Raul Pantaleo is an Italian architect, born in Milan, he lives and works in Venice and Trieste. Graduated from the IUAV University of Venice. Holds an international certificate in Human Ecology attained through post-graduate studies at the University of Padua. Raul is project designer and consultant in the sectors of bio-architecture and urban re-qualification; he is currently involved in conducting laboratories in the processes of participatory and communicatory project development.

In addition, he is involved with the practice of social communications and graphic design for various Public Administrations and non-profit organizations. Raul Pantaleo is one of the co-founder of  “studio tamassociati”, a practice which specializes in socially oriented projects in critical areas.

Some of the current and completed projects include: The Salam Centre for Cardiac Surgery for the Emergency NGO in Sudan; Banca Etica (Ethic Bank)Headquarters in Padua (Italy); healthcare buildings for theEmergency NGO in Darfur, Sudan; also projects in the Central African Republic, Sierra Leon, Afghanistan and Uganda.

The main awards received and exhibitions held by studio tamassociati include: winner of the prestigious AGA KHAN AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURE 2013; winner of the CurryStone design prize 2013; Gold Medal “Giancarlo Ius” Barbara Capocchi” International Architectur Prize 2013; Italian Architecture Gold Medal 2012; Container Compound, honourable mention in the “Architecture and Emergency” category; Middle East Architect Awards 2010 for the “Salam” Centre for Cardiac Surgery 1° prize as: “Sustainable Project of the Year”; Smart future minds award 2010 for the Emergency Paediatric Clinic in Darfur, Sudan, 2nd prize; “Sustainable Architecture” Fassa Bortolo Prize 2010 for the Container Compound, which was shortlisted; “Best of Green Award” 2010 (Treehugger,Discovery Company, USA) for the Container Compound; Detail Prize 2009 for the Prayer and Meditation Pavilion in Sudan, shortlisted; “Dedalo Minosse” International Awards 2008 for the Salam Cardiac Centre in Sudan, special prize; The Architecture Review Award for Emerging Architecture (UK) 2008 for the Prayer Meditation Pavilion in Sudan, highly commended; 12th Venice International

Biennale of architecture exhibition 2010, Italian Pavilion“Salam” Centre for Cardiac Surgery.

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