Vittorio Massimo was born in Treviso in 1981.
From 2007 he collaborated with the John Pawson Architects studio of London for three years, as well as with the MZC+ studio of Treviso till 2017.
Presently he follows either private assignments and participates to national and international awards.
In 2010 he was European project finalist at Galway in Ireland for the arrangement of a section of the city, then he obtained a second place in Galliera Veneta for the New Museum and Civic Centre in the city centre, and a first place for the arrangement of the historical centre of Palazzolo di Sona by Verona.
During recent years he has been also working on product design, and in 2014 he won the Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award with his lamp ‘Boomy’ for Fabbian Illuminazione.
Santa Maria di Sala: third prize
Bagnolo San Vito: third prize
Cusano Milanino: second prize
Vicchio: mentioned project
Galliera Veneta: second prize
Fossalunga: mentioned project
Galway: shortlisted project, third classified
Palazzolo di Sona: first prize
Taglio di Po: second prize
Yac Seduction Pavilion: mentioned project
Boomy – Fabbian Illuminazione: Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Award