Aldo Andreoli

Aldo Andreoli was born in Torino, Italy, the birthplace of Fiat and Lancia and one of the cradles of Italian industrial design. Torino is home to many car-styling companies as well.

In his youth he collaborated with Ettore Sottsass, the creator of the Memphis style in design. They worked together on the design of Casa Maui in Hawaii.

Aldo began his USA career in Tribeca 25 years ago with the renovation and conversion of historic buildings and created the concept of full floor loft units. His most creative imprints are seen at 56 Thomas Street and 140 Franklin Street. He was one of the first designers/developers in New York to incorporate strong design principles into new developments.

While recognizing the importance of a respect towards history, he approaches every project with an uncompromised sense of contemporary creativity. The result is seldom obvious with a strong sense of style, proportions and elegance as his signature imprint.

After the events of September 11th, Aldo moved to the deserts of Sedona Arizona where he designed and built multiple single-family residences as well as developing a few boutique subdivisions.

He returned to New York in 2010 where he designed, in collaboration with Morris Adjmi, one of downtown Manhattans most well respected venues – Spring Studios in Tribeca.

In collaboration with Adjmi, he also was the leading designer of three downtown boutique condominiums at 290 West Street, 11 N Moore Street and 250 Bowery; which was the recipient of the AIA 2016 best new project award.

He recently completed two new condominium projects at 287 East Houston on the Lower East Side and 805 Washington Avenue in Brooklyn. He was also the design architect for the Press House, a mixed-use project in the district of Noma, in Washington, DC.

In 2018 he completed the design project of King and Sullivan, which consisted of 22 townhouses in the core of Red Hook, Brooklyn.

In 2019, in collaboration with strategic communication leader Matthew Asinari, he founded Habitat to Art. One of the company’s goals is the creation of an innovative concept in the design and strategy for the production and sale of modular homes. This project will be launched in the global market.

Together with Asinari, Aldo is currently working on the concept and design of a sustainable development project located in Costa Careyes on the Mexico Pacific Coast.

Aldo has earned a Degree in Architecture from the Politecnico di Torino and, since 1978, is a licensed Architect in Italy.