studio’s work includes set-ups and products,
residential and office interiors,
public and residential buildings.
Each project is designed and directed in all its phases.
sarah zezza, architetto.
During her career, she developed project activity since the concept up to its realization,
in all details and on-site execution,
tackled in coordination with the other design branches related to the project,
consolidating a know-how that allows her to cope with architectural projects of various kinds and complexity.
Since she founded her studio in Milan she built and designed several projects,
she also won and participated in some architectural competitions.
Currently, she is in the project team to design the enlargement of Centro Cardiologico Monzino: the only example of a single-issue cardiology research and treatment institute in Europe, in Milan;
she also leads the interior renovation of a mixed-use building in Milan owned by an Italian pharmaceutical company.
Besides interior projects for private customers,
she designed for the 2018 Design Week HUS showroom in Milan, an atelier avant-garde dedicated to tailormade lifestyle, and the Cement Design showroom in Milan, a Spanish leading brand in the production, distribution and installation of high-quality continuous coatings based on Eco-cement for the 2017 Fuori Salone del Mobile.
She also won a competition to build a temporary set-up, a vegetable garden, in one of the events dedicated to Expo 2015 in Milan, in the Gardens of the Royal Villa of Monza.
She was team leader at Cino Zucchi Architetti, one of the leading European studios in the fields of architecture, for seven years before founding her own studio.
Among CZA projects she was team leader:
Corte Verde di Corso Como, a residential building, built in the Business District of Porta Nuova – Garibaldi in Milan;
Group M Headquarters, an office building, located in the new Milano Fiori north district,
an area characterized by isolated buildings immersed in a park;
Residential buildings Ex-Rossi Catelli Area in Parma,
a residential complex settled on an Italian ex-industrial area;
Hotel in the new tourist resort QGP4″, Andermatt – Switzerland;
Central Pasila Tower Area, Helsinki – Finland,
Ecole Hachette residential building, Perpignan – France.