Michele Tarroni
Associate
DipArch (Hons), DIDA Firenze, ARB

Michele joined Stanton Williams in 2006 as architect responsible for the international competition-winning design for the redevelopment of UNESCO-listed Europe’s oldest Botanic Garden in Padua (Italy), He has also been involved in both the design and technical details for the award winning Sainsbury Laboratory for Cambridge University and the extension and transformation of the Musée d’Art in the city of Nantes in France.

He was also responsible for the details design of the external envelope for the recently completed Riverwalk, a riverside luxury residential scheme in central London.

Michele graduated from the ‘Universita’ degli studi Firenze Dipartimento di Architettura’ in 1999 and worked in both London and Italy. Firstly Working at Foster + Partners on a residential project in St Moritz before moving to Florence. Here, he gained experience on a range of commercial, sports and cultural projects including the new extension of the Florence Jewish Museum with Architect Renzo Funaro.