Fabrizio Vallero, architect, LEED AP BD+C, born July 4, 1968, graduated from the Polytechnic of Torino in architectural restoration, practicing since 1997.
Since the years of the University manifests a strong weaves for IT applied to architecture, which led him to invest in its own equipment and to complete the degree program with a thesis of restoration, on 'application of computer in the representation of the conservation project and that he took as a model Zambelli's Palace in Venice, with all the complexities relating to construction types used and those of decay present.
During the civil service, held at the Palace of Venaria Reale, approaching the world of cultural experiences from the point of view of the superintendents. They start the first collaborations with the Superintendence for Architectural Heritage of Piedmont concerning especially surveys and computation work.
The first work experiences led him to collaborate with various professional firms to keep learning courses in computer graphics programs dedicated to architecture, and develop a computerized cataloging of Cultural Heritage. In these early years of his career in addition to the aforementioned major collaboration with the Department specializes in the survey and subsequent computerization of monuments.
Since 1998 the professional activity is concentrated mainly in charge of the management and coordination of important projects in collaboration with other professional firms for which coordinates the design activities and directly following the Works Management.
Among the most important are the Olympic Village of Sestriere and some retirement homes and neuropsychiatric clinics. In the field of cultural heritage, the citadel of Culture of Ivrea, the Church of St. John the Evangelist in Turin and the former Ristorante San Giorgio to the medieval village of Turin.