Andrea Liverani and Enrico Molteni founded liverani/molteni architetti office in 1999 based in Milan.
liverani/molteni architetti participated and won some important competitions in Italy and abroad, among which the EXPO2015 facilities, a school complex in Como, Bruennen-Nord housing in Bern (CH), a secondary school in Capiago Intimiano and new Town Hall in Seregno. “ST House”, one of their first works, achieved many acknowledgements, among which the 2004 Piranesi Prize (Slovenia), the 2005 National In/Arch Prize and the 2006 San Luca Academy Award, with the first solo exhibition in Rome. In 2013, the recent work “House for a director” also achieved Architectural Review House Award and BigMat International Architecture Award. liverani/molteni architetti participated at the X Architecture Biennale in Venice in 2006.
Enrico Molteni graduated at Politecnico di Milano in 1994 with his final project at Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark. He achieved the PhD in Architecture at the UPC, ETSAB, in Spain in 2005. After a practice in Milan with Eugenio Gentili Tedeschi, he has worked for few years in Barcelona with Elias Torres. Enrico Molteni has been invited as guest critic at Cornell University in Rome, Accademia di architettura in Mendrisio (CH), UCD University of Dublin, Real Academia de Espana in Rome and other different universities. After being involved at the Politecnico di Milano and the Faculty of Alghero, Enrico Molteni worked for 8 years as professor at the Accademia di architettura in Mendrisio (CH). He's currently working at DAD - Università degli Studi di Genova. As critic, Enrico Molteni has published essays on differente books and magazines, and particularly on Álvaro Siza work. Since 2007 Enrico Molteni is member of the editorial board of CASABELLA.
Andrea Liverani graduated at Politecnico di Milano in 1994 with his final project in Porto School of Architecture, Portugal, with Alcino Soutinho. After a practice period in Spain at Vasquez Consuegra he achieved his Master in Architecture at the UPC, ETSAB, in Spain in 1998.