Isabella Mazzola | Architect
I am extremely curious and passionate always facing new challenges positively. Dynamic and strongly motivated, I love spending my free time among architectural wonders of the ancient world, strongly believing that future can not exist without knowing our past.
Because it is the right place to boost my career and to learn by expressing myself.
This is how the great ideas come to life and how they become great architectures.
If you had to choose an object or an architecture…
“Chiesa di Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza” by Francesco Borromini
“Portuguese Pavilion” by Alvaro Siza
“House of the Infinite” by Alberto Campo Baeza
“Memento Audere Semper” (Remember to always dare) Gabriele D’Annunzio
Isabella got her degree in Architecture (Restoration) at University La Sapienza of Rome. She immediately started working at the Archaeological Superintendency of Rome where she has been involved on the project for the Restoration of the Farnese Gardens (“Orti Farnesiani”) in the archaeological area of the Colosseum. After this experience, she moved to Milan where she started working for some important architectural firm, working on interior design and hotel design. She joined the MMA in 2018 involved as architect for headquarters projects.