Guido Morpurgo Archt. Ph.D


Guido Morpurgo (Milan-Italy, 1964) studied at the Polytechnic University of Milan, where he graduated, earned his Ph.D in Architecture and Urban Design and currently teaches Architectural and Urban Composition as an Adjunct Professor. He is a registered architect, practising in Milan since 1991.

Since 1996 he works in partnership with archt. Ph.D Annalisa de Curtis with whom he founded the firm Morpurgo-de Curtis ArchitettiAssociati.

Guido Morpurgo began his career first in the studio of his father Prof. Giorgio Morpurgo, then as an individual architect. In this first phase of his activities he won awards such as Domus / InArch Award and the National Architecture Prize “Luigi Cosenza” with his first works in architecture and interior design.

Before establishing Morpurgo-de Curtis Architetti Associati, Guido Morpurgo was called by Vittorio Gregotti to join Gregotti Associati International in Milan, where he was an Associate architect between 2000 and 2008. He worked as a project leader on national and international projects and architecture and urban design competitions, several of them in Shanghai-China, where he worked

for several years. The most relevant examples of this professional experience are the architectural and urban redevelopment of the district of the former British Concession in Waitanyuan and the new city of Pujiang. Guido Morpurgo has published articles and essays on architecture theory and design in Italy and abroad.


Selected books and essays