Luca Borgogni Architects is based in Siena and is involved in the restoration and enhancement of historic villas and prestigious buildings with a humanistic and organic approach in total harmony with the environment and its sustainability.
The studio is known by an international clientele for important restoration projects of villas, farmhouses, palaces and a variety of interventions on museums, religious buildings, and wineries.
It is currently involved in the restoration of the Villa Reale in Marlia, former residence of Elisa Bonaparte, directing the interventions of numerous restoration disciplines in a single choral restoration of an immense heritage of unique and rare beauty.
Luca Borgogni Architects believes in building sustainable, environmentally friendly and durable architecture, and is committed to leaving a legacy of quality design both in terms of sensory experience of space and its contribution to the environment.
Luca Borgogni has worked both in Italy and abroad developing a solid experience and a multicultural vision of approach to architecture and restoration.