headquarters and daylight studio for Metro Imaging and interiors for the illustrator Colin Barnes.
Urban projects include work with the architect Aldo van Eyck (published Casa Bella) and the recent competition for the Commonwealth Institute in London.
Charles is a founding director of HEAT Architects.

Alessandro Trivelli

Alessandro (MArch, MSc, PhD) graduated in Architecture from the Politecnico di Milano in 1990. In 2000 he received a PhD in Building Engineering with a thesis on Sustainable Architecture. In 2005 he was appointed Invited Professor at the Laboratory of Architecture and Technology 2. He has continued in that capacity since then and as of 2013 he is at the School of Architecture, Urban Design and Engineering of the Politecnico di Milano. As a Partner and Founder, in 1997, of SdARCH Trivelli&Associati, he has worked in design and research of Sustainable Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Technology with a low environmental impact. He has participated in research activities of various European Com¬munity Research Programs as a stakeholder. Alessandro is also the author of several books and publications and essays in architectural magazines.

Silvia Calatroni

Silvia ( MArch, MSc) graduated in Architecture from the Politecnico di Milano in 1993. From 1994 to 1997 she continued her career in France working with Alain Marguerit where she found herself getting closer to Landscape Architecture. After her French experience she obtained her Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the Art School of Castello Sforzesco in Milan. In 2004 she joined SdARCH Trivelli&Associati where she has worked on numerous national & international projects.

Senior Architects

Stefano Canziani

Stefano Canziani

Stefano graduated in Architecture from the Politecnico di Milano in 2013. He collaborates with Monestiroli Architetti Associati from 2012 to 2013, then he joined SdARCH Trivelli & Associati in 2014. He continued his career with Alhadeff Archiects, where works on several national and international projects.

Toru Futagawa

Birth: April 18, 1976. Oita, Japan. Japanese Citizen, Italian Residence.
Osaka City University, Bachelor of Architecture, Osaka, Japan, 2000.
Kyoto Institute of Technology, Master of Engineering, Kyoto, Japan, 2002.


Rob Ellis
Charles Humphries
Tetsuro Itoh
Charles Leon
Michael Lewis
Arthur May
Stephen Marshall
Alfred Munkenbeck
Stanley Pinska
Piero Pinto
Enzo Ragni
Jean Pierre Tortil
Sandi Pei
Alessandro Trivelli
Angus Fiori


Bethanie Turitz Alhadeff
Guillermo Arnaudo
Angela Baccaro

Arda Beyleryan

Claudia Bulgarini
Silvia Calatroni
Valentina Cuccurullo

Davide Curci
Mark Davies

Manjit Dhillon
Lisa Faatland
Penny Fallman
Benedetta Francini
Jonathan Guaitamacchi
Giusi Ingenito
Philippe Martyniak
Francesco Magnanelli
Tiziana Mari
Nanahiko Mio
Paul Naecker
Carol Norton
Kathrin Otberg
Michela Pina
Eugenia Aliata Steffano
Rodolfo Sciarra
Carmelo Stelitano
Nobuyo Tomoda
Alessandro Vidoni
Hiroaki Kitagawa